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No sorry not possible under extended.
An extended license for a plugin is used on a “single” website that you create. And your customers would pay to use this single website. For example: a “chat” plugin on a dating website that people have to pay before they can use.
There is no “unlimited” or “redistribution” license on codecanyon at the moment.
You could contact the plugin author and see if there is an agreement you can come to (eg purchase a couple of extended licenses)
Here’s the old thread talking about the cloudfront experiment, some users reported a few issues around caching (due to incorrect headers from hosting)http://codecanyon.net/forums/thread/testing-a-cdn-for-externally-hosted-images-to-improve-page-load-times/107741
@vonconrad you need to post more cool stuff more often!
What were the results from the cloudfront (?) image rewriting test that happened a while ago on item pages? I noticed that could work over HTTPS. Was it a viable option for caching/securing author item images or just slows everything down?
As of right now, the Trendsetting badge will be awarded to authors who have brand new Trendsetting items from June 30th onwards.
Good! I would have preferred a clean slate for all new badges actually. Now no badge-earning motivation to hit the top sellers list again.
dtbaker saidDon’t know what’s “well done” here. As Milan pointed out the new API is far from finished and lack of some essential parts
Well done guys! It must be a fun game of cat and mouse.
No sorry I was referring to keeping the site somewhat operational whilst under a massive ddos attackhttp://codecanyon.net/forums/thread/introducing-the-new-envato-api/176182?page=22&message_id=1300700#1300700