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EasyDevelopment
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In short, I think everyone should check this fast, just something i’ve noticed.

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A WordPress plugin downloaded half a million times has been used in zero day attacks that served up malware.

The plugin in question is called FancyBox and creates a lightbox-like interface with which to look at images. It’s been used by unknown actors to deliver a malicious iframe through a persistent cross-site scripting vulnerability identified by Russian researchers Gennady and Konstantin Kovshenin.

The duo provided details to Sucuri chief tech bod Daniel Cid who issued an advisory warning users to dump the plug in.

FancyBox’s authors have updated the code, so users can now update to repaired versions that will close off the attack vector.

Cid said “many sites” were compromised but did not specify a figure.

Article : http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/02/06/fancybox_clops_zero_day_affecting_thousands/
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EasyDevelopment
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I’ve honestly panicked, and I guess I did it for the right reason. If things won’t change, I’ll definetly stop selling forever. I’ve found a good article here : http://www.theguardian.com/small-business-network/2014/nov/25/new-eu-vat-regulations-threaten-micro-businesses

The input of an non-envato seller also : http://chrislema.com/vat

https://www.change.org/p/vince-cable-mp-uphold-the-vat-exemption-threshold-for-businesses-supplying-digital-products
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EasyDevelopment
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I’m looking for someone to create me a product presentation, that will simply “smash” people and make then cry to press that purchase button, previously I was wasting all my time & energy doing this, and I failed, horribly, simply because my skills in presenting products are bad, and yes I should and feel bad.

I’m looking for someone who wants to earn cash per product presentation and per revision, you should feel comfortable working with wordpress, but the product presentation should be in HTML Format.

Products You need to present are Wordpress Plugins

Things I expect from you : – Minimal Wordpress Experience – Strong Frontend Skills – Passion for Product Presentations. – Positive Attitude – 3 Previous Presentations Example

Things I need you to do : – Video Presentation ( i’ll provide you with any VideoHive template you need ) – Video Kinetic Presentation ( 1 minute product promo that would be an attention catcher ) – HTML Product Presentation – Video Tutorials ( optional, but it would be a bonus, as you’re getting more money )

What you’ll earn & receive : – Constant Feedback and Help from our Designer if you want it – All Products you present, you’ll receive a Developer License ( as we’re going non-exclusive on codeCanyon ) – Money of course, via PayPal

If you know a microlancer services or two that covers this, please do share, I couldn’t find any.

Please contact me via my profile page if you’re interested. And I hope I’m not breaking any rules by doing this.

Cheers, Robert

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EasyDevelopment
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Honestly, i’d kill for an “deletion email” feature, I’m guilty of deleting some scripts (jQuery libraries ), for the reason I’ve actually wanted to offer them free on my github profile. If people would’ve been announced about this, they would probably won’t be that angry.

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EasyDevelopment
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We were talking with Envato Team about >> Trending <<
As they say:
“We measure the level of “excitement” that we think the community shows for each item within a specified period of time – as buyers interact with an item, by viewing it, purchasing it or rating it highly, we accumulate these interactions into a level of measured excitement that tracks changes over time. We’re able to calculate the “trending-ness” of an item by looking at how excitement levels have increased or decreased recently, and translating this into a score which we can use to compare items with each other. Items which have seen a rapid growth in excitement in a short period of time will be displayed with a “Trending” indicator when seen in search and can be filtered within search results.”

Then… lets talk about how get excitement levels to heaven!

How do you think you can improve the excitement levels of your item?

One Word, Lingerie.

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EasyDevelopment
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Check my Visual Developer plugin, should do the trick.

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EasyDevelopment
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- double

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EasyDevelopment
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Codekit offers something called Uglify.JS . Try using codekit or uglify.

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Seems Amazon is probably the best comparison for this, and although it’s hard to find official information about fees + taxes on their site with regards to sellers, from viewing some forum threads, it appears they do it the same way—i.e. report gross, and seller has to claim Amazon’s cut as an “expense”. Does anyone have any experience selling on Amazon?

Due to Internal Revenue Service (IRS) regulations, U.S. third-party settlement organizations and payment processors, including Amazon, are required to file Form 1099-K for U.S. taxpayer sellers who meet the following thresholds in a calendar year:

More than $20,000 in unadjusted gross sales, and
More than 200 transactions.

IRS regulations require non-U.S. taxpayers to provide Form W-8BEN to Amazon in order to be exempt from U.S. tax reporting requirements.

P.S : require non-U.S. taxpayers to provide Form W-8BEN to Amazon

Information from here : http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=200663310

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