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EasyDevelopment says

I got 5 :)

5 here also :)

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EasyDevelopment says

3 Sales so far :) better than my daily average, thanks again ! It feels like 6 sales

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EasyDevelopment says

I can only assume most of “old” ( that have been here for longer ) got attached to the badges, but, that’s a bad move, just let go, you’ll wake up in the morning and realize the new icons are simply awesome. They’re a lot cleaner, SVG format, and FUN. Those are community badges, not “corporate” badges.

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EasyDevelopment says

I think they are great, just too big :)

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EasyDevelopment says



it’d be great to know – finally – whether this site will support multi-lingual product descriptions some time soon.

I really hope not. English is a language well-known in almost any country.

Personally I don’t like using Google Translate or Chrome translate just to see a page in my mother tongue. Believe me, some technical terms sound awful in some languages. They have a weird “je ne sais quoi”....

In the list of recent items on codecanyon there is an item (I will not name it) which has the description in both languages: English and German. The description is hard to read. Honestly, the item has some potential and is quite interesting, but because the description is in two languages, I think he will loose potential buyers.

well, we run quit some requested products (mobile app builder, enterprise IDEs) since a few years; most of the clients are non-english speaking, even site admins, sounds weird but those clients are usually also seniors and! have very often the bigger pocket…we sold more to them than to english as far i remember.

of course a translation should optional, english as default. there are also many people having google-translate on but yet, on the SEO side its no comparison i think (assuming we can edit HTML meta fields).

so yes, placing the translation as picture or text is a nogo. You could also re-sell the translation through service like transiflex here directly as one click. makes a few days work for connecting to their API.

However, top languages we have to deal with since ever : spanish, french and german.

my 2 cents

I’m drunk & pissed I got 11 mails from this thread in 6 hours, I’ll tell you this small details. Stop complaining, start working, and STOP being a bitch, flag this I don’t care. Instead of blaming the system, blame yourself, I’ve grown so annoyed by this thread and your “petty cries” I think I’ll go nuts.

I’m gonna flag this post for a response, Close the Thread, it’s bad for everyone, just kills our time & nerves.

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EasyDevelopment says

Hi, is it possible to write PHP script without class? Is there any problem in code without class? I write PHP script and I want to know if it is possible? Thanks!

I’m not sure, ideally you would want your code to look clean and be easily maintainable, so using classes should be pretty mandatory if you want to offer high quality scripts.

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EasyDevelopment says

coming back :

Missing localization : at least 60% losses in sales
Not mobile friendly : another good portion of losses
No CMS bridge plugin for CMS stores : superb amount in losses
Product Representation : good portion in sales as well, : ie: those screenshot player, did a 5 years old this ? The way your can present a product is complete for the trash
No stats : not really that significant but still : loss in sales
No price control : Envato keeps for instance the price extreme high for one of my items , make every sale impossible, for whatever reason: thanks again : 100% losses in sales for me
Ridiculous search system : Us, as magazine author for instance, its impossible to find items by dimension and provided source formats. For Indesign authors : good amount of losses in sales.

Of course, that means nothing to Envato because there is soooo big exposure as you can see in sales numbers of the most popular items. That are really millions of sales….in very short time even.

Do you need glasses?

Can you please stop it ? I’ve tried to not comment anything, but you’re simply going too far, and taking the word “retard” at a new level.

I’m going to tell you something “pretty” obvious, that maybe you don’t understand.

Selling a $10 product 10 times is better then selling a $20 product 5 times. Lets go into detail, 10 people will know your product instead of 5, that’s called returning customer, and if your product rocked, they will buy again. Making your product affordable, will mean “easier” sales.

I’ll honestly tell you, some of my products started at $12, I was very happy. And I updated them a lot, until they’ve made it to around $20 ( with the market place change also ). My sales were still the same, because it’s a very “targeted” product ( the wordpress plugins that I’ve made ).

You’re not the only one selling here, and you should understand that your needs cannot surpass the needs of everyone else, and you should adapt to the marketplace. Because think about it this way. It standed up for 8 years already, that clearly means the staff is really good at what they do, and maybe us developers / designers can’t understand the approach of a sales team.

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EasyDevelopment says

Says Hi when I’m drunk and getting to know him really good. Oh wait, I love that !

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EasyDevelopment says


You will see more of $array = ['value1', 'value2', 'value3']; It doesn’t matter what you use, they works the same

It’s just shorthand of array and only available in PHP 5.4 or higher versions

I don’t recommend any one to use php version below PHP 5.4
Most shared hosting companies still use PHP 5.2 (even 5.3 is rare). So, if you want your code to work for most users, stick to 5.2 syntax for now.

I’m crying for PHP 5.4, but not for the “little array trick”, but for Traits ! And namespaces ( version 5.3 ) . The one thing I hate about my wordpress plugins is that I don’t have namespaces in them, because it would generate a lot of conflicts. And I sticked to a “instance based” programming, which can be very tricky if I eventually fall into a “construct” infinite cycle.

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EasyDevelopment says

Anps has a good point there, but honestly I love the change. I do CodeCanyon products for a hobby, earning “some extra” cash is an awesome thing.

Honestly my sales are the same, maybe because they were low compared to other products out there, in the first place.

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