AUDA are usually pretty good. I’ve only had success, no failures.
The one potential trap can be that when AUDA take it off the other party, it goes on a list for a while before you can grab it again.
But usually with ABN / ACN reg you’ll be OK.
I’m not sure what’s happening but something is happening since new desing is active my sales are drop (huge % from day to day), are you change only design, or May is bad month or someone screw up SEO … Anyone notice anything similar? Maybe customers can’t adapt on new design (non-user friendly)? Anyone?
Quite the opposite for me, slow start to month, and then increase over normal after new design went live.
Well done to you and snap, I’ve just got 1000 as well.
Love this place.
Here you go (from the horses mouth):
You could start out with this, although it would need to be modified slightly to get everything you want to achieve.
The main alteration would be to add marker manager functionality to handle the marker clustering when zoomed out.
The country / state / city dropdowns could be populated by database using a jquery ajax request.
Getting your existing data into the database can be handled with an import and then the POI script package includes a batch geocoder to turn the addresses into lat/long pairs.
Your budget and timeframe would be my biggest concern here, and I don’t think I could do it in that timeframe or for that much.
Message me if you want to discuss further.
I’ll play – here’s mine: http://codecanyon.net/item/fancy-2-line-css-buttons/109049
The CSS category is kicking it so far. Well done everyone.
Maybe I’m missing something, but couldn’t you just upload the new file with a different name (eg filename.php.new) and once it is finished uploading, rename the old file to .old and take the .new off the new file. that wouldn’t take more than a few seconds.
You could create a quick script that read a file list and did it for you if the update included more than a few files.
Right, that makes perfect sense. Like I said, very interesting to see how things get launched.