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gbsmith71 says

You think you’re confused? My CSS was the 4th in the queue at kick off and has now been sitting at number 1 whilst other items further back in the Q get approved.

Not complaining, just having fun watching how a new category gets released here.

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gbsmith71 says
That’s great guys! I’m pushing for a launch date of June 14th…one week from today. Hurry up if you aren’t finished. The launch items will be featured on Net.tutsplus.com. :)

So we start submitting from that date, or is that the date you want to start selling?

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gbsmith71 says

I don’t think you can do that. As far as I am aware, require_once is similar to include and effectively tells PHP to insert code from another file in its place. You would need to do something like this:

<?php $myvar=myvalue; require_once (“myfile.php”); ?>

and then the myfile.php code would need to look for the $myvar value rather than th$_GET value.

Does that make sense?

Cheers,

Gavin

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gbsmith71 says

What about a CSS reviewer? I would be up for that.

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gbsmith71 says

Just for closure, both Sitebase with his OWIT plugin and me with capOW were the winners of the iPads.

http://myows.com/forum/discussion/86/the-winners-are/#Item_0

Thanks for anyone that voted for either of us and it just goes to show what a smart community we have here (even if I do say so myself).

I look forward to seeing what Sitebase develops for codecanyon on his shiny new iPad.

Cheers,

Gavin

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gbsmith71 says

I’ve got a CSS item ready to go (almost – just need to document) which I think is what you are after. I can PM you a link if you would like to see before hand.

Cheers,

Gavin

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gbsmith71 says

Its actually a very good api, quite good to develop with, you guys should check it out.

I’ve managed to get two entries in there, capOW and ShirtSafe.

There’s a Drupal module in there two for those of you that way inclined.

Cheers,

Gavin

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gbsmith71 says
@gbsmith71 Can you send me an email from my profile page?

No, you are a genius.

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gbsmith71 says

as per previous message

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gbsmith71 says

Or, what about running them in an embedded browser (Java) like this: http://www.teamdev.com/jxbrowser/index.jsf or this: http://lobobrowser.org/java-browser.jsp

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