This is still confusing to me:
someone can buy a regular license of a PSD template from here: http://themeforest.net/category/psd-templates , build a theme/template based on it and then upload the theme/template on themeforest (of course, with the condition to not include the PSD file in the package)?
Every time i see “Hey! Just a sec…” I am thinking about those thousands buyers who were just in the process of clicking the “Checkout” button….
I don’t know what tool they are using, it seems it’s a Chrome extension (there is one for Firefox named XSS ME which simulates XSS injection)....
But I know another tool I was using long time ago, it’s called Accunetix and it gives you exact indications about the vulnerable code and the type of possible attacj, generating also reports. It’s commercial, but they have a 14 days trial: https://www.acunetix.com/free-network-security-scanner/
This is great news! Just please please please make it mobile-friendly, my phone and I would love it
This is great to know. I’m just wondering if anyone here has tried those two functions, because the original post if from 2009 and I see in the comments someone saying that in 2011 it doesn’t work anymore?
Contact Envato Support and ask them to temporary set your item as soft disabled.
I haven’t read all the 37 pages of the thread (my excuses)... I still have a question: is an integrated support system planned too? I mean one which is integrated in Envato Market?
I would like to create a support forum for my items, but I want to avoid the situation when I’ll have to migrate all the questions&answers from my support forum in Envato’s (maybe) future support system…
It doesn’t influence it. I have the same sales pattern and number of visitors in the periods when I have time to be active on forum as well as in the periods when I don’t have that time…
Also, my items tend to keep the approximately same position in the search results by some keywords no matter if I spend time on forums or not