Just be careful where you enter your Envato API key.
I entered my API key several times during time, testing various web applications that show author statistics or testing mobile apps from Google Play (that were showing statistics and various author stuff too)
Today, looking at my referral links for one of my items, I have noticed a strange referral link, containing something related to API keys…..
Happily, nothing bad happened, but I wanted to alert other authors with more items and more sales, just be careful where you enter you API keys!
And change your API key and password regularly!
I’m also seeing instead of the new player only the loading circle which never finishes loading and the songs are not starting.
I’m using Firefox 37.0.1 on Windows 8.1 PRO, all the Firefox add-ons are disabled.
I have also cleaned the cache, history and I removed all the cookies. No effect.
The console shows this error:
Nostalgia is nice…but not good.
We have to look towards the future. We are a community, we can change the face of the virtual world. We are the people who can innovate, who can change how the future will look like
5,201,112 members….a lot of power to change things.
And of course, Envato marketplace is growing too. And is changing too.
You cannot fight with the evolution. So, again, nostalgia is nice, but optimism and innovation are better
These days, the Catholic Easter is celebrated: http://catholicism.about.com/od/holydaysandholidays/p/What_Is_Easter.htm
In Western & Central Europe, also in North America and Canada, a lot of people are Catholic, so they are celebrating this.
I know a plugin that can accomplish that:http://codecanyon.net/item/ez-form-calculator-wordpress-plugin/7595334
It’s not Doctor Theme’s fault.
WordPress itself is a bit insecure without the proper security in place. You can protect your WordPress websites with a firewall for WordPress, which can be installed using a dedicated WordPress plugin.
Here are some commercial firewalls: http://codecanyon.net/category/wordpress?term=firewall&utf8=%E2%9C%93
or another free option (this is very powerful, I install it every time on my websites: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wordfence/
I know that .webm format is optional in the video tag, not mandatory.
Theme authors use it because. webm offers a higher quality than ogg. and because, for instance, YouTube videos are encoded by default in webm format (I’m not 100% sure, but in the past they did that). When you use:
<source src="video.webm" type="video/webm" /> <source src="video.ogv" type="video/ogg" />
means: that browser will first play the .webm format (with higher quality), but if .webm is not natively supported by that browser, it will play the next format in the list (.ogg).
I have also read in the past (2011, if I remember correctly) that there were some issues with including native support for H.264 (MP4) as native video support in the browsers, something related to licensing and royalty-free features, that is why (at least Google with its Chrome) started to support and encourage .webm
It’s because yellow is the perfect color to represent a game.
Yellow is colorblindness-safe. Also yellow is the most visible color of the spectrum.
It suggests happiness and warmth and joy. And courage. And sunshine and light. And in most cultures and countries, yellow is also the color indicating caution.
These are all characteristics that go well with creating the desire to play the game, to watch the visuals.
I don’t think either that buyers look at the Top Authors page too much.
Usually when you buy something, you make a search using certain keywords, then you try to filter the results as much as possible to fit your needs. You don’t buy something just because everyone else is buying it…
That page is just a motivational page for authors