Question for all of us who buy items from Envato Market:
When you first open an item on Envato Market, you FIRST look at:
a) item description
b) item live demo
c) item comments
d) item screenshots
e) item’s author profile
f) something else (what?)
Later edit: I look in this order: b), a), c), e), f) You?
I guess this is something that happens too often to all of us
Since recently, to avoid situations like this, I start answering a support request with asking about their level of development knowledge (basic, medium, advanced) to be able to tailor my replies. This prevents awkward situations
You forgot to mention your country, maybe someone in the same country can help you with some information….
These are a couple of great items which can help you with this:http://themeforest.net/category/wordpress/ecommerce?date=&platform=&price_max=&price_min=&rating_min=&sales=&sort=&term=marketplace&utf8=%E2%9C%93&view=list
Other things to check:
- You also have
<?php wp_head(); ?> before </head>
- Some free, bad coded plugins are often causing this. Deactivate the plugins one-by-one to check which one could be causing this.
- Logout from the back-end and then navigate to front-end and clear your browser’s cache
Amazing team with international coverage – thanks guys, nice to read about you!
These look so great, but in my case not with a 5 years toddler around
Aesthetically, there are some issues, particularly with spacing and hierarchy of elements.
This is still a mystery for me How do people (and the reviewers) check the spacing and the hierarchy of elements? Are there some tools? Or it’s done just visually?
I often hear about a webpage that is “pixel perfect”. How is this measured?