I would think not, not to mention its morally wrong, you would almost have to have no skills as a web designer and / or programmer to even consider this. But the trend these days is to learn to use automated installs and then open a web design business, so this question should not bother me so much.
Just going to throw this out there, but your documentation does suck.
This is why, with everyone of our clients, once the contract (verbal or written) agreement is made, we then go out and buy their name .com . You would be very surprised how fast they turn around and pay when theres a whole website devoted to them.
We are looking for a developer who can make an isotope powered, PHP and MYSQL infinite pagination.
After weeks of issues, we find its easier to get it done (and more cost effective as well).
After seeing an item come up for sale that very closely mirrored one of our items, we decided to purchase it and make sure none of our code was being used. Turns out much of it is. Our question is , if something looks different (sort of) but the code is much the same copy and pasted from one of our scripts, is this something we can effectively bring up to Envato support?
What are the guidelines surrounding this issue?
Because after release someone will eventually say “Can you add categories..” i figured I would say it first.
We always use opencart, its features are robust..and its free
We had this issue when we were developing pre-rolled (In our portfolio). So we incorporated Video JS into it and it seemed to fix the problem.
Pertaining to ratings, if a user buys x product and then does a sale reversal, is their rating deleted? It would stand to reason that the idiot who steals something is also vindictive enough to rate one star just because they got the email to rate it.