Very impressive app. Well done and hats off to your efforts. I do not own an windows phone, so can not see it live though
PS: I do not mean to start a “Windows vs Android” war over here, but perhaps your app could be the only thing for which I might want a windows phone someday
So I have spent over 4 years programming various WordPress, PHP and jQuery stuff and since last year I have shifted to git. Before I used to use SVN (since it is (still) needed for WordPress.org plugins and themes). Never really liked it.
Now I use GitLab – Community Edition on a dedicated linode ( https://iptlabz.com/ ). I have not only found git to be extremely useful for local commits but the interface of GitLab powerful enough to collaborate across my partners and some technically advanced customers (I have given access to a very few handpicked customers who understands such things).
So I was just wondering, do you guys use some sort of version control and SCM? If so, then what and do you allow customer access?
PS: I feel horrible for the mistake in the title
I am considering modifying your theme to support the Envato API. Is it okay if I do a pull request and do that?
Thank you for your interest. This theme is hosted at wporg and it would be better if you can make a plugin (not necessarily a complete standalone, but just some module that has to be installed separately) so that we can follow wporg policies
How can we use the new system to improve buyers experiences now then?
I’ve just had a 1 star because the buyer perceives bugs in the theme. Thing is, the bug is related to WP Post Attachments, a slightly fiddly area of WP Usage, but something that I could easily help the buyer with if I only had some method of contacting them / replying now?The user has left no item comment, no emails, no support tickets, nothing. Just a buy, and a 1 star. So what can I do about this now? Do I just have to look at this and get annoyed, or is there any way I can help this customer?
+1 to this. If we are not able reply, then atleast we should be given a way to contact the reviewer.
PS: The same thing happened with me as well.
This is so great. I am making a WP Plugin to use it right out of the box with shortcodes and all
Can you use license your work?
I can not see it anymore, so I guess it has been fixed.
Thanks @zxnetworks for pointing this out. I was kinda shocked O_o… Looks like we are not the only one who produces bug
This is one of my products http://codecanyon.net/item/wp-feedback-survey-quiz-manager-pro/3180835 When I uploaded it first (almost a year ago), it got a soft rejection due to lack of documentation etc… I resubmitted and the product has been active since then.
Today morning, I noticed this weird message showing on the sidebar.
Firstly I thought, for some reasons they rejected my product O_o. Anyway, that is not the case and that message is visible only to me. (I’ve logged out and checked, it is not there).
Are anyone else getting the same error anywhere?