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in4fun says

I’ve seen this Volkswagen template which is ‘inspired’ by Apples iPhone presentation.

http://img5.fotos-hochladen.net/uploads/polohe1b04xofs.jpg

http://www.volkswagen-polo.com/de/de/home.html?nav=experience&view=start

(if you get redirected because of your country you may have to start the presentation manually)

I’m wondering if there is a similar template or slider available on envato.

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in4fun says

I found one script so far:

http://codecanyon.net/item/blueprintui-wysiwym-responsive-editor/4823073

If you know any similar (newer/better/sexier) ones please let me know :)

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in4fun says

Hi there, I’m looking for a code editor script that that can do the following:

1. a script that runs inside a simple web page with a splitscreen 50/50 layout.

2. on the left side I enter html or css while on the right side I see the results.

I’m not looking for a CMS or any wordpress plugin. Basically it should just demonstrate what my written code does.

Can anyone point me in the right direction? I’m sure it’s somewhere on envato but no idea where.

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in4fun says

Your are welcome to rate the item with 1 star if you feel it worth 1 star, but adding a reason and an explanation for your rating will make author fix and improve the item.
See my reasoning above – but honestly 1-star-ratings are mostly emotional responses anyways otherwise the envato staff didn’t do their job properly – which are generally known among authors to be pretty tight.
I’m also fully aware that I have no influence in changing the system here so in a way my participation in this thread is mostly motivated by my desire to vent my anger about this new method (which I did – I guess).

What would really help me out in deciding what script to buy is separate ratings for different versions. I’m always more confident in buying 3-star scripts when I see a long and detailed list of updates on the items page. Then I tell myself – ahh the author fixed all that and I can go ahead and buy. But currently I have no way of comparing reviews before and after item updates.
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in4fun says

The whole point of it is so the author can see the problems and get them fixed. Surely that is better?
I get the logic behind this and that would be a very good thing (in a perfect world) but imho that is wishful thinking. For most people it’s already too much effort to spend a few seconds to give a rating at all. On top of that you now have to explain your rating (which is also not part of anyones skill set). Next to the few good hints you get about where to improve a script I believe that mostly you get no bad feedback at all. In an international setting I also think about all those people who are culturally bound or as part of their personality / social phobias not able to criticize or confront anyone directly. It’s much easier to stay silent than to stand up for something openly.
As a regular shopper I’m mostly concerned that these negative opinions are now often oppressed – hence ‘for me personally’ the current rating system lost it’s intended purpose to serve as an uninfluenced buyers guide.

As far as letting the author know where the script fails – I’m all for it – but
a) do it anonymously so everyone can participate without doubts
b) make it a multiple choice selection to make it easy for people.
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in4fun says

2 thumbs down but great news for envato share holders – now even the really bad scripts will produce more sales.

Well, let me give you a buyers perspective. I buy a lot and if a script is full of errors then I’d like to express my opinion without the need to justify myself. If a script receives lots of 1-star ratings then there is most likely a reason for that – I’m not talking about a few disappointed newbies who don’t understand that not everything is a wordpress-plugin and buying a theme doesn’t include free customization service.

But now the author also gets my details for my rating? You gotta be kidding me! That is the last time I voted for any item and probably the end of honest reviewing.

So it’s all unicorns & rainbows now – just to worship the money machine?

The only compromise I can see to make this work for both authors and buyers is to connect ratings with the version number of a script – any maybe a check box to indicate if the fault is regarded to programming, design or support etc.

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in4fun says

Hi,
I’m searching for a wallpaper that gives the impression from actually looking outside the room onto a city like this one:

Unfortunately I can’t get it in the size I need. I’m planning to stretch it across my whole office wall (13×8 feet / or 4×2,5 m) so I need a very high resolution.

I know there are lots of pics like this but I need it including the printed on window frame to achieve my desired result.

If anyone can point me in the right direction that would be awesome.

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in4fun says

thanks guys – that works

any idea how to get the edges round

edit: I figured it out

-moz-border-radius: 15px;
border-radius: 15px;
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in4fun says

thanks guys – that works

any idea how to get the edges round

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in4fun says

I have registration and login from fields which kind of drown in the background image of my site

So, the form should have it’s own semi-transparent background to stand out

Here’s what I need

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