I found this page in the new help section which got me excited about a NodeJS category. Is it coming soon? I don’t see it in the options. If you are interested in a NodeJS category here on CodeCanyon then chime in!
Yeah, well, how do you think users will handle command line, like compiling node from source, installing different modules using npm and so on ….
I agree with a node category, however, if we’re talking about modules, I think that there is all you need on the repos.
I’m not asking people to rate my item via email, it looks to me pretty “intrusive”. Let’s say I just help a buyer, than I ask him to rate my item, he/she would fell … kinda forced to rate an item.
Recently I’ve added the following text to the end of the item’s description:
“Please rate this item. You can rate the item from your account download page”.
You can notice that there is no suggestion on rate as a positive or something similar. I’d just like people to rate it, (the problem is 99% of the buyers are content with an item, and if they would rate it, all 1% negative rating would not matter anymore)
Well, you could ask people to rate your product (within the description), being a good product and have lots of rating, a few one star ratings would become irrelevant. The idea is to bring those 95%+ people who enjoy the product to rate it.
If I would buy a VideoHive product (regular license), am I allowed to use it within one of my plugins (only within the preview, not for download). Do I need the author’s approval also?
Offering refunds it’s just FAIR, people might not be able to use your product (yes, it’s their fault, their systems, their configuration).
You’re afraid that the buyer might keep both the product and the money … ha …who cares, if you have 500 sales for an item, most probably that items it’s used on 1500+ copies as pirated, so why would you not accept the idea to offer a refund to a buyer who just can’t use the product for a SPECIFIC TASK? Do not say that your product works just fine on a clean WP install, the buyer needs a solution to his problem right now, he doesn’t need to spend two days on debug (probably he can’t do that anyway).
....I think had some that took it personally, and not well understood that I was referring to a specific author….
This support grey area was discussed recently on Envato, I’d like to ask you two questions:
1. How would you feel if Envato would provide authors with the tools to offer you a refund?
2. How would you feel if the author could offer a refund and also could choose to ban you as a client. (basically you won’t be able to buy from this author anymore)
Don’t take it personally, I’m just curious, personally I totally agree with the refund policy.
squaredmonkey saidI also have three VPSs at DigitalOcean, I’m pretty happy with their service, however you would need to have some technical server knowledge, don’t think you can keep a WP install on a $5 droplet, MySQL and Apache uses a lot of memory, install a boiled theme, have 10 people access the site in the same time and mysql server will crash.
Thanks for the great sugguestion guys. Keep it coming. Since i have some clients from US some from EU its would be kind of nice to choose datacenter with each site that i add. I think http://digitalocean.com has that -