ah man Dave that’s awesome dude – all the very best moving forward and please keep us all updated – awesome stuff!
I have to agree with Wordpress sites. They seem to be getting increasingly bloated. .... and the ios color palette
This was encouraged by your employers
Personally I hate getting banners advertising low priced packages on the same site as me trying to earn a living… oh look up there :/
regular = 1 domain only
That’s what you need. As for license, you would pass over the license cert to the client – or use an account you make just for them. The person who’s account was used to buy the item is who gets updates.
height:auto on your logo img class.
from reading your post it sounds like 1 author with 2 accounts – you said it was hosting the demo of another file by another author – I would contact Envato as 1 author can’t have 2 accounts – but then again they may just be hosting it for them, they may know each other and Envato can be a little heavy handed in the past with accusations so hopefully they will not go and do anything rash without investigating first.
Off topic, but jonathan01’s and Parallelus’ avatars remind me of women that show up to a party wearing the same dress. Carry on…
That b*tch!Only kidding. Jonathan and I go back a ways being veteran ThemeForesters. Neither of us can see any similarity in our logos. None at all.
I don’t even know this dude, take no notice of anything he says
Ya’all notice it’s moving backwards Saw it the other day – also here you go:http://www.autoblog.com/2013/11/12/jean-claude-van-damme-volvo-trucks-video/
Same situation for the other plugins:
The entire last 7 items in the menu actually are not there. My guess would be that in the actual structure of the categories hierarchy these don’t exist under “eCommerce” and so they don’t show in that area. It’s easy enough to put them all in a menu, but where the data structure as defined in the system takes over for the following screen it’s less simple to force those “pseudo categories” into the page. Just a guess.
- WP e-Commerce
- Drupal Commerce
Yup I believe I follow exactly what you are saying – it’s basically wrong and needs attention – it’s bad enough that search isn’t great but when menu systems and hierarchy are off we really are confusing users and not helping them find items and products.
Yes I understand that but then why list under eCommerce at the top once you click it’s not there – therefore it’s not classed as commerce… doesn’t make sense.
Looking at the top menu we have eCommerce, when it drops down we have WooCommerce listed – all fine.
If however you click eCommerce and look in the right panel there’s no WooCommerce shown?? Also none of the WooCommerce themes are shown in the eCommerce listings either.
Surely this isn’t correct?