Since when are the tags alphabetically ordered?
I remember that they were put in the order in which author wrote them when uploading the item, but now I see they are alphabetically ordered (at least on codecanyon and themeforest, because on activeden, the tags are not alphabetically ordered, so perhaps this a recent change?)
The order of the tags doesn’t make any difference on search. The search engine just looks to see if a tag is included, not it’s ordering.
I’m guessing that’s a recent UI change to present them differently. They are still stored in the database and indexed in the search engine the same as always.
Madalincmc saidHow do you get more exposure if every author starts doing the same optimization?
OriginalEXE saidAnd would that be a bad thing? If the authors get more exposure that they get more sales, more sales means more money for the author and for the envato TOO. So why not be clear about this.
I doubt devs will disclose the exact information because that would allow authors to game the system.
There’s a bit more info about how search works in http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/search-engine-dev-team-updates-post-feedback-here/124038
I’m not officially on the search team anymore, so I won’t say too much else here
I feel a bit guilty saying this.. I just moved to Melbourne last month. Im going in tomorrow afternoon to pick up my elite care package. Should be a good experience. This way I don’t have to wait for it to be delivered a few streets down haha
Watch out for the goana. He can be a bit vicious, but if you body slam him a couple of times, he should calm down a bit and be quite friendly.
I heard that in Australia too dangerous fauna. Such as crocodiles, pythons, Malaria mosquitoes. Well and certainly Kangaroo)
Plus: dropbears. They are a very real and constantly present danger. I was attacked this morning on the way to work. Barely made it there alive.
Of course, once I got to work I had to wrestle a goana to get into the office, but that’s not unusual.
madlep saidWell I am going to be right back!!!! Going to buy Ruby for Dummies edition!
http://www.envato.com/careers/open-jobs —There are no open jobs for the AudioJungle market at the moment.
Keep an eye on the jobs page. There’s a lot of growth and hiring going on at the moment, so something might come up.P.S. – if anyone is a Ruby developer who can work in Melbourne, Australia we’re very keen to talk to you
Hi all! I remember some time ago there were problems with search and the authors were welcomed to post any problems they saw (with particular examples). Today I tried searching some of my own items and found that for instance if I type ’... mockup’ different items show up than if I type ’...mock-up’. This was a surprise for me since now I have to think twice before naming my items. And It didn’t matter what I’ve put as tags or in description. In one case my item showed up and in the other one, it didn’t.
This doesn’t seem right since only one symbon in the name is different.
Should I open a ticket or can anyone from the staff help me here?Thanks!
I’ll pass that on and make sure it gets looked at.
Seems like something we can address with the way the search terms with hyphens are analyzed.