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mbudm says
really glad to know that there’s someone who thought like me. I always checked my progress with the pages and when went below page 100 I got really excited! But I thought it would be really lame to post something like that cuz I thought people would consider it common. I’m still amazed how many members here still don’t know about this thing.

Don’t worry, we’re all common here ;-)

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mbudm says
Iphone does not support flash files. :(

Aha but if the flash photogallery template is uses SWFAddress of which there is a version that allows you to generate a html version of the gallery (which Google sees). Add some mobile phone specific css and you’re sorted.

Result flashy gallery for web users, html gallery for iphone users.

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mbudm says
I bought SitePoint book “Simply JavaScript” and Im on chapter 3 right now, but I dont know anything to code. I know just a basics of variables, data types, booleans, functions etc. but thats all theory. I cant build anything than 2 + 2 in variables :S Should I continue reading or I need to go back at the beginning and read again. I know theory, what is what and what something do.

I think the best way to learn any programming language is to set yourself a project. Work out what you want to do then break it down into the smallest tasks you can think of. Then consult a reference book like this to work out how to do each of the steps… and if it isn’t in the book search for the answer on google.

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mbudm says
never knew about this, found mine on page 5, number 94. woohoo! :)

Top 100… Congrats!

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mbudm says

The thing I like about checking out the page ranking is that it shows that you’re getting somewhere even when your sales numbers are pretty small.

It’s kind of fun to note that you jumped 10 pages up the rankings ;-)

Of course once you reach a certain point it will get quite hard… I imagine it’s an exciting day when you move from page 2 to page 1… heck I’d settle for page 10 ;-)

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mbudm says

Pretty definite no I think. Status quo wins.

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mbudm says

202 now – it’s a good Sunday for you ;-)

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mbudm says
how does a http://[link removed] up being priced at the same price as a panorama gallery http://[link removed] ?

Careful, posting links to and making comments on specific items (that may be intepreted as judgemental) may get this thread locked

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mbudm says
BTW PK what’s your excuse for being on the forums on a sunday…? I’m doing some very tedious work creating a project document for a client… hence my rampant posting today ;-)

Yeah, this is the typical discussion to open when you’re home without anything to do… I know :-D

Let’s try to go OT now… LOL

Must… resist…posting…. must.. do…work…

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mbudm says

I like the idea of a file being reviewed for pricing acuracy, but I think a month is a better time frame to judge what a file can do.

This could even be a little bit automated – for example only files that are doing quite badly for their category need to be reviewed.

Of course this doesn’t help so much with the initial pricing but maybe over time there could be a narrowing of the allowable price range for each category… eg templates are $30 – $40. If a template isn’t worth $30 then reject it.

BTW PK what’s your excuse for being on the forums on a sunday…? I’m doing some very tedious work creating a project document for a client… hence my rampant posting today ;-)

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