Just a quick question, since I haven’t found any way to do this. How does one removes their items from the update queue?
The item was uploaded, then “soft-rejected” before the update queue problem. I reuploaded it with the edit option but found out some other things I’d like to fix before it gets reviewed again. Is there a way to do it and reupload it again? There’s no “remove” option like with the normal queue. Should I just wait and hope for it to be rejected again?
Definitely excited. I don’t believe even quarter of that will happen in our generation, but the video was gorgeous. So calm and relaxing. My favorites were of course the mug and newspaper.
Also, couldn’t help but notice the swiping, pinching, tapping was awfully familiar
Hate to state the obvious but maybe it’s just for Wordpress files. If you don’t have a Wordpress theme then leave it blank?
Thing is, the field is available when uploading a “Site Template” as well. If it’s only meant to WP themes, put the field only in “upload WordPress theme” form?
I agree with Hein, I recently noticed that and it confused me a lot. Even if it’s meant to be there only for WP themes, what does “WordPress files” mean? How a JPG is a “WordPress file”? Makes no sense to me, unless I’m completely missing something.
The idea is good, we should be able to check what kind of files we use in our templates, but the naming is extremely confusing. Would love a reply from Envato about their idea behind this
I’m sorry for my lack or response to some of you. As you can imagine I got kinda lost in all the emails…
I chose (hate this word when it comes to work, but well, that’s what I did) two great designers to work with. I’m not sure they won’t mind if I give out their names, so I’ll keep them anonymous for now
Thank you all for the messages and I’m sorry I can’t work with all of you. I really hope you will all find some developers to work with and be a great success here on TF.
I am not sure why, I smell something great will happen here Professional request. I hope we will see a more consistent submissions from your team! Good luck!Thank you, Kailoon, I really do hope to make a great team with someone
Justine is highly recommend by yours trulyThank you Hein, this means a lot!
Thank you all for your emails and messages here. I’ve already replied to some of you and will definitely get back to everyone, so stay tuned
Everybody’s trying to copy me . Just kidding, I started a similar thread, only I was looking for an actionscript coderHah, all credit for this thread goes to you then! I guess you made many people realize it’s a great idea to co-work in here
Do you like designing stuff but coding it to HTML /CSS and/or WordPress is a nightmare for you? That’s great, cause I’m looking for a great designer to team up with
We would create a joint account here on TF and split the earnings each month.
- am a full-time front-end and WordPress developer for over 4 years now (will show you examples of my previous projects as well, of course)
- create clean, semantic markup
- keep myself updated with all the new techniques and resources
- are a great designer, with at least some experience (I WILL want to see some examples of your previous work)
- have a great attention to detail and love clean design
- preferably are someone who is selling PSD /HTML files here already
- are willing to design at least 2 themes every month
Here’s how I imagine the cooperation to work:
You will design a theme (preferably WordPress blog/magazine/CMS one), including all the subpages. You are of course very welcome to sell the PSD on your own account.
I will code the theme to HTML and WordPress and write all the documentation needed for the end user. We’ll upload both HTML and WordPress versions to our joint account and hope it sells great I will handle the support in comments as well.
If you are familiar with HTML /CSS and want to code that on your own and sell the HTML version on your own, that’s fine as well, and we can cooperate only with WP. If that’s the case, please make sure your code is clean and semantic
Now, it requires a lot of trust so I’m only looking for someone professional, available a lot (you don’t need to do it full-time, but I want to contact you a lot) and serious about it. This will be a long-term business relationship.
Please don’t contact me if you plan on creating only one theme to make me code it. If you’re looking for a WP developer for your own themes, you can contact me for some freelance work, but please don’t pretend you are interested in the above offer
If you are interested, however, don’t hesitate to send me a PM, show me your previous work and tell me something about yourself
Please, please, PLEASE . Don’t use anything like this. The above method is designed to look like an IE warning which can make people think your website isn’t safe for them for whatever reason. Tricking people into updating is never a good thing.
Instead, try using conditional comments to display a tip somewhere on your site. Something simple like:
<!--[if IE 6]> <p>Hey you, it seems like you're using an outdated version of IE, please consider updating to get the most of my site.</p> <![endif]-->
There’s a TON of WordPress tutorials all around the interwebs. Just make sure you use ones from well known and respected sites/sources so you know you’re learning best practices.
Here’s a couple of links from Envato network alone: How to be a Rockstar WordPress Designer WordPress for Designers series on TF blog (just do a search on the blog for it, here’s a link to the latest episode).
Knowing a bit of PHP (at least syntax) will help you a lot as well.