Try rebuilding your permalink structure. This can be done by going to Settings > Permalinks and clicking “Save Changes”.
The ability to see all my followers and manage who I follow from a list like twitter’s. More SPECIFIC reviewer responses when an item is rejected. I think all authors would appreciate that, especially for the time they put into their work. We shouldn’t have to guesstimate why our item was not accepted if it is just a technical reason, but not specified for example.
Subscribing to item updates would be invaluable as well.
The biggest problem that I see wish this is that a category for WoW is in no way, whatsoever related to web/app development, which is the focus of Code Canyon. To open up a category like that would then bring up, “well, why not have a category for game mods, game characters, game addons, etc”.
I’m also in both of those categories, though not available until mid February.
Getting really, really close to my black paw, and just got my red referral badge today
I completely agree. +1
Note to self: don’t buy extended licenses until you have tried it
Creating a uniform “try for 30 days” for WordPress plugins would not be hard. What would be hard is ensuring that EVERY single plugin author on Envato follows the necessary standards.
It’s really just not something that can be realistically done.
A tip for future purchases: check item ratings, as well as author ratings. If the author has a history of highly rated items, then you’re probably safe to assume that they offer good support.
That being said, no one should be afraid to buy from a new author just because they don’t have a history of good ratings, because they only just started.
Nobody has answered my question… how can I be sure that a plugin will work before I buy it? Surely you understand that… you can’t know if a plugin will have a conflict until you install it, right?
That’s exactly why every plugin goes through a review process. But there is no possible way that you could test a plugin for compatibility issues before purchasing, because that would require that you obtain a copy of the plugin (for free), install it on your server, try it out, and then . . . wait you already have the plugin! Why would you buy it?
So, because of that, we, as authors and as buyers, have to hope that there are not problems with compatibility. And in the case that there are, we have to hope that the developer is helpful in solving the problem. If the developer is unable to solve the problem, as has been the problem here, buyers can turn to the community, just as you have done here. The fact that there are now 4 pages of comments left on your post is a testament to just how amazing this community / marketplace are.
Each person that has responded here has done so without any benefit to them, except the satisfaction of helping someone out.
Now that’s what I call good support.