Especially when done right, orange can really make things “pop”. It’s warm, smooth, and nice to look at.
Excellent work, you deserve it!
At the moment, it’s a hobby (side) income for me. I make enough to pay a bill or two each month, but that’s not where the real benefit comes from, at least for me.
Over the las four months, I’d attribute about 30% of my freelance work to work that I got from Code Canyon and users who bought one of my plugins and then decided they wanted customizations, or just liked my work enough to ask for more.
Also, if you’re starting out as a freelancer, publishing items here on Code Canyon, or the other marketplaces, is a great way to gain exposure. By placing demos of your items on your own site, you can hugely increase your traffic flow per month.
More traffic = more work = more money.
Residual income, even just a little, is always a bonus.
I’m always interested in possible ventures
This isn’t a great solution because it wouldn’t check whether the email is valid, but you could do a really simply solution where you just check whether the name and email fields are empty.
Use this as a reference: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1342676/to-disable-a-send-button-if-fields-empty-by-jquery
You could make name and email non required, and then add some custom validation code to your form inputs when not on the password protected page.
G5 gaming mouse by Logitec has been my favorite for years now. They fit the hand wonderfully, are weighted, and very smooth.
I am working on a new, very powerful WordPress jquery slider right now, and hoping to have it done within about a week.
Let me know if you’re interested, and I will update you when it’s ready.
Try using the default Comment Form (though you could remove the name and email input fields), then go into Settings > Discussion and uncheck “Comment author must fill out name and e-mail ”.
I really like the idea of having prizes for the top ten, and definitely of it being a plugins comp