Posts by partnuz

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partnuz says

Hello all together,

I just have to say some things, which really do trouble my on this platform.

This platform lives from us designers and they should just show us more respect than only comfort us whith standard emails.

This with regard to us waiting several days until our uploaded projects, for which we worked hard perhaps several days and weeks, get rejected.

We should also get a sane statement from the review teams about what exactly is wrong with our work. Only then you have a point of reference.

Instead of this you are just directed to the forum to show your secred project to the public before it is even released.

Where ist the professionalism in this review teams ?

The review team should also not decide afer their own taste, but just after technical points an just deal neutral and professional.

The client decides what he wants to buy an what he likes and not the review team.

I think that I speak for the whole community in this point. Everybody thinks this way but does not want to speak it out, because they are afraid of not having released any project ever after.

Now I have to improve my rejected item, because my taste is different than the taste of the review team. So, happy designing to all of you.

Like they say: “Once again, thanks so much for the submission. We encourage you to submit more items in the future.”

1. You must have some distance to your work, some advises of reviewing stuff are really helpful

2. I agree envato should work out new rejection procedure for example divide rejections into 2 categories like 1. “not enough quality”, “quality enough” and 2. “original” “not original” if theme passes both categories it is suitable for marketplace.

3. Reviewers should take into account that every not well explained rejection increases the costs of staff.

152 posts
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partnuz says

Have a read here to see how this person implements and uses preset image sizes specifically for nivo slider

http://dmartinng.com/tutorial/use-nivo-slider-for-an-awesome-wordpress-slider/

Thanks but “So obviously, first thing first, we need to change the width and the height of the slider to match our images”. This still needs cropping.

So it seems the only way is to crop images to be exact size of the slider.

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partnuz says

When I try to add different size images to nivo slider, it causes slider to expand to image size. Even if I add overflow:hidden to #slider, it seems not to work. Adding extra div with overflow hidden and dimensions causes control buttons not to show up. Does anyone have solution to this problem or do I have to use, extact size images as slider ?

Its very strange because even old slider like s3slider seems to work properly with different size images.

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partnuz says

Are you sure you want us to raise the standard again? :)

The problem is not high standard but balanced application of it, for instance some reviewers has very high standard and some not.

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partnuz says

@dynomite

Not bad for a dinosaur :)

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partnuz says


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sql_injection
funny, but I don’t think he literally expected you to copy-paste that exact code into the TF forums software. It is a good suggestion.

:)

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partnuz says

hmm you are right but

Adding $_GET[‘name’]=mysql_real_escape_string($_GET[‘name’]) should do the trick.

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partnuz says

By accident I made double post. Here’s a simple way how to prevent it.

if(“SELECT nickname, posttitle FROM table WHERE nickname=’GET_[nickname]’ AND posttitle=’GET_[posttitle]’ DESC LIMIT 10 “){

// stop the code and display msg

} else{

// execute your code or add a variable for further use

}

This should check the last 10 posts and check if author and title is the same. It shouldnt be hard to implement it.

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partnuz says

As above. Im searching for a showcase of tf templates in use.

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partnuz says

I’ve tested this plugin and must say although its limited it works as a charm. On the other hand developing framework would take at least two years. Envato would have to spend a lot of resources on that with no warranty of pay-off. Not to mention that people would expect support of themes directly from envato which could be terrible and decrease the value of brand.

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