I believe it’s now fixed. Well, it is for me at least.
Cheers dude. Was getting worried that I was the only one
Still not working, and have tried on iPhone & iPad.
Can anyone else reply to a comment via their author dashboard?
I cannot reply to any comments on my author dashboard. When I click reply, FireBug comes up with the following error:
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I’ve tried it in Safari and Chrome and still doesn’t work.
Where can I find PNG icons of browsers, like ones used on the image on this item (not my item) – http://themeforest.net/item/greptem-business-portfolio-wordpress-theme/115927
The only place I’ve found is http://www.mellewynia.nl/english/project/2010/06/15/all-the-browser-icons/ but there is no licensing terms and the site owners says they are not his icons.
I kind of need ones where IE6 and IE7 are distinguishable like in the link above if you see what I mean?
When reading this topic, I thought “What about giving everyone a chance to rate this item” whether it be a 1 – 5 star rating, or a “Like” button.
As an author myself, I’ve seen a lot of scripts that I think ‘Wow, that’s really awesome, creative, original… etc’ but not interested in purchasing because I just haven’t got a use for it at that particular time. I’ve left a few comments on items when I think they are exceptionally cool, just as a little nod to the author. I think there should be some rating for anyone logged in, not just buyers, simply to give credit where credit is due.
I understand rating without purchasing the item could be a bit pointless, as the item may look good from the preview/screenshots, but the actual script may be poor. I think it would be great if there was a ‘Like this?’ button, and it just showed how many people liked this.
If only people who purchased the item were allowed to ‘Like This’ then it would be obvious that if it said ‘500 people liked this’ and there were 2000 sales, then its the same as saying ‘1500 people didn’t like this.’ If everyone could ‘Like This’ then there would be no link to sales and people liking. For example: An item has 500 sales, 4 star rating, and 935 people liked it.
If everyone could rate on an item, whether they’ve purchased it or not, it may open it up to abuse. However, if Envato restrict it so that you can only rate an item once (if you rate it again it simply overwrites your original vote) and that only members with at least 1 purchase / sale or has been a member for a minimum of X months, I think it could work.
Just my thoughts
A CRON would be the easiest solution, as it completes the task in the background. But, I think that probably the best method for you would be to just reset the SQL when someone runs your application.
For example, if you had a settings table in your database that simply stored a timestamp, you can then check if the timestamp is more than 86400 seconds old (1 day) and if so, run the reset SQL and update the settings table with the current timestamp.
Depending on the size of your application, this would barely affect the user as the SQL would be executed very quickly.
If you choose to do this method, make sure that you do the reset SQL at the top of the script, otherwise if someone visits it for the first time in 3 days, they would still get the old data before the reset SQL is completed.
That’s how I’d do it personally, hope this helps
Mine didn’t make it on that list
It’s the world cup AND Twitter deciding to upgrade their systems at the same time to deal with the extra world cup traffic.