Another option (not free), from Code Canyon: http://codecanyon.net/item/ghost-captcha-for-wordpress/4151702
Ok, i just figured this out – its one of the firefox extensions. The analytics site seems to have been added to Adblock plus.
Its still not working, and firebug says: ReferenceError: $ is not defined
Looks like jQuery is not loading.
Look at it this way: you are dealing with a big company here. As a genuine potential customer looking for answers on a specific and slightly complicated licensing issue, you’re unlikely to get a thorough answer by asking questions on that companies website forums. The staff hired to deal with the licensing issues is not the same staff hired to look after the community forums. If you want your questions to reach the right people, open a support ticket ( http://support.envato.com/ ), and your questions will hopefully be forwarded to the right people.
I never bought anything here because of the extensive license information and because it did not appear to have a developer’s license. I have had no problem finding great plugins and themes elsewhere at very fair prices with a developer’s license. Interesting is the complete absence in this thread of any information from codecanyon staff. I’ve never seen no response like this. I even clicked the box to request support – but nothing.
First you complain about too much license information being provided, then you complain about staff members not giving you enough information. If you have other greater options elsewhere, why do you keep coming back to complain about codecanyon? You obviously don’t want to buy anything, and yet you keep on coming back, and mentioning sites/products offering competing products to those sold here. Are you selling something?
If each domain in a WordPress multi-site serves a separate client of yours, even if its still one project, I think you’ll need a license for each. Its just what sounds fair, even though I’m not a legal expert on this. Don’t you agree?
Anyway, I’ve flagged this thread for a staff member to respond.
Even when buying it for yourself, you’ll need 1 regular licence for each product/project you use the item in. If the multi-site installation is really 1 single project, it should be ok, I think.
Same problem here, earning page and profile page totals differ.
I dont speak for codecanyon or the bestimonials author on this, but I think you need the regular licence, one for each site/project/client you’ll use it on. Most items here are cheap, and if you’re charging those other lawyers for the sites you’re setting up then its a good investment.