Posts by readactor

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readactor
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did you look ever at how is rated an envato bundle? just ~10% from buyers let a star review.

is one of the most simple prove that the present rating is overrated.

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readactor
says

ask your buyer to validate the page using upload form (from pc). will be valid.

once the file is valid on your server (live demo), from his computer… why should be a refund matter?

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readactor
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do I need to purchase a regular license for each one of those domains?

yes

Would the extended license cover that (if it proved to be cost effective)?

yes

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readactor
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thanks for share!

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readactor
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nice catch with the pixels version on image above. look more connected to the name then initial logos.

even at small sizes the logo should be intelligible, but if you are looking just for web usage, is working.

one thing if i may. try to use same creative pattern to all three letters. for instance, two use 1 pixel movement for letter creation, but the “M” use 2. i know with one pixel maybe will look like a “N”, but to be honest, is hard to get is an “M” if you don’t know the brand name, so, with help of the name, a square with a single pixel can be read also like a “M”. :)

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readactor
says

congrats :)

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readactor
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readactor
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congrats. great email templates :)

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readactor
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Kind of offtopic -

Why do people prefer using

if(..): 

endif;

instead of
if(..){

}
I am sometimes working with code written by other people like the 1st but it’s hard to see where the if ends contrary to the other case where any IDE will highlight the parenthesis if you click on the start/end …

like is obvious, i am not a php expert. i can’t give a proper answer at yr question (good one).

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readactor
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Parker have rite. my bad.

try this


<?php if ( function_exists( 'get_option_tree') ) :  

          if( get_option_tree( 'sidebar_position' ) == 'Yes') : ?>

          <div class="left">...</div>

<?php else:  ?>

          <div class="right">...</div>

<?php endif; endif; ?>                                    

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