Here’s my approach:
$('.search-field').addClass('search-field--bordered'); $('.page-tabs a, .pagination__page--current, .more-work .thumbnail').css('background', '#e1e1e1'); $('#content, .page-tabs li.selected a, .header-categories').css('background', '#fff'); $('.user-post__post, .box--hard-top, .page-info').css('background', '#f3f3f3'); $('.thread, .header-categories').css('border-bottom-color', '#fff'); $('h2, h3').css('-webkit-box-shadow', 'none').css('box-shadow', 'none'); $('blockquote').css('border-color', '#BFBEBE'); $('.page-title, .page-title__label, .page-tabs a, .pagination__page, .breadcrumbs').css('font-weight', 'normal'); $('.page-tabs li.selected a').css('font-weight', 'bold');
(just copy and execute in the console)
wow, that’s awesome!
Keep up Dave!
^ That’s because the “Post Reply” is available below each forum thread without clicking the button. I don’t know if this is intended or just a bug
I don’t think it’s allowed but if you do it, do it that it works in any case!
- make sure it works when your servers are offline
- make sure it works on a local environment
- make it easy to get it to work
- don’t fool honest buyers
I personally don’t like the idea of this kind of DRM cause it damage the experience of loyal buyers and the bad guys will find a way around
just my cents
Will I be able to keep my current support structure? Currently people can contact me via
- Contact Form
- Item Comments
- Dedicate Support Center
I don’t like to redirect people back to the marketplace form my help desk when they like to contact me.
And what if people who purchased my file 2 years ago and because of a (free) update they have some troubles? I would be really pissed if I can update, noticed that my site is broken and I a have to buy a support package just to continue my business.
Some of my buyers have only purchased a single file here and never came back (at least what they told me)