Why a framework like Unyson is in a process of thinking over if it will be permitted? It’s one of the best framework at the moment.
Yes, it’s always been this way, but the new changes change the way you report your taxes. If you have an item that sells for $18 and you get 50% of the sale, than you normally would report $9. Well with the recent changes, you now need to report that you earned $14.40 and $5.22 is an expense for the author fee. Hope that helps explain
Well isn’t it that when you report $14.40 instead of $9, you pay more taxes..
Oh, it’s rewritten like normal child theme. Nice, keep up the good work!
I have a question. Let’s say a client want a personal customization – implementing a new option field in a post.
Is it possible to create a child theme that removes a post option field from the parent theme and adds a new one in its place?
Shouldn’t we receive the ‘Won a Contest’ badge too for being the bonus prize winners? This one:http://dmypbau5frl9g.cloudfront.net/assets/badges/won_a_competition-025bc549bd8a6dd5206bf02b81885ae6.svg
This may be helpful:http://css-tricks.com/custom-scrollbars-in-webkit/
Ah, no one?
Or am I buried under all the “PrObLeM SolUtIoN HuSbAnD!!!!sPeCiAlSIt” threads
Currently I’m in the process of creating some video tutorials but I find it hard to find good software for that.
Tried CamTasia but I didn’t like its rendering engine and the editor. It was also very clunky to create a simple cross-fade transition.
Can someone recommend me a software with good desktop capturing functionality (region capturing), easy editor for adding simple effects and good crisp output in 1080p?
Is there planned CSS/JS front end validation for the text fields?