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?
You are right. Shiny. I want that!