the only thing missed by is a sale (leastwise one)
thx envato – nice badges and Happy BDay
themac saidI think it was even worse for me. 30 : 70 (author – envato) at the end of 2008. We have come a long way
FRESHFACE saidwhen I started in July 2009 it was 40 – 60 (author – envato) as an exclusive author
By the way, what was the split initially when Envato started back in the day? I can’t remember now.
and now you switched to 70:30
Grüße aus Hernals
edit: 2007 the starting rate was about 25/75 -> http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/117
tommusrhodus saidyeah, but £200,- are about Australian $ 362,- and different countries have different taxes and rules – don’t know about any Australian price comparing sites but take a look http://www.shopbot.com.au/m/?m=hp+slate+21
Holy hell, they’re only £200 brand new! http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=E2P18AA&opt=ABU&sel=TBL
looks like they are doing an A/B test. Maybe they revert it back to above pagination for all users and state that there was no difference between above or below pagination, so it stays above. Great that they test it, though.
think it’s depending on the way to access the item list
search results and tag views (such as eCommerce Category on CC) will display the pagination above the http://codecanyon.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=php
category view will show the ad above the bottom pagination http://codecanyon.net/category/wordpress/ecommerce/jigoshop
you could grab single sites via php (curl, file_get_contents) parse the response and replace the links and display there modified content – maybe you have to add a base href …..
if your forum is running with a database (i.e.mysql) you could run for example
update YourPostsTable set topic = replace(topic,'olddomain.com/abcdefg', 'newdomain.com/xyzab')
for replacement in static files you could use sed or editors supporting replacement of multiple files (such as pspad, sublime2,..)
from http://codecanyon.net/deposit/start where you’re put your money for later purchases
Deposits are in US$, are non-refundable and will expire one year from your last deposit
but there’s no need for deposits, you could pay for items directly with paypal (+$2) separate of your credits