very disappointed in Revolution Slider. I purchased a theme because it specifically had Revolution Slider, which was supposed to work with a form in a layer .. now I find this is not true.
Yes, as we wrote before. Forms do work in the Revolution Slider as other shortcodes do too.
Please ask our support staff in case you cannot make it work (see link below).
Still looking for more supporters. Email us!
it has been a very eventful and exciting year 2014 for us and we are looking for someone to reinforce our plugin support team.
This will be a part-time gig at first, with the possibility of becoming a full-time job in the future.
YOU need to:
- be polite and fluent in written english
- know the ins and outs of our CodeCanyon products
(in particular Slider Revolution Responsive WordPress Plugin & Essential Grid WordPress Plugin)
- provide customer support for 2-4 hours every day
(via comments and/or ticket system)
- improve the customer support process by creating FAQ entries
- arrange your working hours with our other support team members
- work from any country and timezone in the world
Please send us your application including references and salary requirement via our profile form:
We would love to welcome you to our team soon!
Cheers from Cologne, your Team @ThemePunch
themepunch saidCould you please recommended where or how to look for a security expert /service like this?
after the recent events we handed our plugins over to a security expert to have them checked thoroughly. The results are comforting: There are no critical vulnerabilites left. We can only encourage any plugin author to have your plugins checked by a professional.
we found this service recently and only can recommend these guys:http://www.morxploit.com/
we just wanted to chime in with a quick announcement concerning the security of our plugins.
Even though we were already very sure that revolution slider >4.2 is secure, after the recent events we handed our plugins over to a security expert to have them checked thoroughly. The results are comforting: There are no critical vulnerabilites left.
We can only encourage any plugin author to have your plugins checked by a professional. No developer can say for sure that their products are coded flawlessly so having another pair of eyes look over the code does help.
After christmas we will release more information on the security check, this post is just meant as a brief information.
Also a bit of general advice for any wordpress user: Please install a security plugin (we can highly recommend https://wordpress.org/plugins/wordfence/) and ideally also have your server scanned by your hoster. If there ever was a security vulnerabilty in your wordpress installation at some point in time (even though it’s closed now), a hacker might still have planted malicious code that could compromise your system later on.
Thanks Stephen Cronin and everyone else for the continued support.
We wish everyone happy christmas holidays!
Your team @themepunch
please check our plugin’s description page for the following button:
If it is not there please contact our support staff at http://themepunch.ticksy.com
And could you tell us which hosting company got confused by the Sucuri article?
In our opinion, the full white background change is a step into the wrong direction.
The reason is: Envato marketplaces show a lot of content elements simultaneously on a horizontal and vertical axis and the white background makes everthing stick out like sore thumb, impairing the visual hierachy.
If envato wants to stick with this, more visual changes would be needed to make a white background “work”.
Currently, the light grey background color was a lot more soothing for the eyes
Of course, thats just an opinion.