When you are trying to stand out from everyone else, you don’t want the same imagery that your competition is using. You don’t have to make it specific to a country or region, but being creative is about thinking OUTSIDE of the box, not saying “it’s too hard” and following the rest of the sheep.
If you are considering creating a new News Package for After Effects, please skip the Earth graphics. It’s way overdone and sometimes we need packages for local news.
Also, lower thirds need to move and and move out quickly. The open/close animations for them should be 1.5 to 2 seconds, not 4 to 6.
There are some nice scripts/plugins for accessing Google Analytics data, but none of them generate a custom printable report. Or support emailing a scheduled custom report.
I’d really like either a WP plugin or just some PHP code to generate a custom Google Analytics report with an option to email it to specified addresses. Something I can put in a CRON job to email a weekly and monthly report.
Can you include version information on the download page?
I have to click on an item and go to the item page and scroll until I find the version info. It would be helpful if it was just on the download page so I can quickly/easily check against what I have.
Mind giving some more details ? You want to post to your own facebook page ?
Correct. I have code that allows me to post to my own facebook page, but it doesn’t allow me to post an image to the page.
I manage a page for a news radio station and I want to set up a CRON job on my web server to post a weather image at 6am every morning.
I am looking for PHP code that will allow me to upload/post an image to a Facebook Page.
I know that it can be done because Hootsuite can upload/post images to pages. I just haven’t found any code to do it.
I’ve purchased several Facebook related PHP products here and none of them do it, do my disappointment.
If you submit something that does, please PM me.
@doru Sorry, but on RevoStock I can purchase 100 credits for actual dollars via PayPal. And they STILL give me an individual product receipt each time I buy a product from them using my credits. This has absolutely NOTHING to do with Envato’s account and everything to do with how the corporate world works. If they can’t do it that way, they’ll always be limited to individuals buyers.
In any case, I cut and pasted the new info from my invoice then edited it to remove other items I purchased for myself. Accounting accepted it. Not a perfect solution, but workable.
Hey TopekaDesign, I just responded to your ticket. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
Thank you so very much for the very fast response.
And the update you did does somewhat fix the problem. I can copy-and-paste it into Word now and “clean it up”.
In the “Downloads Page” you have a link that downloads a license for that specific download. Can you not also include a link that downloads the same “tax document” for that one specific product? Do that and BING BANG BOOM, it’s perfect.
I am looking to better organize media files in WordPress 3.5x+
Right now, I have a radio station news site with several dozen users. They upload several hundred images a day to the web site each day.
WordPress only allows you to add “tags” to a media file, it doesn’t let you add a category to an image. (You can access images from a post category, but it’s not the same).
What I would love is the ability to add a custom taxonomy to the media library so that I could assign categories to images. That would allow reporters to browse/search through only the news images instead of having to browse/search the entire library. The closest thing I have seen so far is this – http://wordpress.org/plugins/media-categories-2/ but it doesn’t support a custom taxonomy, it uses the primary post taxonomy.
It would also be nice if I could regenerate all the thumbnails from within the media menu (including custom thumbnail sizes).
And I’d like to see image dimensions (and file size) added to the listview.