Haha, this completely reminds me of a previous project. PHP-generated images were combined at random with some plain-text data to create a dynamic video when the page loaded, and then I used jQuery to create the video player. It offered multiple playback speeds and qualities.
As for the beginning, I am going for the CSS section. Will I need to describe tags and such in my documentation? Or just how to install and where to put the code and such? Thanks!
Depends on how friendly you want to be to your customers. If I were to make a CSS item, I’d put as much info as possible into the documentation. Heck, I’d describe everything as if they were CSS beginners.
I am working on my first project for envato, and I was wondering what I should include in my documentation file/folder, to make it good. Thanks in advance!
Depending on what kind of item it is, you should include instructions on how to install and how to use the product. Be as detailed in the usage as possible. Have a look at one of my documentations: http://docs.webfector.com/seo-studio/3.6.html
Good luck (not sarcastic). I’ve seen hundreds of these posts, almost always with no invites given (or so it seems).
But hey, nice portfolio.
The progress bar has not worked in a very long time. They made changes to the review process, so it stopped showing real progress.Now, as a solution, they show a text-status of your item. Scott @ Envato posted a thread with more details: http://graphicriver.net/forums/thread/fixing-the-item-upload-progress-bar/138702
One of my favorite authors here usually posts one new logo daily, and he has a very large portfolio with thousands of sales.
My advice to you is be like him; upload one logo per day, and before you know it you’ll have a huge quality portfolio. Take time on the small details and quality, make sure people can’t resist your works. No need to rush a large amount of logos into the market.
By uploading one every day, it kind of boosts his exposure. Just by browsing the logos I see his all the time, because all his thumbnails have the same background color and a black bar at the bottom saying “Logo Template”.
Good luck with your logos. I buy frequently from that category, and maybe one day you’ll get me as a customer too.
And that’s concerning, because almost all of the users posted are not authors and have no method of contact unless they previously communicated with the author.
Will anything be done about this? I already asked one author about this and he took the images down, stating that he didn’t know.
Reviews are very helpful for everyone, but I am seeing a growing issue… Authors are posting images of their user’s reviews, when users are told: “Your rating, review and username will be visible to the author only.” Isn’t that bad?
I also know for a fact that most (if not all) authors are not asking the users for permission to post their reviews.
From what I can see this is a problem, and it is caused by lack of communication – I don’t see Envato informing authors that reviews are meant to be private, or is this not true?
If anything, the images you’re posting would be hard to sell for copyright reasons. Or did you talk the talk with Blizzard?
Well, it is just a Forum Signature.
I’m sure many use similar on other sites.Would something like that be not allowed here?
You’re going to be making money off of Blizzard’s work. You want to get permission, otherwise they might be angered.