Hey you wonderful folks,
I’ve been looking for a nice GIF animation that shows customers how to find their purchase code. I want to use one to display to my customers for purchase code verification.
Does anyone have one of these stored somewhere, maybe even localized to CodeCanyon?
Thanks for your reply, but this isn’t what I’m looking for… Because my scripts depend on the precise position in my website…
It is nearly impossible for a web browser to hit exactly 1500 pixels from the top of the page. Do you want to check for the first instance when that 1500 mark is visible?
I am sorry for boosting a 2 year old threat. But i got here via this email
Unfortunately your submission WooCommerce product widget isn’t quite ready for CodeCanyon. Here’s some feedback from our Review team on why it couldn’t be accepted.
The documentation is a little lacking.
Most importantly, remember that buyers may not be technically inclined. They may just be looking for an item to drop into their existing code base. Also keep in mind that a typical user won’t really know about all the features your system brings to the table. With them in mind, you should also look into providing a quick start guide of some sort. It need not be long: a short one will do.
You can use a premade template or the Documenter tool for your documentation, both linked below: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/the-documenter/40757?page=1 http://themeforest.s3.amazonaws.com/108_helpFile/Template.zip
And as a courtesy, preventive check:
- Make sure that the code doesn’t raise any PHP errors, notices or warnings.
- Include CSS/JS file the right way using wp_enqueue
- Please do not deregister or ignore the default version of jQuery being used by the theme and load a custom version.
- Run the code through the plugincheck WP plugin.
- Make sure no deprecated methods are being used by the plugin. The above plugin will catch most of them so just do a quick check.
After making the required fixes or improvements, please edit your submission at http://codecanyon.net/item/woocommerce-hot-product-widget/edit/7851206 and submit for re-review.
Please note, you must make the required fixes or improvements before resubmitting for re-review. By not doing so, repeated resubmissions without changes may be considered abuse of the review system and your submitting rights may be disabled.
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i thought the email was specifically written towards me as rookie Envato member. But its generic. After installing both plugins mentioned here , this is still rocking after two years.Cheers.
Their main reason for declining your submission was lacking good documentation. Make sure you go into full detail on how to accomplish things, such as installing and using key aspects of the item. Once that’s fixed, and you’ve checked with the plugins mentioned here, I’d say go ahead and submit.
The message is generic, but the reviewers picked that message and sent it to you for a reason.
I’d be happy to give out my icon-creation tool with over 2500 icons built-in. This world needs some better quality icons.http://codecanyon.net/item/metro-machine-icon-generator/4717494
I agree. Other theme and template sites have the option to hide certain categories, or browse by factors such as colors, boxed/wide, etc. Themeforest needs much more work done.
Do you think that I go to accepted my design .psd sell or not?
processing 86% 5 days, I’m nervousRegards.
That progress bar is incorrect. The review process can take a few weeks, as it has in history. The 85% progress is a lie; the way they review items has changed and that progress bar no longer functions properly.
All items get reviewed, and if they don’t like your PSD, they will tell you that it isn’t worthy of becoming an item yet and explain why. Just be patient.
My newer products have installer APIs that monitor which versions are installed and when. I regularly update the files to CodeCanyon to meet new API requirements for the installation, as a counter measure against illegal copies.
I agree that it would be nice if Envato reported the usernames of these people. Though I don’t require purchase codes to use my products, I may be able to track down one individual through customer support tickets (those require purchase codes).
So yeah. +1!
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Lots of my family moved up to northern California around Davis. There’s tons of small agricultural small town type of communities all up central California. Very affordable cost of living. Plus they live an hour from Yosemite, Lake Tahoe, Sierra mountains, tons of stuff to do and no snow in winter.
Lots of fun little beach cities all along the coast of California too, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, etc… but can be expensive. But worth it!
I’ve been all over Arizona, lots of people from California end up moving there because cost of living is way cheaper, not as crowded, and it’s very pretty. Summers can be brutal in southern Arizona like Phoenix, but in the north part of the state it’s not too bad. Dry heat, some people like! Plus, Grand Canyon! Sedona, Flagstaff, Prescott, I’ll never get tired of Arizona it’s an amazing place.
Lots of people from California I’ve known also end up moving to Colorado. Cheaper cost of living, nice communities, and surrounded by the most beautiful landscapes you can find anywhere.
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I second this opinion about Arizona. I’ve lived here since I was born! It’s an amazing place. I still have yet to visit all the cool features of this wonderful state. Summers can get hot indeed for the southern cities.
I personally favor the minor cities, those not too big but not too small (like Queen Creek, for example) because they are beautiful places to live: mountains, small populations, plenty of open land, etc. You’ll also find a lot of horses, zebras, donkeys and so on out in Queen Creek.