According to Envato rules exclusive authors can’t give their item for free. But I as an author usually need to send free copies to my testers or reviewer websites. I also like to send my item to my close friends or non-profit organizations.
Most of us do it without worry about rules but it’s not ethical. Instead, Envato suggests to purchase your own item! But it’s not possible, too! You should create another account, deposit money and this is a pain!
I suggest to change the rules in this way that every exclusive author has a limited number of free single site licenses (e.g. 10).
What do you think?
26 here, but I looks younger and feels older than my age.
I tried almost all editors in market but choose:
phpWebDesigner 8 for projects (hey, try it!) and Notepad++ (or Sublime) for quick works.
Yes @EliIsakov, you were first and said correctly!
Thank you again
I use DigitalOcean since few months ago. Everything was good so far.
I love it! It’s not full-featured but simple, friendly and cheap.
I only fear coming more customers (like you ) may decrease its quality
It seems I should go with WPWave (or maybe wpwave!)
If you haven’t experience with HTML and CSS you should know it’s not easy.
For an unfamiliar person with coding it takes at least one year (or more) to make a quality work.
Using frameworks like Twitter Bootstrap may be helpful.
Start now and work hard
40 sales each with around $3 more than previous earnings = $120
Did anyone sell an extended licence?