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nickys
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Hello,

I will be building a custom PHP app for the next month or so, it will have something to do with a CMS , but not exactly. It makes sense to me at least that I should submit that to themeforest, but I don’t seem to find the right category for custom PHP apps. CodeCanyon could seem like a possibility, but I’m not sure, because it will be a complete solution, a fully featured app.

What do you think – themeforest or codecanyon?

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Thecodingdude
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Codecanyon. Think about Wordpress, that would be on codecanyon as well.

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s4nji
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PHP app = code snippet, so it should go into Codecanyon :)

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nickys
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So if I understood correctly, WordPress = code snippet?

Just kidding, thanks for the replies :D

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iamthwee
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Whatever gets the most exposure… To me it seems more logical to submit to codecanyon as under TF it would go under (other CMS ) of which there are only two, which looks bare.

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amatyr4n
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Based on the number of successful PHP apps, it seems to be more appropiate in CodeCanyon, I guess :Dhttp://codecanyon.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=cms

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UKFilmFestivals
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Ok, maybe not, I’d say Code Canyon.

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