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Deep_Blue says

+1 to SSL

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TNL3542 says

envato is already useing a ssl cert.. when you sign into your account or accounts

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ichurakov says

envato is already useing a ssl cert.. when you sign into your account or accounts
It only protects your login/password, but not access to your account. Please read this comment.
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discon says

How about a tab with recently updated items(for each profile and/or each marketplace)?

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colatudo says

DMCA Protection & Takedown Services

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dtbaker Moderator says

Re SSL: for this site to work then every existing forum image, item live preview and image within item descriptions would need to be hosted on SSL as well.

ie: authors would need to move all their non-ssl stuff over to a hosting account that supports https

Otherwise buyers may receive warnings and things like images and embedded live previews may not display at all.

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ichurakov says

@dtbaker: Yep, this is a problem. I agree, with current marketplace architecture it is not so easy to implement SSL.

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madlep Envato team says

SSL

+1. Would love this.


Re SSL: for this site to work then every existing forum image, item live preview and image within item descriptions would need to be hosted on SSL as well.

ie: authors would need to move all their non-ssl stuff over to a hosting account that supports https

Otherwise buyers may receive warnings and things like images and embedded live previews may not display at all.

And… there’s the reason why we haven’t done it yet :(

Definitely is on the radar as a largish piece of work to be done. No idea when though.

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ThemeBeans says

Get rid of that “Envato Marketplaces” logo/page link (confusing/seemingly useless page) and keep the marketplaces categorized instead of mushing them together.

Highlight search on the individual marketplace home pages, instead of that single page. You’re already asking user’s to click/select the right marketplace in order to search anyway. Why not have them search on the page that has the most recent/featured items up front for them?

Just my input :)

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doru says

Re SSL: for this site to work then every existing forum image, item live preview and image within item descriptions would need to be hosted on SSL as well.

not an expert but if I understood correctly the images in the description are not accessed directly by the browser viewer but are parsed by some cache service. someone correct me if I’m wrong

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