I was so excited for a second there, since I rarely really get emails about my items. Shame it’s a spam message
I just subscribed with a disposable email (Mailinator)... I haven’t gotten anything yet after 5 minutes, but we’ll see where this goes…
My guess is it’s an email harvesting ploy to try to get you to input your email you used for Envato so they’re one step closer to stealing your account.
What a silly question.
I envy anybody who makes more than me
That’s true. I guess if somebody asks, I have to tell them the truth, of course.
My question is: if you knew somebody was below the age of 18, would you buy code from them? Or would you automatically assume that their code would be less-than-par, and go for somebody else?
My main reason for asking this is, well, I’m a minor. I have contacted Envato, and they replied with something along the lines of me getting parental approval. Of course, my parents want me to get into things, so they agreed. (psst, Envato, if this is wrong I’d be happy to provide you guys with the right information).
I create some good codes, and I’m about to upload my latest script-ish thing. Hopefully the reviewer will like it (this time) and I’ll be able to make some money!
I’m really, really sorry to double post, but it’s better than making another thread about the same thing, ‘amirite’?
Another, smaller feature, is that when you are including the script in the head section, you can use
<blahblah src="myscript.js?parameter-false"></blahblah>, and that will actually affect the way the script works. Plus, it all validates.
On the contrary!
I found a way to do it.
I pretty much copied a script to get URL parameters, but instead of providing the URL , I provided the script’s src!
I’d post the code, but maybe that will be one of the things that will tempt buyers
The only problem with this is the popularity of these scripts right now.
The AJAX functionality would be very tempting, but that alone will sell you around 4-5 copies and won’t generate you much at all. In order for you to generate the most interest (and customers) you’ll need to make sure it’s as feature extensive as possible and has a easy setup for the most awkward of circumstances.Should it be something generic or easy to make, it won’t sell enough for you to bother creating it. Good luck.
Ah, thank you for your constructive criticism!
I will work on the features, since it’s already very easy to set up. You simply include a script link at the top of every page you want to track.
Is it possible to set parameters inside a script call? Like so:
I recently made a little hit-counter, partly because I needed one and partly because I was bored. Anyway, the way mine is different from lots of other ones is mine runs off of AJAX .
So if you sit there and watch your hit counter, and another user visits your page, the hit counter will go up on both pages, (being the same), meaning you didn’t have to refresh the page!
I think this could be useful to some admins because they could use the show_hits function thing in their admin panel.
The hit counter isn’t styled at all, but it would be relatively easy (just a GD function).
So what do you say, would you buy this?