I am a big fan of PHP Storm, was lucky enough to get it when it was cheap, Best money I every spend on a development tool! Thanks for the tips DTBaker, there are so many, but those certainly are a useful set of short cuts.
I have just had a look at your portfolio, some truly stunning work in there! Keep up the good work and best of luck for the future!
Well done Wim, You certainly are an inspiration to a newish author like me, and I am sure many other people on CC, keep up the fantastic work
3! Chuffed with that. The price reduction helped with that
I think there are many factors with go into who gets featured, it is pure speculation, but I think they are probably something like :
I dont think it purely comes down to the files you have for sale, front page real estate on a site like this is not only great exposure for an author, but it is part of codecanyons overall impression to new and existing customers, And for that reason, the successful authors will get featured more often, because they tick all the boxes, and will inevitably give envato a better return for giving that piece of space to an author for the week.
I am continually brushing up on the areas i think will help me get that coveted spot, hopefully one day I will Am sure you will to!
// edit oops I have posted this in all marketplaces by accident, please can it be moved to codevanyon?
I am looking at getting into the wordpress pluggin side of things, after alot of reading + practice I am ready to start giving it a go, but there is something that I would like to get cleared up, as I have not been able to satisfy this answer myself.
Does a wordpress pluggin have to be 100% integrated into wordpress? What I mean by this is, there is obviously the widget / thing that goes into the blog, but say for example that the system has a reasonably extensive backend admin, does this all have to be integral to the wordpress admin? or can it be separate?
Any pointers gratefully received!