As Woo said in their post – the biggest limiting factor is your infrastructure.
Shared hosted – avoid like the plague in commerce solutions (your at the mercy of whatever else is hosted on the same box), if the store is to make any money spending a few more $$ per month for it’s own setup will save many headaches later down the line.
For large sites, things like separate database servers, CDN for images and such like and a loadbalancer can allow the site to scale up to mega numbers.
Wordpress itself is perfectly able to handle massive busy sites.
I’ve just built a setup for a upcoming project of which has load balancers, multiple static content servers, CDN, replicated DB servers etc and the load tests have happily shown huge traffic is just fine.
Just outside Reading, Berkshire here Some of my family are in Essex, just outside of Chigwell.
Yup we got a DK2 we have been testing with for a little while, really a fantastic bit of kit and more importantly hooked up to the right demos/software the experience is mind blowing.
Looking forward to public release early next year, we are aiming to finish building and release an experience program to offer something different. Currently developing on Unreal Engine.
Anyone else developing anything? what engine/s are you using?
It’s interesting to see the comment about games on it, that was defo my first though when purchasing the DK2 however in reality I can see the VR environment taking off to a much much larger audience, education, science etc.
We are testing out this now and are having trouble to display images in the theme that are set in the options.
Text fields are fine as we use: <?php echo fw_get_db_settings_option(‘logo’); ?>
If we use the same on a image upload it obviously returns Array. Is there a helper available for the image uploads?
I am working with a client currently that requires a subscription based system (on WordPress) of which they will be offering downloads for subscribed members.
I guess the same way theme clubs works, still want each item(download) to be listed individually but for active subscription they can download all the items.
Does anyone have any ideas of good set up’s for this sort of thing?
I’ve seen various possibility’s such as Woocommerce, EDD etc but most are only achievable via paid plugins/extensions etc. I don’t want to just jump in and buy them to find they are not quite right for the job.
I also got the letter in the post today, luckily I changed cards very recently anyway and had a unique pass for adobe so was easy fix but still a pain that these sorts of things happen.
This thread made my head explode. Rolling back in the 90’s!
As Tommus said above building a hackintosh requires alot of preparation into the hardware you will be choosing, look around for drivers etc. (alot will be 3rd party) Also be prepared for one day something to just not work after a update (or sometimes randomly).
I built one a few years back just to have a go. It latest a few days until i started having driver issues of which i could never find a updated version and gave up.
You have to think of a hackintosh as a project in it’s own right. There will be alot of stress and headaches along the road but if you get it all right then i’m sure it would be awesome.
Uziiuzair, from your initial statement you said you do not feel safe on shared hosting are you able to explain why? There is many professional hosts out there that do a fantastic job and at very little cost.
In your second paragraph you said you do not know anything about hosting or the software, this would ring alarm bells that you would be far far more unsafe hosting yourself than on somewhere (shared/vps etc) from a company who know what they are doing.
I’m not attempting to put you off, as i ran a hosting company for near 8 years and there was lots to learn. I just want you to be able to see the whole picture.
Also bare in mind, if you have a hardware failure/power cut/loss of connectivity your websites will be offline.
What I would suggest before you jump in and dedicate a whole pc to it. Download something like VMWare Player, and setup a small VPS with a range of OS and Software options to test, get to know and learn.
For example: CentOS (Free) + Webmin/Virtumin (Free) CentOS (Free) + cPanel (monthly licence) CentOS (Free) + Plesk (monthly licence) Ubuntu (Free) + ZPanel
etc etc, There is many combo’s out there to try and test. Before jumping in i would definitely recommend trying them first. Some like Plesk/CPanel will automatically install all the required features, others will require manual installation of items such as mysql.
Also something to think about is your DNS and how you would go about managing that. E.g. Nameservers.
Certainly sounds like a server side issue. Any 500 error code is server related.
Try re-downloading the theme package and then up loading the fresh xml again increase its corrupt in some way.
Also this is general themeforest forum, if you have no luck with the above try contacting the Author directly via the theme page comments or their contact details on their profile as they may have a alternative file available.