I use Godaddy for domain names and HostGator for hosting. I’ve never had a problem with Godaddy and they always seem pretty wining to help me when I have had to call them. I don’t love them, but I don’t hate them either.
My question is, how did you find out that they stole your template? I’m really interested in this, as I plan in selling some themes on here and would like any tips on how you found out about the piracy. Thanks.
honestly – best policy would of been to make it GPL and offered a new version with extra functions at a small cost upgrade – asked that authors simply do not include the SWF and placed a link in their docs to quickly download the free version on a specific landing page welcoming TF buyers with a discount off the premium version or download the free basic one. Would of made great business sense rather than attempting to block authors sending traffic to his free product.
Yeah, I agree. Oh well. Someone will come out with something else that’s flashy and cheesy and everyone will jump on that (UberCuber anyone?)
Haha! That’s awesome XD. But, in his defense, if he isn’t including any of the Cu3er files (just including a tutorial on how they can add it to the site if they download it themselves) how is that against any rules? Technically every theme on here with an expandable area in between the content and header is “Cu3er Ready”.
According to Jeffery, they are working on implementing a system that will help with this. I don’t know when it’s going to be implemented though…
Yes, +1 epicera’s posts. I had the same questions when I read that the account got suspended.
+1 Host gator. I haven’t had any “real” problems with them and their support is instant and amazing! I really love hosting with them.
Yeah, unfortunately I’m right in the middle of working on it. I don’t have a dev server at the moment so you are watching me as I am playing around with colors and messing around with stuff right now. I was hoping this thread was going to die but thanks for resurrecting it