Based on your comment, this is not a WordPress plugin, so you cannot install it. It’s just a stadalone script.
Sorry for flagging, but you shouldn’t put an affiliate link in the forums. I use Hostgator for my hosting – they have the best support in my opinion.
No problem, I understand. HostGator are the best in my opinion, and they are becoming more and more flexible with their server configuration. PHP is selectable from 5.3 to 5.5.
Lots of users requested user emails to be saved in the database when using my eCards plugin. While this is a privacy issue, and user emails should not be stored in the database when sending a simple eCard, I’m wondering if I should add an option to store them.
The only details to be stored would be date, sender, recipient and post (eCard) ID.
Should I do it or not? Is it a serious privacy issue or is it the buyer’s responsibility to add an explanatory text and terms of service?
Thank you, I have added more padding and whitespace, and changed the background of the breadcrumbs and the meta.
I think the key is to stop a person after 10 questions instead of 100. I would have said this after five questions max: “If setting up the website is too technical, you may be more comfortable hiring somebody to assist you. Try contacting a freelancer who can work with you over Skype and help you make customizations.”
I absolutely love this! May I use it for my clients?
DOGmotion saidIt’s RETURN not ENTER. In the context of typing, ENTER makes no sense. Macs win again!
butterflymedia saidOh, I want that feature on Windows! In After Effects you rename layers and other stuff by pressing “Enter”. And I like how it works. It’s really awesome!
...you cannot open files by pressing Enter. One of their developers must have been drunk when deciding to allow files to be renamed on pressing the Enter key rather than opening them, Hence the name, “Enter”.
It says ENTER on the key, even if its purpose is a carriage return.