Many thanks. It’s working for me now.
It’s a great idea – makes updates so much easier.
Here’s step by step process to repeat the error
- Go to this page https://github.com/envato/envato-wordpress-toolkit
- Download zip plugin
- Unzip the file “envato-envato-wordpress-toolkit-v1.1-0-gaeb6ed1.zip”
- Rename the folder from “envato-envato-wordpress-toolkit-aeb6ed1” to “envato-wordpress-toolkit”
- Upload the folder to my Wordpress “wp-content/plugins” directory
- Login to WordPress Admin “http://www.mysite.com/wp-admin/plugins.php” (WP version 3.3.1)
- Activate “Envato WordPress Toolkit”
- Go to the Envato Admin panel in Wordpress “http://www.mysite.com/wp-admin/admin.php?page=envato-wordpress-toolkit”
- Enter my Marketplace username and API Key (I generated a new key)
- Hit “Save User Settings”
- Returns error “ERROR: options page not found.”
I get an error when trying to enter my API Key
> ERROR : options page not found.
That’s great news. Many thanks for the update.
Hi vahid, thanks for the detailed reply. That is great to hear. I look forward to seeing the site grow.
I’ve been wanting to use this site, but it needs significantly more images and a better search system.
I just did a search for “truck” and ended up with images of fruit on the forth page of the search results.
If I search for “isolated truck” (as in truck on a white background) I get 20 images of fruit on the first page of the search results.
The problem with this approach, is that as a customer I have to search through two or more different Envato websites. I’m used to using istockphoto which lets me specify multiple categories all at once. For example I can search for Photos, Illustrations, Audio and Flash all in one go.
Doing repossession jobs. You never know what your walking into. For example we could be retrieving furniture covered in human filth from some crack den and you’re worried about getting accidentally jabbed by a needle or something like that.
In Thunderbird check the “Server Settings” for any email accounts that you have. It will show you the “Local Directory” where your mail is stored.
On Mac OSX it’s normally in /User/.../Library/Thunderbird/
Make a backup of this, of you don’t already have backup software.
But I think Thunderbird should be storing your mail locally on your hard drive if your using a POP account. If your using IMAP it’s storing it on the server. I’m not an expert, but you could test this easily by disconnecting from the internet and checking your mail, to see if your archives are still there.
You’ll need to move your domain name to the new host and setup a new email account. It’s best to do this before you close the old host down.
Personally I don’t like the color scheme it seems a bit dull. Also I don’t like the background image. In contrast it’s too loud and detracts attention away from the main content area.
Also none of the elements in the layout seemed to be aligned with anything.
The general design needs more work and refinement.