Why the reviewer in case he rejects your file, does not inform you about all reasons your file is rejected.
When a reviewer finds a problem with a file I imagine that they stop reviewing and reject it so they can move on to the next file. This would explain why the second, third, etc rejection reason isn’t mentioned the first time.
Yes, the process is often very, very frustrating but because we all have to go through it, it is fair.
Can anyone please point me to whats going on ? The client swears he has PHP5
EDIT : PHP does not seem to run on his server, here is the file that CrackerJack put as a test on another thread http://ioncoverpage.acynosure.com/icool/info.php
The client can swear as much as he/she likes, if phpinfo() doesn’t work then php is not available on that server – the client has to talk to their host.
My audio player in my folio has an artist album library where you can add download/buy/info links for each track.
Very promising… and that also means no “Is ‘xxxx’ dead?” posts this week
I use to use ScreenGrab FF plugin until I discovered Command + Shift + 4 (Mac).
La Liga is big but The Premier League is where its all at…
Pfft… the premier league is 4 leagues in 1 – and the top group is Chelsea and the other guys. Same goes for España but I’d watch Barca over Chelsea any day – although Barca beating Chelsea in the champions league is always fun ;-P
That’s good – now if they can just get flash to use the quicktime apis to decode video we’ll be set.
That’s because there are so many awesome older files… Mine are still ticking over nicely thankyou
I think that the small number of replies to obviously inappropriate topics is a good natural filter – these threads quickly disappear. And if a seemingly off topic thread does get a lot of replies them so be it, perhaps it’s ok to let discussions that are popular thrive.
I don’t think there is a terribly major problem with our forums overall… Especially compared to the majority of online communities.
No need to panic yet AD peeps… from my small sample it looks like something happened in the last two days to make sales on AD fire up again (woot)
Of course I agree that doing some TF templates with our awesome flash stuff is also the way to go.