Well, would you like someone to clone your design and claim it is his own?
I’m not a fan of responsive websites when it comes to sites like these marketplaces. I already know what is where exactly so zooming in is less effort than scrolling. A nice “View desktop site” link is enough for me, if it’s ever gonna live
The best answer would be: don’t do anything you don’t want to see someone doing it to you.
Misfits is awesome.
Aqui no hay quien viva (Can’t live here? dunno what’s the official translation) is a nice comedy.
Merlin is awesome.
I liked finland.
if you go to first page of the item list http://themeforest.net/category/wordpress it works. if you go to second page doesn’t work, if you go back to first page (click on page number) still doesn’t work
Still like this. Yet if you go directly into http://themeforest.net/category/wordpress?page=2 it works so that ajax must be messing things up.
Don’t show him the iFrame
To answer your question – I would probably connect it to my computer, or directly to the Internet and watch YouTube, rent movies, and stuff… Television su*ks! I have a “prehistoric” TV here in my flat and I turn it on about… twice a year But when I get a chance to see what’s there on a cable tv, 98% of all programs are total garbage. So I decide to choose my own brain-food
Exacly the same.
Cheers Jami and John
Good to hear..
Still not entirely sure why it is so complex. All of the data is within the dB and is stored in I presume comment arrays with product id’s etc etc..
So it really shouldnt matter if there are a Billion comments in the system.. as you are already drilled down within the product comments.. when you are on that area…
To assume all the comments are within one array is quite scary and erm.. a tad daft. A good sql fella could whip up the correct db query in a few mins
Essentially, the request would only be > search via comments for product id “blah blah Blah”Anyhoo look forward to it.
Yes, the query itself is simple, i guess that it’s more because of the optimization and performance. Envato maybe uses MySQL, so when 1000000000* users search for comments (+ add already searching for items), site gets overloaded.
That’s why Facebook or similar use graph databases, for some stuff they are much faster.*maybe slightly exaggerated number
Facebook was using cassandra before the graph search and it was doing good job.