We’re looking for a new member for our team, support tickets have been keeping us from doing some awesome work and we’d like someone that would manage not only all the support but that would be also proactive in releasing bug fixes and improving minor aspects of our theme and future ones
If you’re interested drop me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Provide me some information about you like knowledge base, works and projects made by you, also what you think you should earn and how (per hour, per ticket, per template, a percentage of the profit for example)
Pretty much everything has been said, I think you should start with something smaller. Seems like you still don’t have the necessary experience to go through Themeforest, maybe try codecanyon first, develop some small scripts.
You still have a long way to go but with hard work and perseverance you’ll get there
You should start learning some principles and work your way up, here’s an intereting site for you to learn: Tree house
Hope it helps, good luck!
We still use ticksy as well as our support center, though you guys really need to step up the game as some key features are missing in my opinion:
- A faq integration - A search field to seach for similar problems - When creating a new ticket some possible faqs results and other tickets related to what the user is writing should appear (so users might get a solution instead of creating a new ticket) - A newsletter option for when a user registers
Just my two cents
Good luck with it can’t wait to see what you guys come up with
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Thanks for your work and for sharing mate. Will give it a try in my project!
Ok, figured it out, sorry
Mods can close this
Having a struggle to do this, might be a simple thing but it’s driving me crazy.
Want to enqueue requirejs with a data-main attribute on the link, I’ve tried:
// require.js wp_register_script( 'require-js', get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . '/js/other/require-jquery.js' ); // my script, main.js wp_register_script( 'essenza-js', get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . '/js/Essenza.js', array( 'require-js' ), '', true); // Add the WP_DIRECTORY object directory.path to the script main-js // note that `directory` is the object, and `path` is the object's property. $WP_DIRECTORY = array( 'path' => get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . '/js' ); wp_localize_script( 'essenza-js', 'directory', $WP_DIRECTORY ); wp_enqueue_script( 'essenza-js' );
The problem with this is that it loads the scripts as they were on the template folder itself, but they are inside the js folder
Any help would be awesome.
The problem with screenr is that you can’t edit your screencast. For example in my case I have a logo intro in my tutorial videos I’m making so screenr was pretty much out of the picture. Been workng with camtasia and it is awesome, recomend it