For your second question, it’s possible to partner up with other developers, so you can take a HTML and convert to WP or others, but you need to form a specific partnership with the original developer for this
No, as an exclusive author Envato have the full and only distribution rights to any files uploaded here
When did you decide to quit your job and become a full time author? And how do you deal with relatives asking, “when do you plan to find a real job?”
I was working a full-time job, doing support for an elite author and producing my own items as well.
I decided to quit when I knew for definite that I had my wage covered, not a second before. When I was happy that I had enough income from Envato I made the move
As for relatives asking when I’ll get a proper job, they all know how hard I work, and the income I bring in for my family, no-one has ever asked me this question because of that
1. You can’t trust the progress bar at the moment, as many threads have covered in these forums, the progress bar is officially broken at the moment.
2. Reviews are taking longer at the moment due to the reviewers not being robots, and actually taking the time off they deserve. One of the reviewers (Kailoon) recently got married and is enjoying a well deserved break, the other reviewers are doing everything they can in the mean time. Also worth noting the Envato are currently looking for new reviewers so in the future we should see less disruption from reviewer holidays.
Can’t wait actually.
3. You have no choice, just like everyone else, it’s a queue system and we all have to wait, so just be patient.
The message above goes into great detail of what you need to improve, and thats attention to detail and uniqueness. Come at the magazine theme idea with a fresh perspective, take some time to pixel perfect everything in your template, right now there’s loads of little errors which don’t make it feel ‘Premium’, it looks a bit like a freebie at the moment.
Whoops, sorry Dzinc, just saw this now.
Yep, all working perfectly, nice one
A note about that method, if someone changes the theme name, it will break your plugin.
QBKL just gave you the answer, WordPress checks script handles to avoid conflicts, as long as you’re registering everything properly WordPress should do the hard work for you here.
NINJA EDIT: You can always have your short code plugin detect what theme it’s installed into using wp_get_theme() and then enqueue or rather, not enqueue as to your needs.
$theme_name = wp_get_theme(); if( $theme_name == 'ShadowBox' || $theme_name->parent() == 'ShadowBox' )
This thread is to discuss usage of Ticksy & the future of Ticksy, not to promote the fact that you have a help desk system in your portfolio.