I just requested to withdraw all my march earnings, according to my experience I know that the request will be processed on the 15th of the next month, I mean on 15th April. But I am amazed that the notice on my dashboard is showing “Pending withdrawals to be processed on 12:00 AM AEST April 1, 2014” Is it true? or just a bug? does the rules of Envato has changed? Please anyone give me a reply,,, Thanks in advance.
If your country supports Master Card branded credit/debit cards that means Payoneer is supported in your country. Because to use Payoneer you need nothing but a Pardoner’s master card. No bank account is needed, the money from ThemeForest will be loaded in your card and you just go to any ATM booth and withdraw your money. That’s all. If master card is not supported in your country, there is also an alternate option to use Payoneer’s LBT service. To use LBT service you definitely need a bank account (who supports SWIFT). Use LBT or Card system whichever suits you the best.
greenline saidYep I agree with you… But that doesn’t mean you can’t extend the functionality of Joomla… Joomla has also lots of modules, components and plugins to extend it’s functionality… But to be honest Joomla lacks documentation. WP has a very well known codex library where all the functions, classes, hooks, API are listed in a very beautiful way with examples… It is very easy to use and it looks almost like php.net documentation site. But Joomla’s code library is very poor. Not all the functions are documented like WP codex library.. The documentation of Joomla is very hard to follow, Even any PHP ninja will say it is very difficult and nightmare to learn Joomla code.. But if you have only some basic knowledge of PHP you will never fall in difficulties to follow WP codex… WP really rocks… I am very sad for Joomla because I am a Joomla developer.
People prefer WordPress because it’s easier, because it’s simple and because you can extend easily its functionality with plugins. Basically with WordPress you can do anything you want with a well chosen theme and a couple of good plugins.
Do I really need to make my mind to think Joomla is a dead CMS by now? Any valuable suggestion would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
Dear dmsumon, I also have the same question with you and most of times I answer it myself to yes it’s a bit ‘half’ dead. Even though I’ve been a member here in TF for 5 years now but I relatively new as an author here ( my 1st item was approved on nov last year.) though I’ve learned Joomla since it’s in 1.0.x and being a full freelancer in a joomlasphere, work as a support team in one of template club (which is dying now) since then and I have to decide to quit from there and push my self to be a ‘template crafter’ here. And thank God my sales from 3 items here is good enough to feeds my family. I wish I could start as an author long before. So yes I’m optimistic at this point.
But at the same time I worried too with this relatively low sales fact in Joomla category here. 2 of my items have WP version released too by top authors and they sales are 10+ times higher.
Is it because no flexible-enough-template-builder or wp-theme-options-alike for Joomla? cause all template frameworks available only support Bootstrap on it and personally it’s so hard to use one of it as none of my template conversion is bootstrap-based. OR is it because TF is not advertising this category at it’s maximum like it does for WP themes?so lastly what i can say is good luck to all of us here. wish there’d be a better-more-flexible-template framework available out there that we can use so it’ll keeps the existing Joomla users and attract more new potential users.
yes you are absolutely right. Thanks for understanding the issue in depth.
egemenerd saidI agree with you
mcc_ saidWhat are you talking about? I’m sure you are an “uber super” developer but we are not talking about who is a “real” developer here. Of course all Wordpress developers can make Joomla templates as well. The problem is time… Time is money and we are here for earning money right? So we should make some choices and we are talking about these choices…
Joomla! developer, WordPress developer that’s so lame, what is a CMS, some functions/methods that mostly query a database like a bitch that you must generate static cache files, not forget some admin forms. You should be able to check the API of any CMS and code for it or else don’t call yourself a “developer”.