SamBerson, I was surprised too You are the most active member on the forums; I also thought you already have all possible badges which are related to community help
I wish everyone a happy 2015!
Hi, I’m not a TF author, but I would happily buy something like this (I make websites for friends who are videographers), but:
- menu items are a bit too bold
- the font, is it Helevetica or Arial? It looks a bit basic… maybe you could replace it with another, more attractive font
- maybe you could replace the background image with a more subtle one, maybe with a pattern background from http://subtlepatterns.com
- there is too much red in the social icons bar, I would make them totally white and only on hover make them red
- if you resize the browser (I use latest ) Firefox, the menu doesn’t look good: http://awesomescreenshot.com/0404437nc2
- if I go to blog -> right sidebar, if I search a video name that doesn’t exist, for instane “fdfdfd”, a totally blank page comes up (with an error in the console)
Again, I’m not an author on themeforest so please don’t mind for my feedback.
You could use for these features the ability to create collections.
For instance, you can create a new personal collection named Client1 and you can keep in it all the items you have purchased related to client1 (and you can put in the collection’s description any notes you need).http://themeforest.net/collections/manage
Google-ing “Online Love Problem SolutiON baba ji” shows that a lot of other websites forums are full of “love baba” spam.
Is there a fast way (without searching in the code) to find out which google / other fonts are used in a website?
I don’t know, a Chrome extension, Firefox addon or a free service?
There are some add-ons, they tell you which font is used in a text selection, but I need something that shows me quick the list of all fonts used in any website..
We would find it very useful if every item would have a “Report as dead” or “Report as broken” button.
I have just seen a couple of items on codecanyon for which the live demo website shows PHP errors or “page not found” error…. and looking at the item’s comments, it seems that their authors were not active (they did not replied) in the latest 5 months.
^ That picture remembers me the first personal computer I have seen in 1989, a HC 85 that our teacher showed us. It was like a magic for us to see it It looked very much like the one in the picture
Bought a couple of books, I love reading
after the recent events we handed our plugins over to a security expert to have them checked thoroughly. The results are comforting: There are no critical vulnerabilites left. We can only encourage any plugin author to have your plugins checked by a professional.
Could you please recommended where or how to look for a security expert /service like this?