“License Certificate & Purchase Code”
a lot of authors use dedicated support forums where the item purchase code is needed to register and buyers are often unable to find it. Even better, the code could be shown in the download page directly, below the download button / dreamhost box.
revaxarts saidThe exclusive author agreement only applies to item sold here, your item is not (yet). Once you will upload and remove from any other distribution channel, it will be exclusive and whoever got the pre-release version won’t be able to upgrade nor getting support unless he/she purchases from envato.
rather give some fellow beta tester, translators etc. a free pre-release copy.
Well it’s working here. If you had previous version of the stat booster installed, try to unistall first and then install again. Other than that, i don’t really know what else you could try.
Do you have greasemonkey extension enabled ?
Pirenko saidTo serve static html (where possible) is several times faster than using php generated content, around 100x if you consider the average wp page. Server side device dependent markup would make full page caching almost impossible, much harder at the very least and to serve images via php would be even worst. A client side (js) solution would be cache friendly and should be preferred.
So you are saying that I can’t create PHP sessions when a caching plugin is enabled? This does not make sense to me
SurStudio saidopen “chrome://extensions/” then drag and drop the saved script in it
I went to the extensions folder (/home/user/.config/google-chrome/Default/Extensions/kcggpkkbgolnohlffklhcmibnjckkcin/2.1_0), but there wasn’t any statboost.user.js file to replace, so not sure how to update. Any help will be appreciate it
Pirenko saidPage caching plugins create a static html version of the page which is served by the webserver directly using .htaccess rules, no php is involved in the process.
As far as I know sessions are created each time you open a website after a long period or after having closed and opened the browser application. So there’s no caching thing here. At least it seems to be like this to me