hmm.. if its not possible can i use calibri font name in font-family property so that any body who has installed this font will see this?
Of course You just need to design a font stack that looks good when Calibri isn’t available.
Your other option is to find another font which is licensed for use via Cufon or @font-face. Resources like http://fontsquirrel.com are excellent for this. That’ll help provide a more consistent user experience.
It’s usually best to build your site without JS first (pure CSS ), then add the bells and whistles with JS at the end. This ensures graceful degradation of the JS.
If your page is heavily JS dependent, you may end up using things like noscript tags to apply different styles for when the JS is disabled.
If you want to query multiple categories, I think you have to use category IDs and the ‘cat’ paremeter, not names/slugs
You could parse the names to category IDs yourself and then use the ‘cat’ parameter (instead of ‘term’).
Or you could use more advanced taxonomy queries
Keep in mind you can use the Envato API , as many authors do, to authenticate users in your forums to make sure you give support only to those who have legally purchased the files.Is it possiible ? can you please point me to that as i cant find it in api documentation
Help > API
if you want use the script in 2 or more then 2 site you’ll have to go for Extended license or will have to purchase x single licenses
An extended license is not the same as a developer/multi-use license. The Extended License does not give the buyer the right to use the product on multiple sites, only to redistribute the product as part of a larger Work. 2 sites require 2 single use licenses (note: a developer/multi-use license may be in the works).
and if you wana use it in a product which you are gonna sell then you’ll have to go for personal license .
As far as I know, there are no Personal Licenses available for sale on CodeCanyon. I believe they only apply to audio, video, and ebooks/tutorials/screencasts. But the case you provided (“use in a product you’re selling”) is covered by the Extended License not the Personal License. You can review the licensing here: http://codecanyon.net/wiki/support/legal-terms/licensing-terms/