Have a look at this article (yes it’s third party):
Phew, thank god I didn’t have this problem yesterday when coding a template, In 5.5 it’s garbage but in 6,7,8 it is perfect. The best way to work with IE6 is to use the conditional IF tags and include a stylesheet just for IE6 which corrects the problems you have.
4. The API will check if the login is correct and if the user has purchased the application.Easily hackable.
Agreed, there is many ways around this, and even encoding with IonCube can be decoded and nulled. Say have the script retrieve news from say your site in a certain area, and you can post updates to the script but in order to download those updates via the script they need to login through Envato. Hmm. I’ll keep thinking, hold that thought.
If you add a ton under the “misc” section I’m sure they would consider adding a new category for Facebook/OpenSocial/etc.. apps. Depends if they think they will sell well enough in the first place.
The only problem with that is when I do submit one, they get declined. (Tried this once awhile ago)
Heh, I have a ton of FB apps I want to sell. They should have an area for Ebooks, Videos (Tutorial Videos) to sell to! I have a few ebooks to sell too!
Edit: Oh yeah and stock photo (do they do this already?)
Lol I’m there, been there for some time, nobody’s here. Emptier then the city in the movie I Am Legend.
I have a few developed PHP Facebook apps, not an actual Facebook clone but the apps them selves. Now I didn’t see this in the rules or anywhere, but can we sell PHP scripts ment to be Facebook apps?