If J.R.R. Tolkien was our fellow author, he’d probably written:
Yay!-thread to rule them all, Yay!-thread to find them,
Yay!-thread to bring them all and to the GREAT YAY! bind them…
[...] Sadly, another incomplete feature released
What’s wrong here? IMO if your support software cannot handle user verification that’s your problem – not Envatos.
Unfortunately there IS a fraud scenario: purchase item > eat authors brain with support > get reversal FROM PAYPAL. But again that’s a weak spot in PayPal – not Envato.
I’ve just got this:
Fun fact You’re ranked 2151st for sales on ActiveDen
That’s awesome! But I haven’t any items there
Don’t use slider if you do not need one – just use the page template called “default” and make it homepage
Vast majority of web marketers, usability experts refrain from using it. Because it’s just very bad, you want all your most valuable content to be visible at all times, not cycle through a slider.
Sorry mate, but thats one of most stupid thing I’ve heard in quite a while. “Vast majority” without extensive number of examples = nobody.
In my country, there’s no taxes. The state pay to us the VAT just because we breathe the air from here. We have free energy from sun and also beginning with this season it will be a new law that each man must be married with five girls. P.S. – ...and we don’t have cars and no traffic at all. We have unicorns instead.
Again, how do I get visa?
@abhimanyusharma003 there’s no country badge in your profile
Not a fan at all.
We have bad weather makes us sad
Very unfriendly, look at people in the street you don’t know and you will be getting in a fight pretty quick.
Economy is pretty bad
Taxes are wasted on free loadedFree medical but it is so bad i have private anyway!
WOW! I always thought UKs economic is one of the most strong and stable in EU!
Regarding wasted taxes. I think you can say that about most countries… well except Vatican Anyway, you can always visit Eastern Europe countries like Ukraine – then you’ll get the true meaning of STOLEN AND then wasted taxes