Thanks for bringing that to my attention. I had asked my host to set firewall to block all countries except Ukraine, USA , & Canada since I had a chinese attacker trying to get into the VPS server. I need to ask them to take that off, or maybe host it somewhere else.
Will get to it this weekend.
I just uploaded my first bit of code, and must admit it was confusing. Now the status has changed to temporarily held, which has a link for more information. Maybe adding a “More Information” link to the first step would do the trick?
BTW if anyone wants to give some feedback I would really be grateful.
My First Attempt At MarketPlaceJquery Iphone Style Animated Checkboxes
Any vps host would. Linode, MT, Godaddy, Amazon.
I love the idea of if you buy it from CodeCanyon that you get some sort of free hosting “coupon” for a trial period. Usually when you buy a script its a bigger up front investment. Some of your clients will buy the script then realize its better to use a SAAS provider to host / manage it. Others might start with your SAAS option then realize its best to host the code themselves in case they need to customize it highly.
What my point is if you can support Imports / Exports then you are golden. This might complicate your multi tenancy setup specially when it comes to SQL code. I dont know if you want a separate DB per subscriber. Think about those aspects. Another important thing to keep in mind is to price your hosted option correctly. Dont be afraid to price them higher first. You can always lower prices, but raising them is a no no. You can offset pricing with coupon codes, invites etc. Also consider an affiliate program to help boost your “free” marketing.
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Its very hard to determine what is going on by just looking at the code you pasted. Do you have the site or pages uploaded somewhere publicly where we can take a look?
If not chances may be that the paths to the scripts are wrong? You can use FireBug or Inspector in google chrome to see what pages are loading. If you can get the site up on a hosting account with a link I would love to try and help you out.
Rackspace, MediaTemple, Amazon have been great to me.
You could simply load your site in an Iframe with the pixel dimensions of the device you are targeting. This also works for CSS Media Queries.
HighRise is just the name of a popular CRM (subscription) built by 37Signals. I think the website is HighRiseHQ.
If you can build a CRM with ActiveSync Support (Z-Push), and support for some sort of mail logging like MailGun or even postfix, you would have a winner. (And probably a 18 month project)
I have not really looked too closely at the code, but it seems like when a certian div is visible then it scrolls to an anchor or position on that or a different div. That might be achieved with the http://remysharp.com/2009/01/26/element-in-view-event-plugin/ plugin which could also be used to create the scroll spy feature you are looking for.