What got me wondering was the CodeCanyon queue, yesterday, it went from 15 in review to only 9 in about one hour, but the two days before that, the queue didn’t go down at all.
I’m not complaining about it at all, don’t want this to be taken that way, just curious.
I’m just curious about the review process works as a whole. Is there person, or group that reviews a single site, like one for ThemeForest, and one for CodeCanyon, etc, or is there a group that does reviews for the entire market place?
I see that sometimes, things get reviewed a lot faster than other times. Is there a rotation for which site to do reviews on?
Sorry if this has been asked before, but I couldn’t find any posts about it.
Browsers never have any luck uploading files over about 400mb, using flash or http, you always get shaky results.
I have uploaded a file just a little over 1GB with flash, it took about 2 minutes for the browser to start responding after I clicked the upload button, but it continued to upload after that.
I’ve never had luck with anything over ~400MB with normal HTTP Post, I don’t think HTTP was ever meant to really receive a single large file like that
The most secure way is to create a fake session system. Store a cookie with a long, random string as the session key, then store any session data in a serialized array in a database. Just fetch the array and unserialize it. You can do more advanced things like store the user IP and browser string along with the serialized array and do a check when looking in the database so the session can not be hijacked.
A system like this is easily done, even with the more advanced options added should be less than 50 lines of code.
Well, on an active server, where content is seen by the end user, any error reporting should be muted and sent to a database or file. Once you do that, just use a nice “Maintenance” message so if something doesn’t work the user knows why.
Seems to work the best since a user visiting the site knows that if something is broken, its only temporary.
The quickest way to deploy a new system is to upload the new files in a single zip, unzip it server side, then copy the files to the web root, replacing any older files. Since FTP is very slow when it comes to uploading thousands of files, it can only do one file per connection. Uploading individual files via ftp is usually a bad idea, things can go wrong, one file might end up corrupt and disturb the whole site while you scramble to fix it.Example: Place all the files as they would be on the server, then place them in a temporary directory. Upload the new site via ftp in a zip file, then:
unzip deploy.zip cp -rf new_site/ site/I’m not sure how to do it in windows, but you shouldn’t be using widows with PHP anyways.
Always remember to test local, then upload to a beta site, test that, then test your tests to make sure there not broken, then you can go live.
I’m looking for a web design to create a very simple front end for a project I’m working on. I need 3 pages done, a list, login, and settings page.
This would be a no-image, or low-image design, just simple css and table design.
I will be selling this on Codecanyon and would be willing to share the profit from the finished project, or possibly look at other ideas for payment. Reply or email me for more info.