Hello, I am fairly new to the codecanyon community. Well, I’ve been around for a while buying stuff here and there but never really did or said anything in the forums. I’m considering publishing some of my stuff but need some prodding. Anyways, I just wanted to give a message to everyone that develops scripts and plugins out there.
First, I’d like to establish that the Envato marketplace is such an awesome concept and feature. Products that are sold here are amazing with outstanding quality. I could name several people that blow my mind with how creative and awesome their stuff is! Keep up the good work!
Secondly, I want to encourage everyone that develops scripts, plugins and themes – to look into making them responsive. Responsive in that it resizes according to browser window, simply stated. This is the big HYPE right now and really, if you want to do it right, it’s really where it’s at. For the plugins it cant be to hard – just adjust the width settings to a percentage, etc. But I think everyone would gain a few sells by doing this. Everyone is going responsive – if your website is not responsive, it’s almost like you are using IE5 or IE6 – it’s so outdated.
Anyways, more responsive plugins and scripts, please!
Cheers, Aaron M.
Guess it didn’t sit too well?
Just something for ya’ll to think about
Welcome AaronMarquez, yeah the responsive scripts are much needed and the trend already started in CodeCanyon and ThemeForest.
We’ve just updated our ticketing system here on code canyon with some responsive CSS . There is much more to go but it is already working much better on devices will small screens.http://codecanyon.net/item/tickets/2478843?WT.ac=category_item&WT.seg_1=category_item&WT.z_author=michaeldale
Responsive is going to be something that can change the web for developers in 2012/13, as it saves having to have different sites for various screen sizes, or using third party plugins to detect a screen size.
My item is responsive since Facebook made changes to the size of pages.
I’ve submitted responsive Wordpress slider plugin ( http://demo.lizatom.com/responsive-slider/ ) with admin panel, drag and drop re-order, beautiful animated effect upon re-sizing but the plugin was rejected based on the grounds that Envato “reached a point of saturation”.
If it was accepted there is no chance it wouldn’t be generating a lot of sales since it’s fully flexible and customizable.