Better off without flash?

In a recent piece, John Gruber asserted that “the web would be a far better place without Flash”. His main argument is that Flash has become a standard piece of the web despite being a closed technology controlled by a single company.

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Silverio Portfolio Theme Giveaway

To celebrate the launch of this blog, I’m giving away 8 copies of my Silverio WordPress theme, worth $27 each. There’s two ways to win.

1. You can win the theme simply by tweeting a link to the theme page ( ) along with the #silverio hashtag.

2. Or, you can also win a copy by answering these Envato-themed questions (and leaving your answer in the comments here): Read more →

9 ways to manage user feedback

Even once your theme has been accepted, your work is far from over. In fact, you might even be working harder, because now you have the pressure of potentially loosing customers if your theme is not up to par. But while adding features and fixing bugs by itself is good, it’s even better to get an idea of what users actually want first. This is why it’s important to get feedback, and here are a few tools to do just that.

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8 steps to get your theme approved

So your theme has been rejected on Themeforest. Months of hard work for nothing, all that effort down the drain… But why?! Why ??!! You’ll show them… They’ll pay!! They’ll all pay!!

Wait. Relax. There’s still hope, and I’m here to help. Let’s take it step by step.

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