In the 2014 Roadmap for Envato Market, we identified item support as a key area for work and improvement.
In our 2014 Roadmap, one of our goals for the year was to review the financial tools our Envato Market platform provides.
Yesterday we were made aware via the security blog Sucuri of a serious vulnerability in two popular WordPress plugins available for sale on CodeCanyon from the author ThemePunch: Slider Revolution and Showbiz Pro (WordPress).
Today Envato Market serves one and a half million active buyers from around the world, connecting them with the work of thousands of talented authors.
Today we’ve announced immediate and upcoming changes aimed squarely at buyers.
This week we announced plans that we believe will improve item support across ThemeForest and CodeCanyon.
In 2008 we launched ThemeForest to the world.
Back in 2006 when we set sail with our very first marketplace ActiveDen, it was hard to imagine where we’d be eight years later.
Last month when the Heartbleed bug came to light, we immediately patched the exploit, and notified users via Notes, forums, and email newsletters, explaining Envato’s response and advising all Envato users to change their password.
Earlier this year I stepped back into the driver’s seat of Marketplaces.