Frequently Asked Questions
This add-on is no longer in development and I no longer wish to support it, what can I do?
The best way to handle this situation is to edit your add-on and put a notice on the page that it is no longer being developed or supported and is now considered a 'legacy' add-on. We discourage removing add-ons entirely, since even old EE1 add-ons might need to be referenced by a developer doing update work on an old site. We understand that you might not want to support these old add-ons, but it's still worthwhile to have them catalogued, even if it's only here on devot:ee.
I'd like to sell my add-on on devot:ee, where do I start?
Easy! Take a look at our add-on sales page.
I've submitted an add-on devot-ee, how long will it take to show up on the site?
Submitted add-ons go into a queue to await approval by a site administrator. We aren't reviewing for content or quality, just to make sure all the fields are filled out correctly and that no spam makes it through to the site. Processing this queue can take a little bit of time.
New add-ons will make it through the queue and onto the site in as little as 24 hours or as much as a week, depending on how busy we are developing new features to make the site better. At longest, new add-ons should be published by each Thursday morning, when we publish our weekly add-on round-up at EE Insider.
Rest assured that we do see every add-on coming in, and if you feel like yours is taking a while it's probably going to on the site soon. If your add-on has been in the queue for less then a week, keep an eye out for it. If you've been waiting for longer than a week, feel free to get in touch with us at email@example.com.
Last updated September 18, 2012.