If you could contact me through my profile that would be great!
I often have the browser open on one screen, and code on another. It means I can save the code and instantly refresh the output, without switching between windows. Sometimes I just use it for Facebook or music though
I’m not an expert by any means, but I’d imagine you’d need to buy the theme again so you had a second license then you could just copy the old theme to your new website.
There’s a plugin called Theme-Check, if you include everything it suggests you’ll be fine. I expect you’ll want to include a blog section at the very least, even if you don’t think it seems necessary. Also things like comments, they don’t have to be visible all the time but it’s worth adding them.
Ludlow, in the West Midlands, UK
I didn’t know this, thanks for sharing!