Sorry to bump.
I can understand if Envato feels this issue is not important enough for immediate attention.
The lack of response however is a little disappointing.
Good to know, will probably join in.
BTW , anyone actually from KL here?
I think it’s fairly annoying that you have to hit Enter twice in order to create new line break.
I usually forget this and by the time I realized it’s already too late since I can’t edit the post anymore.
And the problem is just not in the forum, but also across all areas on Themeforest including the comment sections.
- Graphic is a little too heavy - You need more balance with shadow/highlight. Currently the shadows are too much, especially on the content area & it’s perimeter. Try re-calibrate your monitor or simply turn down the brightness. - More contrast on typography - Paddings, try viewing the site on a bigger monitor, it’ll look a little cramped up
Also, in general Themeforest prefers simplistic and minimalistic designs. You might want to consider heading in that direction.
That’s just as much as I can see, design-wise. Hope it helps a little
Sorry, must have missed that.
I’m not familiar with the Dynamix theme. The easiest way & safest way I can think of to achieve what you need is to use custom post types. Your customers may not appreciate losing their slide sets if they accidentally reset the options.
I notice that everytime you create a new option using the array of options, it makes a nice title for the option with a border then gives the option you created. How would you go about creating a group of options? To show that they are all related?
I posted a possible workaround to the question you posted above here http://aquagraphite.com/2011/09/slightly-modded-options-framework/#comment-239
Have a look and all the best!
Thanks for the replies guys.
I’m currently working on a theme that hopefully will incorporate BP as well, so i can really relate to what Monkify & PressCrew said about the development process a hell of a time. At the rate I’m going, it could take at least another 2-3 months to finish.
Well, I am glad that the price point & popularity of BP is not really the factor why we don’t that many BP themes on TF.
No harm in that. Authors used various kind of frameworks to build their themes.