Ive had a few people like this.
I just simply refuse support.
Its not worth helping people like this, if they wants to be dishonest and cost you potential sales then he can seek paid help through freelancing websites.
767px is the lowest but as long as you have coded correctly anything lower should work with this because bootstrap uses fluid divs after it hits 767px.
Everything goes to 100% instead of pixel width.
So it should not matter unless you are custom coding extra code which asks for pixel widget from this point.
Guys, sometimes a PSD to HTML conversion is more complex than HTML to WP conversion, and at the same time we shouldn’t forget that sometimes PSDs are crucial to enter themeforest, it’s a key.
If anyone agrees to this, you obviously are not a wordpress developer.
To make a wordpress theme work on some complex html themes is a million times more difficult than converting from psd > html
I have 5 years in WordPress.
So I have enough experience to say if you come to this conclusion you are either not so strong in psd > html or not so strong in WordPress.
In this day and age, with all the features the public are wanting and the demand for complex designs, WordPress is far more time consuming and demanding than converting a PSD to Html.
If you think otherwise, it means you are not adding enough functionality into your WordPress themes to really test yourself or your Html > WordPress conversions have been pretty simple Html templates.
Dont get me wrong, I agree the pricing structure needs changing.
But if PSD goes to $20 then html needs to go to $40 and WordPress needs to go to a minimum of $65
This will not happen because people will not pay more than other stock sites.
If you are going to have this stupid header to keep sites in one place.
Can you please set a caching for the happy ### day banner as I am fed up having to close it when I accidently click on them logos because Im not use to the header and when using muscle memory it is getting annoying, 3 times now
95 Years old, all I wish is to grow old with my family besides me like he has.
It depends how poor the coding is on the other theme and how your code is on your theme already.
It could help your seo if the coding is better.
For instance if the coding uses sections, headers, navs, articles etc and your theme does not then it will be better when you swap themes, but if you get a theme which does not and also does not allocate the correct header titles in the correct manner then you can get worst.
I would check the coding before purchasing.
If your site does not use the latest sections, articles, aside, header, footer, navs etc then that side does not matter if the other theme does not, but I would suggest to make sure that the title headers h1, h2 etc are allocated in the right manner.
Hope this helps
This is not a big deal, but the Header area seems a bit unprofessional (In our humble opinion). We understand the need of saving space on the first fold. But adding some space like this will be more better:
This site is not the issue for us because no one lands on this page yet, its to new.
The issue persists with the individual marketplaces.
This update seems to be a branding update only.
Envato are trying to get the Envato brand out there rather than the others.
The main logo is the envato logo and not the individual marketplaces.
If you ask anyone who has ever visited Themeforest I bet at least 30% will not know Envato owned it.
This seems to be the main agenda I think. (Branding)
all 3 of my accounts are down.
Ive just released a theme the other day which was selling 14 themes a day, its now down to 4 a day just overnight.
Sales on 3 of my accounts are down.
On one account its down by nearly $200 a day.
Im not liking this change.
I had a client visit themeforest yesterday, which I sent them, and they said they could not use it, because as soon as they hit the frontpage it was just to busy and overwhelming.
She said they clicked on a button which she thought they may need and then they was looking at images, so she either either went to graphicriver or photodune.
Envato are forgetting that a lot of their visitors are not computer savvy and by complicating things is a web design no no.
The number 1 rule of web design is make it simple, design for the people who have very little knowledge of computers.
Envato this is a huge fail in not just design but marketing also.
In 3 accounts I am down nearly $400 a day.
Sorry nearly $300 a day.
Granted this is not 100% out of my pocket as the other 2 accounts are joint accounts but still its a lot of money.