why don’t you ask them and if they permit publish their web sites addresses, would love to see how the themes are being used
I assume that if they get excellent themes an any subject, they will publish them on this site. I doubt very much that they restrict themes. It is probably more a matter of what gets submitted for approval. If a theme for some of those wanted by others on this site are never submitted, they cannt be evaluated and perhaps approved. Lets see a wider range of themes, I look forward to them
I like this site too BUT I don’t like sites like this where you need to scroll down to see any content. When you click on Journal for instance you don’t see anything until you scroll down, ugh. Sites looks great but…
I view at 1024×768 and sometimes it is amazing how little content you can actually see on one screen. When too much of my screen is taken up with browser borders, page navigation, etc then I really don’t like it. Sites like noupe.com and smashingmagazine.com are great sites but the content could be a whole lot viewer friendly in my opinion.
what would this template give me that I cannot already buy from many other templates? specifically the 4th one down on the current HTML templates list, the layout of yours is not specifically the same but the overall page layout is exactly the same.
everybody seems to using the same pattern on their designs, logo at top, nav bar, featured images (usually clickable and scrollable) followed by 2 or 3 columns of data and perhaps a footer. yes, you use different colours and text size, etc but the pages all look the same to me.
we need some unique designs, not the usual retreads of the portfolio themes. I notice that people are on this forum looking for templates for specific types of web sites and there are over 700 of them here and yet these buyers cannot find one that they can adapt for their purposes. what gives? that tells me that designs are not being created for the market but perhaps for selling on this site. two different things I know, and perhaps good for the template authors but hopefully I would like to see these templates all used on the internet somewhere, not just pretty examples of web pages on display.
enough from me,
(buyer only, not an author, I can’t produce a web ite that looks like what any of them look like on here)
I would really like to see live examples of how the themes are being used in the real world. They are quite beautiful in this environment but not sure what they would look like in general usage.
Any authors/others out there like to add some links to where the themes are being used?
Thousand have been sold, what are they being used for?
love your PSD to XHTML videocasts Jeffrey.
Instead of creating a web site exactly the same as a PSD , I would like to see you create a different web site from the PSD i.e show us how we would use a PSD to create our own web site page.
It is nice to see the techniques involved in creating a web page for a PSD but that is not really what happens in the real world. In this case, the headings, images and content would be quite different from the PSD being converted.
just a suggestion…
not significant to me, don’t even know what they mean?
Curling is one of those sports mainly played in countries like Canada, Scotland, Switzerland, the northern US, etc. It is a winter olympic sport that we here in Canada figure we should be able to win more than we do. It will be one of Canada’s featured sports at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and one we are trying hard to win. Lots of teams here in Canada are vying for one of the Olympic berths and all the curlers will cheer them on.
Thanks for the pointer, I will take another look at some of the corporate templates available here on TF, I am sure they can be adapted.
in cold southwestern Ontario, Canada
p.s. to view vintage curling from here in Canada (1974 and before), go to the “Canadian Curling Assoc” web site http://www.culring.ca web site and look at some of videos from some of the old national championships, the Brier, on the multimedia page.