Thanks everyone! I am going to the air force but I want to go to college for web development while I am there.
I see what you mean by options. I have only designed for clients and so far the only crazy thing I ever added was a calendar (thanks to codecanyon)
I understand the content management. Has anyone ever hired a wordpress coder to convert it to wordpress and document it? I bet it cost around $300 yikes might be worth it though
I have been following themeforest for quite sometime now. I have always been debating whether or not to submit. But I have a question.
How come it seems like these are now required for a template here?
- It must have a slider – mainly 3 different types of sliders
- It must have a portfolio
- It must have a contact form that works
- It must have a blog section
Does anyone else seem like this is overkill? Not all sites have sliders, or a portfolio. Why should there be a blog page for a html template? I can see if you convert it to wordpress but I would never convert it (I just don’t know wordpress that good)
Is there a major difference in sales if you are missing one of those listed?
Thanks – Freddy
We give customers a direct link to themeforest.
Most find themeforest difficult to navigate so we end up picking 5 or so to match their business and they choose one from there, but they always see themeforest and the prices and no probs there.
wow! talking about ripping people off
To get a website you need 3 things:
1. Domain name - your www. website address. ($55 for 2 years) 2. Hosting - Where your website files are stored. ($15 per month) 3. A website design - That's what you get with our $770 offer.
$55 for a domain name? and 15 a month for what shared hosting? that is a rip off
I posted a thread a long time ago with no responses:
I was really thinking about it, I still think it will work. Tracking reffers, creating auto alerts, etc.
Also it may be a little evil but implanting a google anaylitics js in your template. So if they don’t remove the code you can see where its at.
So we could use whatever we want in our live previews? (not download-able) http://themeforest.net/item/tribeca-magento-theme/full_screen_preview/97866
I see a $400 Net+ Tut coming soon
I know, I’m pretty disappointed that they switched to the tumblog style. I mean, it has some good stuff, but all of the original content on the other blog really can’t be made up by promotion of themes and clientsfromhell quotes.
Yeah this blog is just quotes and promotion for themeforest.
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So I would suggest you don’t use it
When they switched I just don’t digg it anymore. There not articles its a big promotion. I used to learn some quick tips on jquery or learn why the number one theme is selling good.
Anyone else feel this way?