I do both – I sell the PSD separate and sell the xhtml version with the PSD included – some designers want to save the few bucks and get just the PSD file to alter and code themselves – it gives the consumer options – and that is always a good thing!
That’s what I was thinking of doing… Thanks for the posts guys!
Just wanted to get some opinions on this…
Do you sell your coded XHTML themes with the PSD , or do you sell the PSD separately? Or even both… include the PSD with the code and then also sell it by itself.
Any word on what the best methods are regarding this? I’m not that new, but I haven’t had time to put up many items yet. I’m thinking about getting back into it.
Personally I’m just set up with VirtualBox from Sun. Free for what you need, and I can run Ubuntu and XP alongside Vista. That gets me Safari/Win, Opera/Win, IE6 ,7,8/Win, Firefox 2/Win, Firefox 3/Win, Firefox 2/Linux, Firefox 3/Linux, and Opera/Linux.
For Safari/OS X I just use Browershots, although so far WebKit is rendering the same on Win as it does on OS X . So I may phase that out soon.
Thanks I’ll keep that in mind for when I finish these couple templates I’m working on. Hopefully, that’s very soon!
I know XHTML /CSS/JS/PHP, and am learning to scrape out some designs as well So I’ve got the technical end covered. What I’m wondering is what you guys expect for documentation – a simple file detailing what values and such to change, what you can change safely, etcetera?
What does it need to include?