Definitely should be there for a future reference Nice idea Ivor, +1
This is so pathetic…
Hi and np! I have never used Joomla, so I am not the best person who can advise you on this topic…
Practice is a best teacher here. Find some free joomla template or buy some here on tf and try to incorporate there that component “somehow”
I don’t know any theme like this here on themeforest, but this is what I googled, it’s a Joomla-based recruitment component:
Maybe it will suit your needs, maybe not, but you can always hire someone for custom work, even on the template.
Maybe little off topic, but because Jeffrey is such a cool guy , here you have got a new great video tutorial for begginers:
“Quick Tip: How to Work with @Font-face” – don’t confuse with fresh-face
I have got 2 goals now.
1) Release a wp theme which will be so original, beautiful, simple and different that the whole internet will come here just to see it. Yeah I am working on it for almost 3 months now and should be ready in a week or two
2) Become a #1 seller on ThemeForest
It’s crucial for me to set the top goals like this, because it’s really pushing me forward and I know if I would fail even in the half way to my goals, it would still be a huge success.
I am still using Cufon because it’s really great, but I am planning to switch over to @font-face. I didn’t do much research but as far as I remember you need to have both EOT and TTF files for cross-browser compatibility.
I recommend you to first examine the font-face-kits available here:
You can download there the whole package for one font which includes HTML , CSS and both font files. There is no code clutter around, so you can really get how things are done there just by looking at the code obtained from that kit.
Yes, it looks like you can use it
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">Cheers! fresh