Perhaps he was sitting on the dunny, using his ipad and the battery went flat so he reached for the bog roll..it fell and rolled out the bathroom… I mean its perfectly plausible
Given he didn’t elaborate… my opinion is either you are correct, or he doesn’t speak english. Isn’t is common sense to say what one needs help with when asking for it?
First off… the two frameworks you posted serve different purposes. WPBS is a system which ties Twitter Bootstrap into WordPress… effectively giving you a simple starting point for designing your theme. Twitter Bootstrap is a nifty little system in its own right, and is worth looking into, but I’ve never been too fond of using it in major projects… Everything ends up looking too much like Twitter.
NHP Theme Options Framework does just what the name indicates… provides a framework to simplify the process of building a theme options page (or pages). I’ve never personally used that one, but it seems fairly simple.
If you ARE looking for an options framework, there’s a few more you can check out. Which one you choose depends on you. Take a look at what they offer, how they work, and how well they’re supported and make your own decision.
On a guess? Pay-what-you-want fonts aren’t Open Source (nor are they free, technically). Since Font Awesome specifically states ‘free for commercial use’, you’re probably safe there though.
I suggest taking another look… I hadn’t heard of Brackets until reading this post, but I can definitely see where they’re going with it. It’s not perfect by any means, but it’s clean, surprisingly fast, and I like it! Thanks to OP for the link!
- Messaging and Communication
- IM – I work with Jabber, YIM , and AIM
- Whatever my client prefers
- Project Planning and Organizing
- Haven’t found an ideal solution, so usually lots of PostIt! notes
- Image Editing and Design
- Vector – Illustrator CS5
- Raster – Photoshop CS5
- Desktop Publishing – InDesign CS5
- Coding and CSS
- Debugging and Testing
- Object Inspector (am I the only person using Chrome??)
- Site Promotion
- Depends on the project…
- Nifty support system on my website
- All the same things as question 1
- Google Chrome (my personal preference)
- Mozilla Firefox
- Dolphin (mobile testing)
- Internet Explorer
I’m with Crakken… that was fun!
I’m new to the Envato publishing community and looking at publishing my first plugin shortly. My problem? I’m far from a graphic designer and things like the thumbnail and other product images, let alone my own profile graphics, are beyond me. Anyone have any suggestions as to ways to resolve this little… issue?