As a buyer I would say that competition is good, yes it is true that their are more and more templates now but buyers will always pick the best ones, so really it is an incentive to create templates better than other peoples. Wordpress is the leading cms at the moment and I am sure will be for some time to come so stick with it and improve your skills.
If you have a belief that any template you create will automatically sell then you are in the wrong business. Every business sector is overflowing with suppliers, only the best will succeed so make your sites the best that you can and like all the power sellers on here you too will be successful.
Many people of other faiths know of Eid here in the UK, I receive many text messages from friends from other faiths on Eid, we also receive Eid cards from most neighbours as well and we are the only muslims in our town. I would say that at least 25% of the country knows of the date and significance of Eid for us.
As a buyer I simply can’t see the benefit to authors and this site whatsoever. To those authors who think it would be beneficial to them I would like to ask how they would use that information.
Eid Mubarak to all brothers and sisters of all faiths.
I have come to realise that no matter what I say to fanboy friends and family they will still buy an apple product simply because it is an apple product; as an example I offer the following conversation recently regarding maps on iphone 5. fanboy: the iphone 5 is much better than the rest for maps because it has turn by turn directions Me: you have a sat nav built into your car fanboy: yes but this is much better, it’s portable and updates to the map are free. a couple of weeks later when the map problems happened the conversation went something like this Me: see I told you the maps are crap fanboy: maps are not important, it is much better with retina display and a widescreen screen and a much quicker ‘lightening connector’ (?) anyway I just use my satnav in my car. So basically no matter what people say about apple the fanboys will always stick with them, but that is their right, if they like it then we cannot stop them from buying it.
The text on the first is good, but for the sake of viewing the brain on all media (small logo on phones, small printed logo etc), simplify it; a nice clean vector would look much better, too much detail at the moment.
I think those who said IE6 are just having some fun, sarcasm can be a wonderful thing. Chrome all the way.
Amy Winehouse, Back to Black a classic which will be around for a very long time.
Have had an iphone 4 for a while and it broke down on me but the fixers wanted an extortionate amount of money to fix it so I am back using my blackberry 9000 and I have to say that when it comes to working as a phone it is brilliant but as a ‘lifestyle’ device blackberry phones (the ones I have used anyway) are the biggest pile of crap and at least 10 years behind the others. On paper the new nokia 920 is BY FAR the best phone, but it is windows and the apps just aren’t there in comparison to the android and iphone. Overall the samsung s3 is the best bet, it is cheap to have repaired if needed, has a fast processor and reasonable screen and the apps are good as well. The iphone 5 is almost as good as the samsung and the nokia but it is by no means better, not even NCR , guaranteed they will have it on the iphone 5S, just a bunch of money grabbing shites.