Posts by Alexhughes

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Alexhughes says
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Alexhughes says
What about slightly modified client work?

I don’t think this is allowed (may be wrong). As it will still be based around a design made for somewhere else and as an exclusive author, that’s not allowed.

However as xmdsys pointed out. You can get your client to purchase this, you then customize it for their needs.

Edit: Did not realise xmdsys replied :P Sorry!

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Alexhughes says

Had a reply and it is as follows :)

Hi Alex,

Thanks for emailing Support. You may submit files that you use personally on your own sites as an exclusive author, however you must not sell those files on any other site (personal or not). So you may use your own content, but you must not sell it anywhere else.

I hope this clarifies it for you!

Cheers!

Regards,

Jordan
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Alexhughes says

lol good point, would be rather mad to purchase a license for your own work. I will contact support just to make sure ;) and post back with my findings.

Cheers for a speedy and clear reply :)!

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Alexhughes says

Hello there,

I was wondering for future reference are we allowed to submit themes that we are using personally? or on our own business sites? OR for example:

a client has a low budget, so for a reduced price we get them to agree that the template we will use for them we are then allowed to sell here?

I’m pretty sure this is not allowed after reading through all the legal documents, but wanted to double check as I kind of overdosed on it all.

Cheers! Alex

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Alexhughes says

Congrats :- )

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Alexhughes says

Everyone has their favorites and can find one more comfortable than the other!

However I use Adobe dreamweaver for development purposes.

Switch between Adobe photoshop, fireworks, illustrator for design!

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Alexhughes says

Hmm I suddenly feel lucky compared to the two dads above ;)

Not sure about them little breaks but before I even begin work I get my morning run, some breaky, the work till about 7 – 8ish. Only time I seem to be removed from the computer is when drawing, on the phone or out with clients.

Then out for a pint in the night with my mates. At the moment, it’s a good life :)

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Alexhughes says

Have not really got an answer to how you can preview in IE6 better, however the thing that cuts down on major bugs within IE6 for me seems to be a very good reset.css. You may already be using one but if not then check this out.

http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/html-css-techniques/weekend-quick-tip-create-your-own-resetcss-file/

Hope it’s some help!

P.S. To the debate thats going on, my argument is as-long as there are potential customers using IE6 , businesses will want their site to work in it.

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Alexhughes says

Love the competition idea!

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