If someone could explain what “kurulumuun” means I’ll be able to sleep whole night again!
You don’t know what that means? That my friend is a word: “I kurulumuun”, “you kurulumuun”, “he, she, it, kurulumuun”. “kurulumuunology”, the study of kurulumuun. It’s first grade stuff…
To the poster: Google translator would be a first option, it would at least get the idea across so you’ll both be on the same page.
You’ll learn the truth sooner or later so sooner is as best time as any. TF authors are not here to play around. Themes here are robust and chockful of options. Thinking ‘plain’? The guys are blasting with lasers and you want to come out with a slingshot.
The web is replete with sites for every inclination. Just stick to images that relate to the theme. The images should show how the theme would look in action and for the buyer to better visualize his own site. If the theme is a retail theme for women’s clothing then by all means have those images. If it’s a corporate/business theme then the same follows.
Why didn’t you follow the instructions that came with the theme first? Failing that, then post your question on the theme author’s comments. There should be no need for you to touch a line of code for what you want.
Enabled I normally agree with you but not this time. pixelnourish I admire your restraint as I’ve read through this thread and wouldn’t have been so kind. There is a way to be frustrated without being rude and the threadstarter was clearly not. A better toned request would have had other members falling over themselves to help.
I tend to agree with the effective implicit permission of doing nothing. I think I’ll send the dude an email.
Recently got a pingback notification from a post I have on me website. Turns out a new web design company copied some original content from my site. I’m no ‘web designer’, I configure TF themes for clients and I make that clear on my site and when I have client interviews. I also market in a small geographic area and this is a little disconcerting.
I’ve been monitoring the site and see that he’s removed that article content but his entire FAQ page is mine. His Facebook cover pic uses the identical concept from an original slide I designed for my homepage slider, all he did was change the font so it actually looks exactly like my slide.
From the looks of this ‘competitor’ it doesn’t seem like he has the chops to mount any formidable campaign (at least in the short term) so I’m wondering out loud to me peers on whether to shrug this off or let him know that I’m noticing him.
Nice concept with the home page but needs a little refinement. I don’t think the square slider blends well visually. The ‘layered page’ content section looks jagged rather than layered and the footer copyright area looks a little off to me. The floating header doesn’t do it for me either.
If this is a niche theme I suggest a few more homepage layouts, including perhaps the booking form on the home page content area or footer (not just the link). Also this theme would work well also in a standard boxed layout so that can be a layout option as well. Again, if this is a niche theme then a little more research (perhaps visiting a few actual businesses) to add more elements relevant to the niche.
The generic gallery pics on the homepage doesn’t imply an actual usage for the spa, for example some before and after nail pics, hairstyles etc. Still on the gallery, the gallery page needs improvement with how the scroller looks with the images as the centered image and the gray space doesn’t look appealing.
Your Blog page links to another theme as do other pages.
You are definitely on the right track, all you need are little refinements to make this theme really pop.
You know, I was following that thread from the beginning and all it was just the community that it pertained to exchanging pleasantries and nothing else and it looked like those it didn’t concern simply stayed out. Why someone chose to make an issue is beyond me. There is the letter of the law and the spirit of the law.