gradients in flat styles is not the problem – gradients are commonly used within flat styles.
If this was a theme of template it surely was approved. For PSD it needs a little bit more uniqueness
Just figured out the number it says is the total of emails i’ve send this day, of all my email accounts together.
that’s kind of stupid..
I’ve always noticed this and thought it was a bug ore something.
But this week i’ve updated to Mavericks and now the number of sending emails in the message is up to 20.
I simply create one new email and send it – than at the bottom left i see: Sending: 20 of 20
Anyone knows where this comes from?
Nice video, but ‘overtake desktop browsing’ in 2014? i don’t think so
It looks really nice, but seems to me that approach to pack theme with extensions instead of plugins is completely opposite new TemeForest requirements for themes?
Correct, that’s why i also had my doubts if it is according the new requirements – with the point you make it is not indeed.
Just tested and you can indeed export a created childtheme as a standalone theme.. that’s pretty slick
These frameworks are a danger to developers!
I wonder if this framework fits the new theme requirements.
EDIT: I see you can sort of export a theme as an individual theme. Does that mean it will output a theme with the build options without the options framework to build options?
If there are a lot of options, customizer becomes hard to use and not so intuitive.
True, but a LOT of themes have way ( waaaaayyyyy ) too many options. So many options that you can hardly call them themes anymore, since the user almost have to do every little thing for themselfs. Sure some find this usefull, but i know also a lot of buyers are especially avoiding the ‘1 million options and 600 fonts’ themes.
I think you can perfectly create an almost fully visually adjustable theme with just the customizer – allthough i still have to find out – but i think its possible by say for example, not having every single item color customizable, but group items by color. This way it’s also more easy for the user to keep a desent design intact. etc.
..I would rather have all the options in one place, big screen, with each option well described with additional text.
Having a description with each setting is a good point…
Users are not developers, they don’t mind about WordPress, they want to make the things running fast and easy, without additional thinking.
Also true, but like a said – there’s also a lot of buyers who can’t work with too many options.
At the moment i’m trying for myself to have options as minimum as possible, while still having complete control over the theme. As for non-visual settings i’m looking into placing those just as regular settings pages. Without a blown options panel a theme feels so much more natural for some reason. But that’s just me – some can’t get enough of all those settings and want even more