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Eight7Teen says

I’ve always been a bit partial to Smushit…

http://developer.yahoo.com/yslow/smushit/

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Eight7Teen says
to be honest it think you have a point. the footer is a complete copy. Dont be afraid to stand up and protect your work. In the end of the day you here to make money not make friends. The rest of the site may not be a copy but the footer is blatantly copied. I would send the author a message about the footer first before taking any other action.

How on earth do you figure that footer is a blatant copy? The colors are different. The hills are different. The CROSSES are even different… I don’t see ANY similarity aside from the fact that there happen to be 3 crosses in both footers.

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Eight7Teen says

Hmm, I couldn’t design my way out of a wet paper bag… But I can code with the best of ‘em… and my only teacher was (and still is) Google.

I’ve actually had several job offers from reputable companies, but their salaries don’t even come close to what i’m making by freelancing.

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Eight7Teen says

I like eText Editor for Windows… but I guess it’s more like TextMate than Coda

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Eight7Teen says

WordPress is a content management system/blogging platform… Therefore, the site content is all dynamic.

This means that what you would normally have to login via FTP to edit, you can do by logging into your wordpress dashboard. This also means that to display the dynamic data you have to be able to access the database and use the template tags and functions that WordPress is equipped with.

Here’s a good resource to start with: http://codex.wordpress.org/Theme_Development

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Eight7Teen says

Don’t mean to sound rude dude, but quite honestly, the so called “best in the business” are most likely already otherwise employed and won’t bother replying to your call to arms…

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Eight7Teen says

November 2009: 2435 Clickthroughs, 10 Registered Members, 3 Deposits

December 2009: 6493 Clickthroughs, 9 Registered Members, 8 Deposits

January 2010: 2925 Clickthroughs, 0 Registered Members, 0 Deposits

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Eight7Teen says

no problem

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Eight7Teen says

Hey, you should go back and re-read my previous reply… I had to edit it…

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Eight7Teen says

@Kailoon: No, you don’t need the no.conflict declaration because since v2.7 or 2.8, WordPress automatically loads jQuery in noconflict mode… So there’s no need to declare it again.

@digitalimpact: Why not just modify where wp_enqueue_script() loads jQuery from?

You can do that easily by adding this to your theme’s functions.php file:

function redefine_jquery() {
    if (!is_admin()) {
        // comment out the next two lines to load the local copy of jQuery
        wp_deregister_script('jquery');
        wp_register_script('jquery', 'http:// ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.3.2/jquery.min.js', false, '1.3.2');
        wp_enqueue_script('jquery');
    }
}
add_action('init', 'redefine_jquery');

I had to edit the above because the forums were turning the location of google’s jquery into a link… So be sure to remove the blank space between http:// and ajax.googleapis

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