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Gareth_Gillman says

happy to help. you can contact me through my profile

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Gareth_Gillman says

imho hiring freelancers should be to either extend your team to add another service layer to a project e.g. if a project needs a video being made, then hire a freelancer to make it.

Or use it to get jobs you don’t want to do e.g. I am hired regularly by designers to build websites they have designed, their expertise is designing the site but they don’t want to build so they bring in a freelancer to do it for them but the client believes it’s being done by their designer / agency.

It’s horses for courses whether you pay someone to do a job for you but I always believe if you have something else to be doing then pay someone to do the jobs you don’t want to do as it’s much more productive of your time.

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Gareth_Gillman says

You just need to join them up e.g.

.info_box_style4 .icon_style4 .info_box_style3_content {
 padding-left:70px;
}

It will then look for class 1, then class 2 and then class 3 before adding the styling to the final class

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Gareth_Gillman says

Why don’t you code the items in columns having each slide(column) hold 2 items one above the other? In this case both Owl Carousel and BX Slider would do the job.

ah, good ol’ CSS columns, didn’t think of that… might go with that route

An example of what I am looking for is http://www.jssor.com/demos/tiled-menu-slider.html if anyone knows of any other slider that does that.

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Gareth_Gillman says

maybe try this: http://owlgraphic.com/owlcarousel/

Currently using Owl which ia awesome but I need to have multiple rows of items per “slide” which it doesn’t do

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I am looking for a jQuery slider (paid or free) for a project I am working on, it needs to be able to handle multiple items per slide (in grid format) and the next page will have x more items

It’s either me searching for the wrong terms as I can’t find one that does what I need

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You need an extended license and the authors permission (email etc). Most of the top authors will agree to it but you do have to ask
Mmmmmm purchase a plugins is required ask before to use it?  is Wondrous ? But why purchase alone as extended enough to get a license?

Basically the extended license wasn’t meant for authors to buy plugins and to provide in their themes but it ended up being that way, the author of the plugin reserves the right to refuse to let someone use their plugin in another theme but most authors will agree (revolution is one of them it’s used massively).

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You need an extended license and the authors permission (email etc). Most of the top authors will agree to it but you do have to ask

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Gareth_Gillman says

Totally agree with PL, you’re looking for 2 different things:

1) The design is the theme, you can use almost any design which suits your intended website

2) Features like Adverts are added via plugins, there are tons of advert plugins on Codecanyon

Themes are generic for a mass market appeal, it’s upto you to customise it to your project requirements, that could be adding plugins to add features or it could be hiring a developer to add more unique customisations.

At the end of the day, you’re getting a $15k+ theme for $60, no theme is ever going to fit any website requirements 100% and will require some work to modify the theme to fit.

If I buy a theme for a customer, I always add on at least 5 hours of work to the project as I know they will want things that the theme doesn’t do or has.

Themes are a starting point to a website, it’s not the end solution

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Gareth_Gillman says

Full Page Scroll, a plugin which handles this is http://alvarotrigo.com/fullPage/

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