With a bit of coding you can, copy the contents of page.php into a new file (will need to do this via ftp in the theme directory (wp-contents/themes/theme-name) and rename it to header-template.php.
Now remove the following:
<?php get_header(); ?>
and replace with:
<?php /* template name: header-template */ ?>
Now go to the pages area in the wp admin, find the page you want to remove the header from and on the right hand side template look for the text template (should be second box down) and in the dropdown select ‘header template’.
Publish the page and voila you’re header won’t show on that page
Fixed is now any way, was missing a z-index – spent 2 hours looking for the issue last night and then decided to ask for help today and found the error nearly straight after
Enabled saidhaha, but come on, Its not like Envato has only 3 or 4 reviewers, does it? (That would definitely be a shocker )
Be patient guys, reviewers are human as well ( yeah, it was a shock for me too when I first found out ) and they have their needs! It’s funny that authors always complain about the lack of exposure, now they complain about too much exposure!
There are only 2/3 who work on TF items – Ivor, Kailoon and Japh (not sure if he still does) so yes they have 2 reviewers but they were hiring for more.
Had some spare time while watching first half of this football game … started coding up the mockup
You can see it here
It’s built on Bootstrap 3 using glyphicons, the typography needs work and only built the GR version but gives you an idea how it will look / function.
I will keep adding to it over the next couple of days to get a complete page done and then let someone build it into the api / greasemonkey it
If anyone wants the code you can get it from here
I already told him I can’t build from scratch. And I don’t have a problem with being honest about it, because I see myself as a webDESIGNER, and not a developer. If he wanted to have some really fancy website – with multiple parallax scrolling, or total 100% speed optimisation via sprites and all that – I would tell him to go elsewhere, or that I could get a developer on board.
But: He wants something really simple. Basically: - flat design, white background - 4-5 sections max (home, about, contact, portfolio - 3 column portfolio - no sidebar - simple footer with newsletter subscription button
no fancy effects or anything… but bundled with woocommerce (which unfortunately means: wordpress)And for that kind of thing, there’s plenty of templates to choose from. I keep thinking it’s a psychological thing. “Template = no good”.
It could well be but it could also be for the following 2 reasons:
1) Competition – If 2000 other people have bought the theme, that means there are 2000 potential people with a similar website. I have a lot of clients that won’t go near templates for this reason
2) Branding – When you’re using a template, you’re shoe horning their brand into someone elses ideas but if you build from scratch then you build it from the base and they feel like they are getting something unique which is built for them.
Most clients I offer 2 options, pre-built theme and custom theme and 9/10 choose the custom, even though there is a 500% price difference.
A custom site isn’t always about the custom features, it can be as simple as a different layout that they want to use or just want something a bit more than what a template offers.
At the end of the day it’s all down to perception and I don’t think you’re going to change their mind, they know what they want so it’s upto you to help them get what they want, as they are paying your wages
I have a load of people I outsource work I can’t / don’t want to do. it’s a good idea if you can build up a list like this so when this comes up in future, instead of fighting them you can quickly say I can do this, and get the other guys to do it under your brand, it makes you look better and you’re not turning work away.
Are you allowed to give away an item as a contest if your selling it on here?
Depends on your author status, if you’re a ‘exclusive’ author then no you can’t as you agree for Envato to have full rights to the item.
Lets say you sell the html and WP versions here but didn’t submit the pSD, you can give away the PSD (a few authors I know of do this, give away parts of themes to build interest in their theme / brand)
Be brutally honest with him and say I can’t build a custom theme it’s beyond my capabilities but I am willing to find a good developer and work with them to build one for you.
They will like your honesty and that you will still be involved.
I have a few clients that do you like do, build sites using themes and can dabble in html/css but for custom themes they just tell the client that they will be bringing in another developer to help with the process.
The worst thing anyone can do is lie to their clients, be up front and they will trust you more, knowing your limits is a really good trait.
I am not aware of any theme like that on here but it’s quite simple to do in PC so you could easily buy an existing theme and get it modified to your needs, or get a custom theme made.