I think every author noticed this a week ago, and knew the only explanation: Envato is a Honey Badger.
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Don’t wait too long though. Authors can remove their items at their discretion, so if you haven’t downloaded a copy for safe keeping you’d have to contact support for a refund.
Ignore that. Just because a theme is categories under “Fashion” or uses fashion products in its demo doesn’t mean it’s only a fashion theme. Most of the designs are universal and would work equally well for everything from power tools to make up. Altering a few colors can greatly change the perception and tone of the design.
Does using someone else’s work sound ok?
Unless you have explicit permission from the creator, the answer is no.
@ pixelentity — What build tool do you use?
My typical theme directory looks like this:
# Wireframes, drawings, etc before working on design in the browser /concept/assets /concept/layout /concept/pages # Database backups # Archive of customizations done for buyers for easy reference # Diffs between platform releases /dev/backup /dev/customization /dev/diffs # All the theme documentation /documentation # The editable PNG, PSD, AI files for assets used in the site /source # The ThemeForest icons and preview images # The ZIP packages that are uploaded to ThemeForest /themeforest/preview /themeforest/releases # Where all the production code/img/css/etc is /web-root
@ purethemes — I’m using GitHub.
Sass + Compass is inarguably the most powerful choice and the most actively developed. I use them for everything.
I’ve been using git to track my projects for a while, but just the code usually. I’m curious if other authors are tracking more in their repos. Possibilities:
- Code (HTML, CSS , JS, etc)
- Production assets (icons, logos, fonts, etc)
- Source assets (PSD, Fireworks PNG , AI)
- Media files (photographs, video)
- Documentation / Read Me
- Other stuff
What does your folder structure look like?
I’m curious how you keep your products organized and versioned during development. Share your workflow below. The more detail the better.
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