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Morad
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Hey,

I want to discuss some issue! The power of Instapage is the builder which make users build their landing pages without needing any experience of at least HTML & CSS. But as i observed, i found that Instapage miss the abilities than can be provided by jquery plugins or using for instance CSS3 animations.

I found that we can use custom HTML, CSS or even jquery plugin. But in this case, the user needs to have knowledge about HTML, CSS or maybe how to deal with jquery plugin. So now we are dealing with Instapage as a normal workflow of designing a website, not fully using the builder!

So how i should deal with this case, have i keep the Instapage concept of the ‘builder’ with no any deal with code, or increase the page with high functional jquery plugins and CSS3 effects? but then we will lose the Instapage builder power and force the user to have webdesign experience!!

As i see until right now for the approved templates, over 90% of them keep the 100% power of Instapage builder. But i found a template which using CSS3 transition and FontAwesome which are not built in the Instapage builder! and it’s very clear (at least for me) that this template is the best till now between others designs as it’s supported by CSS3 and FontAwesome, and i repeat it force the user to have knowledge about HTML & CSS.

So how i can deal with that? and how the evaluation of the contest will come? Is it will depend on how much features in the template whatever it’s from the built in builder or by custom HTML/CSS of Javascript?! But for sure any webdesign projects need to be with higher features, and this will lead to in sometimes to use the builder little!

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Morad
says

But in this example, class=”icon_style4 is before class=”info_box_style3_content”. So if i want to reverse the order for them, then how i can apply the same idea?

<div class="info_box_style3">
    <div class="info_box_style3_content">

        <h4>Premium Themes</h4>
        <p>Duis autem vel eum iriure dolor in hendrerit in vulputate velit consequat.</p>

    <!-- end info box style 3 content -->
    </div>
    <i class="icon_style4 icon_rounded fa fa-leaf icon-1x" />
<!-- end info_box_style3 col-sm-4 -->
</div>
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Morad
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Thanks for help guys! :)

After i made the thread, i tried to search for the method. I actually found in http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/the-30-css-selectors-you-must-memorize--net-16048 and i found that it’s ‘next sibling selector’ as you replied.

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Morad
says

Hello there! :)

I have this HTML code:

<div class="info_box_style3">
    <i class="icon_style4 icon_rounded fa fa-leaf icon-1x" />
    <div class="info_box_style3_content">

        <h4>Premium Themes</h4>
        <p>Duis autem vel eum iriure dolor in hendrerit in vulputate velit consequat.</p>

    <!-- end info box style 3 content -->
    </div>                
<!-- end info_box_style3 col-sm-4 -->
</div>

What i want to do by CSS is if class=”info_box_style3” has class=”icon_style4, apply padding-left: 70px; to class=”info_box_style3_content”

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Morad
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I agree with the font issue. Try using ‘Raleway’ font for headings, and use ‘Open Sans’ for paragraphs and other texts. Also take care of padding and indentations.

Also, the red color is something dark for me. It might need to be more brighter red. Also images used in parallax sections is not looking fullwidth, i’m using 1920px width screen. So it gives me empty spaces in left and right [like in Title Holder]

The best advice is to analyze the most popular items and work on the same approach. Don’t feel confusion, your work is great but follow these notes and make the proper changes needed. Good luck!

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Morad
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Ya! Thank you. Happy Eid!! :)

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Morad
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Yes you can! But for which month you made withdraw? If you are talking about withdraw you made in September, then the withdraw is already proccessed and cannot be cancelled, because you can only cancel any withdraw request within an interval of 1 month. Also contact ‘Support’, they could help you! or wait replies of others for their experiences.
the of withdraw is “Requested: 30 Sep 2014” bad luck :(

So contact ‘Support’, they may help you.

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Morad
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Yes you can! But for which month you made withdraw? If you are talking about withdraw you made in September, then the withdraw is already proccessed and cannot be cancelled, because you can only cancel any withdraw request within an interval of 1 month.

Also contact ‘Support’, they could help you! or wait replies of others for their experiences.

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Morad
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Awesome! Happy!! :bigsmile:

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Morad
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Yes, I would have hard-rejected your theme, just as I would have done with 50% of the themes already for sale. I’m not going to pinpoint what it is missing or what is not looking very tight, but try getting the most out of sites like cssawards or articles about top aesthetic web-designs. You’ll learn a lot from that!

Yes crozer. I accept with you 100%.

The best thing to do is to check the most popular works here and make analysing for their features, and why they are successful. Then work on the same approach with adding some creative features.

For the most acceptable section to me of your design is the footer, although it’s not giving new or attractive features. But for the rest of design, i see that it’s clearly miss the needed quality features that should cope with the very successful designs here.

So what your design need? You can get that by making comparison with the most famous and successful works here and make an accurate analysis for why they are successful.

This is what we all need here!

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