Power Elite in 2 years with only 3 items, well it’s definitely a great achievement. I’m right behind you
I was thinking to switch to ‘Elementary OS’ (linux distro) from Windows. As I’m basically a front-end developer and web designer I mostly use sublime text/chrome/nodejs/terminal for development and testing and photoshop for designing, except photoshop every thing is available for linux, photoshop will require ‘wine’ to run.
On the other hand, I really like the interface of this linux distro and wanted to use it for my working environment. What you people suggest, should I switch or not? reasons?
I think the best bet here would be to use a few key pages (not all) screenshots so that buyers can get a quick overview about the theme’s layout, and if it interest him, he can check the live preview.
Well, if you can check all these things by visiting the actual template/theme I don’t see much point of screenshots. Can you elaborate why is it necessary for you?
As per google analytics stats of my templates/themes most customers are using following resolution: (top 5 resolutions)
As I work on a resolution of 1280×1024, I never checked my template/themes above this resolution. So a thought came to mind if most customers are using 1920×1080 we must optimize our items as per these resolutions.
What’s stats do you’ve for customers screen resolutions?
Further, I don’t see any AngularJS category either. So I suppose currently it’s simply not feasible to develop AngularJS only templates, one must have to include static HTML version in ThemeForest package. Although, an additional AngularJS ONLY category would be a good thing.
As @Ivor has said that static HTML version is mandatory. Now Is there any way to auto-compile static HTML files from angular version? may be using some tools like gulp, grunt etc? So that we can develop HTML templates powered with angular but the production version will have pure HTML.