Thank you for your answer, msrodek!
I was thinking to use squarespace. From what I saw, it’s a great tool and easy to work with.Have a nice day!
I would really suggest you to try a theme from themeforest, using wordpress. It’s not so hard to install, and most of them have really good tutorials and information you can follow.
It’s much cheaper in the long run since you don’t need to pay for the subscription fee of square space. I gave it a go for my site (never done web stuff before), and it worked great. The designs over there look really professional and most authors have a good support system.
This ended up being like a themeforest advertisement But I was very satisfied with the experience so thought you might like to give it a try!
Wohoo, been waiting for this for so long. Well done!
Congratulations. Very inspiring work, well deserved!
I understand your point. I’m more referring to time saving presets/ plugins/ scripts, etc, rather then a preset which you use directly without an alteration. The kind that one can use to add subtle effects to the composition and then modify to match the project’s need, keeping in mind that the item isn’t based on that preset. A clear example of this will be the latest ‘Curva’ and similar projects which facilitate a process rather then create something directly (such as a text preset).
Mm that makes sense so that basically rules out any presets from videohive itself, but what if the preset is available for free and under the creative commons license?
Hi guys, I wanted to ask this question to make sure I’m within the rules.
Is it allowed to use presets/ scripts in our templates, such as text scripts, etc, including scripts which can be bought from videohive itself.
Most templates can do without the presets, but it can save a lot of time to use certain presets, mostly as a starting ground for certain effects, than build upon.
This kia proceed, really enjoying it! Glad to be here
I’m sure it will be worth the upgrade. It always is with videocopilot products in my opinion. Andrew is a genius in the way he and his team tackle plugin production, especially element 3d. It has been very useful for me. What is of concern most the misconception with templates I think, it will need some getting used to for the buyers to know they need V2 to use a certain template.