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NeutrinoTeam says

Hi all,

I’m looking for a design for widgets area, but all I find are very clean and with minimum of graphics. I understand that’s the trend, but if someone knows of templates that has that extra, like this one: http://themeforest.net/item/business-template-10/113613?sso?WT.ac=category_item&WT.seg_1=category_item&WT.z_author=kaisersosa

I would really appreciate if he/she drops a line here.

Thanks !

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NeutrinoTeam says

Drop me a line through my profile page

Thanks. I will

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NeutrinoTeam says
Nope, they can’t :)

Well here you can if the attitude is on the limit of abuse (of course you will need to settle this on court) but definetly no one can force you to stay a month where you suffer. I’m not saying I’m suffering right now. not at all, but sometimes when you can’t get along with the client anymore it doesn’t mean it’s your fault….

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NeutrinoTeam says

Thanks all for your comments and support.

I will consult a family relative of mine of the legal perspective. And I think I’ve learned somthing here about the contract (altough I was very happy with it till now).

Right now I think I will try to put a deadline + new sub-contract that clarify “what if” and new schedule.

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NeutrinoTeam says

if the contract states this, you need to pay up and go on your way (painful as it may be, it could actually prove more productive than going for another 8 months)

In a way I agree, but I think that’s not fair. For example, for non-freelance people who go to work and the boss treat them like @$&! . They can quit and it can be considered as if thery were fired, since they can’t stand it anymore. And I think this is the situation here.

But what I really thought to do is what @skywarrior said – give a deadline. I think this is fair. Even a deadline of two month, and what we make in these two months are yours (the client) what not – not.

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NeutrinoTeam says

Yes of course we did… The contract says what’s our responsibility for time schedule and not his, and of course we are not the problem here… so the contract doesn’t gives us any power to stop this project.

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NeutrinoTeam says

Hi all,

I need an advice here. I have a client on an ongoing pretty large project. Unfortunately this project seems to go nowhere. It’s been about 8 months now and we are still on the homepage design. Although it’s looking great, this client seems to have difficults to make his own decisions. The designer has quit already after too many changes he asked, and the long time it took him to give a feedback for each sketch. So… what should I do ?

I must say that if I quit or cancel the project I need to pay back everything, after doing so much work this can’t be the answer. You will probably think that the website is poor and that’s why it takes so much time. Well it’s not. It looks really good, and even the client admits he loves the design.

Thanks for any advice in advance

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NeutrinoTeam says

Hi

I’ve got rejected for this “Launching Soon” Template. You feedback most welcome: http://www.neutrinoteam.com/envato/ignition/

Thanks

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NeutrinoTeam says

Thanks for the replies.

@Ivor – I do understand your point of view, but sometimes you can save a lot of time for a confused customer who just don’t understand what’s wrong in the string format he or she filled in. But in general I really agree with what you have said.

I’m surprised that such a nice framework does not include validation and more flexibility. I was surprised that there is no date picker as well. But bottom line it satisfied.

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NeutrinoTeam says

Hi there,

I’m implementing the OptionTree in my WordPress new template. I’ve set all settings with option tree and everything works great. Two things I would love to know:

1. Is it possible to make a field required (mandatory), that cannot be left empty for example. 2. Is there a way to validate to input ?

Thanks.

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