Providing support isn’t an obligation. When a customer refuses or is incapable of following simple instruction let them deal with the problem on their own.
Help those who want and are fully open to support.
Instructions are usually provided in the theme’s documentation.
I’m working on a client project at the moment and would like to style a select menu. The system I have in mind is quite unusual.
I want a height of 60px per item and a 50px post thumbnail in there. Is this possible or am I chasing a dead end?
After months of casually playing around with ideas I’m the first to admit that my design skills aren’t up to scratch. I’m looking to partner up with a designer and get started in the new year.
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While we’re on topic here. I knew you could use images bought over at PhotoDune in the demo but do you need the extended license to do that?
You can’t create a WP version of someone elses work.
WYSIWYG editors often spit out low quality code so imagine the problems you’ll have using a program to build an entire theme.
If you compress the code the marginal performance increase you’ll see will be far outweighed by support requests from buyers who can’t work out how to modify xyz.
I was getting excited to see a new Apple product lol.