Your website says your website packages start from $4500 so you mean $35/hour ?
SURELY that is the case and it is a per hour fee?
Assuming you have not yet upgraded to WP 3.5 which is seeming to cause some issues in some WP themes until they are updated- then those options should be in the appearance>theme options panel
it is unlikely but possible if the theme was not installed correctly or depending on your php settings that those options may not be visible.
It is quite hard without seeing the dashboard to help. If you want us to try either email email@example.com or post an image of the theme options panel here do we can see what you see. Thanks
@digitalimpact: Actually I agree completely with you, and am a million % on the authors side in any of these discussions, especially given that authors are not required to offer any form of support that most of them go out of their way, above and beyond to help people.
While no I wouldn’t offer customisation in general for free, I guess that in this case it is a pretty minimal alteration (probably a lot easier than some of the support requests and issues many authors must get).
Again though I do completely see where you are coming from
I just bought this theme from the forest and surprise surprise the theme-author seems to know very little about php and what goes under the boot
Given that they built the theme (based on PHP code) that you purchased, it seems a bit unfair to suggest that they know “very little” about PHP.
That said something this straight forward I am surprised the author was not prepared to help you
While I see what u are after there are 2 things u need to consider.
1) while there are fundamental principals of using WP most authors construct the themes in their own way meaning that there is no “one way” to do certain things hence the documentation you receive with files.
2) many of the modifications buyers end up wanting often go beyond simple WP work and refer to modifying the HTML , CSS or PHP . This isn’t something easy to teach and requies someone who knows what they are doing to be involved.
You would be best emailing the author of the theme who will be able to answer all of your questions.
The theme looks like the demo content will give you some if not all of what you see in the demo.
The description does not mention any plugins. Widget wise of course if the footer or any other areas are created using widgets then you need to populate those – thats just how WP themes work. Very rarely see a theme on here which supplies demo content that includes widgets pre complete because you need to personalise it anyhow.
If you have any other queries contact the author
You mean an Ajax style portfolio – there are loads! Remember you can always use the “portfolio” page of a theme as the “home page”. Also most well constructed responsive portfolio designs will all have 1 item per line on a phone.
Only thing you are unlikely to find is social and contact details located top left because that is very bad practice in web design.
Not allowed to link to stuff here so search for “pregame”, “Hive”, “Rime”, “Nemesis”, “Delta” amongst tons of others but thats a few to get you started
Typography is basically the way in which fonts are displayed and arranged online. But really it is an art to design and layout fonts, letters, scale, hierarchy, alignment and much more, based on creating great designs as per the priorities of the page
As web design develops other factors need to be considered like CSS , Cufon and font-face rules.
It is crucial because it influences the users experience and perspective of the page as well as influencing the impact of written content and messaging.
An interesting article here: http://goo.gl/8gJt
Ha ha – support must always be time consuming!
You have it spot on the M is the “portable” one. We actually take it to client stuff and draw on the spot sometimes – you coud take the L with you but its notably bulkier.
From a personal point of view I prefer drawing on a slightly smaller screen in terms of speed and accuracy (especially as it is likely to be modified at a later date), while our lead creative guy likes the bigger displays but he is an old school artist type!
As I said you would be happy with either – Its a shame you can’t see one in real life but i suppose the best advice we can give is that it is a personal preference – the L is a lot bigger and more of a “studio” tool whereas the M is aimed at illustrators and designers in different environments.
Hope it helps and have fun with your new toy!
We use the M version here – to be honest having used both they are absolutely awesome and you would be happy with either.
The M is more versatile due to its smaller size, and for some unexplainable reason seems more accurately sensitive (maybe that just me!) but I guess it also depends on what you are planning on using it for.
They make the M in touch and standard but I would recommend the touch version if you can.
If there is something you want to know in particular just ask
P.s love you work