This still isn’t very clear. Can we use the photographs (regular license) as demo content? Also, are there size restrictions to the photograph being used in a website demo?
The thing about fashion shows is that I never understand why their models are wearing stuff that I never see in public. What’s the point of having a fashion show then?
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So, here I am again. I decided to convert the HTML to WordPress by following the WP tutorials of Jeffrey Way (which are fantastic!). However, when I removed my static content with <?php the_content(); ?>, the sidebar broke again and was placed below the content (again). Then I decided to validate the code and got a few errors but 2 of them said the following:
Error 1: “Line 180, Column 7: End tag for body seen, but there were unclosed elements. “Error 2: “Line 37, Column 22: Unclosed element div. <!
Error 3: “Line 35, Column 65: Unclosed element div.
…le=”display:block !important” class=”container clearfix”><!
-BEGIN CONTAINER ->”
I am totally unable to find what I’m doing wrong. All div’s have been closed. If any of you guys care to help, please have a look at the screenshots:
Sorry but these new terms are double standards. You ask us to use royalty-free images (would that be a boost for Photodune?) yet the other marketplaces are swarmed with copryighted logo’s. Go have a look at the 3DOcean at the NEW items, I see Apple phones, Samsung Tab’s, Android, Adidas, car logo’s (Chevrolet, Mazda, BMW ) and much, MUCH more! I guess that’s not a problem as 3DOcean isn’t exactly succesful and could use a copyrighted item or two(thousand).
Double standards, Envato.
Awesome! Thank you so much Ruben, all has been fixed! I still don’t fully understand the clearfix solution but I now have a starting point. Thanks again!