Guys… that was very rude to bash DigitalImpact when he clearly said TM, not TF. I think a formal apology is due here.
To answer your question, you need to change the ‘z-index’ property of the logo to something higher (e.g. 999).
Okay, now they’re getting silly.
I think it is a cool idea. Also, it might be cool to have links back to people’s themes that do get approved for sale on ThemeForest. So you could have a person’s rejected file for free, but have something next to it that says, “check out my pro themes at themeforest.net”. That would help promote themeforest and the authors at the same time. I like the names epicera suggested.Wow, that’s a great idea. It will give authors a reason to upload their rejected work for free. In return, they will receive publicity to their paid work.
I would love to be part of this team because I have several rather good projects finished that got rejected but I just didn’t feel like fixing because I lost the inspiration. Also I’d love to do anything to help the website, so feel free to contact me if you need absolutely anything.
Very nice! Gorgeous interface too!
Funny idea though (not sure of it’s real world viability besides our rather narrow niche of interest as authors).Basically a free theme website with advertisement for ThemeForest and its authors. I doubt ThemeForest will agree to something like this, so it will likely just be a separate website with links back to ThemeForest.
I have thousands of them, but I only stick to a couple of very high-quality (and popular, I guess) because I don’t feel like sorting through 5000+ fonts to see which one works.
So what are your favorite fonts? What are some fonts that are under-rated or unheard of? Feel free to include the names of any that you think look good.
Does anyone know what custom font is used on that website? Like for the logo and navigation? It looks soooooo good and neat.
Edit: Nevermind. I think it’s Gotham.
Great template but I’m honestly getting verrrrryyyy bored of the Mac and same exact sliding technique on every theme…