You don’t need to include a PSD when submitting to the HTML category.
Heres a few suggestions…
- You need to work on your code, just checked the source and looks like the site was generated with software like Dreamweaver.
- Scrolling through the top carousel, there seems to be some kind of alignment problem, this is also goes towards the Testimonials, notice the images are placed differently for each slide?
- Typography needs alot of work.
- Elements that have a hover should be smooth in transition. For example hovering over the icons is not the way to go, the site pushes down, this shouldn’t happen?
- Contact form can be worked on.
- Non Responsive?
Best of luck
To prevent conflict with other plugins i’d suggest a unique prefix
The update should be fine only a couple of WooCommerce template files have been changed from 2.2.2 to 2.2.3. Most developers custom these anyways with there own code. Be sure to contact the author first though.
Hi @SyamilMJ, Is it support Bootstrap 3 ?
Just checking the elements looks like the plugin does not use the Bootstrap framework but looks dead easy to change the elements.
This is an impressive looking tool and can see how the plugin can be extended to fit our themes. Just wondering if it would be possible to make it slightly responsive with a fluid container rather than fixed. Apart from that it’s looking sweet! Nice work.
Edit: Just wondering if there is an import/export template feature or would the standard WP xml export work out the box?
We have recently gave Viroshop a facelift, it’s still being supported and in good shape considering the theme is over four years old. Lol. The theme is for the WooCommerce plugin originally the eCommerce functionality was powered by the js script simplecart.js, blimey how things have moved on since then.
It’s been a while since i made a post on the forums but i would like your insight of what you do and your steps to be successful in the online business world, whether you create themes or sell graphics or anything really.
I hope i’m not alone but, it takes me forever to launch a new project or even update a theme alongside providing customer support, it feels like an endless circle.. one day the product is upto date and compatible, the next an entire new framework is being developed lol.
I find it amazing how authors can release new items monthly or even weekly and still continue to update and provide support with the current products.
It would be nice to hear from some top authors on their movements and how they handle daily business.
Your insight very welcome.