If you use the same handle when loading scripts via plugin or functions.php, WordPress will check and make sure the script won’t load twice.http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_register_script
Quite a few of those one page templates have all the required elements to be easily transformed into multi-page websites, even if they are all presented in a one page format. So many of them are really stunning visually. Would be a shame to exclude all just because it would be a little bit more work to port them to multi-page.
Besides the fact that I don’t get why the OP felt the need to attack Ruben’s statement on the public forum – would have found that pretty inappropriate if the author’s name was mentioned – I’m 100% on Tom and Ruben’s side here.
He simply expressed a personal belief that was not targeting someone in particular and as far as I know we’re still free to have personal beliefs.
Ruben, congrats on Huge mate. Looks wonderful and it’s a jewel in a mass of same-old-same-old. Have a couple of thoughts/suggestions about it after previewing it on my iPad and if you have nothing against it, I’ll send you a message about it on Monday cause this weekend I’m kind of offline. Felicitari!
Also had to make a choice between Mini 2 and Air. On the spot, the choice got so simple. The Air is so damn light and easy to hold, carry. Side by side, the difference in screen quality was pretty obvious. THe colors and whites were actually better on the Air (guess, it will take a new generation of Minis to fix it – heard there were also reports in terms of color number support).
If you worry about the weight, the Air is really light. The only valid reason I’d see for getting the mini is if you do a lot of typing on landscape and your fingers don’t really cover the keyboard easily while holding, or if you have really small bags and you can’t fit the Air any way you’d try
Air is awesome.
vamtam, Rich and Jonathan, thanks guys for your posts. Good insight and thought provoking.
Mate, I am sorry to say but it’s nonsense. I don’t see any actual ripping off anything. It’s called the risk of designing multipurpose generic themes. You and the other author alike are using design concepts widely available these days and if I go back before your theme was released, I’m sure I can find some circle portfolios that I could accuse you of “ripping off”.
To me it doesn’t look like a rip. Just a usage of the “same-old, same-old”.
PS: Also not really sure the “name calling” is okay on forums. You should have taken this up with Envato Support.
Have a read here, might shed some light on the matter.http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/using-images-of-popular-brands-in-your-templates/114285
My personal opinion: Stay clear from those logos, even if just in demo’s. It might be interpreted as if those brands endorse your product and that’s not right.
Thanks again for your help!
AHA! So that’s what’s holding up the queue! :)))