[...] if we look at these two websites http://envatomarketplaces.com/ http://www.envato.com/
you will see that currently envato doesn’t have a good webdesigner (referring strictly on the visual side)These two website just look like someone made some tests in Photoshop trying to learn some webdesign.
Don’t agree. Envato.com is excellent. Marketplaces shoud follow in the same direction and be more content (than all these top menus and navigation) oriented.
Too unbelievable to be true
Thanks collis, I enjoyed reading your post. It’s amazing to see how the community is growing and be a part of.
Damn, it’s a great news! And UI is awesome
I would just like to draw attention to the missing active tab image, just a detail
There should be a licence file in the package with licence terms that apply to your purchase. Unfortunately there is just a link to the webpage.
Currenty there is a statement which is applicable on the day of the purchase.
Multi Domain License – Allows fancyBox to be used with an unlimited number on any commercial website you develop in the future, at no further cost.
There is nothing about resale conditions but there is a sentence: “used with an unlimited number on any commercial website you develop in the future” and in my opinion it clearly allows the use of fancybox with unlimited number of commercial themes for multiple clients and I’m pretty sure it is a one time fee.
If the author doesn’t agree to such conditions he should put such information in the licence otherwise he may change his mind next week and inform via e-mail that even a paid licence is only for non-commercial. Nonsense.