My favorite: Otters hold hands when they sleep so they don’t float away from one another. – And the video is addorable.
When you purchase a premium theme you should expect to save some time and money and never expect to have your site done once you install the theme.
Most of the themes here have a settings panel, maybe a page builder and some widgets to be used if needed. If you start a website you should know what you are doing and not just copy/paste everything. So, if you don’t know the very basic of HTML/CSS you must hire someone who can customize your site or learn these.
Again, when using a theme you have 50-60% of the work ready-made for you, the rest is up to you. If you have no idea how a site works, you should never open it because later will be even harder to manage if something goes wrong.
NestoLab, Themeforest does not allow this. Every item should include a documentation file inside of downloaded pack. But anyways if I would make the docs available online they will never be accesible for public, just for real buyers.
This is the reward for Open Source.
Nothing special 50% of the items from TF can be customized to look like this.
Any jQuery Tab plugin + WP_Query. You can query posts, comments in each tab and display them as a widget. Make sure to reset each query using wp_reset_postdata(); or wp_reset_query();
Ask the author of this theme, he is the only who can help you.
It all depends by your skills. If you are comfortable with PHP and mySQL, then your possibilities are limited only by your imagination, else you’ll have to choose a CMS that can be extended with a minimal effort. So, if is to talk about Wordpress(since is the most popular right now), it will be easy to archieve all this if you can write php scripts without tutorials/copy/paste and have for reference only the WP Codex.
To make the payment system you need only a provider(ie: Paypal), and using the API add the data about payment to DB. After this you’ll be able to open some features depending on user payment which is saved in DB and update that data depending on user’s actions.
Also you must track the time when the user watch the movie, because something can go wrong and if the user does not watch the full movie, it should be able to resume it without paying again for it.
Something like this. I think you got the idea.
So, to answer th OP question: Any CMS is good, but I wuld choose Wordpress(it’s just a preference).
Yes it is allowed as long as you include dev files as well which should include comments and non-minified code.
Ahh, this must be fixed asap.
BTW, if you try to access the link ’.../portfolio’ directly, it is still accesible for non-logged users.