This is what I’m talking about:
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I just don’t need any of these panels. The console does a great job, what else should I need?
And BTW, I’m using DigitalOcean and I love it.
Today you can enjoy providing free services, which should be paid, but tommorow you’ll get tired doing this for free and it will be too late because you started it and too many followed you. Don’t do something that you’ll regret later. This is my message for everyone who is doing this.
@FinalDestiny, you know very well what is good and what not. Setting up a the demo data is ok, i would say, if it can be done very quickly, but this shouldn’t be advertised in item description. In a very short time every buyer will expect this from you and you will start to hate doing this for free… This is how everything is born here, remember “responsive”, “one page”, “page builders”(but this is not a feature).
Just tell to your client that you are using a theme to decrease the time needed for creating his site. Also explain him that using a theme will cost it much cheaper than creating it from scratch. BTW, you chould charge more than 200$ if you’ll have to do big theme modifications.
100% agree. It’s OK to give to the buyers an “one click demo install” button, but a free install, theme customization is unacceptable. I saw a few authors doing this and they should really stop this type of marketing.
<a href="demo-1/index.html"><img src="img-demo-1.png" /></a> <a href="demo-2/index.html"><img src="img-demo-2.png" /></a> <a href="demo-3/index.html"><img src="img-demo-3.png" /></a> <a href="demo-4/index.html"><img src="img-demo-4.png" /></a>
I personally don’t like the bootstrap. Looks like many authors and buyers prefer it but I will not use even if this will affect my sales.
This is all not at all specific to VC but JS and WP.
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