I’d personally like to recommend Vidahost. I moved to them from (mt) a couple of months back and the service has been fantastic. Superb cloud hosting for £9.99 a month, and their average support ticket turnaround is 10 minutes!
I’ve also been with vps.net in the past and they offer some good features, but they are expensive and they suffer from quite a bit of downtime.
Hope that helps!
Congrats, but looks like your host is down atm mate
You don’t need to “add” the PSD files, they are simply included for reference and if you wish to amend designs in Photoshop.
To get the base template to look as it does in the demo, you could either import some demo data (if the author provides it), or follow the documentation to get the theme set up.
If you have any further questions, it’s probably best if you send freshface a message using the form on this page: http://themeforest.net/user/freshface
I personally wouldn’t recommend any free hosting, especially when you can get great hosting for pretty cheap nowadays. If it’s for hosting ThemeForest items, then it’s definitely worth the small outlay for a speedy, reliable host.
||+521888|mitgux said-|| Yes, it seem useful service, but I’m not from USA !!
Neither am I
I get push notifications on my iPhone.
I use this combination and it works perfectly: http://graphicriver.net/forums/thread/envato-sms-boxcar-leafping/54989
Hope that’s a possible solution for you
I had the same last night, and it was already 3am so decided to call it a night. Hit the gym this morning before sitting down again and managed to smash through the block
I always find that if I get away from the screen, and give my mind a chance to “breath” that I’m always coming up with ideas and styles in my head that give me that energy to get past it.
Hope that helps in any way
I guess there are arguments for both, but at the end of the day it all comes down to your needs/target market.
The benefit of snap layouts is not having to resize every individual asset with every move of the browser to keep everything in place. The idea behind them is to target the different device groups (mobile portrait, mobile landscape, tablet portrait, tablet landscape, and deskop/laptop browser).