Unfortunately I need to switch to a new webhosting server. I have 7 WordPress themes currently. So my questions are:
- Shared hosting is enough for me or should I select dedicated web hosting?
- Which hosting service would you recommend?
Title says it all. I won’t bore you with another story. I just ask this feature nicely.
Also if you’re planning to change it, let me know when it is going to change.
I need around 20 fashion photos (dress, shirt, shoe, etc) for the live demo of a WooCommerce webshop. How do you guys get them? Is there a package that I can purchase or should I buy them 1 by 1?
The solution would be very simple, I don’t know why it doesn’t already work like this:
1) Customer orders a job from an author and pays $xxx to ES, ES starts to verify the payment
2) Author completes the job but doesn’t deliver the completed project to the client until ES verifies the payment
3/a) Once payment is OK, author sends the project to the customer
3/b) If payment is not OK, author keeps the project, lost some time but at least fraud client never receives the project
4/a) If customer is satisfied with the project, ES sends the money to author
4/b) if customer is not satisfied, ES checks the project objectively and if project is not OK, customer receives the money back or run another circle with author
4/c) if customer is not satisfied, ES checks the project objectively and if project is OK, author receives money
Imagine how Parallelus might feel now with his name all around the site..
BTW you can easily turn the relatives down by saying: “It’s not something I can teach in 1 day and it’s a lesson that you can learn only yourself. But here’s a list what to learn in order: HTML, CSS, jQuery, PHP, MySQL aaaaand WordPress”.. done.. they’re now occupied for years..
Don’t take this wrong, I’ll be just honest (that’s the way you’ll learn).
The main problem is: it looks like 80% of the recent popular business themes but in a cheaper edition. And it doesn’t bring any new to the table, not unique at all.
Typography is also a problem, the font too small.