here are some templates that didn’t get approved:
euh okay, for which reason?
Sorry your right
The first website I’ve made is here:
http://www.strombox.info/index.php/mariage_bruno_kaat this was made by Expression Engine. Then a forum, also Expression Enginehttp://www.strombox.info/index.php/forum
I’ve others also, but don’t know the URL ’s I’ll have to check at home.
I’m trying to make way through the “world” since it is a passion for me for nearly 2 – 3 years. But I’m having a hard time to make my templates approved by TF.
I only have 1year experience in this domain, but didn’t have “big” customers, it where just some friends and people how wanted a website, blog, nothing really fancy, just simple and neat.
For most of the time I was receiving some real good feedback from my clients and so I was looking for a way to create templates and then sell them, so I found this marketplace and wanted to get my hand on it.
I’ve uploaded several times different templates (all site templates) but none of them was accepted. I’ve spend many hours working on the templates doiing my best to make it work for every browser etc …
So I was wondering how you guys had your first step in this marketplace? I don’t have anyone in my family/friends who has any idea how webdesign works, so it’s difficult for me to get some guidance and I think that I need some.
just turned 28 last week.
Daytime job: CITD (Customer Interface Technology Developer) “Night time” job: trying to go freelance webdesigner
I was just looking at the w3schools site: IE Stat and I was wondering if it is still needed to add IE6 support when creating new templates from now on?
I mean, for the moment there is only 12.1% of IE6 usage, IE6 is a real pain in the A.. so from my point of view I’ll just stop supporting it from now one