What about back links? Can be old username linked to the new one?
Have a look at our newest theme, it includes also simple order/enquiry form.
I agree that this can complicate simple edits especially if everybody has it’s own framework, it’s own structure etc. The thing is that themes are becoming more and more complex with all the features that everybody expect as standard now days. I like all the features that current themes have, but it’s extremely complicated to maintain let’s call it “web software” inside html&php mess.
Now, single.php consists of nothing more than a bunch of calls to external functions. If you want to make a very basic HTML edit to the page that single.php represents, you have to first find the function that contains the HTML you care about (not always an easy task) and then find in that file the code that address the HTML tag you care about (also not an easy task).
Even though we separated HTML & PHP , we tried to do it correct way. HTML is separated, but there are standard HTML files inside specific folder. Files are using similar names as their php equivalents. For example logic is in single.php, and html template itself is in Templates/main-single.php
Have a look at our newest theme, it’s specially developed for hotel/hostel/b&b.
Have a look at our Compound wordpress theme here on TF.
@NorthVantage I completely agree with you. Responsive designs are current trendy thing that is probably good selling point during pitch, but I don’t think that specialized mobile versions are better than standard size websites. For example if I browse the site on PC I know where to go, then when I switch to mobile version I’m lost
Hey guys, what about SSL for login form? That would increase security a lot.
Nice idea, just two quick questions.
1. What’s the deadline?
2. Can we still sell that item on themeforest?