When I used a minifier once I noticed an extra ; where the media queries were and IE stopped at that location and the rules below weren’t being applied.
Check that out.
No we don’t know what school yet, she’s looking into a few. wow £2,000/m is just crazy.
I’ll have to do a lot of browsing, the apartment will need to be relatively close to the university, our new office and kinder garden for my daughter. I’m not sure if I’ll be getting a car there, just the thought of driving on the other side of the road is terrifying so easy access to public transportation is essential.
It’s good I have plenty of time to plan this
Yep it’s a big move and very exciting!
The exact location will depend on where the school my girlfriend is going to is located. We are open to anything that’s less expensive off course so just outside London would be fine. I know apartments in London can be expensive.
My girlfriend is going to a university in London so we’re moving from Iceland to the UK maybe in autumn 2014 or early 2015. I convinced my partner here at Bluthemes to take his girlfriend with us and relocate our business.
I’m gonna use a UK based company to set up our LLC for us remotely with VAT, file all the papers etc.
We will need an accountant so if you can refer any good ones that would be great.
I wanted to ask you guys if you have any good advise for us, something that we have to make sure we do before we head off to new adventures.
It could be used to review something like a movie or a game. Graphics: 85%, Audio: 75% etc. Other than that I don’t know, having this for skills just seems silly.
Yeah that’s what we would’ve done but TF admins just removed the item, so everything is gone. It had over 120 sales and was going strong, we’ve been receiving multiple e-mails with inquires to when it will be back up, people waiting for it so they can purchase the product. The only thing that we would’ve needed to do was to change the menu slightly, even when the starting color is blue instead of red then it’s already different.
This hasty decision from Envato support does not make us comfortable having items on the TF market, sadly we are not happy with the lack of communication
We recently uploaded our item Auto Admin – Admin HTML Template and it has been hard disabled by Envato support because it is “far too inspired by another”. We do admit it is inspired the the dribbble shot in question but the only thing that is alike is the menu which we coded and animated ourselves. How is that not all right? Where is the line drawn?
Also it would have been fine to soft-disable it and we could have changed the menu and maybe take the top stripe out to take Ben Garratts design completely out of ours but no, it was Hard-Disabled and there’s no way for us to rescue it? Sales were doing great, with 5-7 sales per day I honestly do not understand how this can happen?
What do you guys think, is this “far too inspired” by Ben Garratts Dribbble design? And if so, is it wrong to be inspired by other artists?
This is great! Thanks.
I will definitely contribute when I start working with this.
PixelBin saidThat’s far from ridiculous. Themes like that take a very long time to develop and you need to keep in mind that if you calculate the work hours an author already has spend from 2000 dollars to even 5000 dollars to create the theme in the first place.
It’s ridiculous what the top-selling Wordpress themes made… some sold $10,000+ and in just a few months.
Hehe, this thread is so old you would have to take into account inflation to make sense of these values now