Come on… no one can shed light on this for me?
I’ve purchased Graphicriver templates for clients in the past for business cards, stationary, etc. and I was wondering how I can market my branding service w/out grossly advertising that I’m using templates that are available for sale on Graphicriver. I wanted to display 4 or 5 business cards and letterhead samples on my personal site and give people the opportunity to get these items “customized” for a flat rate. I would charge let’s say $50 for b/cards and for each sale purchase an individual license. I would never provide the client the source files, just a PDF so they can submit it to a printer. What limitations are there on how I can display the templates on my site? I wanted to make some mock-ups with dummy info – is that allowed?
From everything I’ve read, the exclusive license wouldn’t really apply here. I’m using this in a single application for each client – my only question is whether Envato has guidelines on how one represents a template on what would be considered a commercial site. I’m not claiming to be the author, I actually was going to give each template sample credit. I’m not selling templates, just customization of templates – Am I ok to proceed?
I sent an email to Envato on this, never got a reply…
I need to have a mockup created that displays a letter sized document being held by an individual with a defocused effect of the area surrounding the document as you see below:
Anyone have something similar? I don’t see any mockups that actually have someone holding a document…
I have a monster of a wordpress site being made and I need someone that’s available over the next 7-10 days to work full time at making the site fully responsive for mobile, tablet and 1200px and 960px resolutions… My developer is so busy with tweaks to our custom posts, etc. he’s not going to be able to devote time to this. Some areas are already responsive, just not all.
If you’ve got good examples of your front-end development work, particularly responsive sites and have time over the next 7-10 days to help us out we would be very interested! Please PM me w/your contact info, and some links to your work – hourly rate would be helpful as well.
We’ve got a lot of projects in the next couple months so this is really the first of what I hope to be additional projects.
I’m in the process of designing a WP listing engine for a real estate firm and they’ve got a considerable amount of listing information they’d like placed w/in the listing posts. I’m trying to figure out if it’s possible with Wordpress to show the custom post fields in a tabbed format. Anyone ever come across something like this?
Any suggestions on where I can find some examples of very custom post types would be great, trying to see what’s available so I can determine what the best way is to allow the user to input all this information.