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byroncorrales says

I think you are in the right way… I feel that the footer list could be improve are to simple now

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byroncorrales says

I would like to know in your experience wich sector has more demand, where I can sell more

  • Portafolio
  • Restaurants
  • Blog
  • Real State
  • Magazine
  • Personal

Thanks

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byroncorrales says

Could you show the design?

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byroncorrales says

Probably you will need to create the home.php or edit it and use the same loop as category page. you should check the wordpress template documentation http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Hierarchy

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byroncorrales says

In the last few days I have seen lots of themes rejected, and some of them are very nice and honestly have a lot of efforts of the authors. I have not submitted any theme yet, on the market but I am planning to do it. But this situation make me think, Which could be the correct process of a perfect submittion.

  • Create the PSD and submit ?
  • Create directly the HTML template and submit ?
  • Create directly the wordpress theme with a lot of effort and special theme programing and submit?

Follow this process could be a little bit painless for the author in the case of a rejection, is not the same just work in a PSD theme that a complete wordpress theme. But also I have read in this forum that exists the wall that in the PSD category are very strict and I am not sure if is a good start.

Some advice, someone with experience of successful submittion in this market, it will be great to hear your opinion about this topic.

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byroncorrales says

i like it, I think that the index is missing some other element that could make it unique.

About the blog layout, the only thing that i do not like it is the icon at top of “post by”.

You should wait more feedback before start to work with the wp theme.

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byroncorrales says

I think that the flower background is a problem

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byroncorrales says

Most of the themes includes the design source in PSD extention. But I work with opensource software like Inkscape and Gimp.

The question is, Do you think that the market will accept a theme that includes a design with the SVG extention? Or will be better idea to do not include the sources and sacrifice my sell price?

Your feedback will be welcome.

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byroncorrales says

The email field and the send button looks the same, there is not difference between a textfield an a button. There are some aligment problems is these two elements too.

I like the background effect … Try to change the tittle font color to white.

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byroncorrales says

They also mentioned “technical requirements” probably is not only how looks, also you need to write clean code and accomplish all the standart

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