Self made man. I was suppose to be an electrical engineer.
Not to be a troll, but the design looks kind of “regular” at this point.
I myself had all my PSD templates rejected by ThemeForest until now, so I know what you’re feeling. Try making something that hasn’t been done until now. I know the reviewers are tough, but that’s why TF is so great. They get all the creativity out of you. Like a bad-as* art teacher.
Maybe you should try getting some nice and very good feedback from http://www.conceptfeedback.com before submitting it again.
I have done it in the past and got some useful advices from the community before sending the mocks to a client.
What’s up with these prices?
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I don’t support IE6 , I will never support IE6 anymore in my entire lifeSame here!
Good questions. I would love an answer to this too.
Personally I like to code in some warning messages like the ones seen on ie6nomore
Linux or Windows environment? I got the same message on an older version of XAMPP on Windows. It didn’t appear when I moved it to Linux.
GPL and MIT licenses are good to use for example.
But check to see if the GPL used by the author allows the code to be used in commercial projects.
Basicly MIT , Creative Commons and some newer BSD Licenses.
My advice: Just read the license word by word. It never hurts.