The name of the template that you have created, “page-platform.php” suggests that someone needs to create a page and assign the custom template to it, right?
I see more and more themes doing this and I just don’t understand why. I mean there are some really good examples where authors trigger beautiful and snappy animations on scroll but that thing where with just one scroll you move to a lower section of the page must stop (imho). It’s obvious that most authors just test on one screen size and on a different screen size one scroll stops in the middle of nowhere. What do you think?
Oh boy I received mine a while ago and it rocks. Actually the quality of the t-shirt is amazing!
Awesome! I can’t even remotely imagine how difficult it must be to support a community with a population of 4,000,000 members!
I believe what maartin meant was that if you look around there are images used over and over again. Truth is that photos related to food / restaurants etc are hard to find so we have to use the same images in every theme we release out there making the images look boring (as we have already seen them in like 100 themes heh..
Getting in touch with the theme developer is a good idea. Normally he will provide a link for the site he purchased these images from.
It takes 3 – 4 (sometimes even more) days for WordPress themes to get approved (or soft/hard rejected)
10 items, mostly videos. There are some great stuff in there!
Images like these are hard to find for free. Investing a small amount of money on (quality) stock photos always pays back.There are some great website for generic free photos that you can use on your website though http://wefunction.com/8-unique-places-to-find-quality-free-photos/