have some patience and you’ll get sales, its a cool slider.
Currently putting the final touches on my file, and considering what I ought to put into the documentation – was wondering though whether there is a CSS “scrambler” out there that I’m just not finding? I’d like to have a live preview but I really don’t want people to be able to just right-click > save my hard work rather than paying X amount for the whole thing. I have checked out the files already up for purchase and I can see that some of the authors haven’t even considered this. This worries me a bit for their sake!!!
I was thinking into that too but i dont think there’s a way to scramble css. You can scramble your html file tho.
Just a idea…
What do you guys think since this bootstrap skin : [link removed] looks exactly like this one here: [link removed]
The designs is the same, functions are the same but stripped from original.
I still would like to know if the entire Bootstrap directory should be the downloadable or just the CSS and/or LESS file? I think it’d be more user-friendly if the entire Bootstrap directory was the downloadable file.
HigherGroundStudio saidI guess what I am trying to ask is do I include a separate css file (skin.css) or just overwrite the bootstrap file itself (bootstrap.css)?
What exactly is needed for this? I am a little confused with the knowledgebase. Do you include the entire Bootstrap directory as downloaded or just the files that are changed?
I think modifying the “bootstrap.css” itself will create a easier way for keeping the modifications minimal.