Of course you will use colors in your CSS, not photoshop images. I mentioned above solution for “picking the right shades” of original color which means you will have to use Colorpicker in Photoshop to pick shade color.
Having it done in CSS automatically with border is not possible. Maybe with LESS (I never used that) or php coded CSS file. For that, you may want to check this out.
- Open photoshop and create new document
- Fill it with main button color, for example green
- Create new layer over that one, fill it with black and set opacity to 5 ~10% (totally up to you, but you should use the same opacity for all other buttons
- Boom – there is your shadow color.
Home page is too long in my opinion. Before, I could see Featured files, New files, files by followed authors, and all that right away. But now, I need to scroll to see “New files” on 1920×1080 resolution, now imagine a customer seeing the site on his 15” laptop… Especially those who visit site for the first time, they will not even know about “New files” section which automatically means new files exposure drops by 60% at least.
Nikola R, DiWave Coders
Very useful, thank you! I think this thread should be sticky because I am sure at least 80% of authors need this.
Interesting thread Here are some, especially for those who like to hear Balkan music:
Recently I had one client ask for discount on one of our items because he already bought previous version which we no longer support, instead we made new version with many improvements and rewritten code from scratch.
Have you guys had such requests and how did you handle them? We are okay with giving discount, or even sending a free copy of new version to ones who bought old one just 1-2 days before new one came out, but we are not sure is it against Envato Marketplace rules?
I have already contacted Envato support, but just wanted to hear your opinions too.