Will look in to the testimonials being a carousel
The what we do widgets are actually just menus people can use. I should probably change the text so it looks like that!
So after a long time being absent from ThemeForest I’ve finally got a new theme just about ready and was looking for feedback from you guys. Pick it apart!
It is a responsive webhosting theme based on Bootstrap.
Included are 8 PSD and 8 HTML files. JQuery Nivo Slider, FontAwesome.
Demo link: http://dev.evaske.com/MyVPS/
I am looking to get a custom WordPress nav output but I’m struggling to understand where to go with it.
At the moment, the default output for WordPress is this:
<ul> <li>Link</li> <li>Link <ul><li>Link</li></ul> </li> </ul>But what I need to output is the following:
<ul> <li>Link</li> <li>Link <ul><div><span /><li>Link</li><span /></div></ul> </li> </ul>Now I know there is the $before and $after in WordPress but unfortunately if you use this it adds it to every link rather than just the child li’s that I want it to add them to.
I understand this would be done with using the custom walker method but to say I’m confused is an understatement! Can anyone point me in the right direction?
Many of us on here are from the UK, both authors and customers. As Broof said, pay with Paypal and it will take the current conversion rate and just take the sterling amount from either your balance or your account/card
Even I thought of the parcel service and I’m from the UK!
I don’t think your minimalist template would get accepted as WordPress, better think about the conversion again before you start. All the best!
I will just point out. The minimalist theme was accepted in to the HTML category first time without any revisions needed. I think Filler has a good point. From what I can gather WP themes are generally marked on their coding and features (eg shortcodes as well as their framework etc). I think if they were given a decent framework and options panel they could be accepted in to the marketplace.