You have a long way to go in terms of design & aesthetics. I would start by learning the principles of design like white-space, vertical-rhythm, etc.
I would suggest adding a header to all sub-pages, since when you open a page like About Us, it does not show which restaurant I am on.
I do not like the menu icons, and you could use some vertical rythm on menu items, perhaps a border seperating each of them?
On “menu” page, the dish names are way too small and descriptions are not readable at all. For mobile content, aim at least 16px in size.
How do you like the Ionic Framework?
I can definitely see this being accepted if coded.
The game grid on the right looks crowded. I would reduce it to three columns.
Spaces on the left and right should be same as the spaces between columns.
I would remove the grey border or bottom elements.
Add a css transition to hover elements.
Move carousel arrows next to the title of that section
On Top Sellers, spacings are off. It should be equal on all sides.
I would start improving the typography.
Looks like a good design, however I think a “flatter” design is more suitable these days.
@ShaneFreer Just FYI, they have a bug right now with WC Multilingual that prevents custom WooCommerce ajax functions from running.
I ‘m going to submit my in-queue item, but the price switcher will be disabled until they fix it.
Relax guys, I have never seen Collis leave anything in the open and they have always been listening to authors on serious matters. I am pretty sure they ‘re thinking of a solution right now.
PS: Found a reason to be glad my country is not in EU right now!
If I buy a plugin or theme and I see an issue, I tend to go into the code and fix it myself. I’ll email the solution to the author so they can put the fix in a future updates. As a seller I sense your frustration and wish that more buyers would realize they are paying for a product, not your time.
Let me know if you purchase any of my themes