I like the idea the center flame looks a bit off to be honest.
I see… if I find anything I’ll be sure to let you know.
Just using ubuntu of my usb pen and it works amazing. It even recognised my internet dongle without any issues. Very happy. But the only problem is I want to create a live distro with just packages I need… Such as g++ and Lamp etc.
What is the EASIEST way to go about doing this?
I was thinking use virtual box and create my own custom iso then hopefully just install it to usb using unetbootin?
Would this work?
And maybe this:http://www.jasny.net/articles/creating-a-cross-tab-in-mysql/
Which in turn points to the open source:http://mondrian.pentaho.com/
Although I’m not sure how useful this is as I’ve not tried it myself.
^^ You mean something like that but coded so that it is dynamic?
iamthwee said... which is the main purpose of a theme still, isn’t it?
I think we can all agree that we’re getting to a point where in terms of features, themes are more or less going to have the same things… So in the future the only separating factor will be theme’s design.
Perhaps, your design in photoshop or whatever, is constrained to some degree by what you can code in .css. So even here you are limited.
What I meant in terms of copycatting, is probably more to do with code. At the moment it seems going responsive with that parallex slider thing seems to be very popular. So this tends to be the most copycatted ATM .
I mean, before the 3D cuber was all the rage… In time, something else may replace the parallax slider – which is essentially just jquery sprites animating in for different slides.
But like I said, I think we’re getting to a point where a lot of themes are more or less duplicated in some way or another. But quality if we’re only talking design here, is highly subjective.
Dtbaker makes a good point here. Btw I noticed your theme got accepted- great stuff. I remember seeing that one in the item discussion.
Four options in no particular order.
Formidable pro, gravity forms, Quforms on code canyon, wuuforms.
Of those I prefer Formidable pro as being the best value for money especially if you go for a dev license.
I would just use navicat for mysql. You can download a demo version and join tables with drag and drop…
A non flash version exists here:http://craftshirt.com/
And with the way things are going iphone/ipads you need to seriously consider this…
However, the pricing seems pretty steep.
I don’t think it would take too much time to write your own though. The only issue would probably be the dread ie7-9 compatibility.