Maybe it’s something that you’re missing momentarily, as it’s really easy, but you need to replace $term with your variable name which contains the parent taxonomy…
IGNORE all the previous advice from above. Without wanting to sound too harsh, you guys are a bit light in the head.
A parallax effect doesn’t ever get you accepted, or a slider.
To believe that, you might have been watching too much of the top sellers lately.
You don’t need more features. You need a good and unique design. Somehow today it looks like it’s a bit generic, not premium-feel like. As Siddharth used to say: go with a fine-toothed comb over your design. Find the inconsistencies.
Try to find a typographic combination which expresses more feelings of calmness, as the template’s name suggests. I think the weight of the design is too much on the left side and it doesn’t feel balanced in that terms. The menu is not in a very favorable position. It doesn’t stand out as a menu as it should, which means that it’s not intuitive enough to see the menu, and that means you’re putting the user to work ( a no no). I don’t like the added weight on the current page link, either, but probably that’s just personal taste.
These are just a some of my ideas regarding your design. It has potential, work on it, you can do it!
Congratulations FreshFace! Quite an impressive achievement!
I think it’s just action has yet to be taken. Sometimes things are slow … deadly slow.
You can sell anything you want for your themes or any other products on your own website. It’s not allowed to be advertised on the item page, though.
Yes, of course.
Having 200-300 sales is not as easy to achieve as you might think …
And Orange is the New Black
You’re welcome guys!