I think you are misinterpreting the meaning of stock templates – don’t get me wrong – I understand what you are saying, but in the end we produce lots of page styles and to change an “ABOUT US” page to a “WHY US” page doesn’t take a genius to alter.
After all, if you can’t edit html then buying ANY template will be useless as you have to edit the content, and that statement in itself brings us back to your request for different page names.
You will find a lot of templates have pre-styled tables, if you want something more elaborate then I can fully recommend hitting up graphic river where for around $5 you get some gorgeous styled pricing tables.
Styling any page to your requirements is easy as a lot of templates also provide column codes, so you can have as many as you need for your content. They also usually provide full width and left / right sidebar versions too.
You mentioned FAQ pages, again a lot of templates have accordion sections, which is great for FAQ pages – all you need to do is copy / paste the code and edit the content.
Most have twitter feeds and you will struggle to find templates that DON ’T have social icons – and I think contact forms are standard on about every single template.
sorry, it just seems that you haven’t really looked hard enough and that pretty much every thing you asked for is already here – and exceptional value to boot.
If you want to find your htaccess file you will need to click an option either in your file manager or ftp program possibly to view hidden files as htaccess has a periods before it and will not display by default.
However I would contact your host.
That’s a server error – just as it says I believe – you need to contact your host and let them know.
Single license is one install on 1 domain.
Extended is multiple domains and installs.
Hi – you will need to contact the author as they state the wordpress theme is compatible down to IE7 – you can contact them via their profile page contact form.
www.iconfinder.com – search “social” and then check the license – all show details on the license and range from free for commercial and personal use without attribution to non commercial and everything in between.
Hope that helps!
I’ve found that a good diplomatic approach is to request that they “kindly contact me via my contact form from the account you used to purchase the product in order to receive support.” I’ve actually had several instances where the buyer really did purchase from another account and was logged into the wrong one when they posted – or it is a developer working on a project where the client purchased the product. This way you haven’t accused legitimate buyers of stealing while still refusing to support those who haven’t purchased the product.
Hi and welcome – yes the prices are silly crazy here – don’t let that put you off as these are simply some of the best quality ones you can buy.
In essence you are correct by uploading to your wordpress install – please note these themes are for your own hosted solution of wordpress not a wordpress.com account – they do not allow you to upload your own themes. All themes come with documentation and some include access to screencasts to show you how to do various things with the theme and walk-thrus etc.
License terms are simple – 1 purchase 1 domain – however most authors offer extended licenses – you can see the description of license terms here in the wiki – http://wiki.envato.com/buying/licenses-buying/themeforest-regular-and-extended-license-usage-examples/
hope that helps!
Works fine for me – must of been a blip in the matrix. Congrats bud!
Hi Louise – you would be best emailing the author via their profile page or as instructed in your documentation – I would of thought most of how to do things should be explained in the documentation also, however it’s always best to contact the person who created the theme.