I’d like attention of fellow authors and envato staff.
- Is it allowed to market items from envato (graphicriver, codecanyon etc.) on my social network, for referrals ofcoarse ? - And do i need to get permission from authors ?
It might seem weird but I’m actually new to all this (WP) and would appreciate if someone would recommend a theme with similar functionality as (ofcoarse at TF): www.premiumpixels.com/
Login, subscribing, uploading freebies and sending to subscribers, forum etc.
Which one would be better to submit on TF ? 1) Responsive Single page HTML project OR 2) Responsive Single page WordPress theme? (consider same design for both)
and Why ?
As the topic says, what do you do to sell your products more ? And does it really affect any sales ? Would feel great to hear from you.
I’ve been designing sites (psd only) for a while. I’m sticking to the 72dpi but my client needs the design to be ‘retina-ready’. Also, i couldn’t find a single psd supporting ‘retina display’ in this marketplace. I’m curious, if i have to create a design supporting ‘retina display’, how many files am i supposed to make because it requires 2 files i.e, one in 163ppi and other in 326ppi dimensions (plus one 72ppi ??)
I’m wondering if i take wordpress’s TwentyEleven as a starting point and make a complex theme out of it with custom-made admin options etc. Would it be allowed to put it on TF for sale ? Also is it a child theme or run on its own ?
I think I can help with this by describing my experience. I just started this January with no idea on how to develop for WP, and now I have 2 themes in TF
I started out by making sites using WP, I created 3 basic corporate websites using themes I bought from TF. I customized the hell out of these themes so I started to gain experience on how they worked.
Basically I read a lot of the WP codex while customizing the themes to get an idea on how stuff worked and how they’re implemented: widgets, the menu, pages, posts, and custom posts. The codex is a bit overwhelming, jumping to the examples part helped a lot for me.
Then after I finished on the sites, I started to create my own theme. It’s hard to start from scratch, so I found an amazing blank WP framework: http://whiteboardframework.com/ I downloaded this, then started customizing the layout in css. Afterwards I went on to changing the script files for pages and posts. During this stage I was very confused on how all the scripts fit together, the codex helped a lot here:http://codex.wordpress.org/Theme_Development http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Hierarchy
After that, it was just a matter of customizing part by part to have them look and behave the way I wanted. Here’re some links that really helped me build my own theme framework:
Custom post types: http://justintadlock.com/archives/2010/04/29/custom-post-types-in-wordpress
Creating widgets: http://www.packtpub.com/article/how-write-widget-wordpress-3Goodluck!!!
One year old thread so i’m not sure if i’ll get replied or not. But, wanna ask if you’d prefer the same if one has no experience with development ? I do know HTML /CSS but no PHP . So, would this all help ?
i haven’t gone through the entire site (although the contact form was missing), you might have a good hold on back-end. but admit that the front-end is way too boring. you might need to find a good designer who will design and you will code. you can either split shares or pay him a fixed-price for the design, that’s up to you. i think that can work for you ‘coz most developers lack designing skills. you definitely need to team-up with some creative person