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krafti
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they used a theme called “ProPhoto 5” just google it :)

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krafti
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no, i guess. its simple each project needs its own license. even if its charity or free project.
be honest with licenses, don’t mess it up. basically you can play around with the code, but if you start another project, think about having a valid license. otherwise how your client feel if he knows you use his license in another project.

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krafti
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you can ask the author of the website: http://themeforest.net/user/digitalimpact :)

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krafti
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not bad :)

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as long you use the theme only one time per license it should be fine. next thing you should ask yourself whats your hourly rate. here i would go for something like that: if you have some basic design and coding skills, no graduation in design schools or university, but do it just in your free time go for something like 15-20 euro per hour. if you think you are somewhere mid level go charge more like 25-45 euro per hour. depends in general on yours skills, how much time you invest and what you spend for get your work done. i hope your client will be fine charge him after doing all work for free. good luck

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krafti
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check out the footer.php of the theme

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krafti
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i use media temple wordpress hosting for my main pages, i cannot recommend it!

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krafti
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I’ll think about it :)

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Yep, and people will definitely spend something for an item they want.

I also think price tags should be visible with VAT included. In 9 out of 10 times I always stop with the buying process if I found out (at the final checkout step) that I also have to pay another 21% VAT. It makes me think twice before purchasing which isn’t a good thing for the company.

I know that businesses have to deal with VAT, but in my opinion it’s better to show prices including VAT, it’s far more buyer friendly if you’d ask me.

And if VAT will be visible directly, don’t set prices like this: $ 16,80, but like this: $ 17,00. Those digits after the ’,’ are only working if they’re ending with a 9 in it, for example $ 15,90 or $ 24,99. However, with prices on a digital marketplace it’s better to leave them out.

Another idea would be to let the user decide how he/she is reading the prices: including or excluding VAT. It’ll improve the overall buying process, because you’re giving the buyer the ability to choose.
+1 . This is important point.

same here, as regular buyer of themes this is very confusing not see the final price. to my mind this is pure deception and not that way to deal with vat surcharges. displaying prices like envato does now infringe the rules of my country in the legal sense. it is made with with good cause to protect the buyer!

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krafti
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mountains to snowboard like a sick bastard!

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