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kungfu-themes says

mine is #cccccc

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kungfu-themes says

It’s a nice start, but you have to think about it from a buyer’s POV. Like you said if there is nothing to slice to create a html, why bother even buying it?

PSD files needs detail into order to sell. You are always running a risk with a purely minimal theme.

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kungfu-themes says

Yes I agree with manuel, even as a html it is not up to par. For a photoshop file it is definitely a long way off. Good luck.

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kungfu-themes says

I think this might be more likely to be accepted as html

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kungfu-themes says

Sorry no.

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kungfu-themes says

A very quick one would be

-Spacing issues, for example the top menu is not center aligned -Typography hierarchy, in the way fonts naturally go from largest to smallest, the menu fonts look too small. -Typography – is that comic sans in there! Wow that was brave ;) -vertical spacing the gaps between sections look way to big. -slider doesn’t appear to function properly -some elements are quite cramped. -Yeah it’s not responsive.

Hope that helps you a little.

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kungfu-themes says

looks good, but it’s not responsive. would it be worth doing?

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kungfu-themes says

End result looks much better.

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kungfu-themes says

I think part of the problem has to do with step by step, ease of understanding.

Personally, I like Symil’s builder and am thankful for the amount of work he has put into wp dev and releasing that open source.

In my opinion if you know how wordpress works and you write and save using php to a db the only real difficultly on a page builder is the front end. In other words the jquery, so I’ve put together a little demo and stripped it down to its most simple needs.

It should provide the base to build a full page builder from there.

http://jsfiddle.net/4x6S7/10/
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kungfu-themes says

best to post an eg on jsfiddle

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