Nice tip! thanks!
Hello all, I’m a few days away from submitting my first HTML template (woohoo!).
I figured I would start simple so I build a responsive HTML5 site. It has multiple pages and since it is HTML there is no php.
When I submit all my files, I’m guessing the best practice is to redundantly add the header/footer in each HTML file correct? And if the reviewer has any feedback I will need to update each file.
Is it best practice to submit it as HTML files rather than php file and use includes?
Thanks for your time.
Does this happen to others? My weekend sales are usually 70% less. Sounds normal right? I mean it is the weekend. I just need to figure out a way to get that up a bit.
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Thats a big number 0.o
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I would say yes. It adds continuity and If a buyer gets to know your files, they might jump right to yours because they trust the work.
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Lynda.com I use it a lot. Lots of great tuorials on there. It is not free though.
That looks pretty professional, for sure. Can you vouch for the HTML/CSS/JS tutorials? I noticed you only have GraphicRiver items submitted. I’m mainly going to need it for the coding aspects.Thank you mitdralla!
I do GR in my spare time. By day I am a software engineer focusing on PHP, HTML5 and CSS3. All their Wordpress stuff is great. PHP and HTML CSS.http://www.lynda.com/search?q=html5&x=0&y=0
Ofcourse things can be really general starting off but these lessons get really indepth.