Posts by oscardog

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oscardog
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Had a few offers but going to leave it open for another day or two, so if you’re interested please get in contact!

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oscardog
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I’ve got the rights to develop a PSD in to a HTML theme here on ThemeForest. However I’m primarily a PHP developer, and I don’t have the time to convert the PSD in to a HTML theme.

There’s 64 pages in total provided with the PSD, however the majority of them are reasonably similar (i.e. there’s 10 portfolio pages, that are 90% the same with minor differences and layouts).

The PSD is layered and nicely formatted and ready to go.

I’m open to both paying for your services to convert the PSD to a HTML theme that’s ready for ThemeForest, or a percentage-based partnership. I’d be more interested in a partnership though.

To quality for either, you’ll need to prove you have at least one HTML theme approved on ThemeForest so I can be assured you’ll produce an item that will pass ThemeForest’s approval process.

If the item is a success it’s highly likely this will lead to future themes, as I intend to buy rights to future PSDs.

If you’re interested, please either reply below or send me a message via my profile page.

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oscardog
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CodeIgniter is a really nice framework. Not only is it relatively easy to use with good documentation, it’s very lightweight – especially when compared to something like Zend. It’s my personal choice :)

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oscardog
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Hey,

I have just completed a Joomla theme for sale on ThemeForest. However, being a newbie to Joomla theme development I have come unstuck at actually working out how you “export” it all.

I’m going to provide a full site clone, so everything will be uploaded by the buyer… but I am struggling to understand how to place the database so it’s imported during the install.

So if anyone could point me in the right direction I’d be super grateful. I understand it needs to go in the installation/sql/ folder and named joomla.sql but exporting it from phpMyAdmin results in errors etc so any tips/guides would be amazing!

Thanks in advance!

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oscardog
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Using jQuery is perfectly fine, a very large number of JS-powered items use jQuery. It won’t get rejected on the grounds it uses jQuery.

As for conflicts, if you just use jQuery instead of $ in your code it should avoid any conflicts. I’ve never really had a problem using the $ sign though, it’s only when something like MooTools overrides it that there’s a problem.

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oscardog
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I like it how in Joomla you can knock your entire site out including design. Really amazing how poorly coded Joomla is.
Come on! That can’t be in that way. I think Joomla is more complex, that make it better for programmers. WP maybe is better for designers. Just my opinion.

That’s as much a downside as it is a potential upside. While being great for us is a bonus, having it easy to use for potential clients is far more important – that’s why Wordpress wins every time, it’s 10000000x more user friendly and overall just easier to use out of the box.

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oscardog
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After working on my first ever Joomla site while creating a theme for ThemeForest, I can safely say that Wordpress beats it (in my opinion) on almost every single level.

The way it works is sometimes so retarded it’s unreal, something that should take a few clicks can require you to go into numerous sections and jump about from one to the other, all very annoying.

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oscardog
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Just to let everyone know that 7Studio fixed my problem, I hadn’t named the feature file the same as the fieldset in the Gantry options!

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oscardog
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Sorry for double post but I can’t edit anymore… I think the problem is the layout section. In the footer section it only has 3 positions listed. If I change it to 4 and save, it reverts to 3… if I force it shows 4 but makes one position span two blocks.

That might be the issue? If so… any ideas?

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oscardog
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Thanks for the reply! This is on Joomla btw.

Unfortunately, that didn’t work :( I noticed in other features there is no check to see if it’s enabled so I didn’t think that would be required.

I tried the code, but it didn’t work either… I can PM you a link if it makes it easier. I added the line:

if ($this->get('enabled')) { die('ARGH'); }

To test it, and it doesn’t die… if I put a die() above the class it kills the script so the feature is being processed… it’s just not outputting anything!

Any ideas?

Thanks again in advance :)

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