Yes, I have experience building sites for clients, albeit nothing on ThemeForest.
Actually, in order to create seamless page transition animations, you would have to have the content of both the pages (or at least some sort of containers / placeholders) loaded on a single page.
You can achieve that with AJAX, or by using iframes.
You might want to check this out (not sure how this works exactly but from what it seems, should do the trick): http://codecanyon.net/item/fancy-ajax-page-transitions/1087587
Great, will be checking back.
Best of luck!
If the badges on your profile are any indication, it looks like you haven’t earned anything to withdraw yet.
If you want to withdraw the amount that you loaded on your account, the short answer is that you can’t, AFAIK. You might want to contact the support in this case.
I turned a fairly decent HP Envy 14 into a Hackintosh around two years ago (it did require quite a bit of trial and error as others have mentioned above). I had no problems with the drivers and everything from CPU to GPU to WiFi was fully compatible.
I bought a lesser spec’ed Macbook Pro 15 a year later.
The difference was IMMENSE.
Moral of the story: DO NOT expect the hackintosh machines (esp. the laptops) to even come close to the experience of Apple machines irrespective of whether or not the drivers for your hardware are available. The premium price is worth it, trust me.