Well, the only thing then is to write css for older version of IE, or hire a coder to do that for you..
It depence… About two or three days in most cases..
Hi, welcome . Put files for preview (working theme) on your server and put a link in the field “demo url” when uploading. If you have extended licence for the images, then include them in main files (for download). If not, put a placeholder. But state in the item description that images are not included in the main files. Good luck
Yap, doesn’t look so good in IE8, try to contact the author..
That theme is compatible with IE8 – IE10, so if your clients are trying to access your website from older IE, that could be a problem..
To include it in download files, you must buy 1 extended licence for each TF item. It is stated in their descriptin for Rev Slider.
well the excellent choices are fotolia.com and 123rf.com. You can buy images there and use them for preview (not include them in download version) – it’s cheaper and you don’t break any copyright laws. 123rf is much cheaper then fotolia and also has great image library to choose from. You can also check photodune.net, but according to new rules, I thnik you must ask for authors permission (not 100% sure, check that).
Well done , congratz!