This is just sad, their display requirements ruin any chance of creativity. Bye, bye Twitter widgets from us too.
You can use HTML in the description, but only basic. Basically it’s same as in forum posts here: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/262
As for the preview, you don’t need to put any html files in the zip file (only screenshots). The live theme preview needs to be hosted on your server and you put the link to it inside the Demo URL field when submitting your theme.
Well, you probably bought a HTML template from ‘Site templates’ category then, not a Wordpress theme.
My suggestion is to make the second theme full-width rather than inside a white container… that would make them a lot different.
It’s a good idea to start all over again. This theme has a lot of typography and whitespace issues.
Make sure you learn more about visual hierarchy, typographic hierarchy and effective use of whitespace before you start working on the new theme.
This is a good start if you’re a newbie. Good luck!
I think it’s great. Only thing I would change is the white shadow on the black text in header, it’s too strong really.
Yeah, me too. I’ve been looking for one for over 6 months… I don’t like entering these dribbble giveaway contests though, don’t know why.
4 sales… and it was the day our first template was approved on ThemeForest. What a great date for a debut, right?
I completely agree with Taaz… You need to work on the titles in the footer. It needs more whitespace and it needs to be smoother and a bit bigger. Otherwise, it’s a nice template.