Thanks to all who have replied. We’re reviewing the proposals and getting back to everyone slowly. But keep them coming…
Due to ongoing freelance work as well as development of new templates and WP plugins we are struggling to find time to also push our Wordpress themes.
Because of this we are searching for a talented Wordpress theme developer to help out in this department. These themes (1 to start with) would obviously be submitted to Themeforest and hence the developer’s work would need to be of a suitably high standard. To ensure that this standard can be met, the developer would ideally have either done this kind of ghost development for others here on Themeforest or have a Wordpress portfolio of their own. We are developers ourselves and sticklers for clean code and adherence to Wordpress best practices and would expect the same from the chosen developer.
The template which we require converted to a WP theme is our Brandspace template (see our portfolio). As compensation for this work, there are 3 options, ranked in order of our preference.
- A fixed one time fee.
- A one time fee + sales percentage (for a fixed time).
- A sales percentage.
If this is something you might be interested in, take a look at the template and contact us via our PROFILE PAGE (ignore autoresponder) with a proposal and mention your required rate for each of the above 3 options, which would allow you to take on the work.
The Pixelentity team
||+460208|duotive @bitfade – everything here is viewed as a “feature” even google fonts integration so excuse the term.i didn’t explain myself: speaking of a template, googlefonts can be in there or not, same as canvas, audio or video tags.
HTML5 template means nothing functionally, it just validates against that spec and one could use HTML4 or XHTML prefix in the very same way.
skyer2000 saidtry using mod_rewrite rule, it should be a lot simpler.
It works fine on basic pages, but when preloaders get mixed in I can’t get it to function properly.
I’m not sure if it can be modified enough to work with all templates, so I’m going to stop working on it. I guess I’ll just plan on spending extra time removing timthumb from all templates I purchase, and swap in build-in Wordpress functions.Themeforest admins, I hope you are reading this thread.
We currently run a partnership here on Envato marketplaces and we didn’t really know eachother before setting it up. We both have access to the account and all other aspects of the partnership, which is the only real way of doing it, in my opinion, if it is to be an equal partnership.
You need to trust each other and so choosing the right partner is important. Obviously you can’t know someone very well before you work with them, but a partnership here is not a one off thing, it will last for many months / years and so if one member of the team is untrustworthy it will turn out soon enough.
first of all, it’s a sunday of mid August and i could be on holiday more than this only in death.
now i can understand the urgency and all but that still doesn’t justify a flood of item comments, especially when we talk about item customization.said so, edit twitter.js
// find this block .find("p") .html(res.find(".tweet-text")) .end() .find("span") .html(res.find(".tweet-created_at")) .end(); // add this line Cufon.refresh();
not tested but should work.
why was this moved here ? wp plugins are sold on CC so the argument is not related to TF only and since when discussions involving review policies belongs to site feedback ?
also, moving a thread from all marketplaces to a barely read forum without giving a motivation sounds quite harsh.
having switched to git a bunch of years ago, i’d never use anything else
Yep the problem is caused by the changes Envato have just rolled out on the statement page.
We will crank out a fix for this as soon as we can, but unfortunately the script’s author (my partner at pixelentity) is away on holidays until Aug. 22nd, so it will likely be after this when we get to fix this script.
Thanks for your interest, and enjoy the large numbers while you can