What’s odd to me is that these reviewers will accept anything that completely rips-off an Envato Marketplace website and reject the ones that offer truly unique solutions via different aspects of design other than gradients, icons and 1px strokes.
I’m not sure what the qualifications are to become a reviewer but I would like to see a larger variety of designs accepted. Not every company wants to look like Envato.
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Crap! The secret is out…
That’s where I get most all my fonts. Hope everyone else enjoys it as much as I have over the last 3 months
I’ve owned a few Mac’s in my day and I would never (unless paid) go back to a Windows machine. Yes Apple has a high price tag, but it’s well worth it in my opinion.
But just to clear something up that drives me crazy… YES THERE ARE VIRUSES FOR MAC , same as there are viruses for every other operating system out there being used by large groups of people. Granted there are significantly fewer viruses for Mac as it’s a smaller percentage of the market share and generally more secure than a PC out of the box.
Do a little research – ask the oracle (google).
Thanks for the replies everyone but this job has already been filled. Keep an eye out for my latest release(s) hopefully later this week
When can we expect this “Upcoming Redesign” you speak of?
Thanks for the quick responses everyone! You all have some very impressive portfolios.
I anticipate having the current design I’m working on done by the end of the week, but there is no huge rush to get it coded. I’ll be in touch with more details very soon.
Again, thanks for being involved!
Hi Everyone -
I’m looking to have some of my Photoshop designs converted to XHTML / CSS templates. I know there are a slew of companies on the web that offer this – with the lowest price I’ve seen being $79 per page.
The problem is that I haven’t found any that offer the option to get your PSD file back with the slices applied. Does anyone know of a company who offers this option?
Also, if you’d be interested in some extra cash (and you’d send back the sliced PSD along with the code), please respond or PM me with your price and a link to your online portfolio.
Just another way to keep the love flowing in the Envato community
If you really had to ask, then I suggest you either start doing A LOT of research on what design is or get enrolled in a course at a local college / after-school program.
I think that technically it should be ok (don’t quote me), but Envato strongly recommends NOT including the actual font files to avoid any possible chance of copyright infringement.
In my opinion, it’s better to just provide a link to where users can download the fonts themselves for two reasons:
1. Avoiding a possible legal mess
2. Your .zip will be smaller (not by much) file size
You can read a bit more about your question in the Upload Help Section .
Hope that helps!