1. Basically it means that you have to include help file in every uploaded file, even PSD template, a script or whatever. Just stick to what you did.
2. You can use standard HTML markup in the description field, like H2-H6 headers, uls, ols, strong, em etc.
3. The preview image is created automatically from the first file in screenshots.zip (in alpabetical order), so it’s best to make the first file your preview image and name it like “01_my_theme_lorem_ipsum”.
4. As for now theme must be hosted on your own server, this is just for future possible improvements of ThemeForest. Maybe in the future there will be live preview hosted on Envato servers.
5. I’m not sure about that. I’ve just uploaded a theme with 80×80 thumbnail in .png format so we will see if it works once it gets approved.
6. There’s not much I can do with it…
Hope this helps, good luck with uploading your themes!
Just declare the PHP variable which equals 1. Make an if statement at the beginning of loop, and check if the variable equals 1, if yes – place the code for the big post. At the end of each loop add +1 to the variable. Then check if your variable is between 2 and 6, if so – use the code for smaller posts… And so on…
Actually it’s not recommended to include files from asset library in final download file, just replace them with placeholders as there have been some issues with people claiming the images their own work (they thought that if they bought it – images are theirs). You could use other authors images but you would need the authors explicit permission to do so.
Actually you don’t need to install TimThumb in order for it to work, just place TimThumb on your server and you’re done. The second thing is that themes that use TimThumb have it already included in download file in appropriate folder, so that you don’t even need to mess with it.
You can use these images in your theme preview but you can’t redistribute them, so you have to place placeholders in the final download file.
From sxc.hu license agreement:
- You may use the Image
- You may not use the Image
Oh, I can actually see the bug now, sorry for the previous post. That’s really strange bug, I have to admit. Try forcing hasLayout on the ul and li elements, maybe try adding overflow:hidden property or display inline-block. Sometimes this kind of bugs can be solved by randomly adding one of these properties. You can also try adding width to a nested link element. Let me know if something worked
And the cu3er is not centered in either IE and FF.
I don’t see this problem in IE6 , the menu is not cut off. Instead, the second level dropdown menu is off by 20px and you have to be very fast to actually hover over it before it turns off. If you are still having issues you described above it’s probably z-index issue – in IE6 and IE7 all elements with given z-index property have to be in the same stack of z-indexed elements.
If you zip them you will end up with ~60mb file
I had the same problems on my XP machine long time ago, when I hadn’t reinstalled my system for year and a half. It’s probably some kind of virus or your system is just full of sh*t. Format your disks and reinstall Windows, install updated antivirus software and try not to install crappy applications, use only the ones from known vendors.
You should try to improve alignment, for example align “About Me” with “I’m Daniel Roeven, high school student(...)”. The same on the contact page – give the contact description more padding/margin and align the contact form with title.
+1 for everything that people said before me.
I’ve also noticed that the coding is just terrible
Good luck with it!