@zigmat Joomla == Do anything you want
Hey, out of curiosity would Envato consider a tiered referral program like they have for the author commissions?
Also, I think it’d be cool to see the leaders in referral commission like that of the author commission stats.
I don’t think the issue is *REALLY the iMac images. I ran into a similar problem with others saying you can’t use Apple’s products as images (nor use their product names in a post). I called their legal department and asked about it and they snidely laughed and responded, “Well, if we COULD control screenshots of our products like that, we would.” The only restriction they can really enforce, legally, is the “endorsement” bit. If you are portraying an image in a way as to make it look like Apple is endorsing your product….it’s illegal.
Obviously you can’t use Apple’s images (i.e. from their website) of their own products without permission.
If anyone needs to use their images, you should write them. I have found them friendly and helpful.
I use the slice tool for elements that are easy to pull out. Then I go through and hide layers, etc. (which I don’t use the slice tool).
Sometimes if a client supplies me a PSD with a lot of layer effects, hiding all unnecessary layers and eliminating transparent pixels causes a problem with the layer effects…so that’s when the slice tool is useful.
Other than that….I think it’s an outdated tool.
Just an observation: A lot of the static templates are more than templates, they’re mini-sites! I know it depends on your interpretation of “template” but having multiple pages as a mini-site-template makes TF’s files a valuable commodity don’t you think?
I can’t think of anything off the bat. Using the simpleXML functions in PHP will do wonders!
Designers don’t….but web developers do!
Apart from the “designers” question…as a developer…mac has a lot of built in features that make it easy to build websites.
Alsp, As some of the people mentioned, Coda, Textmate, CSSedit, Bootcamp, VMware, etc. make it worthwhile.
Mac’s don’t feel as cluttered to me, which is important in a work environment.
I had an Alienware laptop with Vista on it, and I liked it a lot…..but Mac are just so much more fun to work on.
my two cents.
I haven’t looked at the code at all or tried them without JS enabled so I don’t know…but surely they aren’t all unobtrusive? Besides that, they are fairly slow. Would you really be ok with a slow website?
I want to see some PERFORMANCE baby.
awesome! I have several templates ready….just need some motivation to submit them.
haha. I don’t even know what a curling club is?