i find your scenario a bit implausible.When I started reading this I was thinking that the author decided not to do the project or couldn’t and didn’t want to email them back. Then you mentioned that they just wanted free files and I started seeing where you were coming from but I’m also not sure that I believe this is what happened…bit of a stretch.
I’m not a fan of the menu but the big problem is everything in the top section blends together…meaning there isn’t enough separation. You also have some alignment issues.
I think CodeCave has been favorite.
Since there isn’t currently one available they may actually allow it. Could be done with JS and look a bit more functional.
I actually like this “feature”I’m guessing it wasn’t intentional but what about it would you like?
The company I work for is hiring in Seattle, WA. Anyone here from the Seattle area?
edit: I should probably say that you need to be confident in your skills. Use my contact page to get in touch if interested.
i intentionally use no anti-alliassing on my type, beacause, when you buy, and hopefully code this template as a customer, you won’t get something completely different than you’ve bought… that’s also the reason why i don’t use “special”-fonts, other that standard fonts….i mean, arial, verdana…and so much more fonts are great to work with and very flexible…why use 1000 different fonts ?I don’t buy the idea that you turn off anti-aliasing so that it’s a better representation of what you will get. Your trying to sell them on your designs and if there able to code then they know that there is limitations. I don’t think anyone said anything about using a 1000 different fonts. I just thought I would point out that you could really benefit by exploring the possibilities with typography.