I’m very interested in this project.
Can we talk about?Rafael Franco -> www.rfranco.org -> twitter.com/eu_rafaelfranco -> linkedin.com/in/rafaelfranco -> email@example.com -> Skype: rafaelphp
Do you have a portfolio? We would like to cooperate with experienced WP developers.
We have a quite popular theme on Drupal, which was featured by Themeforest team. Please browse our portfolio and you will see it, named BizReview. The theme is on top of the weekly best selling CMS theme for over 3 months.
We had a partnership with a WP firm. Unfortunately, they could not meet our deadline althought they had asked for extension several times. So we cancelled the agreement and we are looking for a new partner.
The profit sharing is 40% for us and 60% for you.
We have alot of demands asking for converting this theme to WP. As the directory niche is still not alot of competitors, we believe this theme will have alot of sales when being converted.
Please PM us if you are interested.
Thanh Le Symphony Themes
I don’t think it is a problem.
Since you purchase the template, you can use all elements of the theme on your website, or some, or none at all.
For example, I like only the contact page of a template. I purchase it and use only that contact page. I build other pages myself. No problem with it.
I believe they can resell like that, as long as they state that the theme is from the original author, they are just providing services.
They also have to provide unique purchasing code, like any buyers of Themeforest has.
Yes, mine is at least 5 days.
I used to login to the same account on my laptop and my iPhone. And my account was disabled until I got support from Envato. That was 2-3 days and all of my selling items were disabled
The commission is still the same. They just present it in a very confusing way.
Just pay attention to the net amount you get on a sale. Customer fee, author fee or other fee are just making things complicated.
Pls make sure you are asking for support, not customization.
I guess if you need to change PHP files, it should be customization.
For that case, you should ask for a paid service.
There’s something I’ve learned after doing this for a while, if a buyer has 40 pre-sale questions, it’s not going to get better when they buy the theme!
It is true. On my case, I had a potential customer that sent 2-3 emails, each one with 10+ questions about everything, from administration to customization. I answered them all and he ended up disappearing.
Don’t be rude, they do nothing wrong. We can choose to reply when we have time, or just ignore it.
I believe most of customers (my customers) have some technical knowledge. They know about Wordpress, Joomla and Drupal, and they have a reason to choose themes basing on which CMS. And it is quite pleasant to work with them, because they expect reasonably.
Clients with too many questions are usually newbies, or non-technical users. They will ask a lot of questions afterward.
I onced use the preloader on one of my theme then decied to get rid of it on the lastest update.
It looks good, but the problem is that it waits until all elements are loaded to display the whole website.
Sometimes, the page is heavy with many elements, such as the landing page, so the loading time is too long.
I have many complaints from my customers saying that the theme is too slow. When I remove that Preloader, it is much better.
The point here is the response time. When a customer visits a website, he will expect it to load within 1-2 seconds. Removing the Preloader makes the theme appear in front of users’ eyes immediately, the rest of the theme can silently load when the users are looking at the upper part of the theme.