Here’s the real deal, you can’t stop piracy….
Once your file gets “approved” guaranteed it will be swarmed and scraped by hundreds of 0day sites.
As an Author I see my new “approved” templates being harvested by hundreds of sites weather I like it or not. This is something we all deal with and are not new to the situation.
I look at it this way,
Either you can go ‘gun ho’ and send a cease and desist order to all sites pirating your nulled template or, you can sit back and rely on the true purchasers that have bought your template legit.
You can’t stop piracy, it will always be here, the only thing you can do is provide support for legit buyers.
I want to hear some feedback on this post.
I have been using Font Awesome for a few years now but recently discovered an “all-around” font icon with many more options called WebHostingHub Glyphs.
Has anyone used WebHostingHub Glyphs in their projects?
Which do you believe is better?
As far as thinking “New”, you really need to research your UI, chances are that it’s been done before in a somewhat similar way.
For instance I created a full featured CSS UI Kit for Zurbs’s Foundation Framework, only to find out not only was it made but it featured the same title! http://surface.surgd.com
Here is my opinion, as long as there is Web there is a need for Web Designers, we have been making automobiles since the early 1900’s, and there is still a demand for mechanics.
High School students are learning basic to moderate HTML in everyday regular classes these days, yes the demand calls for experience but the overall knowledge of the field is now mainstreamed.
In other words you may know how to change front brake pads but can you create a fantastic user experience?
There will always be a demand for Web designers simply because the market is experience driven.
I was wondering if child themes are allowed for WP submissions? I would like to use a free parent framework and develop child themes from this. Is this possible?
I’m looking for a developer to convert my JS files for the new use strict rule.
I am not to JS savvy but I do know how to include a plugin and call it but this use strict rule has got me baffled.
There are 10 files that need to have the use strict rule. This way I will be able to see how it is done and learn from it.
I am available to PayPal someone a fee for doing this for me. Leave a reply including your charge and I will get back to you.
@PhantasiaAeterna – I agree I need to work on that – Thanks!
@4riS – I didn’t know that, I will change it. Thanks for the feedback!
Hi all, We have all had templates rejected, and we all know it’s frustrating so we rely on other designers & developers for improvement tips.
Here’s my 1st Hard Reject after 3 approved templates: Kalypso – Responsive One page HTML5 Template
Blast away, say what’s on your mind… it only makes us stronger!