As many post – there’s no such thing as “the best theme”. All themes are exactly the same. You can even go deeper and with a bit of CSS customization, get the looks of another theme. Nowadays, most themes offer the same features. Every now and then, somebody adds something better and starts a new trend, but that’s really rare. (Even if JKREATIV really wasn’t the first theme with multi-layer parallax, I’m sure people will copy it like it’s the wild west. So that’s how it works.)
So really – just go with the one that looks best in your eyes, you won’t regret having to show a site that looks great.
Thank you for your suggestions @FinalDestiny
What FD said and also:
Please never do math with “the best case scenario”, because making a best seller almost never happens. Go with the worst case scenario and do some math.
It also matters where you live. But I’d say you’d be able to do it, India is cheap from what I read!
Hi FinalDestiny, nice theme! But I disagree with you, I think that seeing one post after another retain the visitor, because he can go to the next post with the mouse wheel only. And on the side you have a sidebar with the other posts too for easy access. In my opnion I think it will be great.
Unless you have a similiarity algorithm and know the user can do it – don’t. It makes sense for pinterest because they’re images so they’re more or less, galleries.
But why would I want to read about Meteorites after I just read about some programming tips? Makes 0 sense.
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Spot on what I wanted to say.
And I seriously wonder how my replies always get deleted when I make a point that contain “hurting somebody’s feelings but just lightly.”. //Edit: It turns out my reply wasn’t deleted. This is another thread…Oh my.
Ruben, teach me your ways!
Also, sure, buddy – you can name your product whatever you want. My next theme is going to be named “BadBoyXX” anyways.
My products did not accept me in spite of the effort that we offer .. what to do ?
Maaan, if even your products deny you, how could anybody else accept you?
Just kidding. What I think you meant is that you got a reject. Well, that happens quite a lot, effort != acceptance just as quality != sales and many other things with != between. You might put lots of effort into something, but it’s just not as good as you might think it is, and that’s okay. It happens to everyone from time to time.
I’m sure you didn’t get a detailed message, but if you read my past posts, I said that if you don’t get any specifics on design / code (It just seems that way, it’s not a rule), it means that the theme is really not even close to something decent, so that they’d provide some feedback to improve it.
pixeful saidThe buyer bought a license to use the theme, not the theme itself. And because is a license he must follow the item usage rules.
Is that a real problem? Buyer bought your theme, he can do whatever he need. If you don’t want to support it because of religion, then at least tell him to use Envato Studio.
It states “lawful purposes”.
Since when has the adult industry become unlawful/illegal? They pay taxes & are legitimate businesses just like everyone else.
As long as the content is not “obscene & degrading” (My god, isn’t that vague?), it’s okay, by law.
Just wanted to say that you should just wait. I didn’t receive one of them aswell but I’m sure the guys will process them
You’re just putting salt on the wound, don’t.
Just leave them be – I personally gave up trying to understand/reply them. The best you can do is just flag their comments (if they even bother to post) and ignore them, if you truly feel like they’re that kind of persons that you say they are..
There was a time when I’d try to deal with them, but I’m not sure if you can reply in any professional way to this:
“OMG WORST THEME EVER NO PAGES NO NOTHING NOTHING WORKS BLANK PAGE!!!111”