Hey guys – thanks a lot for the suggestions, I’ve looked at the sites briefly, but I’ll do an extended research later. So far, only Icomoon seems to have something that looks decent. (This is just an opinion).
Thanks a lot.
Recently I’ve been looking for some fonts sets that we can use on themes but had no luck finding something really good.
I’m not looking for FontAwesome (which are not awesome, by the way.), but a paid service that offers good looking fonts. Oh, they also need to be font icons.
Any help would be appreciated
^ Oh my god, once, my i7 computer fully crashed because of Photoshop opening about 50-60 help web pages all at once. I never understood why that happens. And never ever have I been able to understand why it happens, never.
@goofydedog – Actually, in Photoshop CC, you can just type the name of the font and it’ll select it for you. Type “b” and use the arrows to navigate. So there’s a workaround for that.
Whenever I open the color panel, and that ”#” appears and I swear I tell to myself “One day..one day..”.
What also gets me is how you always switch options / characteristics of .gif (Save for web) and if it’s a huge one, you wait for 2 minutes, but there’s literally no difference.
But the worst one is when you’re in the process of saving something big and then the power goes down. It literally corrupts the file, no way to recover it. That’s how I learned to do 2 back-ups. Photoshop CC automatically saves to the PSD, but if it’s being saved and the power goes down, that’s what happens.
Because there already is.
If you’re speaking about a “similiarty between items” algo, then, no idea if Envato ever implemented this, they could’ve, but once again, I wouldn’t like to see any products that are not mine on my theme’s page as “related products”. It’s just bad for me. (the seller).
Buy an item and you’ll see some “related products”. Not really, they’re just top sellers. Also, this really is bad, because if you were to buy an item from me, I wouldn’t want you to go take a look at the competition and perhaps make a buy from them, not from me.
Never used studio, but I’m not sure if envato has written an image similarity algo, that’s pretty big in itself. I’m pretty sure they’re just taking some keywords, colors or other data to match them up. I can’t really know – it’s just how everyone does it. So, I imagine it’d be harder to port it to themeforest (since items here are a lot bigger.) and to make it work with a high relevancy, altough, they have more data to look at in a theme
Speaking without data is easy – but I’d say that, from my point of view (the seller), this is ultra-bad. From the money point of view (Envato), not so much. But once again, this is just an opinion, maybe Envato could shed some light upon this?
2 escorts, last night.
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.