From a buying point of view I would say that I buy the items from Envato.
I know who the Author is when buying the item, but I never have any communication with them during the buying process, only if I request support after (which is very rare in my case).
All emails and invoices are from Envato, not directly with the Author. The Author doesn’t have my contact details so as far as i’m concerned they haven’t sold to me, Envato have.
That’s how I interpret it anyway.
^ Currently being reviewed – REALLY!
It was an important point that Authors should know about that I had linked to. Did the person who report it even read the thread.
Ok so rather than just link to it I will repeat it.
Someone had a HTML template rejected because they had included a page builder.
The reviewers comments were that page builders are no longer allowed for html items.
Was anyone aware of this! What about people who have spent months developing either page builders or templates that incorporate them???
Please excuse if this is ‘bad form’ but there is an issue someone has brought up in a post in ‘Item Discussion’ but I think it needs more exposure so everyone is aware.
If someone wants to move the post to here and delete this one then fine, but I think it’s an important issue.
Please no dodgy links, or this could get locked!
A central location for some useful resource sites would be good… anything from free stock images to web frameworks…
Let’s keep it legal and within the rules folks.
Here’s a random pick of some of my favourite links…
Graphic Burger – Lots of UI templates, mock-ups, icons etc.
Owl Carousel – Nice, easy to use ‘touch enabled’ jQuery carousel.
Patternify – CSS Pattern Generator.
Headroom.js – Love this. Hides your header after scrolling down a certain distance. As soon as you start to scroll up again, it comes back.
I’ve got loads more but want to see what other people have got as well.
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Looks like someone’s spotted it already and changed it on the item page.
Rollover still says $45 though.
Thought we were breaking new ground for a second there
I won’t name it but it’s on the Home Page New Items section now.
Either a mistake or it must have more features than you can shake a stick at!
I’m guessing it’s a mistake.
If you code “responsively” you shouldn’t worry about the initial width. If the site looks good it can even be 1920px if it scales down properly and looks perfect at 940px as well.
True, I understand what you are saying Ruben, but from an initial Photoshop layout you need a starting width surely.
I always design my layouts in Photoshop first before I even start looking at the code. Unfortunately I’m not one of these people who can design in code, I find it too restrictive.
Hi guys, just a quick question.
I usually create site content at the standard 960px wide and have done for several years now.
My question is, is there much call yet to go above this width?
I’ve noticed a few themes and templates that advertise bigger widths, but does anyone know the take-up on widths bigger than 960px. Anyone got any stats?
Cheers in advance