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thomasb86 says

I may be wrong here, but isn’t giving support the authors prerogative?

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thomasb86 says

For windows id recommend Notepad++ or jEdit.

And for mac’s id suggest Coda or Espresso

Although, just looking at InType, looks very promising

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thomasb86 says
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thomasb86 says

Really don’t see the point in this, I’d presume most people who visit this site will already open items in new tabs. Its only 1 click/2 clicks to make it happen, not worth the extra JS load time to accomplish this.

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thomasb86 says

There is a firefox plugin called Dust Me selectors which does exactly what your asking for :)

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thomasb86 says

I think you should still support IE6 in a way that the site is usable, rather than having fancy shadows/sliders/jquery to make it look pretty.

Making the all the headings etc nice, everything is aligned properly etc etc.

So would a template be approved if it was quite a fancy site with slider, hover effects, cufon etc but these things didn’t appear in IE6 ? But it was still usable and functional?

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thomasb86 says

crazy stuff….

Big congrats!

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thomasb86 says

I go to flickr, screenalicious.com, bestwebgallery.com and lots of other gallery sites

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thomasb86 says

The easiet and most simple cms to make a theme for is by far Textpattern.

The only gripe i have about it is the backend of TXP could be much better, so if the TXP dev’s upgraded the back end with a make over, it would be much more appealing to use than it is at the moment.

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