Still looking for this ….
I know there is a similar thread and they reference my site, above but there has not been any answers on this. Has this been developed yet?
Thanks but that was in flash (at least the logos part) and it is a pain in the a$$ to update, let alone no SEO .
I would love the same thing done in a wordpress format, so for every logo would be a post and be categorized accordingly.
No one has seen anything like this?
430 purchases. Small time compared some of the top ActiveDen and ThemeForest. Sadly it was downloaded many more thousands of times via the pirated/torrent sites. Bastards.
My template was actually available in April 2010. 10 Months back, when FBML was in it’s infancy.
Now Iframe is in its infancy… Custom Tabs, Custom Icons, Custom Tab Order. Power to the People!
Thank you for the compliment Maybe for every compliment I will throw out another suggestion?
- Many users like to pull in RSS feeds, which can be difficult as they are so damn many XML RSS feeds to parse.
Possibly giving a user an area to easily update with a simple blog/update area that would be feed the flash template would be useful…of course that is what Facebook Status updates is for, but this would more permanent.
Just another idea.
A little background… I was the first to get a Facebook Fan Page template up on ActiveDen after so many said, “Who would be so stupid to want a 520 px template?” ......Sigh.
Now that Facebook allows for the iframe app and it can be implemented in less than five minutes with a custom tab, custom icon, and change the tab order. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaLAELfEp6E where will flash designers be able to take it?
From my perspective I am an end user. I have spent as much money on Flashden/ActiveDen as I have made, most likely more. These are some tips to designers who are ridiculously talented, but are not end users. (99% of my sales are to users who have bought 1-9 files, meaning 1.)
From my experience you are selling to the hundreds of marketing companies who are carving out their own piece of Facebook profits as the middleman to their clients.
Here are some tips:
- Many marketing companies are not able to edit the flash in any proficient capacity. - Descriptions that show video tutorials to show of how to implement your products will greatly benefit your sales. - Facebook really built the inner page to be 500 px as they knew the inner scroll bar would be 20px wide. I would really look at building site that are 500px wide to be safe from irritating clients when their content is cutoff at 520px. - At the very least a contact form has to be in there. - If you are able to to build a backend client center where a marketing company can manage multiple sites, you are golden.
I have many other “real world” suggestions, so if interested feel free to email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lastly – Here is your last “bone”... as someone will make a lot of money from this idea. Create a template that has an MP3 player with downloads. Do you know how many artists are trying to a create a sweet site and often they use the RootMusic app? It sucks because it is only one page, whereas a flash site could do so much more for the artist.
Hope I was able to help, if you have questions, throw them out in this forum, I will be sure to try to answer them.
It would be nice if Envato would kick up for some images of humans to use for team pages. Business cards, 3-D objects, and animals just don’t cut it.
I bought this template on Themeforest awhile. It was like the 4th WP theme on TF. http://drinkwiththewench.com/
Now time to update. I like the images as navigation and having a column on the right for ads and nav, and Twitter stuff.
Does anyone have suggestions for one like this? I keep finding image galleries but not really related to blogs.
I would love any links to WP themes similar to http://drinkwiththewench.com/.
Thanks for your time.
The code is all ours. It is AS3 , Broadside is AS2 . Our of designers did modify the Pezflash background (for reason still unknown as it was not in any our original mockups, as were sent to Pezflash for verification.), so the background was totally unnecessary to be put in. We sent the whole file to Pezflash, and he very professionally looked at the code. Again his file is AS2 and the content is totally different. He had some great suggestions in regards organizing our code.
All extremely good suggestions. Simple changes that I would have never seen, but the suggestions make soooooo much sense.
Thank you to all those who helped. Will update if we get it approved.