Contact me via my profile, I’ll help you with it.
If you want the final product to be ready for TF keep in mind you’re gonna pay much more than if you were to use it for a client website who wants Worpdress as a backend CMS . The reason for this is the flexibility and the heavy use of various jquery scenarios you’ll need in a theme. And all such services have a common policy, regarding this. For example, jQuery menu => + $25-50 and so on. I believe it’s better to team up with someone. You’ll get less money after partner share but in longterm this could be much worthy option. Just my subjective opinion.
You haven’t left any contact details and there is no way to PM you perhaps that’s the reason.
Such modifications are not hard to do at all, so I believe you could choose any theme you like on TF and just modify the column sizes.
1 Extended license for admin template so far. Feels really good
Thanks for the reply, I have contacted them in the past but they do not reply. Very frustrating. I have managed to work it out, but still not 100%. Thanks again
Hi Giancarlo, Can you please contact me via my profile? I don’t remember I’ve got any of your e-mails as we always answer e-mails within 48 hours. Thanks.
Actually, not the category name but the post type name as it’s a 99% custom post type. Where to change it depends on theme structure. Note that once you do this, you’ll have to re-create the portfolio items or change the name “portfolio” in corresponding places in the database.
Why not doing that in the widget itself? When you create the function widget() you can decide about the output, right? To get an idea, let’s think of custom recent posts widget. You create function widget() and you declare there how to show your posts, like in the div or paragraph, etc… so why not adding the before and after output here?
Sorry if the answer is a bit messy, if you need more clarifications, just PM me, I’ll try to help.
You’ve included instructions only for 5 star rating, that’s not fair
Thanks alot guys just another questions.. My theme file is 32.4 Mb do i need to buy more memory from wordpress cauz the last time i uploaded that theme it gave me a fatel error and i think it was cauz the theme file was to big…
I think that’s the size of the PACKAGE (which also includes documentation, PSD files and any other files that apply) not the theme’s core .zip file. core files are <5 MB in 90% of cases.