You are free to use any slider in your themes the license of which clearly allows you to do so. MIT /GPL licenses are perfect for such cases. The license of majority of sliders Like Nivo, Piecemaker, etc… allows you to use them in your themes. Basically from my experience 99% of free sliders come with such licenses. And about using own slider, look around, almost all authors use one or another popular plugin for the sliders. Hope this helps.
I thought 70% is the new commission rate! Wish I never clicked on thread Anyway, great job!
Sorry man, have to disappoint you. I think the theme won’t be accepted because of lack of uniquness of design and padding issues. In rejection message You’ll get those standard templated answers. P.S> The right place for reviews is the “Item Discussion” section. just my 2 cents
Let me know when your teacher tells if it was the correct answer
Let me know when your teacher tells if it was the correct answer :))
Well, HTML codes are reserved sequences of symbols/characters. If you are familiar with non-web programming languages, you might know every character has its code. And Capital character’s code might differ from lowercase one’s. Thus, browser may have reserved the sequence   but not the &NBSP. This may not be 100% accurate, as this is my own idea of why it shouldn’t work. Maybe someone else would give more thorough answer to this.
Well, the easiest way is to ask author directly
maybe because you forgot ; in the end. it should be
No third-party API . Just have created my settings system. And further access them like $headings_font = $settings[‘headings_font’], etc… hope you get the idea.
If you are good with Wordpress and PHP programming in general I’d recommend buying some high quality themes (in terms of backend) and begin digging into them. I started this way and based on what I learnt created my own options framework which has proven to be good almost in all aspects. Hope this helps.