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weblusive says

I thought 70% is the new commission rate! Wish I never clicked on thread :D Anyway, great job!

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weblusive says

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 ;)

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weblusive says

Let me know when your teacher tells if it was the correct answer :)

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weblusive says

Let me know when your teacher tells if it was the correct answer :))

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weblusive says

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 &nbsp 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.

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weblusive says

Well, the easiest way is to ask author directly ;)

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weblusive says

maybe because you forgot ; in the end. it should be  

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weblusive says

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.

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weblusive says

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.

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weblusive says

Not sure, but this can be custom made icons. Meanwhile, have a look at these

http://superdit.com/2010/10/21/49-greyscale-black-and-white-social-media-icon-sets-compilation/

some little photoshop touch could make some of these sets look like the ones in that website.

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