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KokaTic says

hey,

every expert, i wanna know the basics of building a template that can be accepted by themforest .

I hope that you can give me the way to start.

Regards

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charlie4282 says

HTML? WP? Joomla? etc?

Do you have any experience in building websites?

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KokaTic says

Hi , I have some experience with HTML, CSS

i want to start with building templates HTML, CSS, but i can’t build a hight quality like

what exist here,that’s why i ask for help

Thx

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charlie4282 says

Unfortunately you will unlikely find someone to design/code for you unless they are being paid.

You can buy PSD rights and code those (bear in mind your code still needs to be up to scratch) and there is no guarantee a PSD will be accepted as any other file format.

Your best chance is to familiarise yourself with the quality and trends of popular files here and use things like tuts+ and other resources to learn more and refine skills before coding for here – the standard is high and the worst thing you can do is rush the process

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Alien_Piglet says

Unfortunately you will unlikely find someone to design/code for you unless they are being paid.
Actually, it sounds like he’s asking where he can learn how to do it himself, rather than who can do it for him. For example, good tutorial sites for beginners, learning courses or something.
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charlie4282 says

In which case Tuts+, Udemy, Lynda.com

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Alien_Piglet says

In which case Tuts+, Udemy, Lynda.com

I would add teamTreehouse to the list too.

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