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RZORR says

Hey, A little introduction about myself: So… A few months back, I decided to go in to webdesign – One day when I woke up everything on my server had been deleted, this had been the fourth time this had happened to me, but was the biggest loss, as it was over 1 and a half years of work, thousands of pictures and almost 200,000 lines of Java. On top of that, it meant the world to me, and it was all gone. So a few days after that had happened I watched NewBoston`s tutorials, and made a few elegant websites.

So, now I would like to start making some templates for ThemeForest! But I would love to have some people contribute what needs to be done, and how to do it. Like do you need to include instructions or comment things inside the HTML file what they are and do? And does all of the images including the background need to be made by you?

Thank You very much, Taj

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jonathan01 says
http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Live/Knowledgebase/List/Index/85/themeforest

you may want to look around the support site – ^ link is up there ^

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RZORR says

Thank You very much and also for the quick reply, I`ll read through it!

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