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apsuhos says

Hello everyone.. I am new to themeforest and I have some questions.

I ‘ve seen that there are different sections on themeforest such as “PSD templates” “Site templates” etc. Is it a common practice for a designer/coder to launch the PSD template and after some time to launch the HTML /CSS version and then finally the WP version? What’s the pros and cons if someone decides to work this way instead of immediately launching the final WP version? Is it for profit?

If someone doesn’t have the skills to integrate wordpress to his theme is there anyone who can do that for him and then split the profit? How does this work?

Thank you in advance

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Ttpmc says

In the process of creating templates some of the authors (including me) usually start by creating a mock-up (or a PSD version of the template if you like) then according to the design comes the coding part (front-end) and finally integration into some popular cms of choice (usually Wp, joomla etc). So if you think for example that your design (let’s say PSD ) is good enough to sell it as is in that particular category than why not ? This way you can see what your clients like about it, does it have an interest for a Wordpress version, are the sales/expectations good enough for you to make an additional effort and convert it into Wordpress (or joomla, drupal etc). But that is completely up to you.

If you don’t have the skills to integrate your design into let’s say Wordpress you can find someone who know’s how to do that, make a partnership and work together.

Hope this helps :)

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apsuhos says

Thank you.. It really helped. Things are just the way I thought they would be.

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