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lukk says

I would be highly interested in this, incredibly interested!

+9999!

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colorit says

I would be highly interested, too :-)

But how should this work and be arranged?

The author of a psd template gets from another author the coding. But on the other side, it shouldn’t be lose out of sight, that the author, who codes, get a psd design for free …

What do you suggest, that this arrangement can be done for both satisfied?

Anyway, I always look for good authors, coding psd templates to xhtml:

http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/searching-for-singlepagehtmltemplate-with-slider-anybody-in-the-mood-to-code/17433

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thejampot says

Well I am one who can code for cheap… It’s not that difficult. The hardest part is probably commenting the code.

For Authors of Themeforest I would gladly do this at a very low rate, because at least I know I would have quite a few templates to do.

We are talking two digit numbers per template.

I am already coding a few for authors as we speak.

So, count me in :)

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jonathan01 says

Yeah I just need wordpress from my existing html templates.

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KeithDee says

I’d need stuff like implementing sliders, drop-down menus and contact forms for my HTML templates. This would be so they are TF worthy ;)

And maybe a code clean-up service would be awesome. Anyone up for that?

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wppowered says

Ok!

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DDStudios says
Ok!

just wrote you a private message.

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Slimmity says

as DDStudios i have also snet you a private message.

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colorit says

Yes, that’s my problem, too.

I have difficulties, to implement javalamp menus or sliders and such things.

I would be satisfied with the coding of html.

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