Just wondering what’s your scope when people ask you how to do this and that like customizing the HTML and CSS for the areas or editing some PHP codes for specific functions for their WP sites?
I mean the scope as the theme author and when should be the job of the freelancer to customize things?
Heya, that’s what I use in my various support jobs (once it’s approved by the author/devs):
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__ so basically, CSS stuff I can find out by using Chrome’s “Check element” or Firebug are fine. Quick stuff like finding translation strings or changing thumbnail sizes, basically one-line changes are also gladly answered. Stuff that goes beyond that, like enhancing or changing a feature of the theme, will be considered but most likely offered as paid customization.
Hope that helps!
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