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DesignPuma says

Many authors publish WordPress version first, then HTML version of his theme. Does it increase theme’s sales? :)

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BroOf says

Yes, they link in their html description to the already published WordPress version and so they stay longer on the top page.

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KarmaThemes says

Oh that’s genius, I should have thought about that before releasing the latest theme. Good info :) Regards, GC

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uDesignStudios says

Plus you have to do the HTML anyway, so it is easier to first do WP and then just use WP to generate all your HTML files. You just clean them up and submit :)

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KarmaThemes says

Why is it easier to do WP first? I thought it’s easier the other way around. Thanks for the info, regards.

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BroOf says

Why is it easier to do WP first? I thought it’s easier the other way around. Thanks for the info, regards.

Of course you have to code the html first but uDesignStudio means that it is easier to develope the WP version first and then just reading out the source code.

My way is to completely code the html first (with all its elements) and then insert the WP things.

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webdesignerart says

First of all complete html template make quick wordpress integration, and when we code xhtml we already make our html template, so we easily debug are template errors like w3c, javascripts etc errors and we easily implement our html to wp.

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KarmaThemes says
uDesignStudio means that it is easier to develope the WP version first and then just reading out the source code.
Ah, okay I see, thanks! We do it like you BroOf, first the coding and then we insert the snippets.
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AdrianMG says

Yes, they link in their html description to the already published WordPress version and so they stay longer on the top page.

Thought it wasn’t a good practice on markets :O

Let’s try it with cracks theme :D

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