That’s Cool. I bought a copy – Now I have to get off my but and get my first theme in and get a paw!
Seems too snappy to be Joomla to me. I didn’t see anything in the source code that jumped out as Joomla either.
I’m pretty new here, but I have bought almost a dozen items. & never has the price swayed my decision. I mean really if the price is $12 vs $15 for pretty much a complete website. No offense dude, but give your head a shake. I don’t mean to be rude, but I think you are selling yourself cheap.
Personally I think the reviewers should price all of the themes higher for the value the buyer is getting.
Also with a minimum deposit of $20, if someone was being cheap and just buying based on price they would probably stick to the $10 templates.
Drag and drop order would be great to have for something like that. I use Things for personal stuff & for business we use activecollab. We bought activecollab & were thinking of trying to resell the license until they added drag and drop – that makes it great for multi users. We set up one page. That page has multiple categories. For example:BOB TO DO
- Task 1
- Task 345
- an unimportant task
- Task 2
- Task 3
- another unimportant task
- a proof
- Something else
- Task 4
We can then drag a task from Bob to John, or drag it over to proof out or completed, depending on the status. With ActiveCollab we can click on each task, read notes comments attach proofs, ect. Not sure how in depth you wanted to go. But that is one example of what we have found useful.
Well, Aaron from support backs up Cracker Jack’s assumption. He says:
“you can have them in the preview but they shouldn’t be present in the downloadable product, best practice is to have areas defined where they can go though…”
I just sent an message into support asking that question. I’m working on my first theme & wanted to know. I’ll post ya here, when they get back to me.