Basically, you’ll use AJAX to talk to a php script, which will in turn search a MySQL database per user input and return info. You’ll then use php to return the information back to your AJAX script, and jQuery to display it nicely to the user.
There are a lot of really good programmers on here that could probably do this for you. Give this thread a few days and then you could start your own thread here asking for a quote.
Envato also has a site where you can post a web programming job for free, there are some good people that search for jobs there too. See: http://jobs.freelanceswitch.com/
Best of luck,
As for the licensing on the font, you usually can never package fonts, but you can use it in a theme preview and then explain in the text file how to download and set it up.
Edit @kuimu-your welcome, nice call on the font
You’d have to get a quote from a programmer for an exact price. Could you explain more what your wanting to do? An auto complete drop down search (kind of like google)? If so, there are a ton of tutorials on the web you could try to follow, but you may be better off hiring someone if this is for a professional or business website.
There is also @font-face but this is hardly reliable and wouldnt recommend it.
Edit-You’ll find most people use images, along with default browser fonts for web design. sIFR and JS techniques are kind of a bonus to add to a theme
Im not sure if it is the exact one but: http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/ef-typeshop/montreal/heavy/ certainly comes close. I love the font as well
Just checked them both out, videohive looks awesome. And the $25,000 giveaway is such a cool and great marketing idea. Envato rocks
I agree with the OP as well. Perhaps when the larger image shows on hover, there could be a small text somewhere if it is a psd/wordpress/html etc.
Have you seen the sales of some of the admin themes? The highest two selling html templates are admin themes. Furthermore, assuming I didnt miscount, 8 of the highest selling html templates on the first page of “top sellers” are admin themes.
The freemarket rules on this website, and judging by the sales of admin themes, this is obviously something that is desired by many buyers. I dont see any motivation yet for people to stop making admin themes. If I look to see what templates are selling best and see admin templates are, why wouldnt I try to cater to that niche of buyers?
Furthermore, its not as if other themes are lacking, this site IMO , is filled with quality templates.
“Basically admin themes drops quality of theme forest so please STOP ADMIN THEMES “
How do they drop the quality? Great design is great design.
I believe this would full under the Misc. category as this is where the MySpace section is located
Just to give my two cents that no one asked for in this debate
I think any developer that uses JS should have it degrade gracefully. Its not hard and doesnt take much time if you plan it out. In addition, I think code should also meet web standards (except in cases where css3 features or the like are used to enhance the theme). This site sells premium templates, not free themes. Premium templates means premium and quality code to me.
The 5% that don’t have JS either available to them or turned on are not the crowd I want to market to. Plus, they do have JS available to them. They can go upgrade their browser or system like the rest of the world.
I really disagree with this. There are a lot of web savvy users that surf with JS off and could be looking for a nice theme for their web site. They will expect it to work without JS. You may not want to cater to them, but that 5 percent is still millions and millions of users you are turning away.
At the very least, I think the customer has the right to know before the purchase if the site wont function with JS disabled. If they arent very web savvy, shouldnt developers be up front with them and tell them it wont work how they expect without JS?
Just my opinion