Should be an easy fix, follow these steps:
CyberShot, What @font-face kit are you using? Google web fonts, font-squirrel, etc.? It should never stop working just because of refreshes.
Also, it looks like the time frames don’t match up.
My Site Template is a Weekly Top Seller in comparison to ALL the files.
But it somehow isn’t listed in the Site Templates weekly top sellers?
Just pointing out the time-frames are different and it’s a bit confusing. Once that’s sorted, it looks like a good addition .
You won’t find one exactly like that website, however there are plenty of photography templates too choose from:
You should find one that has both a similar style and features. Good luck.
It kind of reminds me of this WordPress Theme:
Also jump into this discussion, authors always like good feedback:
Buyers, what you like/want/need to be designed/developed?
That’s a lot of exclamation keys Did you try contacting the author? That’s usually the easiest route.
byJaie, it’s an okay start but I think you need to add some more details and refine the design before coding it.
It looks it a bit bland in it’s current state and some of the elements like below the slider look a bit empty. Also, I think your line-height on your two middle paragraphs is a bit too small as the rest of everything else is so spread out. Maybe add some of the accent orange in the header area and navigation as that part is very dull. Lastly, the three bottom images might be a bit too large or just colorful (They were the first things my eyes went to).
I think starting with an HTML template is a good call. Too many people start with WordPress themes and get frustrated with rejections. It will probably take a few rejections to get accepted, just keep revising it.
Select the CMS Drupal and sends to TF. Although it’s a bit naughty that they are selling it here and giving away WordPress version on their site.