Temporarily held by the review teamThe review team just wanted more cuddle time.
Don’t get me wrong. If you need a really powerful computer and want tablet-like mobility, the remote screen is a cool idea.
What I didn’t like…
The top menu. It’s identical to the main menu. Maybe lose the background bar or make it smaller.
The social media buttons. The second screenshot is an improvement.
I’m not sure what’s up headlines and single post no sidebar. Is there supposed to be some content there?
The footers dark background. I’d like to see what the footer looks like if you left it white like the rest of the page.
Aside from that, I’m kinda diggin’ the big block style. It’s definitely different from current theme trends. I appreciate that everything is easy to read. It’s not all 10px #ebebeb text on a #ffffff background.
Tablets have been invented to be a mid-thing between Desktop/Notebook and Smartphone – they are more for the consumers who browses the web, watches some youtube videos and that’s it. If you want to make business with it you’re lost. Maybe it is a little bit different on Win8 Tablets but still I can’t see real benefit. Possible to run Photoshop, Dreamweaver and Fireworks at the same time on it?
Microsoft Surface Pro:
Windows 8 – 4 GB Ram – Intel Core i5 – USB 3 – Mini DisplayPort that can output 2560×1440 resolution
More than enough for the average web designer. Essentially an ultrabook without the keyboard.
Core i7 tablets with more RAM and better graphics cards are available from other manufacturers. They aren’t toys with limited OS’s and cellphone specs like the ipad and android tablets.
Abuse the system.
Buy 25 copies of your theme at the beginning of the week. Consider it advertising costs. If you can manage at least another 25 sales, you’ll be on the Last Weeks Top Wordpress Sellers page. A hundred sales will get you in the top three rows.
It takes money to make money.
Take a step back, install the default Twenty Twelve theme that comes with WordPress and familiarize yourself with WordPress from the ground up. Get to know the core features and how to use them before jumping into the kooky world of premium themes.
It’s massively flawed when viewed on anything other than a really high monitor resolution.
Either make it responsive or re-code to accommodate 1024px widths.
Additionally, I noticed you don’t have any side bars? This is a main feature for Wordpress themes, unless your theme is so unique and wonderful it doesn’t need to show them. I don’t think this is the case.
There are no rules requiring every website or WordPress theme to have sidebars.
It’s a single column theme, that is what makes it unique and wonderful.