I think there should be a “like” button.
Then when it comes to searching there should be a sort category that sorts your search by the most “likes”. It’s different to sales and ratings sort and is a valid inclusion I think
Would be useful and helpful I think
Just a suggestion I feel might be of help.
It would be great to have a category that you can browse with templates known to work well on iPad.
Great question! I just posted a request for one.
I really see a gap in the market for a good masonry one like this one.
I’m hoping someone can create one like that for me. If you are interested in developing it for me let me know.
I have searched everywhere for a tumblr theme that looks and works like this one.
I was hoping someone may be interested in creating one for me. If so could you please let me know what you would charge?
I’ve been searching for days on this site and am not having much luck finding the kind of look I’m after.
I have an example to view for it’s graphical elements. It’s kind of a traditional French Art Press look with its double lines, serif fonts in italic etc. This sample is not for it’s layout and menus etc.
another version which is great (and one like this with pics and layout etc would be great): www.miumiu.com
Does anyone have any links for templates available here with that kind of look? It would be much appreciated as I’ve been looking here for days and days!
I’ve been searching here for ages and am unable to find a simple continually loading lazyload.js template similar to this one:
Does anyone know of one that is here?
OK, well in that case it would be cool if you could sort by the order it’s added to the site so you can find the newest templates easily.
I think there should be some kind of check box to find one kind of theme over all categories.
ie Photography. Music. etc. That shows from Wordpress, Site Templates, PSD etc. Perhaps in the All Files category on the menu?
Word of mouth is the biggest factor. That comes about hard grafting. Networking. Treating every job like it’s the most important in the world and sending every client away very happy with the product and the service. You need them to walk away thrilled and wanting to talk about you. It’s about getting noticed for your work and not for pestering people for work. It takes years of building up a reputation. The big jobs NEVER come from advertising, cold calls. The big jobs are the product of a lot of years of hard work, there are no shortcuts.