I am curious on this topic as well. I’m going to look through some articles over the next week, i’ll send you my top favorites/most useful.
By the way just wanted to say I absolutely love some of your latest themes (especially the originality and uniqueness), keep up the good work. I remember when you first started doing themes here on TF and to see how far you’ve come is amazing. Great stuff!
Yes I’ve been pushing for this category for a long time as well. Thank you so much for getting this accomplished. Believe me there is HUGE potential in this market. My other joint account (Innuma) already has a landing page uploaded so I will request that it get moved to this category. Again, thanks and I’m looking forward to seeing how this category will do.
Personally I don’t think a notebook is a must, especially if you don’t travel a whole lot. I also find it hard to get significant work done on a small screen.. and if you’re on the move, you might not be sitting at a nice desk with a lot of room. So for that reason I’ve always been a fan of getting my work done at a station with a desktop. If you’re on the move a lot, and are able to work while you’re on the move, then go for the Macbook. Otherwise I’d just get a new iMac.
I would definitely have to agree with this. I have a Macbook Pro and an iMac. About 90% of my web work gets done on the iMac. It just seems much more comfortable. If I were you I would buy an iMac and then get a regular macbook or a macbook air for travel.
I know this seems obvious but it is an easy mistake, did you purchase the Wordpress version and not the HTML one?
Thanks for the insight Mark that is much appreciated. I look forward to seeing what you guys have come up with and I think this opens up a huge market for other authors as well.
As many of you are probably aware another theme framework has popped up on themeforest now. The plan is to utilize this framework by selling child themes for it here on themeforest as well. What are the rules on this, and how is themeforest going to handle this?
Essentially what needs to happen is when a buyer wants to buy a child theme he needs to buy the parent theme(framework) first and then buy the child theme as well. I am in no way bashing this framework or setup as I totally understand the extreme flexibility that the framework brings to the table, but what do you think the buyers will say. I think we all know that even when it is explicitly stated that the parent theme or framework needs to be purchased in order for the theme to work, there will still be those buyers who will go straight to that purchase button only to find out they need to buy something else. Again I don’t think there is anything wrong with doing this as an author because in the end they are giving an amazing amount of flexibility to the user.
Am I missing something here or what are your thoughts?
I understand your frustration. We have had one similar experience in the past, but not to this extent. I tell you what though, the level of quality in your themes is something that nobody else will be able to match. Your stuff is still better hands down. Keep up the good work man, and keep pressing on with your work.
On a side note, how did you make that “mega menu”? Is it a plugin from somebody else, a custom plugin, or something else?
Again… Keep up all the good work, and it won’t go unnoticed.
This is going to be awesome, I was excited to see that you were going to be the editor. Best of luck and I can’t wait to see how this all turns out.
Another thing, as you mentioned, there is also a huge opportunity through promotion and writing for this site, I’ll have to consider that.