I find it funny that I get a theme rejected because of pictures that are not “professional”. Basically a girl in a bathing suit. Nothing more.
Yet I find theme after theme after theme that has girls wearing less and in more provocative ways here on TF.
Hey if my design sucks, no worries I get it. But don’t use that as an excuse when authors display the same things I get turned down on.
Ahhh….I feel better now
I’m looking for a JS that functions similar to the Flash set-up on the Disney site.
If you look at the thumbs below the banner you can make the thumbs scroll left or right by moving your mouse over the thumbs left or right.
Does any one know of such as script?
I’m sure this has been covered some where – I just haven’t found it if it has.
I’m assuming that with purchased stock images we can use in our demos without extended license or what ever you call it as long as this image is NOT given in the download?
So you can have it in the demo but not in the download file and be OK right?
That is good news -
I may be getting a client who had issues with that plugin so it caused some concern on my end.
I think I may save your info and possibly be in touch for some work if he does hire.
I’ve used wp e-commerce on 4-5 different sites and have always been pleased with it.
I was looking at it but someone mentioned it was buggy -
Does it support merchant accounts? Meaning can I set it up so the person pays on site with their credit card with out being redirected to PayPal?
Are you able to sign-up for an account on the site?
I downloaded that plugin as well. I played with it for a bit. It looks nice. I suggest you just try it out and see if you can figure it out.
I’m sure they have documentation.
Enova you are correct – I’m not referring to the admin panel. Of course in the backend you want as many choices as possible.
I’m strictly talking front end and the demo. Changing colors on the fly is nice but how much affect does it really have?
Great point about support – I didn’t think of that. That alone is worth it I think.
Thanks for the input.
I’m curious – many of the developers are including some sort of dynamic color picker/layout selector in their demos to help you choose colors and layouts on the fly.
Really cool – but I’m wondering do you really think this increases their sales by much?
If you have two equally impressive sites and one has this option but the other does not – do you think the developer utilizing this tool will far outsell the other?