Hey, thanks for the respons.
There are many great webcomicsites out there, just do a google for it. But here are a couple really great ones, that are very userfriendly:
http://www.txcomics.com/ (very impressive IMO )
http://www.pvponline.com/ (it’s actually done on WP)
http://www.comicspace.com/ (not very pretty at all, but has lots of content)
http://www.globalcomicjam.com/index.php (actually this is mine … I’m hoping to get something to trasfer this sucker to WP)
-There is actually a plugin called “webcomics” at WP, that works pretty well, as I understand it. But it’s mountains of work to get it to look pleasingly.
... and no, a “simple portfolio” is not at all enough.
PS: Campolar, you are doing a typo, it’s not “Ur”, it’s “you’re”
I have noticed that some of you excellent coders are always looking for new markeds to enter … and here is one that there are NONE of on Themeforrest:
Themes for Webcomics!!!
As a comicbookartist myself I have been searching high and low for a theme that I could customize in some way, so that it would fit as a Wordpress-driven site for displaying comics. But so far none have suited my needs. Then yesterday I found there are a couple of free plugins and small themes that do just that, but they aren’t really all that good visually. I noticed they have several hundreds downloads each week … so this is really a marked that someone could go into and make some money (I would think).
Anyways … this is just an idea I’m throwing out there. And if anyone wants to go ahead with it, I would be more than happy to help out, as I know what a theme for webcomics SHOULD be able to do.
I couldn’t code myself out of a brown paperbag … and I was just kinda hoping someone had already created it.
I’m looking for an image-slider (where I can set which images are being shown, what size they should be, and where they should link too), as a WIDGET for WordPress! I have found a couple of sliders, but they are all just for blog-posts – not widgets.
Do anyone know of such a widget?!?
I was searching for free themes for Wordpress, and I came upon a post where the author said that he had stoped looking for free themes, and now always bought them at T.F. ... so I decided to check out the site, and have been a dayly visitor ever since.
Nah, it’s not that hard. For the basic theme all you need to know are WordPress template tags, some WP conditional tags and a little bit of PHP . You will learn the rest in the process of creating WP themes
Interesting! I’m a huge fan of Lynda.com – I wish there was a tutorial on “how to create a WP-theme”! Anyone wanna make such a video? ... there might be money in it. lol
I really SHOULD learn to code … it’s apparently a goldmine!I agree
So … just for the hell of it: If I wanted to learn how to code a WP-theme … what would I need to know? xhtml? php? greek? Are there any “wizard-programs” that let you do everything/something where you don’t have to actually “know” the code? Like Dreamweaver…
But since he is my existing client. I still give him a reasonable price – $1,500.
I really SHOULD learn to code … it’s apparently a goldmine!
I would very much like to hear that too …
Far as i can tell, it’s still up : http://themeforest.net/item/premium-restaurant-package/24400Thank you. I guess it can’t be searched because it wasn’t tagged. Also I think the old link that is broken linked it to a different author.
I just googled it!