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hi, i’ll purchase this template but i dont know how work in jquery. i hope that you can help me!.

ohh, my english is bad sorry, im from colombia

I’m always willing to help! I also speak Spanish if you prefer that. I lived in Chile for 2 years. I met some really cool Columbians there.

Hi…I’m new in the website design…which program I need to use to edit this? Will I be able to edit in Dreamweaver?

Ya, you can use almost anything to edit it. You can edit it in Dreamweaver, Visual Studio, Espresso, Notepad, anything that will open and save text files.

w3schools.com is a great place to start to learn things like HTML , CSS, etc.

Is there a way to automate the tweet feed?

@e-known

Yes, there is a lot of help on how to do this at http://apiwiki.twitter.com/. There are lots of resources there, but I would recommend looking at the libraries that are there. There are several libraries already built that make it easy to use the Twitter API in many different programming languages.

Can I add another “page”? I want to create a pricing page as well as those you have. Also, is the contact form ready to go? I do not know PHP . Great file!

Hey, Awsome design! – I was wondering if the pop up XML windows for the ‘work’ section can be customized to hold quick time movies? and if the size of those windows can be changed?

thanks!

-B

@blackdogdesigngroup – Yes, you can add another page, but you’d have to be familiar with HTML and Javascript. It wasn’t made to simplify that type of customizability. Also, the contact form is not ready to go, but if you end up buying it, I could easily add it in there for you. Let me know.

@blurgh – Thanks! The size of the windows isn’t very hard to change at all. Getting a quicktime movie in might be a little trickier, but not too bad. Let me know if you need help!

ok thanks Don! other silly question does my web server need any special hosting options to run JQuery or any of the other things beign used bythe page? cheers -B

No, your web server doesn’t need anything special. JQuery actually runs on the client’s computer.

What about the license of the used icons (source?)?

The icons I used were from the Smashing Magazine Freebies.

http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2008/09/23/practika-a-free-icon-set/ http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2008/09/04/dellipack-a-free-icon-set/

“You can use the set for all of your projects for free and without any restrictions. However, it’s forbidden to sell them.”

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