Make sure it’s removable, because people hate it when their clients know they bought a theme – which they would if they went to the help page, and WHY should they have to spend 5 seconds of their time to REMOVE IT when you should allow them to do it instantly?
If you are reselling / customizing themes for clients, I think the client has a right to know that you are using themes.
But I agree, it should be easily removable.
First of all, I would include some nice pictures in the sliders. This makes the theme look more attractive.
The icons (design, web optimization..) should have more margin around them so they’re not so close to the text. Also do something more with these icons, make them look like they’re pressed into the background is one thing you can do with them.
Give the header (“my web portfolio”) more breathing space. Above and under. This also goes for all the different sections.
Portfolio: Change the color tones of the text, so that it’s not all the same color. The content text can be slightly darker. Perhaps do something more with the button aswell, so it stands out and looks like an actual button. You can also add nice pictures here to make it look more attractive.
Social: It looks good, but the right parts becomes a bit empty.
About me: Again, change the color tones of the text. Perhaps a nice picture here aswell.
I hope my feedback helps and I wish you good luck! Don’t give up
Love it! Will get it once I get my mac
Another reason for me to get mac
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kaixer saidthanks, could you explain a little bit better ?
thanks, but it’s offline now.
It’s good, but sometimes it’s just like spambot and another thing is notification take too much time to receive in inbox.btw, good job.
I think he just means that the cronjob is a bit slow, but not much you can do about that if your host doesnt allowxless than 15min.
And spam, I guess if you get alot of sales
If you are really talented, you could also submit the design to the PSD Category – You might not earn alot on it, but you will know that your design is really well done and you would gain some extra recognition. The PSD Category is the hardest one to get into.
Once thats done, as Cronzer mentioned – You could make a HTML Template to test the waters and gain some followers. Then take the next step and make it into an WP Theme.
What you could do is to create your own portfolio in a WP Theme, that way you get a new portfolio thats easy to update, but at the same time you learn how to make a WP Theme. That is what I am planning to do. You could even try to add that WP Theme to Themeforest if it turns out well.
I’m not sure if they’re outdated, but I am going to read these tutorials when I get the time to create a WP Theme:http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/wordpress/how-to-create-a-wordpress-theme-from-scratch/ http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/wordpress/how-to-create-a-wordpress-theme-from-scratch-part-2/