Whilst I don’t think you’ll have it disabled because of IE9 lack of CSS3 compatibility, it might be a good idea to mention it in the description, if the 3D is a big selling point of the theme.
Being fully transparent with buyers is always a good idea
@rongcon – I totally get what you’re saying, cheers for the pointers!
Well done Mike! I’ve been on TF 6 months, & GR a while before that, I’m about to take the jump into full-time on here now, any advice from a year long veteran?
My advice would be to always go with your gut, make the best products you can, and listen to the buyers. If it wasn’t for the buyers asking / suggesting things to add / change in my themes, I don’t think I would have made it this far!Also remember the community, its packed full of super helpful people!
Cheers mate How’s Blackpool been for snow today?
I know people might be protective over things like this, but I was wondering how you guys are implementing page builders? I’ve got a couple of things in the works with shortcode builders, but I think it’s a little ugly.
So basically, if you use a page builder in your themes, is it a custom build by you? Is it a plugin? And would you be so lovely as to share even a few details about your process?
Well done Mike!
I’ve been on TF 6 months, & GR a while before that, I’m about to take the jump into full-time on here now, any advice from a year long veteran?
Professional Custom Logo for $30….
There is no right or wrong font, correct font choices & weighting depend on the design they take a part of. Not useful, but true