After 20 years of puffing away I’ve just hit a year without a cigarette passing my lips thanks to these things. Saved a fortune in $$ and my health is much much better!
Anyone else vaping? Thoughts on best devices?
Using an iTaste VV v3 with iClear30 tank here.
Line 496 you have a surplus closing div tag
As far as I’m aware you can visually do what you like with the template.
I don’t think any authors have a problem with the author credit being removed from the footer – of course you’re going to have to change the text and the colours otherwise it will just look like the demo theme.
I shudder to think about a street full of people and all I can hear is people saying ‘OK Glass’.
The main problems I have are price, need and design. Price-wise at $1500 they don’t represent any value for money at all since there is no killer-use for them. They don’t enhance anything or create anything new, they just replace existing technologies and sketchily, at that.
Their initial sales are going to be be to people who just ‘want one’. There is no real reason to buy a pair, nothing they can do that you can’t do at the moment with a phone. The possibilities for Glass far outweigh what it’s currently capable of.
Design-wise, they just look silly. They should either be invisible or styled like a cool pair of normal spectacles.
Augmented reality is undoubtedly the future and this is the first entry into this market but I’d hold off on getting a pair until they actually filled a hole in my life and made me need them rather than want them, came down in price and looked a hell of a lot better.
That’s likely to be due to the recent changes in the Twitter API
The problem’s going to remain unsolved until you at least give us the error message(s) you are getting rather than ‘It doesn’t work’.
In all likelihood, As Ben said, make sure you unzip the main folder and the theme will be in a separate zip folder inside.
Add to that the ability to see comments left on items – the ‘your recent threads’ is useful for forums posts – something just like that for comment items would be bloody wonderful!
we can understand it, but the customers are not an expert in this subject
True enough but surely by categorising ecommerce themes by sector then you are potentially cutting your market by 90%. If you have a ‘cosmetics’ ecommerce theme in a cosmetics category then it’s going to go unnoticed by customers who don’t know any different looking for a sporting goods theme that yours would have suited really well.
Wouldn’t educating the customers would prove more beneficial than pandering to their ignorance of the possibilities of theme customisation?