and the footer, typography, navigation and about page for starters
The author is replying daily in the item comments so I would start there. It says they released an update only a few days ago. Depending on the agreement they have with the slider author they may not be updating that element though. Good luck
Check the item description but I would be very surprised if not – most authors gain access to layer slider or revolution slider for use in their themes. Be aware in these cases you do not receive dedicated layerslider support from its original author and updates to it are only available if the author of the theme decides to update their file.
You want just a designer or someone to build it too?
100% if you are not using secure hosting that is your issue. In fairness I am stunned you have managed it get away with it this long as they began rolling out that rule in 2011.
Sounds strange as we have many apps running as responsive external websites to make them mobile accessible and they are all fine…admittedly none with flash.
I work very closely with Facebook and have heard nothing about these changes recently. The whole point of them enforcing SSL on apps not so long ago was down to security of running iframes.
Try this as it might help http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/hh563496.aspx also it is old but still relevant where flash is being used http://m.facebook.com/notes/hyperarts-web-design/facebook-secure-browsing-https-iframe-tabs-mixed-content-warnings/10150223945345844
+1 start over
I saw yours there this morning ( its nice by the way ) but it was only for a short time before more came through
I am assuming the file is NOT zipped at all? In which case on your MAC you can either “compress it” and upload that zip via dashboard BUT make sure the folder you have is just the theme NOT containing the help, PSD etc.
Alternatively again make sure it is JUST the theme folder and upload it via ftp (WP contents >> themes >> drop the folder UNZIPPED here)