If I do something challenging and interesting, I can work even 10 hours without a break.
But if I do – instead – something boring or imposed by someone else, I need a break every hour finding always a reason for a coffee break or a chat break….
@pixel-fabric: I’m a huge fan of instant coffee, because it takes just 1 minute to make it and I like things that that don’t take time. But your picture itself smells like fresh roasted coffee …hmmm…yummy…so I’m going to buy one of that too LOL
La multi ani! Happy birthday to you, you are so young, you have all the life in front of you
.... But if you want beautiful elements inside your theme (as you can see them in most multi-purpose or business themes) you should use shortcodes. ...
This is the heart of all problems.
Themes should not incorporate elements (contact forms, maps, sliders, etc) like they do nowadays. It’s not the purpose for which they were “invented”.
The role of a theme should be only to customize the look, while adding extra-functionality (using shortcodes or whatever) to WordPress core should be left to the plugins.
Of course I meant “free and open-source”
As it says when you upload your item, until 48 hours just sit back and relax, watch a movie and enjoy (until you can )
This is a question for developers working in general on both commercial and open-source projects:
how you decide when you release your code as open-source or commercial?
Do you develop open-source for the pleasure of coding? Or why? I see most of big companies, nowadays require you to have a portfolio of open-source projects…..
Interesting idea and I like the design, clean and simple. Good luck!
Greatest news for today! Congratulations on your hard work for this!
I’m a woman and I don’t mind seeing pictures like those on TF themes.
In fact I appreciate beauty, we all love love beauty in all senses, that’s why sexuality sells…
Still, I also have to be careful to not have any kids or boss or husband around while I look at the previews LOL people understand something else when looking at your monitor