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sebastian6 says

So I’m getting back into submitting to audiojungle after a brief absense, and I just don’t have the time or head-space to make my account pretty- to put buttons on my profile, to link songs to other similar songs, etc. The task seems daunting to me even though I imagine it would only take an evening or two in front of my computer.

I wonder if anyone does this kind of thing freelance…

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StudioEtude says

There is nothing complicated, you could do to cope with this task if you do not understand, please contact me, I’ll help you :bigsmile:

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PatrickAThompson says

I know the basics…. nothing fancy… Just enough to place links.

This should help you a lot: http://www.htmlcodetutorial.com/quicklist.html

It’s got more than you could ever need as an AJ author.

Try it out! After a few times, you’ll get the hang of it. Good luck!

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SchwartzSound says

This topic comes up a lot, there’s a ton of good info, links, and tips around the forum from other authors on how to beautify/codify your profile and item pages, without having to know too much about web design.

Here’s one you should check out, particularly Gareth’s post: http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/unpro-profile-page/70644?page=1#618704

The Envatitor (http://revaxarts-themes.com/envatitor/) definitely makes it easy to build and preview your pages without needing to know html.

As far as going through each item and linking up to similar items, yes, that can be a pain and time consuming, especially depending on the size of your portfolio. Although with the new Beta feature, that probably takes care of it for you… Either way once you get it sorted for one item page, it’s usually as simple as copying and pasting the code and changing a few link and/or image urls.

If it’s a worry about lack of knoweldge in these things, I would give it a try as you’ll probably find it’s easier (and maybe even more enjoyable) than you think. If you really don’t have the time, I bet contacting a new themeforest user would be a good place to enlist some help.

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