Well yeah, but as I mentioned, you need to have their permission, i.e., GPL license.
A note to everyone else reading this: You can reuse YOUR code, and not someone else’s.
So unless you have their permission, do not go downloading files and reusing their code as yours, because it may result in a ban.
Just wanted to add that since we’ve been having quite a number of these issues…
if you look at www.armani.com, www.diesel.com and www.burberry.com for example you will see traditional design
All of these sites are well known in the fashion world and their main focus is design. Responsive sites are more of a convenience factor, which does decrease the design aspect of things. Also, those sites are very image based (background images, large files, etc), which would simply just take up space on a mobile device…
I do think responsive sites are very important, but they are not for everyone. Anything image/design heavy should probably do at least 2 different sites.
1. Envato (2009) Eden (2007)
3. No other way
4. Community. I learned web development over at FlashDen back in ‘07, haven’t looked back since.
Great movie, just like any of Tarantino’s work.
I love the part when all the guys get into an argument about the white hoods.
Sorry friend, we ran out of sale badges.. Would you like a Movember mustache badge instead?
Give it a few hours