You can start by adding a working contact form. Kinda the norm now. I personally don’t like the way the blog post data is laid out currently, but that is just my opinion. Other than that, I think it looks like 25+ other blogs on the site already, which don’t get my wrong, isn’t a bad thing. It looks good, but may need something to set it apart from the rest.
ipad, yes sir that is correct.
Thank you for the suggestions thus far.
iPad, which font are you refering to? The headings and nav font is Myriad Pro. The rest of the text is Arial. The text used in the company name started out as Arial Black.
In the past I have only done work for people in my local area from which I either knew personally or was referred by someone I knew, so I didn't deal with contracts, but rather agreements (stupid, I know I know). Lately, I have been getting some contact from potential clients that I don't know and that aren't local. I know I read some great articles in the past on sample contracts and proposals, but must have forgotten to bookmark them. I would like to take on some of these jobs, but want to make sure that I am protected. I'm not the best writer, so I would like to find some samples and determine whether I need to hire someone to write one for me. Anyone know of some? Thanks much!
edit: Why do my post always end up in this scrolling box format?
This is the first one of lovecoredesigns post that I have actually been able to read. Every time I see that avatar, it is followed by “This post has been flagged inappropriate”
+1 Myriad Pro
I don’t want to step on anyone’s toes here, but if they are calling your similar design a copyright infringement, then I must say that there is a VERY hot selling template on Themeforest that is a VERY close replica of a major online email marketing website, but it didn’t generate a stink. I’m just sayin…
So, a few weeks ago I wanted to order some food from one of the local places in my town. I went to their website to notice that all of their images had the iStockphoto watermark over them. This place has been around about a year now with a website. So today I go back to check out the menu again and still nothing has changed. The site in question is http://www.jambone.net/index.htm
Not only does this look absurd, I just don’t see it fair to the photographers of the work they are displaying as their food. Just wondering what you all think. Worth mentioning the next time I order some food or what?
Can purchasers RSS comments on themes they have purchased? With the new PHP category, there are sure be a lot of updates to an item. I’m currently waiting on two. Is there a way I can RSS the comments to see when the developer answers questions or post updates? Currently, I’m having to check them several times daily (I know I know, I’m impatient right?)