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Janine Jan 7, 2011 07:37 AM

WishList: ATO text/graphical descriptions
 
As a newbie and absolute NON-programmer, I am totally confused as to how to use the Style images option (ATO: Various Content Items).

Similar to Style WIDGETS and Style POSTS & PAGES could it be possible to give graphical examples? These examples were fantastic and really helped me to come to grips with Atahualpa.

I'd also have a better understanding if there were graphical examples for Style TABLE. I spent a lot of trial-and-error time here and it's still not quite what I want...


EXPORT/IMPORT SETTINGS
What are these? And why do we need them?
Perhaps some text and/or graphical images could help newbies understand and make your theme even more user friendly.

I've looked at other themes, but I have to be honest. The Atahulpa Theme is the most flexible. You can do and change just about anything -- and I am a beginner! I am soooo glad to have found this Theme!

Thanks!
Janine

juggledad Jan 7, 2011 08:17 AM

these are great ideas, would you be willing to pay the developer to do this for this free theme? As he is currently working on themeframe - which he charges for, he would need an incentive to implement these.

Janine Jan 7, 2011 08:50 AM

would you be willing to pay the developer to do this for this free theme?

I am not yet receiving any income from my website using the Atahualpa theme. But again, I do see the motivational monetary aspect. ;) Why did I start up my website if not to set up a method of earning?

I am NOT against paying for additional help. But my pocket is not bottomless. Do you know how much motivation would be necessary?

Janine

juggledad Jan 7, 2011 09:17 AM

Quote:

Do you know how much motivation would be necessary?
I would guess 1 to 2 thousand dollars

at $50/hr (cheap for a programmer) it could take 10-20 hrs to research, code, test and put into the WordPress theme review cycle, so that means $1000 to $2000. Now if you wanted it rushed, you would have to pay a premium...

Janine Jan 7, 2011 09:37 AM

:( As much as I would love to, that is just waaay out of my pocket!

It will just have to wait until I can start earning with my website.


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