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CSSfreak wordpress theme is widget-ready 3 column wordpress theme made. Due to popular demand of 3 column widgetize wordpress theme so i decided to released this css based free theme so that wordpress user can fully optimize their choice of colour scheme based on popular Kuler colour scheme. The theme itself are based on Kuler’s Darkvex colour scheme and the theme are fully optimize for fast loading since there’ll be no image caching based theme and all codes are coded to valid strict xhtml 1.0 and valid css 3.0. For optimal compatible the theme also coded with no-hack css so that it’ll work in almost major browser(i hope..:)).

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  1. I apologize if I offend anybody but what can I say, my friends call me House Jr. (if you ever saw the popular American TV series House) so I just HAD to say what I am about to say.

    As a developer and software engineer myself I can speak first hand about this topic, as I have endured it for a very long time now. Listen up folks…

    We developers spend a lot of our time working on these tools for you and then we offer them up free of charge with all the bells and whistles we are able to provide. Many of us, like this site’s author for example, even try to offer you some sort of technical support. We have no problem with your earnest questions, comments, support, or even complaints. However, allow me to tell you what really %&^*$&#’s us off even though we never voice it to anyone. We just smile and try to comply as best we can as you pick apart, mutilate, and destroy the child we just bore.

    Why? Because that’s the very reason we offered it to you freely! We want you to have fun with it, tear it up, put it back together, make something completely different and unique from it even. But please…PLEASE think about what you are asking us sometimes.

    Asking us an honest “How-To” question about our product is one thing…asking us to teach you how to code in PHP, use CSS, or anything else directly related to development is not only unacceptable, but it’s just rude.

    Sure, I went to college and got a degree in Software Engineering…I know what you’re thinking. However, college and the titled degree it carries is not what taught me things like deductive reasoning.

    Example:
    I would say to myself…
    Hrmmm, I need to change the top image on this theme. Ok, I’ll start by looking through the files of the theme. I’ll look through them one at a time, look at the code, see what is there. I’ll use common sense and while looking at these files I’ll determine I should probably look at files with names like BODY, HEADER, FOOTER, etc. I mean those sound pretty important…

    Oh wait! I know, first I will look at all the images in the theme folders, find the one that looks like the top image, get the name of it. That way I know what to look for in the pages!

    Now let me see…here is a reference to the image on the header.php file! Awesome! Ok, so the most simple way for me to do this (if I had very little knowledge of HTML, PHP, etc.) is for me to look at the image size of the existing header image, make MY image the same size, then rename MY image to the same name, and replace the original.

    Pretty simple right?
    Now, I’m not trying to be a smart*** here. My point is if you want to know more about the development part, go learn it. We did…often at great expense. But do not dare, ask some sort of really involved question development related expecting us to completely teach you without even trying. Kinda like RTFM (if you’re a techy the RTFM comment will most likely give you a chuckle).

    And to show you I am not trying to be a jerk (only make my point and hopefully make some people think) I am going to share some valuable information with you here with this site author’s permission. If it is disapproved then you are welcome of course to edit this post, no harm done and no feelings hurt.

    Want to understand more about CSS, PHP, JavaScript, DHTML, HTML, etc? Try this site http://www.htmlgoodies.com
    It has been around for a very long time and just kept growing. The original author of this site I think still works on it as a lead editor. Very simple instructions, tutorials, and samples on each and every one of those subjects you would like to understand better. But please don’t expect us to teach you, after we already spent many days of our lives learning this technology well enough to make these things for you asking nothing in return.

    Then, if trying to research it well on your own first…you still have a question, an earnest question that makes even US think? Developers everywhere would smile and politely thank you.

    I think that’s fair don’t you? 🙂

    And before I leave you all with these thoughts – Richie-K, awesome theme work and I really like your site design…very stylish indeed. I will definitely come to visit more now and perhaps we can work on a project together in the near future.

    Public CommentUserI apologize if I offend anybody but what can I say, my friends call me House Jr. (if you ever saw the popular American TV series House) so I just HAD to say what I am about to say. As a developer and software engineer myself I can speak first hand about this topic, as I have endured it for a very long time now. Listen up folks... We developers spend a lot of our time working on these tools for you and then we offer them up free of charge with all the bells and whistles we are able to provide. Many of us, like this site's author for example, even try to offer you some sort of technical support. We have no problem with your earnest questions, comments, support, or even complaints. However, allow me to tell you what really %&^*$&#'s us off even though we never voice it to anyone. We just smile and try to comply as best we can as you pick apart, mutilate, and destroy the child we just bore. Why? Because that's the very reason we offered it to you freely! We want you to have fun with it, tear it up, put it back together, make something completely different and unique from it even. But please...PLEASE think about what you are asking us sometimes. Asking us an honest "How-To" question about our product is one thing...asking us to teach you how to code in PHP, use CSS, or anything else directly related to development is not only unacceptable, but it's just rude. Sure, I went to college and got a degree in Software Engineering...I know what you're thinking. However, college and the titled degree it carries is not what taught me things like deductive reasoning. Example: I would say to myself... <em>Hrmmm, I need to change the top image on this theme. Ok, I'll start by looking through the files of the theme. I'll look through them one at a time, look at the code, see what is there. I'll use common sense and while looking at these files I'll determine I should probably look at files with names like BODY, HEADER, FOOTER, etc. I mean those sound pretty important... Oh wait! I know, first I will look at all the images in the theme folders, find the one that looks like the top image, get the name of it. That way I know what to look for in the pages! Now let me see...here is a reference to the image on the header.php file! Awesome! Ok, so the most simple way for me to do this (if I had very little knowledge of HTML, PHP, etc.) is for me to look at the image size of the existing header image, make MY image the same size, then rename MY image to the same name, and replace the original.</em> Pretty simple right? Now, I'm not trying to be a smart*** here. My point is if you want to know more about the development part, go learn it. We did...often at great expense. But do not dare, ask some sort of really involved question development related expecting us to completely teach you without even trying. Kinda like RTFM (if you're a techy the RTFM comment will most likely give you a chuckle). And to show you I am not trying to be a jerk (only make my point and hopefully make some people think) I am going to share some valuable information with you here with this site author's permission. If it is disapproved then you are welcome of course to edit this post, no harm done and no feelings hurt. Want to understand more about CSS, PHP, JavaScript, DHTML, HTML, etc? Try this site http://www.htmlgoodies.com It has been around for a very long time and just kept growing. The original author of this site I think still works on it as a lead editor. Very simple instructions, tutorials, and samples on each and every one of those subjects you would like to understand better. But please don't expect us to teach you, after we already spent many days of our lives learning this technology well enough to make these things for you asking nothing in return. Then, if trying to research it well on your own first...you still have a question, an earnest question that makes even US think? Developers everywhere would smile and politely thank you. I think that's fair don't you? :smile: And before I leave you all with these thoughts - Richie-K, awesome theme work and I really like your site design...very stylish indeed. I will definitely come to visit more now and perhaps we can work on a project together in the near future.
  2. I downloaded and installed your theme. It is perfect 🙄

    Public CommentUserI downloaded and installed your theme. It is perfect :roll:
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