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    edwardsmarkf
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    hello – at  http://demo.weavertheme.com/  i see some “advanced” themes.   is there any source for templates [or sub-themes] for these?

    in other words, is there any turnkey add-ons for these more sophisticated sub-themes?  ideally i would be able to just install a really slick ready-2-go sub-theme from my new extreme+ package.
    #23863
    scrambler
    Moderator
    If you mean the site example slideshow, these are the result of web designers work using weaver themes. They are their own creation and property.
    Weaver Xtreme provides a highly customizable environment that lets you create any design you want. It comes with a number of subtheme that include some level of pre customization.
    But ultimately it is up to you to create your own design using the theme. The theme is a powerful tool. Making a beautiful deign with it does require the talent of a designer 🙂
    If you find a design you like, you can be sure there is probably a way to do it with Xreme. It will require some work on your part, and we can help figure out the best way to accomplish it.
    @Weaver is open to helping resale packages of add-ons premium subthemes (http://xtreme.weavertheme.com/add-on-subthemes/ ), But no designer has volunteered any so far 🙂

     

    #23864
    edwardsmarkf
    Participant
    >>> But ultimately it is up to you to create your own design using the theme.
    yes i understand.  i was hoping there was some packaged “premium” type of weaver sub-theme already available, with sliding elements and other bells and whistles.
    >>>  But no designer has volunteered any so far 
    is it because they are almost as lazy as i am ?
    #23865
    scrambler
    Moderator

    Most designers want to keep their design for themselves (it is their bread an butter), they would probably not make enough money selling the templates.

    #23866
    Bobthearch
    Participant

    >>>  is it because they are almost as lazy as i am ?

    🙂 

    I would guess the reason is that professional or serious website developers put a lot of thought, effort, creativity, and time into creating their website appearance, and they don’t want a bunch of other websites looking exactly like theirs.
    I certainly understand the reluctance to learn custom coding, spending weeks of trial-and-error, and learning complex software interactions from scratch just to make a small website, especially if it’s not something you’re being paid to do.

    What I suggest is selecting a theme that’s highly customizable (like WeaverX), selecting the sub-theme that’s closest to your ‘vision’, and further customizing the site with use of the WeaverX options and plug-ins.  Those featured websites, although the underlying theme of every one may be WeaverX, could not appear so interesting and unique without generous use of plug-ins and/or custom code.  Some plug-ins are so advanced and customizable as to be nearly themes themselves.

    If there’s a certain website feature or style that you’d like to replicate, these forums are a good place to ask.

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