Why can’t they just implement a multi-level drop-down for those links that are nested?
The WordPress version contains code necessary to make the HTML version WordPress compatible. You can’t turn the html version to WordPress without major adjustments.
You might need to change your server settings.. http://wordpress.org/support/topic/help-installed-theme-getting-3-error-messages-about-fopen-fread-fclose
Might also want to consider contacting the theme author from their contact page
If you purchased the html version then you need to integrate your own blogging system. Either that or you need to purchase the WordPress version and just upload it to your host like any other WordPress theme.
I’ve used a few hosts for my self and worked on a few sites with different hosts
MediaTemple, HostGator, HostMonster, Site5, RackSpace
I highly recommend Site5 for both performance, scalability and support. Easy to change the types of servers.. can go from shared to virtual to dedicated very easily.
Guys, this is going a bit too far. I really agree with you that some of Genesis child themes have design that might be good four years ago, now they are simply dated. But… Leaving comments on the item pages about how bad those themes are is really bad manner.
I agree. Sellers need to stop being so childish. It is obvious that people are even creating throwaway accounts for the sole purpose of posting replies on their items. If you think you can do better, then you should. Stop complaining and open up Photoshop.
I like it as well. The backgrounds on the recent posts were a great idea. Haven’t seen that before. I’m not a designer, but maybe the solid colors backgrounds could use some texture? Just a suggestion. Maybe the main menu could use some graphical elements? I like it.
One thing to remember, however, is that under GPL you are entitled to write a copyright and all copies or modified versions of your code need to also carry that copyright.