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ThemeBeans And Their Best Web Design Tools

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  • 1. ThemeBeans Elite Author on ThemeForest Sold between $100 000 - $250 000 Slides created by Divine Elemente for SpeckyBoy
  • 2. Membership: 1-2 years Location: USA Total Sales: 2500+ Total Items: 9 Slides created by Divine Elemente for SpeckyBoy
  • 3. ” v v v QUESTION: If you could use only the up to five web design tools for the WordPress theme development, which tools would you choose? Slides created by Divine Elemente for SpeckyBoy
  • 4. ” v v v ANSWER: If only code work then jQuery naturally, Isotope, Zurb framework and I'm liking waypoints.js a lot lately. I use Font Awesome in my shortcodes plugin but I wouldn't say it's a priority component. It really depends on the type of theme I want to create I suppose. App wise, I couldn't work without a good editor (Espresso here), Photoshop, Transmit (FTP app), GitHub & Codebox (for storing code snippets). Slides created by Divine Elemente for SpeckyBoy
  • 5. $ BEST PRODUCT Folo Approx. Income $6 000+ Total Sales 400+ WordPress Theme Slides created by Divine Elemente for SpeckyBoy
  • 6. FIVE USED TOOLS 1. jQuery Library 2. Zurb Framework 3. Font Awesome Icons 4. Waypoints.js 5. Isotope Slides created by Divine Elemente for SpeckyBoy