Thème WordPress I’m Okay

Okay_screenshot_2.pngCe thème est probablement roumain. Il est assez intéressant et « présente » assez bien. On le télécharge dans sa version originale chez stealthsettings.

Fond noir et bords arrondis. Beaucoup d’espace autour des 2 colonnes de ce thème. Il s’en sort pas mal avec son beau rond vert et son harmonie de couleurs très agréable.

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Notes du traducteur.

  • Je traduit ce thème après l’avoir téléchargé car il contient assez peu de fichiers.
  • Structure basée sur des tableaux. Etonnant pour un thème pour WordPress.
  • Certains éléments de mise en page se baladent dans les fichiers .php du template.
  • A vous de voir mais le texte « I’m okay » est une image à personnaliser.
  • magik-moto dit :

    Good law enforcement gear, when used properly, can save lives. Therefor it is essential that only law enforcement gear of very high quality is chosen. Of course, price also matters so an equilibrium should be reached to ensure all deals are considered value for money.

  • There is no point in over-paying for tactical equipment, no matter how good it is. And certainly, no one will compromise reliability for very low price, given that the ultimate price paid could be a life. So always be prudent when making a purchase.
    Purpose Of The Gear Before selecting law enforcement gear, consider first the situations where the gear will be used. For example, there are many types for bullet proof vests which offer varied amounts of protection and mobility.

  • In most cases, it would be better to purchase vests which are easily concealed. These type of vests are less bulky, lighter and offer good protection against low caliber bullets.
    It is not always necessary to purchase the type of vest which offers the most protection but is not easily concealed. If an assailant knows a law enforcement officer is wearing a vest, he would most likely aim for a non-protected body part. And this will most likely be the head. This would defeat the purpose of wearing a vest in the first place.

  • typosphere dit :

    Do you love the item? Forget the investment potential. Forget the price. Forget any selling schpeel or scarcity of the piece. Forget the worry of where you’ll put it at home. Simply, do you like it? How do you respond emotionally to it? Whether you are an individual or dealer, only you can really decide this. OK, so you’ve fallen in love with a piece. Now what?
    Stage 2
    Can you afford it? So lets say that the piece you have chosen has an affordable price tag – and by that I mean on a personal level you will be able to pay for it without mortgaging your home or selling your children! Only you can gauge this, and the same also applies to the dealer. After all, they could be stuck with it for sometime and not be able to free up their working capital.
    Stage 3
    What price are you prepared to pay? This is where for the most part the dealer has the edge on a private client. It is their specialist knowledge of market prices and current trends, which will assist them greatly in completing a sale, that will in turn be driven by their business margins.

  • upads dit :

    It’s somewhat obvious, but if you are buying anything with a signature, try to research the artist. If the piece is attributed to someone, what is the basis for the seller claiming this? This is also loosely described as provenance – the holy grail of authenticity.
    Provenance could include, but not be limited to, anything from a verifiable source of past ownership to documentation proving the substance of the piece. It may also just be a gut feeling for example where an old lady has had something in the family for as long as she can remember. Remember this though, never take anyone’s word for what you are looking at. It may be that the seller is simply trying to turn a quick profit and hasn’t dug too deep into an items value in either direction.

  • But where and how I hear you ask? Well you’ll find that the internet is a hugely valuable and free resource for this. There are also subscription based services which will track a particular artist or edition in the sale-rooms worldwide. See Benezit online (soon to be launched), Artprice etc.
    The internet has really changed the way the way in which we shop and consume all sorts of products. For the novice, it is an invaluable tool for researching whether there is a similar item for sale, and at what price, or to simply learn more about the piece you are about to purchase. Within the trade, there are mixed views about this, mostly because this kind of market intelligence was predominantly the domain of the professionals and it is seen as somehow weakening the commercial advantage. I’m of the opinion though that this sea-change of the way we now acquire art it is a good thing, as in the long run it benefits everyone dealing in expensive works of art and raises the reputation and transparency of those bona fide dealers.