Well, it would be best to contact the author.
Sounds to me like a relative path problem. This is especially common pitfall in web design suites such as Dreamweaver. Well, not saying Dreamweaver is the problem, it’s just the person using the software isn’t doing it properly.
Could you post a code example to illustrate your problem?
Design, that’s the problem here.
You do seem to have some good features… But your overall design is bad.
Work on this.
If you want I can provide more detailed critique. I actually like this, with the right design it would probably be approved.
is this a theme you have bought?
reference the css id/div container and then usehttp://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_background-image.asp
Yeah, what that guy said.
Also this sounds like a basic ‘how do I use wordpress issue?’ Rather than a theme specific issue.
There are loads of tutorials, especially video ones which I would recommend. And it doesn’t matter what Operating System you use. Well for hosting it might, but most use a linux. Anyway…all that is irrelevant because you have successfully installed wordpress on your domain.
I did assume more recent themes/plugin would have strict quality control. Thanks for clearing this up.
1. Have you purchased a theme from here?
1. Why is there a huge gap between header and slider on the main page?
2. No link to blog.
3. Services very bland.
4. Terrible colour switcher.
5. No way near enough features?
There is no checklist…
The only thing considered mandatory is follow wp_standards and Js/css standards.
Other than that you can more or less, do whatever you want as long as it is unique and has a strong design.