Insipred by Matt Brett (and with his blessing!), I decided to make my own marketplace buttons that all envato authors can use!
What are these for?
Well, on each file for purchase, you get an editable area (which you can put basic code into) to describe the file. You can also add whatever else you want in this area. That’s where these buttons come into play!
They are eye-candy, to assist you in catching and keeping your potential and current customers.
Matt included some extra buttons ontop of the “follow me” envato branded ones, but I felt that people might be interested in adding some more social media buttons, and a few miscellaneous extra ones for good measure.
So without further adeu!
What’s the catch?
So you may be asking this question to yourself. The only thing I ask is you don’t link the images directly from my website.
ust click one of the download buttons to the right, and save the images to your own (or free) web hosting.
Why thank you! I have created the following, for your convenience:
- .gif files, which use the same coloured background as every single file listing
- transparent .png files, for those who prefer the way they look
- as well as the original .psd which I used to create the buttons
How do I put them into my files?
To put these onto your file listing successfully, use the below code:
<a href="#"> <img src="http://www.mysite.com/images/btn_envato.png" alt="Subscribe via Envato" /> </a> <a href="http://graphicriver.net/user/YourUsername/follow"> <img src="http://www.mysite.com/images/btn_graphicriver.png" alt="Follow me on GraphicRiver" /> </a> <a href="http://twitter.com/YourUsername"> <img src="http://www.mysite.com/images/btn_twitter.png" alt="Follow me on Twitter" /> </a>
Any other useful information?
Last but not least – I’d love to see you using them! I’d love for you to add a quick comment to this post with your portfolio profile/special files you’d like to mention!
Enjoy! If you really like them, please share the love via twitter, facebook, or your favourite social website.