Shophistic actually caught my eyes because it had everything that a shop would need like the filtering system, shopping cart, blog, login etc…
When you say free in the title of that article I’d expected to be free and no payment required, but it turns out that most of the features of that template is locked behind a paywall (which also asks you to subscribe no matter what).
According to Google the definition of freemium is a business model, especially on the Internet, whereby basic services are provided free of charge while more advanced features must be paid for.
That’s right. If you double click on the square box which has one of the 2 colors at the bottom right, you will find that Color Picker has no eye dropper option built in it like Photoshop, instead you have to use the actual eye dropper.
The eye dropper tool on Illustrator works differently than the one in Photoshop, instead of picking just the matching color you actually pick the style of the object that you are eye dropping from.
So things like gradient, font style etc will also be picked up which can be annoying if you simply wanted just the color not everything else.
So all those times I’ve been using Photoshop for artwork editing there you can Control + A (Select All) things and there is a button on the toolbox which allows you to center everything to the page you’re working on.
I also use Illustrator for vector editing, but no such thing as align to artboard – but turns out there is a hidden show options inside the 4 lines next to the align/pathfinder tab that I didn’t know which brings the extra option for align to artboard.
So it turns out if you just started using Illustrator after using Photoshop for very long time like me, you will most likely don’t even know until you bring the extra options up.