Noted, although will this get it approved? Probably not. I started out with smaller fonts/buttons.
It has been through 7 rounds of revisions already so I am looking for something solid to fix rather than continuing to alter the design and get more rejections.
It just is starting to feel like the reviewers are wasting my time here.
I’m starting to look at Mojo Themes since I can not get this seemingly nice Theme approved here.
It makes no sense though from a business standpoint.
Files cost literally nothing to host and Envato makes money off “every” single sale so why not just approve it rather than lose the business to a competitor who clearly does less traffic at the moment.
Bottom line, the theme will sell. Maybe not here though since the reviewers don’t seem to understand the concept behind this design.
Damn shame really.
I’ve got over 300 files, songs and apps for sale here. You would think there would be a little consideration for approving more of my work since I clearly did not start uploading files here yesterday.
I’ve been working my butt here since 2007 & I can’t help but be upset after 7 rounds of revisions based on direct feedback from only 1 reviewer that actually gave some constructive feedback the first two times anyway (Siddharth).
My work gets approved like butter (smoothly) on every other marketplace Envato has that I participate in. e.g. ActiveDen, AudioJungle, GraphicRiver, etc.
Can you please provide some better direction for getting the theme approved?
I’ve submitted it to Forrst & people love it! So why do TF’s Reviewers continue to hate on me so bad. Saying things like your design is “grossly understyled” is rude and does not provide a solution to fixing any understyled areas! After seven rejections, I still have not been told what areas are needing fixing that have not already been modified.
Here’s the demo link: WP Marketplace”
I know this is a lengthy post but I have worked on this Theme for a month and still have yet to get an approval.
Can I get some specific requirements for improvement feedback on this theme please: WP Store
It’s been rejected again after the fourth round of revisions and I do not understand why it needs “more unique features” when there are only a few WordPress eCommerce Themes on TF at the moment.
I just want the reviewers to understand that this is a vast improvement from my first 2 WP Themes on TF and so I am not certain why it was not ready yet.
My two reviewers said it needed more unique features/design elements but look at a small sample of the features list.
+ 5 Unique Sliders
+ 7 Page Templates (Blog Page, Home Page w/ Slider & Product Grid View, Full-Width, Page w/ Sidebar, Single Post, Search Results, Archives)
+ Instant Digital Delivery
+ 3 Custom Post Types – (Products, Slides & Posts)
+ Newsletter Widget w/ Validation
+ Modal Contact Form w/ Validation
+ Recent Products & Posts Widgets!
+ Uses PayPal Standard (Free)
+ Social Boost for Products & Posts (Tweet, Like, Digg, Google Buzz)
+ Easily manage Page/Post Specific Sidebar Widgets
+ Add unlimited Files/Products
+ Track Sales in WordPress Admin
+ Styled, Threaded Product Comments
+ Transparent WP 3 .1.3 Drop-Down Menu(s)
+ PayPal Button Generator in admin
+ PayPal Button Shortcodes
+ Formatted HTML /CSS/PHP Codes to copy & paste for style templating.
Thanks. Sean Sr.
I got one ready.
When does it launch?
Can one of you blokes please send me a blank 4×6 .pds file with the bleeds, trim and guides setup?
I just bought Photoshop CS5 yesterday and have been using fireworks all these years.
I am new to print design so I really don’t know how to setup a template for 4×6 & 8.5×11 which I probably won’t get into until I feel more comfortable in PS and with designing for print.
Got my first Flash File in the ActiveDen que for many months now.
Hope it does well.
Support is handled through simple video tutorials.
Well mates, here’s the first mock-up with several widgets and a modal contact form with validation. It also includes sorting and a “showcase” style slider which I have done in Flash, but would also like to offer the jQuery version.
The png images are named, grouped, & layered. The template uses a “Master Page” for easy header footer consistency as mentioned in a recent Tuts+ Article.