Are you sure you bought it? Because there is no any badges under your userpic.
Good Question Check your paypal account again and the download section.
I buy themes here when clients want a lower cost option than a fully custom site. I just install Wordpress, pick a theme that they like, and charge them for any customizations and for hosting and maintenance.
I think many people are doing so. It´s just a great way to offer a lower cost option for start-ups and small clients.
Nice. Very interesting and envato did a great job to raise up by the way
The shape of your mockup looks good so far. Try to play with the Headline over the 3 boxes and the padding of the 3 col boxes are too big.
Sounds really cool, If I were a top theme seller then I would apply But I´m interested for sure.
Oh and it’s not really possible to be submitted on a specific day. The reviewers sometimes are very fast, while other times slow (due to lots of submissions). So no matter how well you know the reviewers, you can never say for certain when you’ll get accepted.
I guess doing the html one first and getting it on here is also good to see if anyone is interested in it to see if it’s worth doing the WP version?
Absolutly Word! If the HTML sells bad, why should i release a wordpress version? If nobody interested in the html, the wordpress version would not sell itself.
1 Week for Design in PS, 1-2 Weeks for HTML and 1 Day for the Documentation
Wordpress usually a few days longer.
I havn’t done a theme yet, but my suggestion will always be the HTML first. For one, it’s less time consuming to do a simple HTML structure and have it rejected, then to do a full WP theme and have it rejected.Yeah but usually WP sells more so you can first release the WP version and when the sells become weak release the HTML version and linking to the WP one so it will get more exposure again. I guess you should work this way only when you 120% sure your theme will get accepted.
By submitting the HTML first, you’ll have the structure you want, without all the WP calls in-between. It would just seem more cumbersom to me to edit a WP template than an HTML template. Though WP themes get more for the dollarEDIT : Sorry for the spellilng, I’m typing in a hurry
But I think that most authors here release first the HTML version like JayWood say so.