Stop using word “theme” when you are referring to an HTML template. It just confuses some buyers. And not to mention how non-professional you look when you mix “theme” and “template”. Just don’t, there is no use of it.
Yeah it is but for me it works without any errors.
Or only graphicriver, other marketplaces have defined height of the preview image.
Doing what you love is not a “natural thing all should follow” but a privilege. For example, in Serbia, there is a chain of bookstores. All the salesman are academic people with at least bachelor degree and they work for a lousy 220 euros per month. Do you think they love it? Do you think they don’t want to do things they love? They have no other choice or else they wouldn’t have anything to eat, or someone else would have to pay for them.
If you do what you love then you have a privilege.
You can deny society rules, like money, but you can’t deny nature – you need food and shelter and they don’t always come the way you want them to come. Denying that makes you spoiled.
There is no such thing as a new idea so don’t worry if it turns out as like it is a copy, it’s natural and it happens a lot.
Just don’t copy on purpose and you’re fine.
And don’t hesitate to post it in Item Discussion forum to get some feedback.
^ open bank account in dollars. Nothing disappears then
2 if you know what you are doing
There comes in place the new rule – shortcodes in plugins, so when user switches the theme the shortcodes are still gonna work.