Thanks for your reply.
Would there not be any issues with the logo being sold with the theme to many other customers do you think?
I have a customer of one of my themes asking if they can use the illustration from a logo in one of my themes for branding, business cards etc. Has anyone done this before, what did you do, sell it? Allow them use for free? Or is it not even aloud with the license used?
Thanks for any help, Martin
i have another Q , when we active WP_Debug,we should fix all of Error then submit our theme? it is rule?
I would say probably. The rules have just been tightened so the review team will probably be looking at this kind of stuff. I suggest you check this article out to clear up any querieshttp://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/472/85/wordpress-theme-submission-requirements
I do it by downloading a free to use PSD then cropping the screenshot I want to use and putting it into the screen within the PSD using layer masks.
Dribbble is a good place to search for free device PSDs.
I’ve not released a theme on ThemeForest since last September due to finishing my final year of University however uni is now finished and I’m ready to create more themes
I was just wondering if there’s anywhere around the site with the latest requirements i.e. browsers which must be supported and other requirements for approval as I’m sure things may have changed since 10 months ago.
I’ve had a look around the forum and the Envato knowledge base but couldn’t seem to find anything, I’ve also checked out the WordPress Theme Submission Requirements.
I believe there is a queue however I think all of the site templates, WordPress templates and others appear in the same one. One reviewer might just review WordPress themes and another site templates therefore if the guy you spoke to submitted within a different category that might explain why his got done before yours.
Thanks for the replies, I managed to find out what it was pretty silly really.
When creating my meta boxes I used this tutorial over on WPtuts+, which helps you set up various different meta boxes including one which replaces the default categories taxonomy selection with its own.
When following the tutorial I created a sort of template for re-using the meta boxes and I included the code for the aforementioned custom category/taxonomy meta box which overrides the default categories, I simply removed the 3 lines of save code for the categories meta box which I don’t use and all is fixed
Thanks again guys