Completely agree with the automatic monthly withdrawals.
If there is 1 badge I really deserve … it’s this one :
You can take all my badge away and give me this one
I bow to you, sir, my hero.
I just believe that you should do all those things in the spirit of better yourself and others, not for a badge. Being nice in hopes of receiving a badge is pretty low if you ask me, you should be nice all the time
But that’s not the point, sorry for offending you.
If it wasn’t for ThemeForest, I couldn’t have put my three sons through highschool, thank you ThemeForest….thank you.
(where’s my badge,bro?)
You must be a redditor.As for your frustration, I feel for you man.
Or a /b/tard, glad to know there’s more than one on TF
Aside from IconFinder, it’s helpful to checkout well known authors’ blogs as they often give away free icons, some of which are amazing.
Another good site to monitor is SmashingMagazine, for example, here are some icons you can use:
Be sure to check if you can use them, and if in fact you can it doesn’t hurt to share the link in the help file of your theme, to give some credit where it’s due.
Just noticed this too talk about effective simplicity, a great way to sort through the “important” replies
This is great news, we might have to face alot of angry new authors venting on the forums…but in the long run, very good for all of us to weed out the copycats.
@DD – i dont think anyone in their right mind would reject that theme
I was thinking about this a couple days ago, I stopped designing for a couple of months and now I’m back at it with a COMPLETELY new style…
ex. 6 months ago.. http://s3.envato.com/files/238068/2_homepage.jpg
Weird how taking a break can bring a new perspective..
Yep! I’d wager that the VAST majority of people here are happy… heck, we’re more than happy. This marketplace allows us to be creative, productive, and make an honest living without having to compromise anything like quality of life or our own personal styles. Buyers get products that in the past have been exponentially more expensive, authors get a fair cut, and the entire industry benefits from what this marketplace brings to the table. I’ve gotten countless emails from happy buyers who are thankful that they can now afford a website of the caliber of what we’re offering here. Honestly, the bugs, imbalances, and other things to gripe about will always exist, but keeping a good grip on the wider perspective of what’s happening here is the key to being a happy author in the long run (and I’m going to guess that this theory can extend a little further than just this website). Excellent thread topic
Perfectly worded, nothing and nobody is perfect – Envato is no exception. Find the beauty in the imperfections, not the ugly!