You can always respond to the reviewer and give them your arguments (as you have just done here) and also ask for additional feedback for why the item was rejected, and what needs to be done for it to be accepted. It worked for me with one of my items.
Perhaps try adding a lot of different transitions and resubmitting?
The slider itself looks great, but as said above, there are a lot of sliders on the site. You’re file being good enough, isn’t always sufficient grounds for it getting accepted.
If you add more transitions and /or other features and resubmit, explaining the enhancements you’ve made, perhaps it’ll get accepted.
You ask the author directly. You can post a comment on the items comment page, or email uDesignStudio from their profile page.
Just got there myself yesterday!
I would love to see an accounting type PHP script make it up here, something that lets me track incoming and outgoing money, both to vendors and employees. MS Money, Quickbooks and such are just so overkill. I have been unsuccessful at finding anything that works for me. Just a thought…
Use Mint.com. It’s the single best money tracking system I’ve ever seen and used.
Try rebuilding your permalink structure. This can be done by going to Settings > Permalinks and clicking “Save Changes”.
The ability to see all my followers and manage who I follow from a list like twitter’s. More SPECIFIC reviewer responses when an item is rejected. I think all authors would appreciate that, especially for the time they put into their work. We shouldn’t have to guesstimate why our item was not accepted if it is just a technical reason, but not specified for example.
Subscribing to item updates would be invaluable as well.
The biggest problem that I see wish this is that a category for WoW is in no way, whatsoever related to web/app development, which is the focus of Code Canyon. To open up a category like that would then bring up, “well, why not have a category for game mods, game characters, game addons, etc”.