You can use my items too if you like them.
I keep them because, in my opinion, they are not simple boxes, they’re part of the design.
Hello priteshgupta, I think your theme is not so bad. But, as you’re a new author on TF, I suppose you should consider that you have to make a top-quality theme to get approved, because there are thousands of good themes on this marketplace. That means your theme must be almost perfect in any single aspect and respect some basic webdesign rules.
For example, the first things I would change are: align logo to left, add more space between titles and paragraphs in the blocks just under the slider, improve visual hierarchy of typography and of the elements, etc. A good website must be clear and readable. You can surely make it better! Don’t give up!
Thanks everybody. It’s very kind of you!
Many thanks to everybody for your quick and helpful answers.
Hello everbody, I’ve been working on a Drupal 7 site template for 2/3 weeks. It’s an ecommerce platform for selling material goods, based on new Drupal Commerce module. The project is still in progress. I suppose I need at least 2 weeks more to complete it. Today I asked to myself: “What if TF team rejects it? Do am I wasting too much time?”. So, the question is: (design a part…) is TF interested in ecommerce Drupal templates?
I thought it could be wise to put online my work, even if is still in progress, so that some of you can tell me if should I continue with it or not.
What do you think? Thanks, p.v.