Yep, this only works for forum comments, not for the comments you make in the items section. Maybe this can be implemented. Just not sure what benefits it would bring.
Sorry to hear. This happens a lot unfortunately. I agree like some say that all the effort in trying to obfuscate isn’t going to help enough. Yeah, send notice to Google. Also maybe this is something to participate with:http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/freshkiller-lets-group-together-and-give-them-hell-/26349
Tracking buyers is illegal. Though I do understand the reason behind it it’s not the route to follow. Pirated versions often contain unwanted extra’s as well.
If a Moderator deletes your comments than they most definitely are against the community guidelines or the terms. Whether someone agrees or disagrees with your statement is irrelevant. Respect those rules and you will be fine. If you think a moderator made a mistake than please raise your issue with Envato directly.
Not a bad start!
However for Themeforest not good enough (yet) because the bar is pretty high here. Some improvements: Reconsider your colorscheme, polish your typography and create more uniformity.
You also need more content sections. It’s supposed to be a template not an end product. Goodluck.
Before the theme was pulled I was reading that the author was never replyingFor me this would be an indicator I’m on my own when I buy it, although an author can have legit reasons for it . I understand it leaves you kind of baffled though. I would suggest to ask him and or Envato.
The best thing first is to ask the author why it’s pulled. It may have been soft disabled or something like that and come back at any time. If the author is not responding or able to answer, you can ask Envato for clarification. I can understand that f.i. copyright infringement would be something you like to know about.
I’m developer and lack design skills but I can look around and can get idea about design. but I’m wondering if this is good approach or not.Well that really depends on your interpretation of what you see. I would rather suggest to learn about design first, after that at some point it’s possible to develop without PSD (there certainly are people who work like that). But witnessing all the feedback beginning designer ask on the forum I can conclude it’s not a given that “seeing design” means you are understanding design
Nothing wrong here. Does it occur on all devices, browser, resolution?
I will respond through the forum only, hope you understand. You send me a message basically saying you think the new version is better than the old one. Though there are some minor improvements the overall quality is still the same.
I provided you some links which may be a lot to read and still don’t tell you exactly what you need to do, but there really is nobody that can tell you exactly what you need to do.
Please take a moment to read the articles & learn the design basics. Then the information you are looking for will come to mind.
When I look at your template as a vistor I don’t know why I’m there. It does contain elements that I will find in any template but with poor execution. It leaves me confused and I miss any kind of persuasion.
For example check the color scheme usage, background -foreground, check the typography (both font of choice and spacing issues) also some code errors.
What I tried to say is webdesign is more than code come to life.
It is code + graphic design + visual communication + marketing.
Don’t give up but maybe start a new.
Hey there again,
Sorry to say but my previous comments (in previous thread) still stand: Not even near to acceptance!Look back on the feedback you already got and recheck you template. Also whats up with all the animation? What purpose does it suit? Please learn the basics of design first.
- Visual Hierachy
- Check your markup
- Webdesign trends 2015 search result
- Inspirational gallery 1
- Inspirational gallery 2
It’s not about putting some elements together and make them animate a lot.