Thanks for your reply!
I saw that some themes have images from here http://wallpaperswide.com/ for the preview version of the item. They do not offer them for download and they also clearly state that it’s just for the preview. I remember that some time ago this was not permitted.
Is that OK now from the licence point of Envato?
Thanks iKreativ. I really appreciate your opinion as you are always very honest and direct and this are also some very helpful tips.
Anyone anything? I would really appreciate any feedback even if it is negative. I would like to know how much work does it need to be ready for TF.
first of all, don’t loose hope
now about your rejected theme, it is not bad, but it need’s some further polishing, it doesn’t look finished yet. Put more order to elements, make it more symmetrical and try to add something extra to it, otherwise it has potential to make on themeforest.
I would like to ask, if I am making an app (SAAS) where people have to pay to use it, you pay a monthly fee, something like mailchimp.com, do I have to pay the extended license to use the admin theme in my app?
GoDaddy doesn’t display .svg files by default. When linking to an SVG , the page will just spit out the source code to the image. Not very helpful. A temporary solution would be to change the .svg extension to .xml, which will then correctly display the image. But that’s not how we do it!
The solution is this. Stick the following lines into your websites root .htaccess file (the ~/html directory).
AddType image/svg+xml svg
AddType image/svg+xml svgz
AddEncoding x-gzip .svgz
this should make it work