Aside from the SWIFT $35 fee to send money which Envato takes out, there’s also and incoming wire fee your bank will take out, which can be anywhere from 10-25 dollars, and then there may be a foreign exchange conversion from AUD to your country’s monetary equivalent. At most you’re looking at around 52 EUR .
I personally wouldn’t trust PayPal anything with more than $1,000.
There seems to be little flow to your layout, flow is also known as hierarchy. You may want to consider using the 960 grid system. I often recommend it to new developers or those who aren’t able to create their own grid system. In fact, if you hop on over to Smashing Magazine’s website, and look at their Photoshop and or Web Design section, you’ll find a plugin that works with all Photoshop versions, as far as I know, which will allow the program to do grids for you in whichever format you would like.
Going back to your layout, I would suggest studying up on padding, color theory and typography. You’ve got a good idea thus far on how to design, but you really must polish it to be accepted. Best of luck to you!
Minimum Compatible Browsers:
IE8 , FireFox 3.5, Safari 4, Opera 10, Chrome 3
Minimum Compatible Software:
Optimized for (Front end):
Desktop, Tablet, Mobile
The above data points only the minimum compatibility but makes sure to emphasize that. For the latest version compatibility, authors can just update them on description; easy and less harmful. The current trend is emphasizing the latest version/device support on item preview image and on top of description.In the upload page, getting input from author for the browser and versions in the above mentioned way is tricky but I guess it should be possible with combination of more than one dropdown or something. Especially the version number can be allowed to enter using text field while the browser names should be selected from a list. This way dev team no need to iterate that section unless a new browser introduced etc. No worries for version number updates.
I like your proposition! However, there is a slight problem with it. It seems that Apple has stopped development of Safari for Windows, so us Windows users won’t be able to test our sites in newer versions of Safari. And I don’t feel comfortable with dropping a grand on a MacBook Air as I detest netbooks.