Surely there is logic behind only showing authors the comments…
Buyers get a “degree of” warning already by seeing the old rating stars, in the vast majority of cases on poor files the issues are mentioned in item comments, and if the file does not work they can get a refund.
Now in the new approach lets assume an inexperienced buyer purchases a file and struggles for whatever reason with it (I appreciate not all buyers are inexperienced). They leave unfair negative comments about the file (we know this happens based on existing item comments), again this is negative for the author.
If the buyer is experienced then they are still able to rate it low and to leave comments in the item feed.
So it would appear that buyers are not really being disadvanataged by now seeing the rating explanations.
By keeping it author access sonly they can choose to (or perhaps in some cases not to) respond to the problems as they deem fit.
Aside form this there may even also (I could be wrong) a privacy issue involved.
The way envato have it makes sense to me completely.
Out of interest to anyone who does not agree with the change – if you were an author and someone unfairly criticized your file would you want it to be visible to all?
@familychoice and this is not an attack in any way whatsoever but you are obviously passionate about web design. We see you have now got your author badge When are you releasing your first file?
Where are posting this request for whom interested in finding an accepted PSD design and find our template good for them
And it really depends on the quality of the HTML and Wordpress code.
Unfortunately thats only part of it. The design needs to be up to par too and year ago maybe but today there are so many one page designs out there many of which offer way more and much higher aesthetics. Nevertheless good luck finding someone
You need to login with the account which purchased the file and contact the author
Just so you are aware – no one can “guarantee” acceptance for a file here. Plus you will need to have a sizeable budget to hire help (given the potential income) to do this unless you want to profit share the end result.
Good luck finding someone
It’s ok I think I will stick to doing it the old fashioned way. I know there is a plugin which “claims” to do this but it don’t work/do it properly. That said if you have a secret way then you will be a VERY rich man very soon and can move on from your Muse template in you profile. Good luck
Yeah right! and to TF standards right!?
Firstly you should try asking the author in their forum http://support.rockthemes.net/
For what it is worth the first issue it looks like there is different amount of copy hence box is a different height.
Second issue is because of the “featured” class on that item. Don;t take this the wrong way but I hope the 98% skill in WordPress on the about page is just demo content and not an actual claim of a the company, who cannot make changes like this or is employing you as a third party to do it for them.
The author is good and am sure they will help you sort it out quickly
I just wanted to clarify that we do not want to allow multiple versions of the same theme to be sold for the same platform unless they have distinctly different purposes and have a significant set of differences. So a “lite” theme vs “standard” theme would not be allowed. However, an eCommerce version of a “standard” theme, built more specifically for eCommerce functionality, etc. would be allowed to be sold separately from the “standard” theme.
Taking this approach is beneficial for the whole community vs prohibiting across the board.I hope this helps clarify, everyone!
Would you mind defining in a little detail what constitutes “distinctly different purposes and have a significant set of differences”. As an example of commerce .v. standard theme – I am assuming its more than just adding WooCommerce and moving some content around. Thank you