I am pretty sure (but ready to be corrected if not), that tracking the files using any tactic would be a major breach of buyers privacy.
I especially like the justification that it can’t be a copy because it is a different file type – like that excuses copying someone’s design!
Just duplicate the code for one of the existing three columns and adjust the column width in the CSS. Thats all it needs
It would be better to post a link to the page or the name of the template at least so anyone can determine how simple or not it may be
Looks fine to us – are you sure your browser is not zoomed? One thing – I am pretty sure Pinterest would not be too happy about you using their “P” logo for your branding on a marketplace where you are earning income
Unfortunately it does not matter who wrote it it still needs to validate unless the errors are unavoidable
Validate the code
Validation errors and footer could be better
Its been discussed a hundred times before. For what its worth i DO believe authors who go out of their way to offer first class support should get recognition BUT ratings would never work and are not a fair way to deliver it.
- As has been covered more than anything in the forums envato do not and cannot enforce support (or updates etc). I am not getting into weather they should or not because that is a different thread and they cannot without radically changing the entire marketplace probably with more detrimental than positive impact.
- Therefore it is not fair to judge an author (and a new rating would affect sales) base don something which is not a mandatory requirement.
- Buyers have a “relative” protection in terms of being able to request a refund for issue filled themes however authors do not have this option if a buyer behaves inappropriately.
For example we have already seen a series of questionable ratings on themes as it is PLUs (not in all cases but definitely a good %) some buyers do not fully understand the difference between realistic support and customisation.
Again I agree authors who stand out should be recoignised but for now envato already run the fairest policy to both parties.