Idem for bilbo_b not possible update the item.
I like this new header.
+1! I’m sure that they don’t download a thing if the theme is not looking nice.And why would you jump in the front of the queue for this reason? This rejection reason is just like any other reason. I don’t get it..
I think first Envato Reviews see the demo and after go to the next steps. Simple.
Thanks Jar, anyway I don’t know for review this theme don’t have quality.
This is your review comment:
Our Review team also provided these comments:
Your item does not provide the necessary design quality for this category. As higher quality items become available in the marketplace, approval requirements will increase to maintain appropriate marketplace quality.While I’d be able to provide feedback as to how to get this approved, I can only do after it has crossed a certain threshold, quality wise. I’m sorry to say this isn’t there yet.
Hi guys, I received the news, I don’t really understand the methods of Envato.
Hard Rejected – my demo: http://www.demo.alessioatzeni.com/klaus/
Some days ago this theme is accepted – http://themeforest.net/item/ortax-wordpress-multipurpose-template/6062590?WT.ac=category_item&WT.seg_1=category_item&WT.z_author=pixelzeesh
The email? Always the same without a reason.
Allright, all I can say:
Navigation above: Maybe some more padding between the items. Is it possible to use some icons here?
About us: What, Why, How > You might want to add some (huge) icons here
Pages in general: Delete some lines of text and keep it with a maximum of two paragraphs of 3 – 4 lines of text.
Try a different color instead of the pink, maybe some more blue / green color so the design in general will become more ‘powerfull’.Good luck and don’t give up!
I follow your advice.
Wow I am honestly surprised that this was not accepted. If you look at the first row of themes in the New Items of ThemeForest – not only does this theme stand legions above those… but those are all basically THE SAME theme. I know I’m beating a dead horse here, but I strongly believe that reviewing standards and theme acceptance “policies” are practically full of double standards.
One reviewer can’t say no, if the guy or gal to his left just approved his/her fifth business theme with 19 sliders, 12 home page templates and 17 portfolio grid options – and oh by the way, each of these look basically the same.
I know noone is perfect, but maybe there should be a “we wont accept any more of this theme” type post/thread from ThemeForest – so people like this guy don’t loose out on countless hours of development work put into an item that he now has to find a way to make some money off of.Just some thoughts I suppose.
Thanks for your advice and thoughts, I appreciate it very much.