Very cool. Thanks for putting that together. And here’s to 2,000,000!
I”m curious how well the bundle sale did. Was it good? Bad? Did it get the same amount of sales as other bundles?
There was a holiday in Chili on Monday as well as our office there was closed.
Just something to think about from a business prospective. The number of reviewers might be based on the profitability of the site. I’m guessing ThemeForest has more reviewers than here.
RIP , you inspired many
I just took a look at the template. I did notice a couple minor things and that may be due to the browser (Firefox 7.0.1).
The rotating scroller at the top has some alignment issues between the image shown and the container.
The drop down navigation could use some improvement. Couple items there. The titles aren’t centered in the cells they appear to be floating up a bit. Also you have a black flat background and when you scroll-over it goes green, with drop shadow text and the green is a gradient. just IMO I ’d have left the background flat, go with the green and drop the drop shadow. It’s a bit jarring.
I really think those are all I see.
Nice to see the market being supported. Have all the files been selected?
I just really want the marketplace to be consistent on what they approve and don’t approve. I hate the need to have to prove that a file fits the marketplace.
With the large influx of bulk files from some authors recently the market appears to be supporting stock images.
I a bit confused as to how this marketplace selects some files to include and what not to include. I could fill a post with tons of link to files that appear to be stock oriented and not really have a value for use in creating other projects for clients.
I recently had a file rejected which has no different from any other files of its type. And I was told that it was stock imagery.
I’ve had to send links to reviewers to get items accepted by showing that what I have is the same as other items approved. With no changes they then get excepted which takes forever to get items on the marketplace.
I’m one who voted for a separate vector marketplace. Can someone explain how items (like tattoos or holiday items) aren’t stock images.
I’m very disappointed by the inconsistent message that the marketplace seems to be sending and how reviewers seem to have very different ideas on what the marketplace is or is not.
I think we need clarification.