3. There are a lot of helpful tutorials online regarding optimizing JS – this is the link you were provided and covers the basics: http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/10-ways-to-instantly-increase-your-jquery-performance--net-5551
4. There are sections in your JS file that are commented and are essentially dead code – please remove these.
Hopefully this helps
Hey vilvas,I looks like CodeCanyon is lacking in the donation slider department: http://codecanyon.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=donation+slider
I would recommend submitting it. However, seeing that it is a pretty simple item and there are probably freebie items similar to it on the web, I would try to find some unique settings/features/design angle to work into it before submitting it to insure it gets approved.
I cannot locate this information in the knowledge base at this time, but I’ve alerted Envato Support of this matter and this will hopefully be resolved soon. However, I can tell you that this policy is not new and that authors are not permitted to check purchase codes in order to activate / grant access to a purchased item. As stated earlier though, verification can be used in external support forums.
“The item, and all advertised sub-modules and features, needs to be functional right out of the box without user intervention.”
This refers to activating the product with a key, etc. which is not permitted. Yes, some user setup / configuration will be required – but it cannot include verifying the purchase. This is something we check for here and on ThemeForest.
Another staff member will be along shortly to address locating this information in the knowledge base for you.