Hi, I can’t use div class with inline style in text block, in the browser rendered it appears \”
For example : <div style=”italic”> sample text appear </div>
in rendered browser it has : \”italic\” so it won’t work, Does some one figure it out ?
I thought my theme has different design, waited for 2 days but got rejected suddenly , so I need your advise and your opinion.
I’m sure, My theme wasn’t minimal design but why I got reason that my theme isn’t minimal design enough… nothing to said more …
Demo site link : http://themes.multipixels.net/baractic/
From Reviewer :
Our Review team also provided these comments:
Overall, this is a good concept but there are a couple issues here:
We already have a number of submissions with the same overall design and concept and we have to draw the line somewhere.
I think we’re reached a point of saturation. At this point, we’re only looking for unique variations of this design: for another one to be approved it would have to have a couple of unique touches and features that differentiate it from what’s already available and definitely be of higher quality.
Minimal templates can be clean and simple when you manage to handle the white space and details to provide a simple but yet unique template. But if you can’t, it will look like an incomplete template – blank template.
In this case, the submitted template is more like a ‘framework’ than a full fledged design. If you’re going with minimalism, you need to make sure all the little details check out.
Softwebmedia saidTotally agreed. Post types should be kept inside.
I think custom post type is good to keep in the theme otherwise it will take more time for buyers to import demo content. For example for portfolio – buyer need to install portfolio plugin and import demo content for portfolio posts and same for other post types like testimonials, team members, sliders, FAQs etc. – this is time consuming for buyers. We (all authors) have different (or unique) design for all post types in each theme and for this we have to make each post types plugin for each theme – this is time consuming for authors.
one regular license for one site , so I think you can change it.