Build your computer, don’t buy a prebuilt one like Dell:)
It’s very simple to do and you’ll be able to customize it to your hearts content. While it might be harder to troubleshoot if something goes wrong compared to a traditional setup, you can get better parts, and the parts that typically fail first (RAM, HDD) have warranties that’d last much longer then a prebuilt system like a Dell.
Thank you much – Yep, I’m already about done converting it to HTML/CSS.
Then I’ll upload that and hopefully generate more sales and then convert that puppy to WP
Woo, I just wanted to say Thank You to everyone! Glad to finally be an author, even if we don’t generate many sales.. lol
So, according to the image you linked me. I am allowed to use that image, correct? If so, that image is for a game called Dota and those are characters from that game, even though that artist made a concept of them. Are user created concepts based upon certain games allowed then?
That being said, I do have contact with some gaming developers. It might not be with some of the big companies like EA. But I do have permission to use such artwork from the developers as they know it’s not going to be sold, it is just going to be used to PREVIEW the theme.
My question is – How do you release a gaming theme, without being allowed to use gaming pictures… lol
All of those images are not in the downloadable file. They are for preview purposes only, and I mentioned that. And what they are not making clear to me is there is a difference between THEMEPREVIEW IMAGE and THEME PREVIEWS. There is a difference as you have the 590×300px image as well as the screenshots of the product.
I linked a search of gaming related content, that every single theme has on in every single screenshot, gaming related content (or movies). They tend to be allowed, but I am not. So I wonder if it’s the screenshots provided in the overall theme preview. Or just that single 1 JPG image at 590×300px which DOES have those images on it.
In either case – I have found other content that will fit the theme from users on dA that have given me permission to use their work. I have screenshot our messages and I am going to provide links to every single image and their profiles + their permission to use these images in.
If you think that the big game developers won’t let you use their work. Well, out of 8 themes I just looked at. 5 of them are using them from the big developers such as EA… so either they’re allowed, or Envato did not deny them in their previews.
Thank you though, I really appreciate the feedback.
Hello, you use images from games. It is not allowed. Now TF is very strict about it. Stricter than earlier. You need to replace these images with something else–stock photos, or public domain images. I am not sure that there are game photos for free or for sale but try to search, otherwise you will get rejections again and again.
Odd – Some of the releases were within 1 month, a month where I’ve been submitting the design and getting it rejected for the same reason. If I have proof of permission to use these images, would it be allowed then? I’ll change them out with some drawings on dA and ask for their permission.
That’s about all I can do – This is like my 10th submit, and it keeps getting denied with something that doesn’t take more then 5min to fix, but each time I submit it, a reviewer disagrees with something and could of told me to fix it the first time around. It’s as if they’re trying to keep me from submitting it lol
This also means you can now use Microlancer and make more money then what you did just selling and editing your products…. this works out both ways.
If you’re being out bid by quality people, consider lowering your rates to be competitive. All Microlaner does is give a client base the opportunity to find professionals and gives freelancers from Envato the ability to freelance.
What’s wrong with this?