So I am trying to get in contact with him so that this can be sorted out so that you can get paid. If not I will get my boss to pay you and we can take legal action against fuelled hosting…Looks like they don’t want you to contact the hotel/golf club yourself. They’re probably scared that they’ll be pissed.
I would say, just send a dmca takedown notice to the web host to take your design offline. After that get back in contact with mister A and demand a payment for the use of your design. If he still tries to stall for time, get your message to the hotel/golf club and send them an invoice for the use of your design.
The winners are online: [ link removed ]
Oh, and I’m very proud of my own two winners (Glowe and Qlicks)
I hope this help.You didn’t actually answer my question, but I guess what you are trying to say is that this kind of ‘minimal design’ isn’t going to get approved as a sellable site template.
I guess so too, but it would be nice if someone from ThemeForest could clear this up for me (and maybe others).
I understand, but that’s not the idea behind this page. The page is meant as a quick overview of the App (kind of like a splash page) before you send the visitors off to the App Store.
It’s like having a ‘under contruction’ page in stead of nothing but aimed to gain some search engine visitors with key words to get them to buy and download your app.
Just thought that I would ask first before I start doing all work for nothing… Exactly how minimal can a site template be? I know the reviewers are huge fans of jquery sliders, multiple pages and having all sorts of html elements but is this all really that necessary?
At the moment I’m working on a simple, minimal theme and I was wondering if something like this would get accepted: My Application – 2
Would love to hear your thoughts on this.
In Holland, you need a diploma to clean toilets. I am not joking. Nobody here will take you if you aren’t certified.Ofcourse this is not true.
Thanks for sharing that