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EugeneO says

The thumbnail for both the PSD and HTML version say “PSD Template”.

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EugeneO says

Erm…how about just this -

p:empty { display: none; }

Or, to cover your bases and hide all empty elements,

*:empty { display: none; }
None of the PHP solutions have worked consistently for me so I have started using this CSS solution. It works well so far but I’ll have to see if the reviewers say anything about it when I upload my next item.
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EugeneO says

The portfolio pages look okay but the rest of the pages look unfinished. The pages have no footer and the typography spacing could be better, for example the comments and date at the bottom of the post excerpt on the blog page.

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EugeneO says

Anyone?

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EugeneO says

I remember some time ago the review team made a post telling authors that all themes and templates sold on the marketplace had to work, or “degrade gracefully”, when Javascript is disabled. Is this still the case?

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EugeneO says

I’m pretty sure I read in the HTML5 spec that heading hierarchies are reset within article tags meaning you could have multiple H1 tags on a page.

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EugeneO says

I quite like the design. One thing I would change is removing the top and bottom margin from the post meta section (comments, category, author, etc) at the bottom of the posts on the blog index. If you have the big border dividing each of the posts the post meta border is redundant and untidy.

http://i50.tinypic.com/2dlqhec.jpg
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EugeneO says

These standardized custom post types are long over due. If they ever materialize I would be very interested in using and supporting them in my theme. However, how useful they would be to buyers would depend on how many other theme authors (both in this marketplace and further afield) also choose to use them. I think the very first step would be standardizing the custom post type names and taxonomies. This is something maybe the WordPress team should have done when they first introduced custom post types.

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EugeneO says

You want to provide step by step instructions explaining how to do the standard tasks a user of your theme will have to go through and explain how to use as many of the features as you can.

The more thorough your documentation is the fewer support questions you should get (in theory). Even if buyers ask a question answered in the documentation it’s easier to point them to a section in the documentation than it is to re-explain something over and over again.

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EugeneO says

The theme is based on a skeleton theme named “Roots” and it looks custom built.

Style.css: http://camillestyles.com/wp-content/themes/roots/style.css

Theme Base: http://www.rootstheme.com/

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