@digitalscience one thing is to re-distribute the item as stock and another thing is to integrate a plugin in a theme(a product) and sell that one. It is allowed.
@IngeniousArtist perhaps in 10 years from now on.
Why would you want to build your brand here with someone else’s work? Okay, the design may be yours, but the product itself is more than the design and most of the work will be handled by someone else.
Why would someone with experience on ThemeForest add the items on your account? Not only it takes more time to develop a fully-working WordPress theme from a PSD, but it takes way more time to support it and it’s way more work involved + the support would be a nightmare. I’d suggest you revise your terms, as it’s unlikely you’ll find anyone experienced and serious with your conditions. Also if you’re looking for 50/50 split, as many designers do, that’s very unlikely to happen, again.
I guess this is something that happens too often to all of us Since recently, to avoid situations like this, I start answering a support request with asking about their level of development knowledge (basic, medium, advanced) to be able to tailor my replies. This prevents awkward situations
Ooh, that’s even worse. You’ll get messages like “But it’s not the first website I built, I created thousands of websites, I know WordPress and PHP, it’s just your theme that’s not installing because of a missing style.css”.
Been there, done that.
Sorry, but no. This is hundreds of miles away from a product that can be sold here. There are no sections to really improve as everything looks pretty bad. The typography is awful.
Poor images chosen for the demo http://prntscr.com/5t484g
Spacing inconsistencies http://prntscr.com/5t486phttp://prntscr.com/5t48d4 – it can’t get worse.
I could continue for a whole day with this.
Oh c’mon, throwing some text, a background image and a “fancy” slider isn’t enough to have an item here, pretty much anyone here can do that in less than 30 minutes. The Landing pages category have among the lowest standards here, yet yours brings absolutely nothing new ‘to the table’, you’ll have to work harder than that. And if you think reviewers are to blame, start selling it on your own website if you think you have a gold mine there.
I lol’d when I saw that page and everything about the beautiful community here.
If you’re using it on 2 different domains, you will need to purchase a new license. However, if you set it up on one domain and then want to move it on another domain, you can do that with one license, as long as the theme will not stay on the first domain.
It’s pretty easy, with once license you can only use it on one website. 2 different websites with the theme = 2 licenses. 10 websites = 10 licenses.
Hehe, bullsh*t ipsum. Seriously, that post has absolutely zero use and it’s stating the obvious which we already knew. So I guess we should all make 1000 demos and add tens of plugins in order to stay competitive.
Were you guys expecting anything else? Pretty much everything lately that involves a serious problem or questions results in the thread being locked and, sometimes(very rare), a new post with some generic thing that we already knew. Or a forum reply. This is like having a deja-vu, every single time.
For commercial reasons, while we are happy to receive general feedback on pricing, we are not able to discuss specific price points, and pricing as a whole remains entirely Envato’s responsibility. Safe to say, we are always monitoring and evaluating pricing and looking for opportunities to maximize earnings potential for the community.
Let me correct that for you:
For commercial reasons, while we are happy to receive general feedback on pricing, we will not change anything anyway, and pricing as a whole remains entirely Envato’s responsibility. Safe to say, we are always monitoring and evaluating pricing and looking for opportunities to maximize earnings potential for Envato.