how do you manage to create beautiful themes with that Magic mouse?
I’d also like them to take it a step further and store all the themes on git, let us share the repos, and push updates through git.
Jaynesh saidPffft, only webcam support? What about home visits!
Just submitted my latest theme for review. Probably my best work yet. Here is the preview image http://i.imgur.com/6y0M6Z2.jpg fingers crossed
Next update will include home visits and a team of support staff that will follow you everywhere.
Yeah, we totally agree. When a customer purchases a multipurpose theme, they are pretty much ignoring the licensing and use the theme again on a new domain and not purchase the theme again.
This can be said about any theme. A multipurpose theme isn’t for reusing again and again on one license. It is for being able to use it for any niche. Authors aren’t going start creating themes for every niche out there, which is why multipurpose themes exist however multi-combo themes is a completely different story..
I sincerely hope the reviewer in questions was shown the door and Envato is taking serious steps in making the review process work better.
In hindsight, suggesting the original reviewer to lose his job is ridiculous. I think the original reviewer was correct in rejecting the theme as it has set a bad precedent on the market.
Why on earth is that? Marketing had no influence at all until the theme got accepted and showed up on the marketplace. And wether or not the marketing efforts played any role in the success of the theme is totally irrelevant to the point I’m trying to make. Fact of the matter is that the theme met the marketplace standards, and yet was rejected three times by a reviewer who clearly was not capable of making the right call…
If I recall correctly the theme didn’t make it into the popular page in the first few weeks.
One of the reasons why it is sitting in 2nd place is a combination of heavy marketing and being unfairly featured on the homepage.
I’m very curious when Envato fix the error in script. If the script holds up such errors, I’m afraid that the earnings of people are poorly guarded. Right now 1 day and any of envato worker do not fix so simple bug.
That is a bit of an over reaction isn’t it? I wouldn’t have expected somebody to post a one word title that long.
Can you please include an opt-in in the author settings so that anyone going through that button for one of my items comes to me through the Envato Studio form? I know my themes better than anyone else, can install them quicker, and to be honest if Envato Studio are handling the payment etc, then $50 – 30% for me is perfectly acceptable, and also makes me happier as an author that this button exists on my files.
+ 1 billion. This is exactly the sort of thing I envisioned when they announced Microlancer. Authors being able to integrate their themes with these type of “micro” services.