Don’t know if Envato can do anything about this kind of behavior, but if you look at most recent WordPress uploads, you’ll see that there is a guy who just discovered the validator and he is posting comments about validation errors on all themes comments area. And most of the errors are either notices or caused by third parties or WordPress issues.
Shouldn’t we be able to report such users? I mean, they are harming new items with stupid issues which don’t even affect a theme at all. Look at the best sellings items if you want validation errors – they have hundreds.
Anyway, just wanted to rant here about it. I’ve been reporting his comments all day long
Nope, you also need local documentations available.
I mean, i never saw these stripes, at least not on my items
So maybe only “heavily trending” items have them, or items in the popular list, etc.. There’s a difference between different levels of trending.
Nope, most serious web developers hate them, don’t worry about it
I’m talking about scrollbars that replace the main browser scrollbar – because there are cases when you want an inner scrollbar (in a creative website that has boxed content with fixed size for example – a custom scrollbar is needed to keep your design clean).
But to replace the browser scrollbar with your own, that’s just practice and a lot of devs will agree with this.