I’ve found a way to achieve this functionality in sublime text. First install Node Js from here, then install Grunt (an awesome tool for development) on top of it, finally install this grunt extension and configure it as per documentation.
Although there are plenty of grunt extensions available for this task, but i’ve tried only this uptill now, and as a bonus it also supports passing variables through include command.
Hope it helps someone
Althought, rejection reason was not clear, i think border between the navigation lines could be the real culprit. Well, i’ve resubmitted the file, after fixing this issue. See what happens.
Thanks very much all of you for your suggestions
Recently my theme was soft-rejected for a number of reasons. Rectifying of which was straight forward, except one issue. Reviewer has mentioned this as an issue: http://envato.d.pr/1fphq/3kk24SUT
I think, it may be regarded as a design limitation of the theme as it only occurs when PARENT links exceeds the available space for the menu. And each theme, having horizontal navigation, will have a max-width limit after which navigation will wrap and start a second line. Similar, thing happens in default WordPress themes (e.g TwentyThirteen) as can be seen here: http://d.pr/i/CKVT/4P6KkB0T
In this case user can overcome this issue by categorizing links in drop down menus. Or secondary links may be shown on some other menu location.
Whats your thoughts in this regard?
I recommended you using Envato Logos for theme demos : http://graphicriver.net/forums/thread/envato-logos/36526
Thanks for the link. I think using envato logos is acceptable but i’m not sure about using other ‘real company’ logos. As some people are using them, I just want to understand envato’s policy on that.
My theme was soft-rejected today, one of the reason mentioned was that i was using real company logos (as a placeholder) in clients page. I’ve no issue with this policy, but i’m confused, because i’ve seen some theme demos on themeforest, using real company logos. For example: http://bit.ly/1CQWxI2
What’s the real policy?
Although new layout was looking good on its own, and was covering the limitations of first layout but the issue was, there was sudden change in visual hierarchy when a user approaches project detail page from homepage. For example:
From this: http://ovari.mstrends.com/
And this may not be very good from UX perspective. Keeping in view this flaw, i’ve revised the project’s page design once more.
Here are the screenshots of new design. Now whats your take. Which design should i follow.
I’ve marked the thread for staff reply.