Hope you people are doing fine. About 12 days ago i submitted my WordPress theme. Uptill now, i got 3 soft-rejections 2 of which was because reviewer was unable to open theme ZIP file on Mac OS X. Even though files was working just fine on my Windows PC.
The screenshot which reviewers send me shows my theme .zip file together with a .cpgz version of the same file ( http://envato.d.pr/tMS7/5WY0EgcU ). Upon research it seems a MAC specific issue: http://osxdaily.com/2013/02/13/open-zip-cpgz-file/
I also tried compressing and decompressing theme files on MAC itself but this issue pertains. I’ve no idea how to avoid this issue. Although there are many workarounds to decompress such files in MAC but my files would be rejected again due to this mac specific issue.
With such long waiting time in queue, being rejected for some issue like this doesn’t feels good.
Do you people have ever experienced any such thing?
I believe they’re working on fine tuning a fancy algorithm I’m not sure how the secret sauce works but the Review team is always looking at ways to streamline the submission and review process. Try not to get too focused on the review bar
Not focusing on progress bar now. But i read a post on videohive of an author, who had his file submitted for 9 days before deleting it. And upon resubmission the same file got approved within a day (including one soft rejection). Here is the link to thread: http://videohive.net/forums/thread/upload-processing-going-back-and-forth-after-reaching-100-is-it-ok/129554
Are you sure there is no bug in review queue mechanism itself?
After 8+ days of wait for getting the file reviewed, it got soft-rejected because reviewer was unable to open ZIP file on his MAC. Resubmitted and it happened again. Now third time resubmission; again in queue, without any assurance if reviewer will be able to open the file this time or not.
Facing the same situation, soft-reject re-submission stuck @ 8% from 11 Hrs.
I think this requirement is not applicable on CPTs and we can define posts per page param, may be, from theme options or meta panel.
I know it sounds silly, but I just thought that some people may find it hard to read, is they’re not used to seeing CSS laid out like that
Better to be safe than sorry I say,Thanks
If there are numerous properties in CSS selector its better to write all those vertically, for better readability. However, if there are a few, you can write it horizontally. (just try to make sure customer doesn’t have to scroll horizontally for each selector)