The tags in the stylesheet are identical to Twenty Twelve version: 1.3 which further suggests that it’s a custom theme.https://core.trac.wordpress.org/attachment/ticket/21442/21442.4.patch http://wordpress.org/themes/twentytwelve
While I do believe there’s quite a few kinks to work out here, I think that some are being a little dramatic.
We’re talking about fixing bugs and ensuring compatibility with the software the item is supposed to be functional to begin with (eg. WordPress).
There’s no reason for an author not to be doing this already. What author would release malfunctioning files? Nobody intentionally, I hope. So when we get a message from a buyer letting us know there’s a problem, we fix it and move on.
The announcement clearly outlines exactly what support entails. If you’re dumb enough to do customizations for your buyers without charging them an upgraded support fee, that’s you’re fault and you’re only hurting your business and fellow authors.
For Envato to say that fixing bugs and ensuring compatibility is mandatory now is really just putting down onto paper a rule that’s largely been in effect already. Because if your item was found to have bugs or wasn’t compatible any longer, it would be soft disabled anyway.
So we’re essentially taking a house rule and making it official.
But the kicker is that we have the opportunity to increase our revenue which, I don’t know about you but, I could always use another revenue stream.
The size of the badges on the “Edit Badges” section of the account settings actually looks great. I think a small adjustment like that (making it that same size across all profile areas) would be nice.
This should be handled through WordPress. On the Page or Post editing screen, click the dropdown tab at the top of the page and put a check next to discussion. That will display the comments box options below the page/post editing area where you can turn comments on/off.
Ask the author of that theme if you have any other questions:http://themeforest.net/item/maktab-clean-minimal-and-business-theme-/7345677/support
It’s not obvious enough what you’re trying to accomplish with this template. The words “Hostlab, Docx, and Shortx” seem to be fictional words that I don’t understand (and I’m assuming buyers wouldn’t understand either).
Maybe you can start by helping us out by telling us:
1. Who is your target audience / buyer?
2. What are the main features of your template?
The contest says to submit it to the “ThemeForest > Site Templates > Non-Profit” category but is it ok if we entered it into a sub-category of that? For example:
“ThemeForest > Site Templates > Non-Profit > Churches”