Thanks for your feedback, guys. iKreativ : I use a 2560×1080 screen, and of course, when I’m full width, I see the problem, but for people under 1600, there is no problem (but it’s true that the trend tends to always wider screens) It’s a weak point of the actual solution on Unbounce (backgrounds image/colors etc. it lacks a little bit flexibility). I saw the same problem on some stuff from other authors.
XeePress: ooch. Ok ! ^^
Here is the link : http://unbouncepages.com/mooc-ecourse-sign-up
It’s a landing page template for the (great) tool Unbounce ! Unbounce allows marketers to create themselves landing page and track results, doing A|B testing, etc… Anyways.For example, here are some approved items in the same sector (education): http://themeforest.net/item/manhattan-education-unbounce-template/full_screen_preview/6967451 http://unbouncepages.com/mycourse-blue/
That’s it! Let’s share your comments!
Oohh ! It would represent the waiting list !? I thought it was about “steps of approbation” (which should be a more attractive info, for authors, according to my very short experience, of course lol)
I feel stupid… lol Sorry for the inconvenience ! ^^
(where is the door ?? ==> )
(I will come back tonight to add a preview link to get your feedback, I just don’t have it on hand right now)
I began on Envato (yay !) some weeks ago as contributor, I submitted some stuff. First rejected (ok, no problem). After modifications and new submission, I was happy to see “submission completion bar” growing to 95% (yay again !), but then, bang! rejected for some elementary reason (aesthetic/technical quality) without any feedback nor advice. (sniff lol)
I’m just puzzled because I guess that in case of critical quality issue, the submission would have been rejected really really earlier than 95%, no ? And then, without any other feedback than the automatic message, it’s hard to understand how/what to improve/change.
So, I’m wondering : is it a “bug” ? Has it already happened to anyone ? How can I make sense of this kind of rejection ?
Thanks in advance for your feedback and your experience !
Just to say that yesterday, I submitted a new version of my EDU landing page. Review is still in progress…it hasn’t been rejected yet lol So, theorically, I’m still in the race
It has been rejected some hours ago, because of non aesthetic/quality requirements.
Ok, I didn’t use a big great photo stock picture (I could, and I think I will try again with this kind of picture), but… is it so ugly ??? lol
Sure, the landing page would be a little bit prettier with shadows that I had to remove (see former posts to understand the joke )
Does anybody have an idea of the problem ?
36, I think
You can check it here : http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/city.html?n=152
What we suggest for images is that the shadow be a separate element that sits behind the image on the page. That way, when the template’s image is replaced with a new image of the customer’s choosing, the shadow is left behind. If you’re using a shadow on a box that you created in Unbounce, I’d guess that the box and the shadow are already 2 separate elements, so that should be fine.
Hope that helps!
Unfortunately, as I’m fond of CSS power, I almost never use any image or other trick for shadow (neither anything else like gradient, shapes, etc.) The more I use CSS only, the more I’m happy So, as you guess, this means I made box-shadow with CSS too. So, because I’m prudent, I will use “ugly” grey boxes to simulate shadows…and blow up any style that contains the “shadow” word lol
Thanks a lot @CoreyDilley for taking the time to answer me !
I think I will let the custom CSS text-shadow (“woh ?! is he suicidal ??” lol)... but I’ll comment it out. So, both the end-user and the Envato’s reviewer won’t wince (which is the most important), but at least, if you or the end-user are curious, you could be able to see yourself how the landing “really” render with all its features by simple uncommenting the required lines
However, I’m suddenly in the grip of anxiety…. ==> we talked about text-shadow… but, we are well ok that there are no problem for box-shadow ????
I read no contraindication about box shadow in your guidelines…