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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 ! ^^

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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! :-)

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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 ?? :D ==>[] )

(I will come back tonight to add a preview link to get your feedback, I just don’t have it on hand right now)

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Hi everyone,

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 ! :-)

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SeeYouCloud says

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 :)

fingerscrossed too

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I’m a little bit puzzled. I submitted this template, in education category : http://unbouncepages.com/mooc-sign-up-template/

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 ?

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SeeYouCloud says

36, I think :)

You can check it here : http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/city.html?n=152 :)

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SeeYouCloud says

No problem! :)

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

Alala… :)

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SeeYouCloud says

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 ???? :D

I read no contraindication about box shadow in your guidelines…

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Mine is since 5 days in the queue…

Pixeful & GraficAndMedia : it’s exactly why I would prefer to have answer before submission, because I fear I’ll never have time before deadline to change anything to comply requirements in case of rejection. :-)

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