I don’t use IE on a regular basis but IE11 really doesn’t seem too bad when I have used it. In the most part it appears to be on par with the latest HTML and CSS standards. Microsoft were quite slow with IE9 and 10 as a few features were lacking but it looks as though they are starting to get up to speed with things.
Either way if Windows came shipped with Chrome by default I would be happy, or even if on first time setup of Windows it actively downloaded and installed a browser of your choice that would be pretty cool.
Most of the time I’ve always seen Quadro cards being incredibly expensive but not actually offering that much of a performance difference over normal consumer based cards such as the 780M. If anything 4GB of VRAM is probably better in terms of 3D work than 3GB
There’s a forum post discussing the above for a GTX 580 http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-1669344/gtx-580-quadro-k4000-blender-including-cycles-udk.html.
Either way I would think you’d be happy with a 27” iMac, otherwise there’s the Mac Pro which has AMD based workstation cards.
The preview was taking awhile to load for me, as in minutes. This may just be the location of your hosting. Anyway, as with what iKreativ said the typography looks as though it needs to be improved since it isn’t consistent throughout the design.
The pricing tables don’t look great and could do with a little polishing up and the footer looks like it could do with some work.
You could probably do with adding in some CSS transitions/animations in place of various elements on the page to make the design a little more interesting. I noticed the top section icons are transitioned, but don’t untransition gracefully when the mouse is no longer hovering over them – this should be pretty easy to fix in the CSS.
Sorry to be harsh, but I hope the feedback has helped.
On the bright side at least it’s not too small . Are you sure you couldn’t possibly work something out with Envato?
Looks like things didn’t end up to badly after all from your previous post Anyway many congratulations to you, and good luck with your future endeavours.
I’ve had quite the opposite today. Usually I can expect a sale every other day, but today I’ve had 4 all in the space of a few hours each.
Congratulations, and good luck with your future endeavors in 2014
The differences may only be minor to some but the 404 page in question has a unique animation on hover over the “Oops” text and animated social icons in the footer. Links also appear to have a hover over effect.
Another thing to mention is that if you feel both that 404 page and your own design looks the same then that would again be a reason for rejection, as it would render yours less unique.
In terms of a help file, every file uploaded to the marketplace must have one, so again that probably didn’t help you in the review process. I’d probably recommend having a thorough read through of the marketplace documentation to maximise your chances of having an item accepted, since all these little mistakes add up.
The design isn’t bad but many 404 pages have a unique feature such as an animation or something that makes it stand out from all the rest.
Being responsive isn’t a requirement since some of the 404 pages are made in such away that renders them hard to do so. Using bootstrap or not shouldn’t really make a difference either as responsive frameworks don’t have to be used all the time.
I’d recommend looking at some of the other 404 pages currently on the marketplace and come up with a feature to add to your current design.
I hope I helped.
Yep, I have encountered the same problem. I did open a ticket to report the bug and have yet to have a response. The rating only appears to be wrong on individual item pages and doesn’t seem to count to the author’s total or the hidden review tab available to the author.
I didn’t think it a good idea to post on the forum since multiple ratings can be given by one buyer, i.e. they can rate it as many times as they want.