Ask for a refund, you should get the credit back into your account for the second purchase. https://support.market.envato.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
“it cannot be resubmitted” – means that you can not resubmit “as is”, without any improvments.
You must work on typography and elements spacing. Here are just a few examples on what you should fix: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ltt5y44gyk5gsd9/AAB9n5pMhk5D_nyjqhuJ1fUEa
Looks like it will not work. Here is more info. See the last notice: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/229/50/how-do-i-change-my-username
No. And the page with the old username will be redirected to the new one.
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Ahh, not very good. At least not the sales that I have expected. I miss the old days.
This is a bit off topic, but could you please explain, or link some source that explains why it should be considered as ‘very bad practice’? (no sarcasm, really interested) I use it to generate the main.css file on the fly from a .less source file. The main.css file only gets re-generated if the original less file is modified, otherwise no action will be taken and main.css will be enqueued normally.
One important reason: The theme should stay untouched. The user should never alter the files from a theme or plugin if is developed by somebody else.
You say that this is not a problem, because nothing is lost, but I can say the opposite. Even if you modify just a simple stylesheet, this means you’ve modified everything. Why? I tell you. To understand it better, I’ll give you an example:
Suppose that a user use your theme, he loves it so much that decided to purchase another 3 licences for other 3 sites. Now that uses is going to use your theme on 4 sites, all these 4 sites share similar content so it makes sense to use the same theme. Also all these 4 sites are from one WordPress Multisite installation. Now, you see where is the problem? No? Ok, let’s continue then.
That user want to use your theme on all these 4 sites but on each site to have a different color scheme. That means that he would adjust the settings on each site from admin. Ifthe theme will save the generated CSS in its folder, then the user will not be able to have a different color scheme for each site because every time he adjust the settings for a site it will overide the generated CSS for other sites.
That’s why you should save the generated CSS in wp-uploads folder with a unique stylesheet name for each theme and website.
ziziplanet saidWow! First time I see OpenStreetMap. Thank you a lot for sharing this info.
Love this contest and cant wait to grab some of the new directory themes that everyone creates. Spotfinder is easily the best I have seen to date. However, the ability to host 4000+ pins is not available.
From our findings, pins need to be processed/loaded on the server side, not from the browsers side.I would say the winner of this is going to be whomever can accomplish this because many of us are trying to load 4000+ pins on our sites and it crashes on mobile and is extremely slow when filtering.
I have the same problem no pro map theme on the market… Spotfinder have lot of feature a looking nice, but its based on “google maps”. maybe it can be faster, but if we want a roboust “locator” with a million pin we ned openstreetmap or leaflet(based on openstreetmap). Its faster morenmore feature, no need to pay. (google maps have a daily 25.000 limit. Over you need business account and pay…) All the big geo/travel portals(foursquare,facebook) etc) using mapbox/leaflet what is based on openstreetmap…So i wait for a new directory theme on themeforest like spotfinder, but with osm map…beacause with google maps no way to handle thousand or million pins…
Regarding OP, I would also like to create a directory theme, but I probably will not manage to finish it until the contest close.