The most boring part is when you have to wait 2-3 days for a soft-reject review.
You should contact support and ask for this. The items can be moved to another account, along with all its data(sales, comments, etc), but this is done only by staff and manually. That’s all what I know for now.
Here is a similar question and the official answer: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/why-does-this-theme-appear-on-this-page/134858?page=4&message_id=1073268#1073268
Mammothology, this will cost you good money. If you have a good budget, contact me and we can decide what can be done.
yes, of course it is. Report it to WB.
Yea. Agreed with you. If you look at this( http://pastebin.com/musB0C15 ), itself looks like a table of contents. The processed CSS has all those big comments untouched. Making a TOC destroys all the fun of using a CSS pre-processor, because I have to write it manually. Ahh, too many rules lately.
Hey all.It’s a long time since I uploaded a HTML template here, and today I got a soft-reject with the message:
Make sure the CSS file is well documented with proper table of contents. ex: http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2008/05/02/improving-code-readability-with-css-styleguides/
Is this really a requirement? I personally don’t think that this is necessary. I use LESS CSS and everything is separated in .less files that are compiled in one css file style.css. Here is how the main .less file is: http://pastebin.com/musB0C15
The final file has all the comments, why would it need the TOC?
Uhh, I have Dashboard Plus, but I didn’t know that it has a such option. Thanks for info.
“Queued for Review” – It’s so boring. When there was a progress bar it was nice to see the percentage goind forward(even if it not always was accurate), but now we have no info. I myself know that my item is queued for review, no need to note this. Ah!