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!
Sales are at all time low I guess Envato is digging its own graveyard by making useless changes to the site
Faceted search is not useless. It is the most important change. I know, it may be buggy now, but it is impossible to make something that works 100%. We need patience and the devs will improve it continously. The hard part is in the past.