Thanks for letting me know. It seems everything is correct now.
Thanks again and please, close this thread when necessary.
Please, move the ‘Timeless’ E-mail Template to the E-mai Templates section. I tried updating the item a few times with this note, but it seems the reviewer overlookes my message.
Thanks and have a nice day all.
This should bring light to Themeforest again.
Love you Envato. But you feel outdated.
I think Envato need to change some things. Like set your own prices whenever you want. With this alone you would be able to set your own discounts from day to day.
Sebastian Groenendaal forwarded your e-mail since I designed it ( Sebastian Coded it. )
1. Increase line-height. Every paragraph seems to lack a decent line-height. 2. Increase Padding. It seems most of the text have a 10px padding. I always use a minimum of 20px. Let it breathe a little bit. 3. I personally would decrease the contrast of the borders, they seem a little bit harsh. 4. Create a minimum of 4 different structures, in case you haven’t done so.
These are my tips. I’m sure they’ll approve it as it’s better than some of the Templates people release here.
I’m glad to be fully back to work with Themeforest. The last 6 or so Templates I designed went straight to my brother Sebastian Groenendaal here on Themeforest, so I could have my time on a Mac Application I’ve been working on a year now.
Mac Application is called StampReady and it should be really really easy to edit, debug and save your newsletters. No more ‘X’ compatible, no more sluggish tools.
I’ve finished some impressive designs these weeks and I’m glad to be working with Themeforest again.
Regards and I’m very impressed how good the quality became here!
I wonder if they make an exclusion with Web Apps. Or iPhone HTML5 Apps.
Just read about it but it seems like a stupid rule. Even using Google Analytics without letting the user know is illegal. But thanks for the information, cosmincotor.
I’ll definitely have a look at this. Problem is though, ‘most’ e-mail Template Packages provide 40 templates or more. If you need to make every E-mail Template MailChimp, Campaign Monitor, Constant Contact, AWeber compatible, it’s gonna take a long time. Not mentioning updating the files.
Thanks for sharing this Service.
From my experience, you can only target Apple Mail in Mac, iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch to have custom font’s. All other E-mail Clients have a fallback to any web safe font you want, i.e – Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif.