Has anybody seen publications of the norms regarding how many image sizes you can use in a theme?
If anybody shares a URL, I would be very grateful!
Any links for that statement publication, by the way?
Since the beginning of the year we issued 5 themes, and the 6th one is waiting for an approval. The weird thing is that the first 4 themes all had almost the same timing – 2-3 days for initial review and then 1 day after resubmission. Our fifth theme hit the record of 5 days for initial review which was surprising for me but still within the promised timing. And now the last one is already being reviewed for 7 days. Anybody knows what it might be connected with? I believe they state it may take up to 5 days. Should I address support?
Dear Envato team,
thanks for the contest,
please accept these two participant themes from StylemixThemes:
Good luck to everyone!
regards Shakhnoz StylemixThemes
Great! If I don’t want to join this contest, am I allowed to use Layers WP framework and upload the theme into category WordPress > Corporate?
I can’t find exact info on whether I am allowed to publish my Freebie theme on Wordpress official site for example. If I don’t sell it there, is it ok for an exclusive author to publish it on external platforms?
Thanks in advance
With such attitude and CAPS you will get nothing. Themes are digital goods and are not refundable. You are purchasing a license to use a piece of code on your site. Thats it. Nobody owes you anything. It’s in the user agreement.
I agree with you! Some buyers purchase a theme for $58, but request a full service with free wordpress installation, theme upload, server setup, one-on-one support, etc. It would be better for a non-technical savvy buyer just to hire a freelancer who can do all this stuff for additional $100-200. But they refuse to do so and want refund and leave 1-star review to the item. However, after the refund they still have the theme or item which they can use afterwards.