We already replied to you, in the item comments, saying how you can register in our Support Forums (we only provide support in our forum). We also sent to you easy to follow instructions on how you can create an account in our forums.
Regarding the problem, as Sevenspark said, it is indeed related to the fact that you haven’t added widgets to the footer. We already pointed that out in a previous reply.
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jonathan01 saidI already tweeted him about the invitation. (waiting for the answer) His works look great, and I’m sure he’ll be a great addition to dribbble.
That’s awesome Era89, thanks for the opportunity. Here is some of my latest work:
- – EarliBirds
- – inTaxi
- - AppPro
- - Softensity
more of my work: http://www.behance.net/13stagestudio— Best Stanislav Hristov
Damn man – gorgeous looking stuff – if you don’t get an invite follow me and hit me up on twitter (link in my profile) and I’ll sort you out.
I have 2 dribbble invitations. Show me your works.
Weren’t you going to change the Envato Marketplaces to Solaris, or something like that?
I remember seeing that written somewhere
It’s due to the fact that with a PSD design you really need to have a great product (saying a HIGH QUALITY design) in order to get good chances of selling it. Face it, a design which is reselled to multiple customers needs to be GOOD . Otherwise I don’t see why someone would spend money on it due to the fact that it is reselled. It MUST have quality.
And it is this quality requirements that make it harder to get accepted. However “hard” is subjective, it all comes down to your design skills. If you know how to design quality stuff, then you’re good to go.
Here in Portugal we’re getting cold temperatures but not enough to snow in most of the country. Only in some high sections of the country snows, but nothing compared to what is happening in Northern Europe.
Not a bad trade-off if you ask me – Badges are an awesome little addition to the items! The price changes were a neat idea, but I didn’t use it more than once.
Idea 01: Searchable (or at least improved) product threads for Elite authors.
I hate sending users off-site for support, and it just seems like a strange practice if the sales are all based here. Plus, it’s one of the top requested features from users.
Idea 02: A TF community jobs board where customers can post customization requests with budgets for individual freelancers to take on.Poke, poke Brandon
If they are going to improve product threads it should be for everyone and not just for elite authors …