Pricing tends to be made on quality and uniqueness of design, I know this because of extreme fluctuations in my own portfolio.
Being completely honest, I don’t think your template pushes the limits for each of these areas, which is likely the cause of the reduced price, though I’m sure you might be able to request a $14 price tag successfully.
Good luck with sales!
^ You can’t disable Avada.. Avada IS ThemeForest, might as well just shut down the whole home page
Just to clarify, I mention Avada because it’s the biggest seller here, I’m implying it’s sales figures alone mean that it would never be soft-disabled the same way other themes are.
I just wanted to re-iterate that this is not a slight on Avada or ThemeFusion, but entirely based on the rolling sales of that theme.
@enabled, great post, but as revaxarts said I cannot agree with the items being disable section.
There’s been reports of items being disabled recently because of small CSS issues in mobiles etc. Disabling harms sales, reputation and buyers, when in reality a 72 hour notice would do perfectly for what a soft-disable currently achieves.
I said this before, but I’ll say it now, if Avada is not disabled for some of the bugs we all know exist in it over the years, then no other theme should be disabled for the same things. I say this only in support of a notice period of fixes needed, not a slight on Avada or the reviewers at all.
Big sellers like Avada simply would not get the same soft-disable, because we know this would destroy it’s sales, and the Envato team know this too, but in my opinion, every theme should be treated this way also.
Send Envato a DMCA for this, it’s a pretty blatant rip-off of your design.
The rule of thumb Envato should follow is, “would we disable Avada for this?” because seriously, if the answer is “no”, then no other theme should be disabled.
A soft-disable because of a styling issue is simply unacceptable, communicate first, disable after.
Unzip the file you’re trying to install, read the documentation
Extended, neither are $2000 though, more like $140.
Note that you should contact the rev slider team to confirm an extended license is fine to include with your theme first, the VC team confirm this on your page and you’ll need to apply for their “in stock license” with your extended license purchase code.
It’s worth noting that Koncept is already the name of a theme on here.
Lol, you’ve actually copied and pasted sections from Pivot, you’re likely to find yourself on the wrong end of DMCA if you were to actually get a design like this accepted. Find inspiration but not too much inspiration.