The balkans are pretty old area so quakes are nothing like in Japan
Did you feel this: http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=379935 ?
I’m in Varna, Bulgaria about 200-250 km from the epicenter, there weren’t any noise, just a noticeable swinging for about 15 seconds. No damage, nothing fell or broke, but the water in my aquarium would almost splash a little out of it
I felt quakes like this before, but never actually “felt” them, more like, noticed lamps swinging etc. This time the whole building was swinging (I’m on the 8th floor) and it was kind of cool and scary at the same time.
Now I know why I felt (and still feel) dizzy the last couple of days
Thank you very much for sharing, guys
Ok, I have an interesting idea. It’s well known, that if an item is not good enough for one category, that doesn’t mean it’s not good enough for all of ThemeForest, e.g. it might be ok for another less-flooded category with lower requirements, right?
So, my question is this: If you get an item hard rejected for not being good enough in, say creative portfolio category (one of the categories with the highest requirements), can you try it in, say personal if the item fits the category, without making changes? Or, will any resubmit of a previously hard rejected item with no changes, result in punishment, regardless of the category?
What do you think?
It depends on the complexity of creating the item, not working with the final product.
My grandpa can also easily work with a computer, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy to make a computer
Yay, my shiny new black paw just arrived!
Hogash, congrats on Power Elite!!!
Yes, they do not sell, but people don’t really make PSDs to earn a lot of money from them.
The thing is, there are a lot of quality requirements in ThemeForest, by type, by category etc. And the requirements for PSDs are the highest, which means, that if you get your PSD approved, you will almost certainly get it’s HTML/WordPress version approved too. Well, if it’s also done good of course.
The point is, an approved PSD almost always ensures you that the design is good enough for HTML/WordPress. And that’s a pretty good strategy, because if you do not get your PSD approved, you would have invested far less time in designing it, than you would have invested in an HTML or even a WordPress version.
This is why many web developers are willing to convert approved PSDs into HTML so easily, because they know, that even if it does not sell too good, it will at least get approved eventually.
Now, making a lot of sales from a product is an entirely different matter
Why don’t you try designing PSDs and uploading them to ThemeForest?
It is very easy then to find a web developer to convert your approved and well selling PSDs into HTML themes.