It’s a bit frustrating because sometimes I submit updates before bed, so now I wake up with a bunch of pissed off customers, exactly like you said
I guess I’ll start making updates first thing in the morning from now on.
I just submitted an update and I guess there was a small (tiny) bug in the update, is it normal for the item to then be disabled completely until the bug is fixed? Seems a bit drastic, wouldn’t it be best to not accept the updated theme until the bug is fixed, rather then disabling the item completely?
The code looks really clean to me and nice design. If you know your work is good, don’t be bothered by a 1 star rating, just ignore it
I just reached power elite last week!
Last time I ran a giveaway I got in trouble and was told I was not allowed to be running these giveaways. So I’m going to assume that no you aren’t supposed to still.
That said, it’s possible it’s a 3rd party running the giveaway (as opposed to the author themselves), so maybe this is allowed?
It’s only been 12 hours, be patient. If you don’t see any movement for a few days though maybe contact support.
Remember they are very busy and a lot more submissions these days so the queues might take a bit longer then back in the day
I’m sure others have suggested it as well…no time to read through all the comments. But I would I would love to see an option to search by a specific theme so we can see how that single theme is doing.
Wow you are fast, thanks for the update!
I think you should use your time while you are waiting to do something more valuable. Maybe go through and update old items to improve them? Maybe work on your next project? Work on marketing? Just because your item is waiting in the queue it doesn’t mean you have to sit there and do nothing
The TinyMCE was updated to v4.0 with WP 3.9 so a lot has changed, I wrote up a small tutorial for developers looking to update their themes and plugins to provide support for the new editor, hope it’s useful to you!http://www.wpexplorer.com/wordpress-tinymce-tweaks/