@Parallelus, you lucky bastard Some kind of deity must be watching over you. Ask for a dedicated badge from Envato.
Welcome to TF, and good luck with all your future submissions!
To start with, try to improve the following aspects of your design:
1) Typography – try to use consistent font sizes and typefaces 2) Use of whitespace – there’s a lot of uneven spaces (distances) between various elements, e.g. latest properties carousel
Don’t get discouraged if your item doesn’t get approved straight away. It’s quite common for all authors to have several rejections before the item is finally accepted.
I believe you can freely use images from pixcentral.com – they are public domain images, which means you can do anything you like with them (also, sell for profit).
Rather low sales for me this month.
Well, that’s just something i would do after receiving such review. I’d create a separate template file for my one-page layout and tell buyers to “use a static page” with that template as their homepage. There are probably some more creative ways to approach this problem, perhaps someone else can come up with a better solution.
Don’t get discouraged, first of all. It’s rather normal to have your items rejected several times before they are approved.
To answer your question, you should create a regular index.php that will display latest posts, just as it’s stated in the above description. Include all custom layouts in separate template files. Also, read the codex links provided by your reviewer.
This thread may be more useful than the author originally thought.
Phew. Just submitted an HTML template after three weeks of work. Although rejection is always an option, i’m relieved. 4pm, beer time.
Oh, thanks. Pitty.