Thanks for link Keliah, its obviously a cu3er clone but if it’s okay to use then I’ll be using it for my next project.
Cu3er can be used by authors willing to pay the almost $1,000 license fee, but that isn’t cu3er on that theme.
That’s weird cuz it looks EXACTLY like cu3er. If it is not cu3er then someone send a link.
I thought cu3er was not allowed to be used anymore..
The recently released Striking theme Oct 5th, is using it.
They do that usually because they intend to create a wordpress variation later. Or if you feel like integrating it into wordpress yourself.
Wooooow, I really like how you used the thumbnails with the slider, very different and very cool.
I’m not that big of a fan of Georgia font but that is just me.
Wordpress is probably the easiest blogging framework to learn.. there is no “easy” or “automated” way of converting a website to a blog, you’ll have to learn how to code or have someone do it for you.
I don’t think you can call it reviewer BS until you’ve had more than a few experiences with the review system.
I’ve had three rejections. Here is my latest..
I should be getting it finished sometime next week. If it also gets rejected then I will be sending the site manager as well as Collis Ta’eed an email.
In your case though I don’t see anything wrong with it at all. If they still do not accept it after your next submission then you might as well just put it on their competition.
There are lots of different WP marketplaces popping up here and there which is a blessing for authors who don’t want to put up with TF reviewer bullshit.
Jarel was very clear on what he thinks i need to improve
I wish they were that clear with me.
Love your theme, both 1st and the changes you did also. Consider including both when you sell.
As to it being rejected, don’t put up with the reviewers bullshit. There are other marketplaces out there where you can sell on (We are not allowed to post them here, go figure). The one that I have recently been impressed with starts with mojo.
It’s their loss for rejecting it.