WOW!!! that’s huge….
Hopefully this will make finding the right item even easier. Authors are encouraged to be descriptive with item tags to help their items appear in relevant search results.
This also highlights some dirty author practices. Lots of way to twist queries now to find black hat tactics, examples:
PrestaShop themes using the “magento” tag: http://themeforest.net/tags/magento?category=ecommerce&date=all&price_max=&price_min=&rating_min=&sales=&sort=sales&term=&utf8=%E2%9C%93&view=list
OpenCart themes using the “wordpress” tag: http://themeforest.net/tags/wordpress?category=ecommerce&date=all&price_max=&price_min=&rating_min=&sales=&sort=sales&term=&utf8=%E2%9C%93&view=listI thought tags were checked by the reviewer to avoid spamming?
Have you clicked on those PrestoShop themes that are appearing on the Magento list? They don’t have the wrong tags (as to what you’d refer to ‘dirty author practices’). The themes only show ‘cause they have the word ‘magento’ in their item description which links to the Magento version of the theme.
Bare also if I had my theme with a ‘magento’ color scheme (and I’ve described the color themes in the item description) it will show up
Great improvement!! One little suggestion: It appears when you change the item name you lose all the previous item analytics. Could you please use the item id?
Congrats Jonathan & Barbs
Yes it will. I deleted some of my old items and the total rating + overall rating still remains.
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