Firstly themeforest is not going to ‘steal your work and sell it on their own’.
With all due respect the file is not up the the standard and quality for here I am afraid.
You have fundamental issues in design and code and it just is not premium.
Also did you upload the actually demo or the link you provided above?
Just for reference you would not be able to put things like “By purchasing or downloading this item you are agreeing to abide by all terms and conditions laid out in the Prince-Asfi License Agreement” and also you won’t be able to set your own price.
If you check out the standard across WordPress themes for sale here it will help give you an idea of what to aim for. To be honest these small personal type sites rarely get through as WordPress as they lack the necessary elements.
Sorry but it is a long way off across the board.
There are fundamental issues with the basics in typography, spacing, margins, hierarchy, alignment etc.
the general design looks out dated and lacks premium feel.
Check out the big selling files here and look at the quality of design and attention to detail in them as a marker.
With all due respect I would not bother trying to save this one and think about starting over.
It is not legal. As billyf said, one license = 1 domain/website so multiple people using the same one would breach it.
Unfortunately in a global marketplace there has to be a level playing field for people from all countries and this needs to be balanced with there being the right incentive/value to authors to create the files.
If the setup meant that there was a fraction of the sales then the authors would not have as much reason to create files which in turn would damage the quality/quantity of the entire market.
@Charlie4282 Ok.Theme-Squared saidIn that case, it’s more wrong. What you’re implying is that every author can sell rights to their old items which are not selling, and the person who buys rights can re upload it as a new item?
May be they have sold the rights and etc
No they can’t – again this would be disabled. (nor can people sell their actual accounts)