I just tell them I am walking on the street and make money in the same time by refreshing my email. They all want an email like mine.
You should be reasonable and expect a reply within 48 hours then you can start questioning (do not count weekends).
These three will do it whatever server you’ve got:
ini_set(‘display_errors’, 1); error_reporting(E_ALL); define(‘WP_DEBUG’, true);
Is there a way to ask reviewers some questions? I submitted a module but the documentations turned out to be “a little lacking” – even though I followed all the best practices from Drupal.org.
It seems that the reply I got was just a generic template. For example,
“Most importantly, remember that buyers may not be technically inclined. They may just be looking for an item to drop into their existing code base.”But I did include instructions! (even though anyone who’s working with Drupal probably knows all that anyway). It seems the reviewers didn’t even read the documentation.
I’ve got that for a few times while posting my first items here.
It always got approved after making documentation a bit more solid, with easy to follow steps starting from installation to the basic functioning. Even if it’s obvious for you how it works or how to install, add it to the documentation.
yes had to give it a second chance! thanks! good luck to everyone!
Nothing restricts this but there will be slight contradiction on concept. If the add-ons are solely based on the marketplace items, and if you expect to advertise / promote them through marketplace items or help files, that’s not allowed.
That’s what I wanted to know if I can put a link on the item page to the addons.
Let’s say you have some items on codecanyon.
Are you allowed to sell addons separately on your own website for those items?