I built a Hackintosh not long ago, very high spec at the time. Everything worked perfectly I have to say but something just didn’t feel right about using OSX on it. I don’t know if it was the keyboard and mouse but it just felt like I was cheating pressing the power button on this big desktop case to be presented with OSX.
- Hate the font for the “Sector” and “Responsive Web”
- Not keen on the yellow colour either
- The left and down arrow in the header make no sense! Stick the left arrow on the edge of the screen at least
- The YouTube link doesn’t fit on the nav, it is hanging below
- In the popout right menu, the tags you can’t read the white text on the yellow
There’s a lot that needs to be done for this template to be anywhere near ready for ThemeForest.
Can someone explain to me how the queueing system works? I had a soft rejected item that needed changes, which I did and it was added to the queue at around the 85% mark on the bar. About 30 minutes later I received an email saying it had been reviewed and was still soft rejected as I had left a celebrity in my files.
I removed these celebrities and then reuploaded the files and again it went straight to the 85% mark. It’s been 15 hours now and the bar has got lower and lower and is currently at the 13% mark?
How does the system work?
It’s that man in the header! He just doesn’t seem to fit. Very distracting. Not overly keen on that main header font either.
I think it’s a really nice design. There were a few issues on my mobile I noticed that maybe you can look in to fixing. The menu icon when on a mobile (Nexus 4 which is a large screen) appears to nearly overlay the header text and also once you have clicked it I think the menu button should disappear as you have given them a cross to click. Otherwise this button ends up over the page content and looks silly.
Might be a good idea to attach the menu button to the left of the screen when the width is below a certain size.
The slider when viewed on the mobile (Under the heading “Awesome Work form Egor Kosten”) seemed to shrink in height when I pressed the next arrow and then no longer worked properly, might be something you need to look in to.
The footer section is a bit bland and boring. Maybe try and make that as unique looking as the rest of the page.
You may also want to validate your code. There are a few stray end tags and errors popping up (http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2F2f-design.fr%2Fthemes%2Fspread%2F&charset=%28detect+automatically%29&doctype=Inline&group=0)
Apart from that it is a nice theme. Get those things fixed and then give it another go
Best thing to do is go on the BossThemes profile (I’m assuming from the link you posted that the theme was created by them) and you can email them directly for support. This is just a general forum and your question may not be see by the developer.
The contact form you need is on this profile at the bottom: http://themeforest.net/user/tvlgiao
Or you can email them at support[at]bossthemes.com
IdeaTheme – you have a great template, but if you are really a designer who is creative and imaginative, you should have made things simple and align your logo left. I like your REv slider, especially the hand when it puts the leaves to the lemon glass. The footer – why does the flickr photos take up a whole 2 columns? your footer should have atleast 4 columns. Am afraid to say that you don’t show lots and lots of uniqueness with your design, thus it makes somebody like me have a feeling that it’s a complete rip-off of somebody else design. If your design will display lots and lots of uniqueness it will be able to compete in the marketplace. Just check the latest themes to see why. the footer social buttons are not stylish enough, should have just avoided the top borders.
I think it’s a bit harsh to claim it is a complete rip off of another template purely because it doesn’t look unique.
On the first one I noticed by accident that you can scroll through the new products section but this isn’t at all obvious to the end user. Add some form of a scroll bar in to it so that they know they can scroll through the images.