Now I know what they really look like, it will come in handy when they reject my next item
Nothing wrong with you for asking for it actually.
The system is wrong that you’re forced to do this.
Have you seen that latest theme? It has 50+ demos.
What the heck? Seriously guys, its out of hand. This has to be regulated.
Btw, I think the review team is on the right track and they are stricter in every way. I think this paves the way for more talented authors and decreases the possibility of one-time wonders.
I love their decisions at the moment and I know for a fact that, two of the top selling themes would not be accepted at the moment.
Honestly, I believe that its a mistake to accept a theme like X, and have voiced my concerns many times about it packing 3-4 themes inside one without unique designs.
On the other hand, since it’s one of the highest selling themes of all time, just confuses the sh*t out of me
So business-wise, good call by the lead review, however bad call for the future of the marketplace.
Just mu opinion here ... I totally agree with the reviewers who hard rejected the theme . Personally , i do not think of it as a themeforest quality theme… you have a bunch of options that are hard to tweak, you have to use shortcodes, the backend coding is poor…coding standards are missing in several places….
They do have a strong marketing behind the theme and i believe this is actually what sells. As you see, their rating, like Avada is not a full 5 stars. In my opinion, the normal top seller themes should have Enfold in first place ( not afilliate with Kriesi here , but i’ve played a little with all the top themes ).Best regards, Stefan
Yea that basically creates 13 images including thumbnail, small, medium, large and original images.
Does an pure e-commerce theme (no commercial or portfolio functionality) with a unique design count?
The best selling theme does not have a page builder.