redworx is right.
This is a very easy, simple and also very common mistake in most themes and templates.
And is not coming from WordPress itself or from plugins.
<!--[if gt IE 9]><!--> <html lang="en" lang="en-US"> <!--<![endif]-->
W3C validator will throw:
Error Line 5, Column 44: Duplicate attribute lang.
I admit, this type of error is not so important, but there are buyers who consider the w3c validation as an important factor when buying themes.
My husband is a video editor and uses when he travels a 16’’ laptop to quickly edit the raw footage. Then, when he gets back home, he connects the laptop to a 24’’ monitor and corrects the eventual issues. He easily works like that since 2008 (and yes, he is working with HD and full-HD footages).
Though, some sort of testing regarding search results is happening, because on codecanyon this is what can be seen in the source code of the page with any search results:
<meta content="original" name="WT.new_sorting_method_test" /> <meta content="100" name="WT.sales_boost_test" /> <meta content="control" name="WT.qs_branch" />http://awesomescreenshot.com/0ea2vkf52f
So: what we see now in the search results is from some temporary branch, displayed with the purpose to see how this affects the sales??
Nice number But 3,800,00 members doesn’t necessarily mean 3,800,00 individuals. There are people having 2-3 separate accounts.
You’ll receive a more relevant answer if you post the link to the live website, not its screenshot.
Since Thursday last week, I asked around the forums the same question about changes in search algorithm. No relevant answer yet. Dev team says it’s not changed at all, but I also see a non-sense order in the search results.
I think people love to rate as long as they have a tremendous experience both with the theme and the support.
Not necessarily. I met enough buyers who sent me emails saying “excellent etc”, “awesome etc” or they leave a comment in the item’s page saying “great etc 5 stars” but they don’t rate instead
And I don’t like to push them saying “please rate if you liked it blah blah”
It’s not only you Happens to me too
People love to rate anonymously.
Because ratings are now visible to the author, some people (those who are also authors) rate more carefully, because they know they can get the same rating in return.
Also, there are some buyers who do not rate because they think that if they rate with anything else than 5 stars, the author will spam them with emails asking for the reason of the rating.