I don’t really have a problem with the bloated multi-purpose ‘god’ themes. If someone wants to make one that’s fine, it’s no sweat off my back. I do however have a problem with the pricing of such items.
Agree. Increasing pricing for those multi-themes items can make a more healthy market… at least.
Did somebody read this post: http://marketblog.envato.com/news/thoughts-policies-tips-wordpress-authors/ ?
Basically we can expect nothing from the multi-themes complain, in the article they said:
As you all know we do not currently allow “bundling” and selling of multiple different WordPress themes as one item.Really? Some approved items says the opposite.
In a general sense, we feel the idea of providing multiple demos to showcase this flexibility is quite simply good marketing practice.
So, would prices increase for those themes? The article answer that:
For commercial reasons, while we are happy to receive general feedback on pricing, we are not able to discuss specific price points, and pricing as a whole remains entirely Envato’s responsibility.
So, Envato. I guess we are the sellers [sarcasm] but we don’t have the chance to affect prices
If you are doing a search that means the disabled categories are not included in the search results or filters. I think is not a bug.
Was browsing the comment section of an author’s product, and i found an example that made me think (again!) WHY don’t we have a chance to contact the author of a ridiculous review?
Well, in that case, the author could because it’s a comment. And see what happens Envato? Surprise surprise!!http://codecanyon.net/item/wp-geoip-country-redirect/3589163/comments#comment_8454694
That was a great example of how to solve a situation.
Something good in that example is that the buyer recognizes his mistake and the developer was able to reply to the starter complaint.
Pretty cool! I can see one of my items there
If people don’t leave a comment how are we suppose to know the rating is unfair? People can’t open support tickets for those. So, Envato should make a comment requirement whenever someone votes 2 or less stars of 180 characters that aren’t all gibberish like ”????...” or “ergsegsrg…”
I just send one ticket to Envato helpdesk, too. Not because a ridiculous rating but because the user got his refund but the rating is still exist, I was very kind when he purchase wrong product without reading description but he gave 1 star and the rating still not removed when he got his refund
Actually Envato says the rating can’t be removed even if the refund is done. I says this based on a previous ticket. For me that is ridiculous.
Once you get a reply in your ticket, if the answer is not positive for you I recommend insist by replying back. Hopefully they will remove at some point.
Just like you can report comments there should be a “report rating” button that dumps the rating into a queue and an envato staff member looks them over and decides if the rating is legit or not.
I can see this feature coming. The unfair rating topics are becoming really popular lately