Great article! Thanks!
Wow! This was a huge surprise! I never won any competition anywhere and this is my first one! I’m super excited! I was jumping around in my house when I found out!
Thank you very much for the appreciation!
I guess this is a rejection reason, right?
Most probably, your product is a tad-bit generic and doesn’t bring anything new to the table.
Also, a link or an image with your theme will help a lot.
It seems TF is finally going to reject all those same old same old layout themes? No offence intended I do respect your work.
Same as Ruben, never had a job. I’ve gone straight to TF for work
This is awesome! Thank you Envato and thank you Search team for implementing long awaited features like a better and more relevant search system and also comment searching!
They’re now approving the items.
Yes, we see 1 new theme on homepage (1 theme for 4 days)All old items already freezed on homepage for 4 DAYS! This like get featured for a week and all this themes “featured” for free and get a lot of sales for this days with this cheating opportunity. Now when all 4 days submitted items will be reviewed they does not get ANY chances to get on homepage (first items in queue) they will go out of homepage in minutes! This is not fair for all other authors. Some authors get 4 days on homepage, and some new items will not get even minutes on homepage now!
Simply, choose your next release date more wisely to benefit of this advantage then
This is great! Finally some proper relevant results!
It all comes down to asking the developer how they implemented the homepage, through a page builder, or a page template? Then, you can figure out if you can turn things On or off in the page template through theme options, or build your custom homepage however you want using the page builder.
In my opinion, page builder are more flexible and easy to use for customers, therefore, are more popular here. But a good technique behind the code of a page template can outdo a page-builder if done properly.
I don’t know if I left you in a fog or not, but I just wanted to help you get a grasp of how things are built here in general: using page templates or using page builders.