So Envato is basically flipping it’s authors. That’s it.
I really hope they would at least provide the emails of our customers, if we are direct sellers. That’s the least that we deserve to have.
I will just have to tell you that Minimalism is a really hard job to do. In order to do it properly, you have to know what to leave out, where and when
I can easily see different spacings / margins between elements, breaking the vertical rhythm of the page. This is a deal breaker for any design, especially minimalist ones. If there’s no pixel perfection, then there’s no minimalism Also, your hero area looks rather unappealing.
I’m telling you this because I think I had my fair share of minimalist design in some of my templates and all passed successfully.
No matter how Envato will put it, as long as I don’t know the details of each and every customer of mine, in order to issue invoices, then I’m not the seller and they are.
You must be joking me. The zombies are back.
Hehe, just in time. Here it snowed for the first time in this year. So, now I’m locked and loaded! This cut-off hat looks really funny!
Yes, it’s permitted if you have the proper licensing set into place.
Well, Smartik, you’re right on point!
On my next theme, I think I’m going to approach this way, since my customers didn’t whine when I provided support for a 3rd party plugin, but not included the plugin. They understood it’s in their advantage to buy that plugin from the original developer.
Also, who doesn’t have Revolution Slider or Visual Composer nowadays, that they would need it from the theme? Nobody.