Buddy, chill, don’t create a huge mess out of this. Really, chill out and stop creating a thread every minute.
You can find your theme in your Settings > Hidden Items, if it was soft rejected. If it was hard rejected, then feel free to submit again.
The status of your submission can be viewed in the Author Dashboard if your submission still hasn’t been reviewed by anyone (do notice that it may take up to 7 days).
What should i do???As I said, calm down You’ll get your item on the market as soon as it’s ready.
What you need is not a theme, but plugins.
Never ever should you find a theme with that functionality built in it.
Also a big +1 to annual renewal!
Come on Envato, you sure can do it!
First and fore-most, a user needs to be able to build a basic page using your theme.
Then, if your theme is further enhancing the experience by using a page builder, the user can build more complex layouts.
So, yes, the SiteOrigin pagebuilder would be accepted in a ThemeForest theme, as well as Unyson or some other page builder. Make sure you implement some of your features ‘nicely’ to prevent the user lock-in effect with your theme. Which means: Themes are for appearance, plugins are for functionality.
I know Avada’s devs use Linode. There are some authors also using WPEngine (me included). There’s also plenty of people using A Small Orange.
For each domain / client you need to purchase a separate license. In my opinion, it’s not too much to ask, a ready made website design for $50.
Thanks for sharing it! I will take a look into it!
Edit: It would also be good to see some comparison demos with Velocity and GSAP. Good luck!
It seems that I am unable to use the new filtering options that you have implemented on each category. Let’s say I’m in WordPress > Creative and then I want to do further filtering. Clicking the boxes doesn’t do anything.
This behavior is reproducible only under Chrome [Latest, 42]. With all the other browsers like Safari, Firefox, everything works as expected.
Every single theme would be Google Webmaster Tools compatible. Hell, every website, I mean.
But if you are looking for light themes, swerve away like hell from Multi-purpose / Multi-concept themes. Take a look at minimal themes I would say.
What that long long message should read to you:
I have a problem on my theme and the biggest one is that it lacks uniqueness. First and foremost you need a good design to sell. Then put in some features. But design is the primary thing to getting accepted.