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kriskorn says

Authors usually redirect the url to their own site, because Themeforest iFrame breaks the site responsiveness. But it is pretty easy to find the theme, just type the logo into Themeforest search and 99% of the time the theme just pops up.

All the best,
Kris

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kriskorn says

Hey ewebcraft,

The overall look isn’t bad at all, but it is very generic and doesn’t offer any”wow” effect, design-wise. I would look over white-space usage – your margins and paddings don’t seem to be consistent.

About functionality, when I go to “Blog” or “Contact”, then there is no way to get back to the main page. Only the logo brings me back to the main page, which is a pretty significant UX issue.

All the best,
Kris

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kriskorn says

Hey W,

I am fairly certain, that any on of the themes you buy, has good documentation on how to install the theme to Shopify.

Best,
Kris

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kriskorn says

Hey guys,

Tweeting will not help, it will slow the process even more. Hopefully your tickets will be answered soon.

All the best,
Kris

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kriskorn says

Everything seems correct to me. ;)
Good luck!

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kriskorn says

Sorry to say, but you have used someone else’s code and made the design worse. These kind of things aren’t accepted here.

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kriskorn says

Hey Themewaves,

If it is an already approved PSD, then open a support ticket or re-upload and state that in the “Comments” section. They can’t know all the items and therefore sometimes things like this happen.

All the best,
Kris

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kriskorn says

Absolutely, let’s cook something!

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kriskorn says


Hey rayice,

It’s Kris again, I don’t know if you remember, but I was one of those people who gave you advice last time.

You know what ?
You have improved!

The design looks a lot nicer than the last one you made. Unfortunately, there are still some things you need to learn, before you can get that PSD approved. Go have a look at the websites I gave you last time – learn and find inspiration. Maybe try to do small things first, like here: http://www.premiumpixels.com/ and then build a full PSD.

Don’t give up, there is still a long road ahead of you, but eventually you’ll get there! ;)
Kris

Thanks Kris i remember :) thanks again to come and help me out. Can you tell me little more about your message

“Maybe try to do small things first, like here: http://www.premiumpixels.com/ and then build a full PSD.”

What small things should i do as nothing more coming in my mind and what mean of build full PSD ? i will never give up, will do my best here in the market!

I meant that you should start small. Try to design a nice little contact form, a menu or a slider and when you are comfortable with those things, then the rest of the design will just follow. Learn more about typography and paddings/margins – this gives the design structure and makes it look good overall.

All the best;
Kris

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kriskorn says

Hey rayice,

It’s Kris again, I don’t know if you remember, but I was one of those people who gave you advice last time.

You know what ?
You have improved!

The design looks a lot nicer than the last one you made. Unfortunately, there are still some things you need to learn, before you can get that PSD approved. Go have a look at the websites I gave you last time – learn and find inspiration. Maybe try to do small things first, like here: http://www.premiumpixels.com/ and then build a full PSD.

Don’t give up, there is still a long road ahead of you, but eventually you’ll get there! ;)
Kris

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