Great. You have to make sure that you always include those.
<?php wp_head();?>in your header.php, and also
<?php wp_footer();?>in your footer.php.
I definitely agree that it’s impractical to have reviewers give details on every single thing that needs work, but one, or perhaps two, would be a huge help.
I have made “lite” versions of some of my plugins, with commercial versions available here. I’ve found that a lot of people will try the free one, and if they like it, will spend the few dollars to upgrade.
So glad to have an item included in the list!
Philo, I understand needing a more unique item, and I’m not just referring to the one rejection letter of my latest item, I’m referring to most rejection letters. Over my time as an author, I have received several rejection letters, and all of them have been very vague.
But anyways, If you have any questions about your rejection, simply click the reply button to get in contact with the reviewer.
I’ve done that before, and no further information was given. Obviously the sort of response will vary with each reviewer, but the times I have asked for more information, the reply wasn’t helpful in the slightest. That’s why I brought up this thread.
It would just be substantially more helpful, and more encouraging to aspiring authors, if rejection letters included at least one suggestion for how to improve the item.