@badhon Thank you for taking the time to give me feedback I appreciate it, I’ll take what you said into consideration for the next upload.
@mage5 Thank you for the reply, it’s an Unbounce theme to be precise it’s meant to be used for marketing purposes, animations and effects aren’t relative when it comes to marketing landing pages as it distracts the user from the real purpose which is to fill the form..
@CRIK0VA I used Segoe UI, it simple but elegant as well. Thank you for your feedback.
I submitted an Unbounce Theme which by the way took 8 DAYS to review! I wonder how much time it takes for Wordpress and Ecommerce templates to be approved if an Unbouce template takes 8 days. Anyways I have no idea if it’s a soft reject or a hard reject but i’m more looking for a more “detailed” review of why my theme got rejected knowing very well that some themes in the Unbounce category are not really that “aesthetic and technical”.
This is the theme : http://unbouncepages.com/dating-guru/
The review team MUST detail “actual” reasons for the rejected themes instead of sending an already made email, how can people know what’s wrong with their theme with that email really?
@fillerspace They should definitely implement something like that, it’ll make things way easier on authors to team up! Thank you for your reply
@Vlajki Thank you for the extensive reply, appreciate it Let’s say I partnered with anther author, how can we proceed with our shares? Does Envato have anything to support partnerships or is it strictly between me and him (meaning I’ll have to pay him directly and not automatically after each transaction?)
Hello everyone, I read a lot of documentation about items submissions and licenses etc. but still there are things that are not mentioned, for example I see Author X make an html template based on Author Y’s PSD template and same thing for any other category.. Now considering that the Extended Licenses are much more expensive I don’t see how an Author can be profitable if he makes an html file and buy an Extended Lisence of a PSD website design for hundreds of dollars and sometimes thousands and just expect himself to cover that and make a profit? Of course I’m guessing the Extended License is for when you “include” the PSD design with your template’s files, that’s understable to me but what about when you don’t include it and just point the PSD Item to his respective maker? So in short, let’s say I like a PSD design and I want to make an html version of that design, do I need to buy the Regular License and ask for permission from the owner? Or do I have to buy the Extended License? And if he gives me his permission, will he have a share of my revenue? Or All I have to do is link back to him? Also when I see a lot of Authors use images and titles in their item’s description, now in the description box there is no mention of the html tags to be used in such case or is it just not mentionned? Any clarifications will be highly appreciated guys and thank you for taking the time to read this. – Youssef