Posts by nokiko

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nokiko
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You are on the right way

In addition to the other comments i would also look at the 2nd level dropdown navigation, it overlaps the first level which is not handy it should be right to the other one not overlapping as this causes confusion

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nokiko
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I agree with Jthemes, the most successful teams have a 50 50 splits so I don’t think you will get much interest here

The design is what makes the theme the coding is the simple part imho

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nokiko
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Envato should finally catch up to other markets [Mod: competitor sites removed] and give us download to dropbox option

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nokiko
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Looks like all the reviewers like is those mass appeal cookie cutter themes and more unique ones get rejected.
Speaking of which, could i share link on my profile page for free templates i’ve got rejected? I don’t even want to bother and sharing it on forum and asking why is my…

you could post them in a new rejected post I dont mind seeing them

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nokiko
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Talking as a buyer here, I don’t think i bought as much the last 6 months as I used to do

I am in Europe so I do pay VAT I am used to that so I don’t mind. Also as a regular buyer the checkout thing you put in your address once and then you don’t have to worry about it anymore with new purchases

What I am seeing is that the variety in the last 6 months ( in general, there are some exceptions ) is not realy there. All designs are flat have a parallax background , animations and come in different colors. Looks like all the reviewers like is those mass appeal cookie cutter themes and more unique ones get rejected.

Themeforest used to be a site where i got a lot of new ideas and either bought the template to use or bought the template to show my support for the author but lately its all the same

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nokiko
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off topic: great i was waiting for an HTML version of that one

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nokiko
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More and more sites have a download to dropbox options ( creativemarket.com / oreily ebooks )

Would love to have this feature here as well

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nokiko
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Another one to look out for is flickity . A new one in development from metafizzy ( from masonnry and isotope fame )

http://flickity.metafizzy.co/

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nokiko
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Speaking as another buyer I agree with charlie as well. I did buy a massive theme but hey the client saw that one himself and wanted it so have to give it to him :)

I also prefer the original designs ( but also see a lot of threads lately of original ones being rejected because reviewers don’t think it fits the unoriginal flow of themes latly )’and also supported authors just by buying there theme because i liked it. Some I found a use for later others I still have to find a use for

Do the same with codecanyon there are some gems there that are very nice and dont have that many sales but they do deserve it for there original way of thinking alone

Armand

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nokiko
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Talking as a buyer here ( the one that has to educate his clients that even if it is multipurpose its only one license )

And that is exactly what I see happening. Buy a multi purpose theme and only use the corporate on but clients wife has a spa so she can use the spa version and his brother ha this and this company so he can use the version that applies to him ( and yes this happend to me )

If Envato has these multi purpose (bundled) themes they should finaly get a developer license or something alike just to prevent the above from happening more and more

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