It’s always best to ask author’s permission if you’re not sure
I think it’s against the rules.. Why not just update the theme with all new possibilities and simply state that from this new version there is no backward compatibility.. That way new clients can have new framework and the old ones can simply downlaod the new version if they want…
I belive that no one will write “dsfdrg” on the comment and rate it one star, because they will know that rating is visible to author… Anyway I can’t understand how anyone can rate an item 1 or two stars, it’s just wrong… We’ve purchased a lot of themes, images and so on, so far and gave 5 star rating to all of them, even some of them had bugs (it’s just normal, nothing is perfect..). Hope this new feature will stop all these malicious buyers..
You can submit both at the same time… Although, HTML generates more sales than PSD..
I’m using NetBeans and love it , before was using Notepad++..
Thanks for this.. Btw, definitely agree with Ruben and FInal Destiny. There should be a way to flag inappropriate ratings for review..
There are plenty good resources. As chisakelley mentioned photodune.net, [removed] or you can ask authors from creattica, behance or similar galleries to grant you permission for using their images for preview purposes.