I made a “pull” to github with the filter buttons.
This service have some logic if it were added as an addon in the purchase of our themes. Lost of hours to make an install systems by just one click. And then someone else win $50 for that click.
Shame on you.
But what is more ridiculous is:
I have signup in the studio Envato 2 months ago, and I not received any answer.
I think the banners at the bottom are not accurate, because the authors already receive this information in the “Dashboard”.
And I do not understand because they have the same height as the “new items”.
Anyone find it kinda strange how in one day, they change the home page to have less focus on finding new files, and more focus on top sellers, and then in another thread talk about sending Power Elites into outer space after customers have spent 25 million dollars on their items. Envato management needs to get their head out of the clouds and the distant future, and focus on the present – 2014, and listen to the community. If the visual refresh was a good design, you would have very few negative responses – so if the majority don’t like it, then you’re doing something wrong – clearly. And honestly none of these new features anyone wanted in the first place, so why on earth were they implemented – is this not a community driven site, that is shaped around the communities needs? Or is this just some elaborate platform to send few Envato millionaires into low gravity orbit
Hi, I made a small change to bring back the filtering menu. If anyone has interested I can share the code.
Thanks @revaxarts For this fantastic script.
Lately I have seen many new themes promote new features and demos that will be available soon.
Many of them are some top sellers.
Are we allowed to do this?