— Themes that have more than 50 demos (The next will be 100, 1000, and then?).
— Themes that give two new demos every week (and promote that as a feature).
— Themes that include $200 of top plugins. (why ??buy one plugin, if I can buy one theme for $48 and get the 5 top plugins for use on other sites) .
— Top themes constantly add new demos based on themes that have good sales.
What is the future?
I do not understand why the Envato does not create a fairer system for all.
@Natman: Hi , please remove our “Ripple — Multi-Purpose OnePage Theme for Creatives” from the list of Potentially Affected Themes. We have included the Version: 4.3.8 of Revolution slider on the theme.
The statement.css has not been updated, Says there are some conflicts. If you give me access to the repository I can solve it.
I make some layout improvements.
I hope you enjoy.
Please share some suggestions.
@revaxarts I took the liberty of fixing the bug.
I made a pull request.
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”.