Maybe for themes it would be possible to have two download buttons in the downloads section? Something like “Download Theme” and “Download Support Files”?
I fell in love with PT Sans and Open Sans .
Are you asking which categories of WordPress themes are most profitable?
If yes they would be “Corporate” and “Creative”. So themes for companies, portfolios for agencies etc.
Does that help?
Counting hours work if you hire someone not when you are in partnership.
A fair partnership is 50:50 in my book. You guys forgot that it’s more then just designing and coding, there is also the business part, marketing, ... it’s so much more to a successul business.
A different share would come into account if one of the partners already has an established business. So if someone is already creating and selling PSD ’s/HTML’s, then I as a developer would be perfectly fine with taking a share less then 50%.
But if I would start a new partnership then anything else then 50:50 doesn’t seem fair to any of the two parties.
Are you using any non-ascii chars in your CSS , and was that the reason for the soft rejection? Maybe a font name or something?
Because according to W3C , declaring charset is a “good idea” but not a requirement.
I came to the same conclusion that a good seller is either excelles at aesthetics or with features (talking about WP themes).
But I guess some times it’s just matter of “right theme at the right time”. Just look at the latest “Weekly Top Sellers” list. In my opinion there is at least one theme that doesn’t excel at either criteria but does combine smaller features in a unique way and has sales going thru the roof.