Hey Themolitor, Which file are you referring to? Also, if your file hasn’t been reviewed in over 7 days, feel free to contact support. We will then pass it onto the site manager for review. Hope this helps.
It’s just an update to my WordPress Church theme.
Just curious about the submission que. My item has been 12th in line for a few days now. Usually if there is some kind of delay there is a post about it in the forums, but I didn’t see anything.
Again, just curious if we should be expecting a longer wait.
Here’s my top requests for location…
- San Francisco
- New York
My wife wants to go to New York though, so that’s what I’m entering in the poll
I don’t consider Tumblr a “blogging platform”. It really is a glorified Twitter-like system, which isn’t bad. I just wouldn’t call it a “blog”. Maybe “micro-blog”?
I’m posting this thread because I need your opinion.
I don’t want to be the guy that always complains and causes trouble, but I noticed a new file that has elements almost identical to mine (specifically the footer). It’s also in the same category as my file (Churches).
Side-by-side comparison: http://tinyurl.com/y9hzlry
Should I say something?
I’m using Sales Donkey for my iMac and Nvator for my iPhone. Both are awesome!
I tried it on a couple of my themes and it works great. It’s pretty easy to integrate too.
My only criticism is that it appears you can’t use the new image editing features on the thumbs. If you need to make changes to the thumb dimensions or crop it some more (or less), you need to re-upload the image.
Animation, timers, buttons… oh my!
I’ll state the obvious… the technology is amazing. But that’s the problem. It’s too amazing. I visited a site that used CU3ER ( http://www.teamfannypack.com/ ) and I never once looked at the content. I was too busy “oooh-ing and aaaah-ing” at slider and then I left.
I wouldn’t say CU3ER shouldn’t be used, but it’s definitely OVER -used on Theme Forest. Personally, I think it should only be implemented on product-based sites. It’s a little overkill for featured posts on a blog.