I have question. How do you handle a situation like when a customer ask you to give them a wordpress xml file from your demo? Did you include the file attachment like photos? What if the photos you used in your demo was purchased in PD?
It can be accepted but submitting only 3 pages will give you lower price and that price won’t change even if you added more pages. That’s what I thought
What kind of board? Black board? Board of directors?
I have been a member in dribble long time ago and still got no invites How I wish I can post my works in there…
If that’s the case then do I require to write scripts to protect the background image from theft?
And one more question, can I re-use the photo to another template’s demo?
Hi, can I purchase big photos and make it a background in my template’s demo in TF? Of course I will not include this in the download package…
How about me? hehe
The design is good but not unique enough I see some of the templates here with high sales that looks similar to yours but if you get accepted you’ll be lucky
Your design looks like a free template. Look at the approved templates in TF and figure out what’s the difference. Investigate the spacing, margins, typography and the look and feel.
Well see the thing is that reviewers are not here to create your themes, and help you get your theme approved. You have to do all the work. If your theme has some potential they will say that it is good but needs some fine tuning. Your template has to be unique and have some good functions.
Also if it’s a WP theme your back end has to be clean and not cluttered, simple to use.
I was told that the back end is a 30% deciding factor in approving it the rest of it is the actual design and functions.
I know it’s frustrating because i had rejections too and i was a bit pissed off but at the end i used that rejection to my advantage.
All you have to do is keep on keeping on and don’t give up.
I see some good things in your theme but it’s just not there yet.
I disagree, there are lot of new authors here who got accepted. It’s just that your item is not good enough or not unique enough. Don’t waste your time waiting for the feedback from the reviewer, instead look for other solutions. The internet is big there are lots of information out there that can help you improve your designs. I recommend to visit this website everyday (www.dribbble.com) and (behance.net). Look closely how they do their designs