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withemes saidIf this is the case, I think it’s best to indicate it on the “Message to Reviewer” field.
Recently I got a soft rejection and the reviewer told me to change something. I’ve changed then resubmited, but the reviewer didn’t clear his cache, so he sent me the same issue and rejected for the same reason. Should I resubmit my item without any changes and comment to the reviewer?Thanks!
I’m afraid of this:
Please note, you must make the required fixes or improvements before resubmitting for re-review. By not doing so, repeated resubmissions without changes may be considered abuse of the review system and your submitting rights may be disabled.
Recently I got a soft rejection and the reviewer told me to change something. I’ve changed then resubmited, but the reviewer didn’t clear his cache, so he sent me the same issue and rejected for the same reason. Should I resubmit my item without any changes and comment to the reviewer?
Is there a message in the “History” tab area of the soft-disabled item page?
Yes, there is. Thank you. Btw, I have 2 questions.
1/ I’ve changed my files but the reviewer didn’t remember to clear his cache, so he got the same reason to reject my item. How could I tell him (Mr. kailoon) in this case? Via contact form? Twitter, Facebook? Resubmit with a comment to reviewer? Envato Support?
2/ I always receive a message
Overall, this is a good concept but there are a couple issues here:
We already have a number of submissions with the same overall design and concept and we have to draw the line somewhere.
I think we’re reached a point of saturation. At this point, we’re only looking for unique variations of this design: for another one to be approved it would have to have a couple of unique touches and features that differentiate it from what’s already available and definitely be of higher quality.
Minimal templates can be clean and simple when you manage to handle the white space and details to provide a simple but yet unique template. But if you can’t, it will look like an incomplete template – blank template.In this case, the submitted template is more like a ‘framework’ than a full fledged design. If you’re going with minimalism, you need to make sure all the little details check out.
Below this message is some comments of the reviewer. Is that true that I only need to fix the issues the reviewer said?
Recently, I received an emplty message from review team after my resubmittion of a soft rejected item. Has anyone in this situation and what does it mean? What should I do now?
What things can be improoved :
Also im not sure with the patterns :/
Yes, I’ll create a scheme switcher in the demo site which will fix Colors, Contrast and Pattern issues if those are the problem.
About logo: Is logo design important for theme to get approved? I wasn’t aware of it… So I should work on it too…Thank you for advice
I think, the main reason for some item being approved is that “it looks well”. How one knows it looks well or not? The demo site. Make your demo site as awesome as you can, logo, pattern, images, videos… That’s why the real sites your customers are always not good as your demo site.
I think this article’ll helphttp://notes.envato.com/general/submission-tip-understand-the-themeforest-reviewing-process/
Sometimes, I see authors use Google, Facebook, Kitty Kitty… logos in their demo sites.
Footer could use some improvement. It looks to me a little too blunt right now. May be use just borders and some shades like on top of page. Other than that – really like it. Nice minimalist design with original twist. Good luck.
Thanks buddy You encourage me so much!
I’ll fix the footer. Btw, do you have any comments on header, sidebar and illustration elements?