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yourwebheroes says

thanks for the constructive comments. here is also the initial demo link, www.yourwebheroes.net/demo

will start working on it, any other comment/idea is welcome!

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yourwebheroes says

Hello, so here i am after one month of hard work on my theme and it is rejected :(

Any help would be much appreciated as the feedback did not really mention why it was rejected…

here is my theme: www.yourwebheroes.net/delicato/french + another 4 variations www.yourwebheroes.net/delicato/fish www.yourwebheroes.net/delicato/burger www.yourwebheroes.net/delicato/cafe www.yourwebheroes.net/delicato/pizza

if i violated any copyright would they tell me? i have 5 different webfonts and i am not 100% they are happy with it although all of them are from fontsquirel (for example the famous chunkfive)

it is a hard rejection and i am really lost as i think the theme is not that bad. of course i am very biased so you opinion will be much appreciated!

thanks in advance!

the message: Unfortunately your submission doesn’t meet our current minimum quality requirements for the category it was submitted to. Please consider taking some time to familiarize yourself with our current library and quality levels of popular items before resubmitting.

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yourwebheroes says

Probably Item Discussion is the right place for the topic. Please move it there if an Admin sees it!

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yourwebheroes says

Hello everyone, here comes another question for the more experienced members.

After lots of effort we am close to submitting the static version of our theme for approval. Then Drupal and wordpress version will follow (if accepted).

The theme is for cafe, restaurants etc. We have built 5 different versions with different colors/images for fancy restaurant, burger place etc.

The question I have is whether we should have a splash page where the user selects the theme version he wants or just offer the option once he is at the website to change the theme color scheme.

According to your experience what helps more the user? Opinions are welcome.

I am thinking of a splash page with relatively big preview images!

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yourwebheroes says

Try this, http://dimsemenov.com/plugins/magnific-popup/ Flexible, free and if you’ve got the skills you can make it look exactly the same as fancybox.

That looks really promising, I like the fact that it has no default styling :)

Cheers, Dimitris

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yourwebheroes says

Yes saw that but thought that you could still not use it here, good news, already have a developer license :) Let’s see when my first template is done!

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yourwebheroes says

Hello people,

One silly question. I see people using http://fancyapps.com/fancybox/#license (fancybox) at their templates while it is distributed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0.

Can I use it? Why it is allowed since it says at the license: Noncommercial — You may not use this work for commercial purposes.

Or if i get the developers license I can use it (although I doubt it).

Thanks!

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yourwebheroes says

Yes of course. My mistake, read it wrong. Have been reading “carefully” for the past 2h documentation etc and got a bit dizzy. Thanks for the clarification!

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yourwebheroes says

My two cents to this conversation although a bit late. I had a similar issue a while ago and what I think works better is the following:

Since the designer creates one time the psd and has no work when support is needed it is more fair to have money as fast as possible, not wait with 10-20% forever.

On the other hand, developers need to have bigger long term benefits as they do the support. So my solution is:

50-50 till the income from the theme is up to an X.XXX amount of money (lets say when each has made 2.500$?). Then the sharing drops to 90%-10%.

That seems fair to me, what do you think?

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yourwebheroes says

Yes that was my idea exactly – Of course I have some ideas how to make it stand out but yet it is very common. On the other hand looking at the top selling stuff they are mostly portfolios which made me think maybe will be a good warm up. Will give it some more thought and decide tomorrow.

Thanks for the advice!

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