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Themefyre says

I’ve submitted a few themes (3 to be exact) all of which were rejected, every time I start over it seems that their quality improves greatly and I learn more and more about delivering unique design. However im growing slightly frustrated after receiving the same reason for rejection every time and am hoping for some specific tips on areas that I need to improve.

Heres a link to my most recently rejected theme’s demo

I have a feeling that I simply need to add more fonts or just improve the general layout but are there any specific features im leaving out that I need to include?

Any advice is really appreciated, thanks in advance.

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KarmaThemes says

The problems are typography and spacing.

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Themefyre says

Thanks for the reply, so basically adding additional fonts and maybe changing font sizes or line heights may do the trick?

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beetlesales says

If you are submitting three themes at one time, you’re obviously not putting in as much work as is required for a good theme…

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Themefyre says

I never said anything about at one time… they were submitted over the course of one year. If you have any actual advice I’d really appreciate it.

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beetlesales says

I never said anything about at one time… they were submitted over the course of one year. If you have any actual advice I’d really appreciate it.

The best piece of advice I could possibly give should have been derived from my previous reply.

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rvision_ says

It’s not responsive, test it on 320×480 or 640×960

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