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haboubamix says

Hey , i’m new author , i don’t have a good experience about make a well documentation , all my uploads rejected because of documetation :(

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Jaynesh says

How do you know if it was because of the documentation?

A problem with documentation would probably be a soft rejection.

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charlie4282 says

It was a hard rejection based on your other thread so it is definitely more than just the documentation

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manuelvega says
If you use the basic documentation that TF provides will be fine .
http://blog.themeforest.net/site-news/building-better-template-documentation/
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laranz says

Basic is enough.

You can try this, too..
Like others said, read the rejected reason carefully.

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