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Jordlo says

Obviously these questions get asked a lot, but I am new to submitting themes and really would appreciate any advice to improve my theme (http://paramaxxtheme.blogspot.com/).

What do the Themeforest reviewers look at when they review my theme? Do they look at the live preview or the actual code?

The only advice that I recieved from the reviewer is:

Your item does not provide the necessary design quality for this category. As higher quality items become available in the marketplace, approval requirements will increase to maintain appropriate marketplace quality.

While I’d be able to provide feedback as to how to get this approved, I can only do after it has crossed a certain threshold, quality wise. I’m sorry to say this isn’t there yet.

Thanks for any advice!

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drsankarl says
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charlie4282 says

If you are making a blogger theme then there should be a ‘blog’ in it.

Generally the typography is not great

The block bold black and white sections look a little harsh

There needs to be more to it and a more advanced design

The core building blocks are there but it feels far from finished for here

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