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ManuelGarciaPH says

As a WP designer/developer, what is the biggest challenge you always face? :)

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ChillThemes says

Not getting rejected for a technicality (if submitting to ThemeForest).

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manuelvega says

Not getting rejected for a technicality (if submitting to ThemeForest).

yep , have good functionalities

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ImanGM says

Finishing the theme! I don’t know when it’s time to stop adding functionalities to my theme! :) I’m working on my first theme since 7 months ago but I can’t submit it yet

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dyspersion says

Finishing the theme! I don’t know when it’s time to stop adding functionalities to my theme! :) I’m working on my first theme since 7 months ago but I can’t submit it yet

Haha – I know this well! I’ve been developing software since the 80s, and the first (and most valuable) lesson I ever learned was the reason for version numbers. It’s impossible to get everything into version 1.0. You have to cut yourself off somewhere.

I tend to want to develop things by feeling. That is, “I’ll know when it’s right.” But, that never works. Make a feature list for v1.0 and a feature list for v2.0, but do it before you even begin work on v1.0. That’ll save you. ;)

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ImanGM says

Thanks Scott

I agree with you. Your advice is what I need to save me from myself :D But somehow I think its very important to start with a great theme as your first work on a competitive market like themeforest.

Believe me, I’m targeting a place in the first two rows of the populars page ;) (Of course if I finally submit it for the review B-) )

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