The design itself is great! Really it is but I do understand what the reviewer means by confusing (although I don’t agree with the rest of his comments).
Add a welcome heading above the home blogroll briefly introducing the theme, what users are in for etc…I didn’t know what I was looking at when I first came to the home page. I thought it was a gallery portfolio theme.
Consider adding page to page transitions. This is a clean design and for me just cutting to the posts was kind of a downer for me. Just “spruce” it up a bit and I am certain this will be approved
Thanks for the feedback, senor. I actually have a loader plugin of my own, so I may well add that
I think that this is a pretty nice concept, definitely not boring! Confusing? Maybe.
But soft-reject is pretty fair I think. You shuld really work more on the subpage typography, allowing the text to be spread to almost full width is really a very bad practice.
There are lots of small issues like when I click on the menu and then click on the profile, the menu won’t disappear and I can’t see the porfile popup because of that.
You just need to test it more and catch all the bugs, but again, very nice concept!
I like the overall style of the theme, its not boring. It does seem to be missing that special something however I believe.
Thanks guys. I guess the “boring” and “generic” is what I had the biggest problems with I think it’s pretty unique. Always room for improvement though.
I’m working on adding new elements and definitely getting rid of the small drop-down and profile slide-down overlap. Going to set a max-width for the content as well.
As far as I can tell though, the js error comes from PhotoSwipe, which is a third-party plugin, and only shows up when there’s no actual gallery on the post/page. I guess I could get around it by modifying PhotoSwipe, but I’d hate to start editing third-party plugins every time they release an update.
Again though, thanks for the suggestions. If anyone else has an opinion, I’m all ears!