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Hi there!

I’ve been following ThemeForest for a while now, mostly for inspiration and whatnot as well as eyeing up themes to buy for projects I don’t have much time for.

However, I’ve decided to give it a go and create something to submit. I only want to start with HTML templates (with some funky jQuery jazz thrown in of course), as well as PSD templates.

I was just wondering if this design is good enough for submission, or if it requires vast improvement before I even bother submitting something like it. Of course, I’ll be adding other pages to the template with different layouts for the various sub pages you’d get, but I was wondering if the overall design itself was good enough.


Also if there’s any guide out there for how my PSD files should be organised, I’d really appreciate a link to something like that as I’ve had a look around and can’t find anything.

Anyway, thanks for any feedback, it’s all greatly appreciated :)

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  • Has been part of the Envato Community for over 2 years
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That is awesome. I would go ahead and submit that.

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