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CuervoRojo says

Hey,

Just wanna know – soon I’ll finish a new design (=only PSD), and I want to validate, before I start coding the PSD, that the theme won’t be rejected because of the design (actually I’m pretty sure that it won’t be rejected but just to be sure [it’s my first item here], because the code takes time as you know).

So, is it possible to get review by Envato team on the design without submit the PSD on the market? I don’t wanna share the design at public before it is submitted. If no, what should I do? take a ‘bet’?

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tommusrhodus says

I’m afraid not, every file on here was a bet, you just need to hope the odds are in your favour :)

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organicbee says

nope, closest you can get is to post here and allow experienced authors to critique it

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CuervoRojo says

Oh I understand.

Thank you guys, probably I’ll take the little risk :-).

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ChapterThemes says

What’s the difference anyway. If they tell you it is fine and it would be accepted you’re going to submit it anyway. Might as well submit it right away and get the same info :)

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billyf says

Or you can just submit it into the PSD category (which has higher standards compared to other categories in TF). If it gets accepted there, normally there wouldn’t be any problem getting it accepted in HTML / WP / any other categories.

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Skywarrior says

What you could do is submit it with some copyright images. If its good enough they will comment on the copyright images instead of the design (sorry reviewers lol)

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wickedpixel says

Well, it’s not good to create the impression that you want to waste reviewer’s time. Not good for your record and for the entire community.

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Mahioo says

I understand your situation, but unfortunately, there is no way to do that except if you contact directly one of the reviewers, and he want to give you a hand!

Except that you have to start coding and hope the item get accepted :)

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