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ThemeProfuse says

Hi, i’m new in theme forest & ready to release my theme but can any one send me sample documentation.

waiting for ur reply

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Landonw says

Here’s the documentation template, or are you looking for an example of what PSD documentation should include? I would suggest including details about changing colours, fonts, and the basics without going overboard.

But, I don’t think it requires documentation as it is a PSD . It should be self explanatory.

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JamiGibbs says

The documentation template Landon pointed out is a great place to start. Of course, you won’t have to bother with any of the code examples inside of that. Things I would consider adding to your PSD document are:

  • A list of PSD flies included (like contact page, blog page, portfolio, etc.)
  • Any credit or sources you need to provide (like fonts).
  • A basic primer on the layers you’ve used might be helpful.

That’s what I would do, at least.

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ThemeProfuse says
LandonWilson said
Here’s the documentation template, or are you looking for an example of what PSD documentation should include? I would suggest including details about changing colours, fonts, and the basics without going overboard. But, I don’t think it requires documentation as it is a PSD . It should be self explanatory.

Thanks for reply, but i want psd documentation,

themeforest need documentation plz check following link

http://themeforest.net/upload/help?type=psd-templates
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ThemeProfuse says
JamiGibbs said
The documentation template Landon pointed out is a great place to start. Of course, you won’t have to bother with any of the code examples inside of that. Things I would consider adding to your PSD document are:
  • A list of PSD flies included (like contact page, blog page, portfolio, etc.)
  • Any credit or sources you need to provide (like fonts).
  • A basic primer on the layers you’ve used might be helpful.
That’s what I would do, at least.
can u check this http://themeforest.net/upload/help?type=psd-templates
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JamiGibbs says

The link to the general documentation template file will work for PSD files too. There is no specific instructions template for PSD templates. You need to edit it yourself to suit your needs.

I’m not sure what you want me to check here. It says:

All items sold on ThemeForest must contain documentation explaining how to customize, install and use the item. For Photoshop Templates you should make sure in particular that you include details of any non-standard fonts used.

So use the instructions template that Landon pointed you to and edit it for your PSD file.

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Landonw says
39articles said
JamiGibbs said
The documentation template Landon pointed out is a great place to start. Of course, you won’t have to bother with any of the code examples inside of that. Things I would consider adding to your PSD document are:
  • A list of PSD flies included (like contact page, blog page, portfolio, etc.)
  • Any credit or sources you need to provide (like fonts).
  • A basic primer on the layers you’ve used might be helpful.
That’s what I would do, at least.
can u check this http://themeforest.net/upload/help?type=psd-templates

Then a key point is to include what fonts you’ve used, and possibly where to get them assuming they’re free fonts.

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