oh, and the purchase button needs to be there even if you are not logged in.. and if you are not logged in then it should direct you to sign up page i mean, we are selling items here, the button should be like huuuuuge, not hidden oOThis is coming in a future update
Great suggestion. Glad to see it’s already in the works.
Yes that was removed as usages(click throughs) were super low < 0.5% , we’ll be looking at resurrecting a feature similar to this down the track.
haha and I was just like omg my new item is already featured in 4 collections (no sales yet, so every little thing is a plus ) and now the button is gone! cant check it! hehe
anyways, thumbs up for you guys!
keep up the good work
Looking good! I like it.
Thanks devs. Great job.
That looks good Great to see the marketplace improves everyday
// and all the file type icons now being removed ?
Changes look good – I love almost every bit, apart from the link to details re a license – why take them away from an item to display the terms of a license rather than a simple modul window or something so they don’t drift away from an item?
Also the tags area and the item details looks a little … out of place or un-finished.
Oh, and why does it say “ThemeForest Files Included”??? Doesn’t make much sense as they are files created by the AUHTOR or just plain old files (unless Envato own css, html, PSD etc formats )
Hey guys, we’re aware of the tags style bug and our front-end wizard is looking into it. Only appears to show up wrong in Chrome dev builds, looks right in other webkit browsers and mozilla
With all do respect, but the way the “lower” item price is displayed and that there is a $2 SURCHARGE if the buyer does not sign-up and deposit at least $20 to spend on marketplaces, is somehow presenting the new buyer a fictitional item price, which induces him to sign-up.
There is much more ethics in presenting the potential buyer with the opportunity of paying $2 less if signing up, than $2 extra if not signing up (especially when the notice is so small)
Not too good for the authors, as this practically forces new buyers to sign-up and pay less for the items.
Was this the plan from the beginning, when envato introduced this $2 discount, then the $1 increase so you could finally make this change?
One more thing, because if you decrease $2 from the original price and then increase $1, all in all you still managed to DECREASE the price by $1.
So, the item prices after all this are LOWER .
The only way AUTHORS can be BENEFITED by all this change, is if the $2 discount are ONLY given to REAL AUTHORS , meaning, you would need to have at least 1 approved item for sale in order to pay less.