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ThemeProvince says

Hi I just wanna thanks Siddharth – Themeforest Reviewer for posting this:

http://notes.envato.com/general/submission-tip-understand-the-themeforest-reviewing-process/

There seems to be a little confusion about how we review themes over at ThemeForest, our premium marketplace for everything from WordPress themes to email templates. In the interest of transparency and, hopefully, increased awareness among authors, here is a quick little tidbit explaining our typical workflow when reviewing a template.

The graphic describes the process for a WordPress template but it’s essentially applicable for each and every submission. Pay attention to the little notes on the side since they contain additional details about each section.

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ThemeScience says

Ok why was my comment “Inappropriate”?

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ThemeProvince says

It wasn’t me.

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ThemeScience says

It wasn’t me.

Its ok.

I think this article was much needed, and Im glad Envato is starting to be more transparent about the Review Process.

Cheers

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amatyr4n says

It wasn’t me either, but I suppose that’s because you post link to several items, which might be unpleasant for some author.

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Morad says

That’s very good one! thanks a lot :)

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DiogoRedinDevelopment says

Siddharth just posted another article on Envato Notes:

http://notes.envato.com/general/submission-tip-eliminate-php-errors-tf/
A template’s PHP code shouldn’t raise any errors, warnings or notices. Most developers just deal with errors, since they’re showstopping, and call it a day. We’ll need you to go the extra mile and squash all notices and warning since notices can cause performance issues and it’s just not cool!

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