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KrazyKartoons says

Thank you pogoking! I will check this out. :)

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KrazyKartoons says

Hi again guys, Just another question:

I’m about to upload my very first PSD Theme (layout). and I followed the instructions and everything I’m talking about: “Create your Live Preview Template”
So I’m still confused about #4 the “Theme Only” part…

What should I upload there, because I make PSD files only, not html or such. so… should I just upload the same files as in the Main zip file again ?

Thanks ahead :)

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KeithDee says

Hey Krazykatoon,

First of all, I hope to see your template up soon! But back to business;

You could probably just leave that blank. There is no need for a live preview, so it shouldn’t be required. Hope it worked :)

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KrazyKartoons says

Thanks for the help KeithDee :)

I did try leave it blank, but it is required that’s why I don’t really know how to upload it. Any idea how can I solve this anyway?

I will try to export HTML with JPG and zip each page, I hope it won’t rejected.

Anyone who uploaded already PSD Themes, can tell me how to handle this “live preview” ? if so… do I need also to SLICE and put links to each other? or only 1.html 2.html 3.html (and the images directory that photoshop creates)

I’m very confused… I try my best to prevent rejection but it’s my first TF upload ever, and everything is new to me :\

Thanks ahead

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KeithDee says

The easiest thing to do is probably upload the main-page PSD to your website, or to TinyPic or something, and use that link as the live preview.

That’s a guess, but it might work.

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KrazyKartoons says
The easiest thing to do is probably upload the main-page PSD to your website, or to TinyPic or something, and use that link as the live preview. That’s a guess, but it might work.

I think the uploading of Live Preview zip file is a must, that’s because Envato will use live previews in the future. That’s what I understood from the explanation in the upload instructions.

I guess I will have to upload it and …see what the rejection will be to find out how to solve this, it’s stupid thing to do, but I don’t really know the answer…

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KeithDee says

Hey,

I get it now. I went into the upload panel and that got my brain working :)

What you need to do is add all the PNG /JPG images of the theme (not the PSD ’s) into a ZIP folder, which needs to be uploaded onto your own server. You then put the link to that folder (e.g http://krazykartoons.com/images.zip) in that box.

These are the files that will be in that ZIP folder: http://themeforest.net/theme_previews/63672-creative-web-agenda (But obviously with your images in the place of theirs.

Hope it all works out!

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KrazyKartoons says

UPDATE :

OK, I just uploaded, and hope it will be approved without any problems.

Anyway, I found the main problem, it was my fault. when uploading, I should first select Photoshop Theme, I just clicked UPLOAD without selecting so it was on Site Templates by default, that’s why I saw the extra info… html related.

Sorry about the mess, and thank you so much for the help :)

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Can’t wait to see it. Good luck with the approval :)

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