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o_creative says

Hi,

After having my first design rejected for “not being up to par” I was wondering if it would make any sense uploading the PSD file first and if that gets accepted adding the html version as a second option? This way you will have two options for the buyer (PSD only and PSD +HTML) and you wouldn’t put time (for coding up the pages) into something that won’t get accepted in the end.

Does this make sense? Any thoughts?

Thanks a bunch!

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CreatingDrew says

There was a thread similar to this one and I believe they are working on a “send preview to reviewer” function so you can send the reviewer a .jpg of your theme. From there they can tell you if you are on the right track or not. Of course things like coding and validation still come into play, but it should give you an idea.

I’m not sure where they are on this, so maybe Jeffrey or another staff member can chime in here :)

Regards,

Drew

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JeffreyWay says

Yep. We’re working on a way to make the upload process much easier for everyone. These changes should take effect at the beginning of 09. I’ll keep everyone posted.

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o_creative says

Sounds like great news! :) Still, does “my” idea make sense to anyone except of me?

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contempoinc says

I think i remember seeing a thread similar to this as well and they recommended not uploading a PSD and HTML version, although they do recommend if you have a WP theme to upload a static HTML version

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