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Robinax says

Hello.

i join these days and want to design and sell items but i worry about rejecting. for start i look elite author’s work , look comments and their templates.

i saw a word ! ’ “Clean” design and css ’ in comments …

what does it mean ?! what is more important for buyers to get a theme ?!

best regards , thanks.

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pjtops says

Clean just means tidy and well organized code, which is important for themes/templates since they’re meant to be customized/extended on.

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Robinax says

Clean just means tidy and well organized code, which is important for themes/templates since they’re meant to be customized/extended on.
So thanks.

for selling , PSD file of theme are features or we must send psd for any theme?

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BittLoader says

You don’t need a PSD for each theme… but sometimes is highly recommended if you want more sales! :)

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Robinax says

You don’t need a PSD for each theme… but sometimes is highly recommended if you want more sales! :)
Thanks Bro :*

topic solved :D

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