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HipstaCowboys says

Hi everyone, yesterday I submited new css login and registration form: http://codecanyon.net/item/usable-css-login-register-form/3871191

But, it’s pure css – so css category. Today I developed a complete jquery/javascript validation and made it move with clean jquery effects. So, questions is:

Is it better to update actual version – with two variations: Pure CSS and With jQuery validation (and how about a price? I don’t want the item cost more money, maybe)

OR

Submit this jQuery version to Javascript Forms category? So there will be 2 items (in CSS and Javascript).

Thanks for help :)

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oxfordshireweb says

I personally would probably submit a jQuery version separately and in your description have something like:

“looking for a jQuery version? click here” and so on.

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Pixelworkshop says

Go for a separate version, when the javascript takes an important part, it should be in the JS category (and I guess that it would be rejected in the CSS section for that reason).

Additionnally, you could face a rejection in the JS category aswell if you submit something “too simple” (I experienced it). It looks like there’s place only for items that are either complete jquery scripts / plugins OR 100% CSS. But a CSS element improved with javascript doesn’t fit anywhere…

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codern says

woo i’m surprise that how envato approved this, but anyways make sure to remove your link, because no self-promoting allowed.

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Pixelworkshop says

woo i’m surprise that how envato approved this, but anyways make sure to remove your link, because no self-promoting allowed.

It’s fine to post a link for feedback.

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HipstaCowboys says

Thanks everyone, I’ll go for separate version than.


woo i’m surprise that how envato approved this, but anyways make sure to remove your link, because no self-promoting allowed.

I’m sorry, I thought about it, but didn’t realize. Definitely don’t want to self-promote.

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codern says


woo i’m surprise that how envato approved this, but anyways make sure to remove your link, because no self-promoting allowed.
It’s fine to post a link for feedback.

last time they removed mine in sec .


Thanks everyone, I’ll go for separate version than.

woo i’m surprise that how envato approved this, but anyways make sure to remove your link, because no self-promoting allowed.
I’m sorry, I thought about it, but didn’t realize. Definitely don’t want to self-promote.

i don’t care, i’m just saying that users should read the forum rules. as long as they don’t worn you.

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Pixelworkshop says

Asking for feedback in the ‘Item discussion’ section is (and has always been) fine, nothing wrong with that. But there are users who flag any post containing a link.

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