Thicker font and a strong non-active state color. I would improve the thickness for the search field too. The reviewer was right in this case because your font selection is nice, but the weight of it and the color make it difficult to read. I’m young myself but I have vision issues, so it was hard for me to read until I looked closer. Wonderful template though, it’s quite refreshing!
What exactly is the problem? Your message is very vague. Authors aren’t required to provide support, but it is encouraged.
If the Windows 8 UI was your inspiration or Zune, you’ll have to work a little harder at it.
Think of a new concept to display the information.
Make it more unique. I can count off about 8 templates that look more or less the same to yours.
Recently a WordPress theme was published. Unfortunately, it seems your PSD template looks too much like that WordPress template. That’s just my opinion.
For a high end theme for a site like Themeforest, I take around 14 weeks.
Yes, as I stated, the good thing about SWIFT is that it’s a set fee, it doesn’t change as the money amount changes. At least to my knowledge it doesn’t. With PayPal or Moneybookers, the fees will change depending on how much money you’re moving around. SWIFT comes in really handy when you’re an author making more than a couple thousand each month, or some of our elite authors who likely make over $10,000 a month in stock.
IF SWIFT only $35 and some fees taken at the bank i think this is good option to withdraw moneys, it better than Moneybookers they taken me 3,99% total amount. this is good options for who has more than 1000$ cheapest way i think so
$35 is the amount I’ve seen for wires by US banks, but it seems to be the same all over. You’re best off checking with your bank. Paypal or Moneybooker transfers are worth the speed and lower fees when dealing with less than say $0-2,000. After that, it becomes more expensive to do it through Paypal, I can’t say the same for Moneybookers, but I’m sure it’s roughly the same.
Attrebau saidits not AUD its USD
Aside from the SWIFT $35 fee to send money which Envato takes out, there’s also and incoming wire fee your bank will take out, which can be anywhere from 10-25 dollars, and then there may be a foreign exchange conversion from AUD to your country’s monetary equivalent. At most you’re looking at around 52 EUR . I personally wouldn’t trust PayPal anything with more than $1,000.
I didn’t know Envato traded in USD , I always thought it was in AUD . Thanks for the clarification, mate!
It depends solely on your needs. If you’re just using one blog for yourself where you write to, then a simple Hostgator account will do. But if you’re running different scripts with many themes which redirect to Themeforest so your visitors can purchase what they want, you’ll want to go with Media Temple. Their service is phenomenal.