Our other guys prefer Sublime Text, though.
@NRGthemes, @aligatorstudio, guys that’s exactly my point. Envato does not let us complete in terms of price, therefore we have to compete by making more-more feature rich themes.
IMO this situation is not healthy because it takes lots of time, money and effort to create real multipurpose theme. Therefore entry threshold is too high for new authors. That’s basically the only thing I really worried about.
Leokoo saidSorry man but i don take life lessons from a Malayan which has never sold a theme here, come back when you’re an elite seller.
mountainthemes saidHmm, are you going to blame TF for bad sales? Rather, shouldn’t you be looking at ways to improve your product so that sales will come to you?
11 Pages an no Envato response. Themeforest is gonna lose another Elite Author.
You have no right to say this crap even if you are a power elite. These are forum rules.
On one hand we have a strange situation where multipurpose theme priced similar to regular ones. And even multipurpose themes are not equal.
On the other hand we have a thing called “competition”. If you’re using an iPhone you’re not going to complain Google selling its flagship for $300 and it has gazillion more features, right?
P.S. I still prefer an iPhone, though.
At certain point reviewer asked me to remove the “Photography demo – coming soon” banner. Though it was 6-th or 7-th of demos and it was really “coming soon” So I guess it is not allowed, though I’m not sure which rule it violates.
I know an author and he’s quiet popular. If it was his theme, the first thing he’d probably have done is make a huge banner out of it for put it up on their theme’s sales page “We POWER the world’s only internet’s very FIRST website ever built since the beginning of time, yeah, they use OUR THEME” I’m pretty sure all you of know who is being referenced to here
You forgot to highlight the “ONLY”
Uups. Clarification. Worlds’ first .com domain