Just to restore my good name, here’s email from one of guys from WPML
We thank you for your efforts in making your theme compatible with WPML plugin. I ran a quick test of the latest version of The7 theme and it works fine. We’ll announce it in our blog and add it to the compatible themes page.
Let me know if you have more themes to retest,Regards,
Long story short. Recently I received this from Envato support:
This is [staff name] from Envato Support. It has come to our attention that your theme The7 may not be WPML compliant as your description claims. You will need to either get verified by wpml.org or remove the WPML badge from template description and documentation. Please attend to this as soon as possible.http://gyazo.com/d8846cbcf3722211e4acfd4bb4d47f7e
Yay! Envato staff trusts words of person who never bought the theme and called me a liar with no reason. Brilliant.
Now I have a question.
There are about 400 themes that claims to be WPML compatible on ThemeForest: http://themeforest.net/browse/attributes/compatible_with/wpml
In the same time there are about 300 themes on theme compatibility page on WPML: http://wpml.org/documentation/theme-compatibility/
And not all of them are from TF.
So when exactly Envato is going to send similar email to those 100 authors asking if they are liars?
+ theme description clearly states that it’s compatible with IE 7-9. IE 10 is not in the list. Easiest way to solve the issue is to add a meta tag that will kick IE10 into IE9 compatibility mode.
With all respect to theme authors. Article itself is crap.
What are “best” criteria?
I think, I’ll go contribute an “10 most awesome gals of 2013” to Forbes. On list would be my girlfriend, my other 8 friend and that girl in short skirt that I saw today morning near the office…
Long awaited and fair change. Thanks!
Just reached $ 1 000 000 in sales. 1M-Yay!
Recently, I’m noticing to much “bad” links in Google. It became to easy to steal TF themes. Subjectively this never happened before. It seems that somebody who was responsible for removing those links is not on duty anymore…
Your thoughts? Maybe some “inside” from Envato staff?