Okay, but why does it show on the first page of WooCommerce, if it was added like a year ago? This is just wrong. Deleting all the topics where a sale of items here is involved while moving some old item to the first page of its category is wrong.
But hey, nothing really surprises me nowadays. It’s sad if we got here, when we’re no longer surprised no matter what would happen on this marketplace. I suppose if tomorrow I’d see a porn theme on the first page, it would be okay. What’s next? Purchasing exposure? Renting themes from author author?
It doesn’t matter, it can’t show up on the first page, what the… ?
Hello, if you really believe in hard work, then work on getting the designs approved here, otherwise I doubt there will be anyone willing to invest in designs that are not approved, since TF “standards” change like every month. Also the three designs you posted will most likely not be approved here so I’d suggest working on them and submitting them as PSD. Once you’ll have a few PSD’s up and for sale, you’ll be able to sell them pretty quick and for a higher price.
Even jQuery dropped IE8 support
If you add bugged items and you’re angry because you got soft-rejected because of YOUR MISTAKES, and you couldn’t start a new project, guess who’s to blame? Surely the reviewers because you are not able to check your items before submitting them and the clients find tons of bugs.
Stop finding people to blaim and starting take of it yourself, you and your coders are the only ones responsible for being rejected because of the bugs your clients find. I may be hater, but the clients that see poor code and support will categorize the whole marketplace like that and if they’re at the beginning, chances are they will never buy anything from here again.
I noticed you from the beginning, 80% of your posts are about someone, you complain about someone or something, the value you add to the forums in your messages is close to zero.
Basically this topic sounds like this “Hello members, I’m going to vacation and I want to be reviewed before all the other members because I won’t have an internet connection and I didn’t want to fully-check my item before submitting it. But hey, I’m going to vacation, so the other members can wait!”
If you submit bugged themes, it’s totally your fault, it’s not Envato’s fault that you submit items on a quantity basis and not on a quality one. It’s not everyone’s job to do a babysitter job for you and say “look, one more bug, please fix it”. It’s your job to make sure your item is properly coded and running, not Envato’s.
But it looks you don’t give a damn about your customers, as long as the item is approved. More bugs? no problem, but I want the theme back online immediately, it doesn’t matter the number of remaining bugs.
C’mon, this thread is a joke, assume credit for your mistakes. Nobody cares about your holiday, as you don’t care about your customers. But good luck blaiming Envato and the reviewers for your mistakes.
@pixeful marketing and WordPress themes are in another league, you can’t really expect any marketing theme to be approved in the WordPress category, it’s like wanting to participe on tour de france after you rode 150 km with your personal bike. Same with Muse and other categories. That design you posted has flaws and is generic, your biggest advantage is its niche, that people don’t do themes for WHMCS.
The fact that you have 18 items doesn’t make you the best web designer here or an established author, I’d call established and experienced authors the ones in top 50 or 100, and even those authors get rejected. You always find reasons to complain on the forums, if you want to be in the big league, stop complaining and start working, you can’t complain you’re not accepted in the big league if you participate with unbounce landing pages and expect them to sell in WP.