Even though the script seems bare bones it could be done properly. It is not just the look that reviewers look at so do not get all worked up about how it looks. You need to take into consideration multiple aspects of the project.
You need to look at how easy it can be integrated into other systems (CMS, WordPress, etc). Another good one is documentation. Not just inside the code, but outside the code. Not all clients have coding knowledge and they would like to implement the script into their own site. Having some kind of guide or document on how they do this can also be an improvement.
All I am trying to say is don’t get your self worked up about a script being rejected. Take some time, pen and paper and start going through a small checklist of items that could improve it such as documentation, etc.
The link you showed here describes not a script but a system. (As it contains a search, rating, image uploads, etc). There is no real item there describing what you are selling. (Is it the entire thing, or just the rating?)
Why not email the Reviewer and find out more information about why it was rejected?
Hopefully I did not come off as strong against anyone, I am just trying to be helpful.
So you just trying to get it all from SQL ?
Have you tried using a Union Select?
select "fields" from comments_news union select "fields" from comments_profil union select "fields" from comments_status order by date desc
All selects must have the same number of fields, and you can also try “order by 3 desc” where 3 is the field in the select you are referring to (so if the date field is last and you have 5 other fields (total 6) your order by would be “order by 6 desc”)
I think the forum are fine the way they are. A Rich Text or BBCode editor would be nice instead of typing in the html tags.
That is really the only thing I can see wrong.
I would think if they are a set of tags that say make Forms improved then it should be a “theme” and hence Theme Forest.
Thanks Jeffery, at least something (perhaps an Other in the selection, with not filling anything in).
Just to let the customer know that it is using a framework and they should look to see which one.
You can open a business account with them, it’s free. This will get rid of the those types of limits. You will need a Business License to send (fax) to them for verification.
I am in Canada so maybe their rules are different. I have never had problems with PayPal using my business account with them. I got verified (took a week) and since then (about 3 years ago) there has not been a single problem.
knocks on wood
Sure, on the right hand side you can see this image is suppose to be something. However I is broken and being linked to: “http://codecanyon.net/images/common/file_type_icons/.png”
I noticed that when you are looking at someones Program they submitted the images for what file types are included are broken.
I am using Google Chrome and checked in IE8 and still both are broken.
I just submitted a new item and say that PHP Frameworks were added to the upload list. Because of different types of Frameworks, is it possible to include a free text field or are the ones listed only the “supported” frameworks?
For instance I use Seagull Framework (which is built from PEAR ). And if I were to create a site using it there is no way for me to specifically say it is using that framework besides in the description.
I guess I will share my stories as I am extremely happy with the way things have turned out for myself.
When I was in high school I first learned a language called Turing, which then I created a free website for it (all html). From there my passion for Web grew pretty fast. I quickly started to learn PHP and MySQL. By the time I was in grade 12 I had a semi-successful free website and landed my first job. It wasn’t Web but it was programming in FoxPro (gross lol).
After a year of grade 13 (OAC) I went to college and continued on the software route learning .NET, Java, Cobol / Kicks, etc. However, it was then during my first semester I started up another website that was popular for a while until I let it die (my fault). But during that time frame I learned enough on my own to create websites for myself and others. Through my schooling I was hired by a private start up company which I had created Print Management software for them.
However, after working for 5 years with them I was in the midst of doing .NET and ASP for that company (while for my own company doing PHP ) I landed my current job.
I am now 26 working for a University as the Senior Web Developer (while managing my own company). I work all day in PHP , MySQL, Oracle and on Web Servers. Even though I didn’t take the “direct route” to what I liked (web) it all worked out in the end. And I am very happy with the way things turned out and like many have said before.
If it is your passion then you need to find a way to do it. My passion was on the web instead of Software. It took a little bit to switch but I am here now doing what I like to do.