It seems that I am unable to use the new filtering options that you have implemented on each category. Let’s say I’m in WordPress > Creative and then I want to do further filtering. Clicking the boxes doesn’t do anything.
This behavior is reproducible only under Chrome [Latest, 42]. With all the other browsers like Safari, Firefox, everything works as expected.
Every single theme would be Google Webmaster Tools compatible. Hell, every website, I mean.
But if you are looking for light themes, swerve away like hell from Multi-purpose / Multi-concept themes. Take a look at minimal themes I would say.
What that long long message should read to you:
I have a problem on my theme and the biggest one is that it lacks uniqueness. First and foremost you need a good design to sell. Then put in some features. But design is the primary thing to getting accepted.
Thanks guys for the kind words. It’s all about not giving up even if you get a hard rejection.
And it will never be implemented. Don’t even hope about it. Envato would be exposed to so many fraud attempts and “small dirty money laundering tricks” by implementing something like this that it’s not worth it for them to risk something so big as the current market, for so little benefit.
If we’re talking about hard rejections, I’ve had none.
Soft rejections, I think like each of my products had one, because I was missing some new requirement or such But nothing spectacular. All were like at most 30 minutes fixes.
More than disabling that account and banning him for life from the marketplaces, do not expect anything more. They’re no justice force.
Just to get into this discussion:
The DMCA system is not perfect and highly exposed to exploits like the one you mentioned. Envato are not going to police who is right or wrong, they can’t expose themselves to that risk. Whatever seems like a legitimate (which means that it has the obligatory fields for a DMCA submission, but it doesn’t matter what’s written there actually) DMCA submission, they are forced to act accordingly and remove the product from the marketplace, until an agreement is reached or a counter-DMCA is received by Envato.
Your only option to contest this would be the counter DMCA. I don’t know for sure, but if the counter DMCA is submitted, the other party can’t contest one more time with a DMCA, but they are supposed to go to trial with you, in your country and not in their, if they really want to contest it.