Those are errors that can be fixed (most of all) but I don’t think it’s just about errors either (and I dont know if the reviewer would mention if that was the problem). Anyway, I like your template, I would change Arial font to something else as I already said. Also, maybe Services area requires a little more imagination, that’s the only section I didn’t really like. Plus some more skin options. I guess. Hope this helps.
As far as i understand, you are allowing them to redistribute for any given price, including zero.But this is a GPL issue not a Themeforest one.
@carlhancock, indeed but it’s more about the principle, at least from my side. Thank you for the debate, really useful:)
@chrisakelley, I may be to innocent/naive (to speak nicely) but I didn’t figure it out lol.
from what I’ve heard only a handful of authors have actually gone GPLprobably because it makes no sense?
Carlhancock, I perfectly understand what you are saying and I do agree with you, yes there’s an agreement period. But what I mean is, this is wrong from the start, it generates absurd conclusions. Can anyone sell the GPL theme everywhere, except the author?
Yes, your explanation is very logic to me. BUt there is still a conflict imo. There are 2 identities here: one is the author , one is the buyer. One can be both at the same time. Why would Envato’s agreement override the GPL agreement. Because one excludes the other. If anyone forces me to break the GPL then it’s not GPL anymore.
The GPL is all about the end user.Do I become an end user if I buy my own theme?
Staff cannot intervene without DMCA.In my opinion, there are 2 separate things: global rules and envato’s internal rules. Envato doesn’t need a DMCA act to do whatever they wish on their website and the content within it. But I admit it’s safer for them. Actually, for everyone, because anyone can accuse anyone with no ground so where would this take the market and its sellers.
It’s not “unique”, it’s too “similar”, are very subjective concepts in my opinion. Unique related to what, similar to what? Is it the layout, is it the colors, the plugins, what exactly? It’s more fair to say I personally don’t like it, it’s boring. But of course, this is not possible because personal opinions are not profesional in the review process. Revolution slider (which I absolutely like, so no offence) is almost everywhere, should themes be rejected for homepages looking exactly the same in a specific part? beehopping, you can submit a ticket and ask for a more personal feedback from the reviewer, but I don’t know how long does it take, so patience…