This is what I’ve got from the support team: “This is just a display issue that we are currently working to resolve. This information is only visible to individual authors, not the public.”
It’s fixed now. Thank you envato!
I’ve just done it.
Thank you for a quick reply.
Oh, and I can see that box only when I’m logged in as an author
I’m logged in and on some item pages from our portfolio there’s an additional “Rejection details” box above the “This item is by an Elite Author” badge. The funny thing is that items are not disabled or soft rejected (I’ve just checked it once again with different browser as an anonymous user).
Have you experienced something similar before?
Sorry for misunderstanding. I’ll try to be more specific this time.
Responsive design is a must have option today and it should be a standard TOO
I don’t understand why “Tabs must be used for indentation—not spaces’’ is a better guideline than let’s say “Responsive design is a must have”. And guess what, everybody makes responsive themes without guidelines regards, Michael
Firstly, it’s standard practice for WordPress to use tabs over spaces.http://make.wordpress.org/core/handbook/php/
Secondly, it results in smaller file sizes. One character, instead of four.
Third, consistency. One isn’t strictly better than the other (tabs v spaces)—the point is to be consistent, and TF just happened to request consistency in keeping with WordPress standards and practices.
None of the more stringent code formatting rules—just use tabs instead of spaces. It probably makes reviewer’s lives easier.If it irritates you, indent each level four tabs instead of four spaces. That’ll teach ‘em!
I get it. And I use tab indentation:). My point is that coding rules are really important just for a small group of our clients, and responsive design affects everyone. Most clients don’t care if there are four spaces at the beginning of each line instead of one tab.
I don’t understand why “Tabs must be used for indentation—not spaces’’ is a better guideline than let’s say “Responsive design is a must have”. And guess what, everybody makes responsive themes without guidelines