~45$, enough said.
Imo, I’m the best mid BS in a world.
On topic, how about just having a fixed number of approvals per day so that each item gets minimum guarantee of life time on home page?
Cant wait for the emails like this: ‘Congrats, your item was accepted for sale! It will go public in 2019 Jan, 17, because there are 1500 accepted files in queue. Thanks, have a good day!’
You know that you can check followers count on author profile page, yeah?
Hope to see your theme up for sales soon! Best of luck
Can’t really tell anything valuable looking at the screenshot. Is that an actual sticky post, or is it a widget? Anyway, personally, I’d just add some light background to it to make it differ from all other posts (if that’s actually a sticky post) and also polish up that ‘read more’ bit further (why you glued it to the actual content? :))
If I were you I’d ask a reviewer for more details on that Widgets issue (maybe try asking for a screenshot or so), since I don’t believe that this is because of Sticky Posts. Additionally, try redesigning the widgets (all of standart ones bundled with WordPress) – maybe that would help.
List of bundled JS Plugins / Scripts – be sure not to deregister ANY of those (registering external plugins like fancybox or flexslider is OK)
Ok, do this:
1. Install ‘Monster widget’. One widget = All standart WordPress widgets. Style them to fit the theme. You’ll need to add some CSS (shouldn’t be a problem if you did a theme by yourself).
2. Don’t do something like this:
wp_deregister_script('jquery'); wp_register_script('jquery', 'http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.8.1/jquery.min.js', false, '1.8.1'); wp_enqueue_script('jquery');
This means that you’re deregistering jQuery bundled with a WP and registering your own, which is a really really bad practice. Get rid of those wp_deregister_script(‘jquery’) and wp_register_script(’....’) function calls.
That’s it. Hope that helps you to get approved!