The thing is that I think they prefer that we do it using a DMCA form. I’ll just wait for one of the Staff Member comment…
I found a link where a bunch of paid files from themeforest are being redistributed. One of them belongs to me, but I would like to report all that page or website (is it possible?). So what can I do? The DMCA form only applies to a single file, right? I don’t know also the links for all the other files.
Thanks… Let’s put these bastards down
Your last sale was $45.00 2 minutes ago – Yeah
Your last item approval was 14 days ago – All right
You’re ranked 460th for sales on ThemeForest – Hummm… Not that bad
You’ll be the owner of a shiny new blue_steel paw after selling just $21220 more – Ouch
Ok. Thanks… I just want to let the potential buyers to know that theme was featured on this website. Just trying to make it a bit more appealing
I think it has to do with the amount of submissions lately. I’m not complaining about this… This is a great marketplace and people want to sell their work here.
I think the price increase had a residual effect on sales.
One of my themes got featured on an external website. Is it ok to show on the preview the featured badges?
I would like to hear the opinion of someone from the Envato Staff. Thanks in advance!
I can only comment your first question: you set up your preview on your server and then simply place that link on the correspondent textfield when you are uploading the theme for approval.
Italian. It’s just perfect!