Some time ago I had a theme that was disabled too. Did I got any warning or email? No… And after contacting support I knew the reason: it had some HTML validation errors (a user opened a ticket after me having sent over 45 support emails to him).
It was kind of a joke to me, because most of the best selling themes here have these errors
I understand that “Envato” can’t test all errors/bugs that buyers complain about, but talking to the author before disabling the theme always sounded more fair to me.
This is a general forum so you shoud go to the theme comments and ask the author about that. Cheers!
Let’s have a cold beer. Good luck with the next 2.000
Hi, what message do you get When you output it? How are you storing the $fonticon variable?
ZX Spectrum. Played endless hours with it
WebDesignPlanet saidThis does not matter. What matters is the purpose of the preview an why it was built.
What if someone visits the live preview site without knowing about the actual item?
WebDesignPlanet saidOk, but you stated that the images can be used for non-commercial purposes so what really matters is the purpose and not if they are redistributed.
Plus, we are not selling the images with the templates, they are for “preview” purposes only
I’m not a lawyer, but this still sounds pretty clear to me
This does not seem cloudy to me
You can’t use them, because the preview is to sell something…
My latest 4 themes have the option to decide how much the content should stretch. If you set it to a big enough value it will occupy the whole screen