Posts by nagaemas

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nagaemas
says

3 sales already. Hope it will be a better month for everyone!

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nagaemas
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Hi,

For such requests usually I just say ‘Unfortunately, that’s not possible’ and most customers will understand. If I see it the requested feature as something that might boost sales for future buyers I will say ‘I’ll add that to my to do list for the next update’ and release it on the next update. Buyers will thank you and sales will increase after requested features are released.

If it’s something easy that can be done with custom CSS, just give your customer the CSS :)

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nagaemas
says

I had a few on my admin templates in the past, and also two for my regular site templates. But nothing for WordPress :) Usually they are people who wanted to create a membership site.

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nagaemas
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PS: You. Author. With your fancy pants 20 different homepage styles, you can’t design. You think you can, but you really don’t know the true essence of effective UI/UX. You’re just a ‘copy and paste trends’ kinda guy. Stop. Leave TF to the professionals please. Rant over (You wouldn’t like to read the full un-edited version. Which I’ll be posting here very shortly.) ;)

Hahaha…

245 posts
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  • Has sold $125,000+ on Envato Market
  • Had an item that became a weekly top seller
  • Had an item that was trending
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nagaemas
says

You already have the theme on CM with another name, you can’t upload it here anymore as an exclusive author.

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  • Has sold $125,000+ on Envato Market
  • Had an item that became a weekly top seller
  • Had an item that was trending
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nagaemas
says

Actually you should never ever set CSS styles on each mousemove event.

If you really want to do that, put the mousemove callback inside a requestAnimationFrame or throttle the function call.

Something like this:

$('html,body').mousemove(function(xy) {

    requestAnimationFrame(function() {

winHeight = $(window).innerHeight();
            winHeight2 = Math.ceil(winHeight / 145.5) * 145.5;
            winWidth = $(window).innerWidth();
            middle = winWidth / 2
            middleHeight = winHeight / 2
            pageX = (xy.pageX);
            pageY = (xy.pageY);
            middle2 = pageX - middle;
            middle3 = pageY - middleHeight;

            /* $('.text_shadow').each(function(index, element) {
                var thisPos = $(this).offset().top;
                var thisCenter = $(this).height()/2
                var thisPosCenter = pageY-(thisPos+thisCenter);

                $(this).css({'text-shadow':''+-((middle2*0.01))+'px '+-((thisPosCenter*0.01))+'px 0 rgba(24,230,152,0.5)' })

            });*/

    });

});
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nagaemas
says

I created the mockup in PSD and when it’s done directly do everything in the browser. I hate doing designs in photoshop because of the poor text rendering and sometimes designs that looks good on Photoshop looks terrible in the browser. Usually the final result after a lot of tweaking differs very much and looks much better in browser.

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nagaemas
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It’s good already, just work on it a little bit more and it will be approved.

1. Move the posts category to the top of the title or anywhere else, it’s weird to have it inline with the title.

2. Make the sidebar wider, about 10-20% and remove the icons before the widget title

3. Tweak all the spacings, it looks inconsistent right now.

That should be enough to get it approved. Good luck!

245 posts
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  • Has sold $125,000+ on Envato Market
  • Had an item that became a weekly top seller
  • Had an item that was trending
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nagaemas
says

Yes, it was a blogging theme, the reviewer said the theme structure, placements were similar to the one I have right now. I worked on it for about two days, but to make it a different concept means a redesign so I just deleted the theme and started on a new one.

Hope you can get through this!

245 posts
  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
  • Has sold $125,000+ on Envato Market
  • Had an item that became a weekly top seller
  • Had an item that was trending
+7 more
nagaemas
says

I also got that soft rejection message on my latest theme, really do not know what to modify, gave up and uploaded the theme in CM. Seems like the reviews are getting more strict lately so we need more unique items. Good luck!

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