Hi! I have been approved as an Envato Studio service provider in the past, does that make me able to offer the installation service? Currently, I don’t have any services listed on my services page what do I need to do to?
It’s great to see buyers like you appearing
My two latest items does not rely on shortcode at all for the layout, everything is metaboxes and page templates based.
Shortcodes are there, but just for elements like accordions etc.
@subsolar Thanks :)) Congrats to you too! When will winners receive the ‘Won a Contest’ badge?
Thanks!We have “Won a Most Wanted” contest badge
Shouldn’t we receive the ‘Won a Contest’ badge too for being the bonus prize winners? This one:http://dmypbau5frl9g.cloudfront.net/assets/badges/won_a_competition-025bc549bd8a6dd5206bf02b81885ae6.svg
I don’t even look at $43 themes.
I really don’t like this sentence.
@subsolar Thanks :)) Congrats to you too!
When will winners receive the ‘Won a Contest’ badge?
Thank you for drafting me! Really appreciate it.
I’ve in the past participated in two Most Wanted Contests, and got the price in a few days. Today they also announced the result of a recent contest I participated in. So no worries
Nothing will happen. It’s on us to change how things work. Customers will eventually return to unique and simple themes, or multipurpose, but not bloated. Why? Because those bloated themes are just full of garbage that a client don’t need. It’s always like this on every market. The same situation was with 200+ shortcodes… It will all change in time to what it was before. Only question is who will survive that period. I think that we shouldn’t go along the wagon, but produce unique and useful themes and we’ll have our share on the market. I just saw new WP theme from one of our favorite authors. It’s a beautiful niche theme and I believe it will get the sales it deserves. Also I’m proud that those guys didn’t go along with all others that produce those bloated themes! That’s what we can do. Go our own way and produce something that hasn’t been seen before. We must change the trend on the market as Envato won’t do anything about it.