If your item is exclusive to Envato you cannot sell or post the item anywhere else as long as it it posted on CodeCanyon. However, you can create a very similar new item (such as a “lite version”). This is pretty commonplace for both selling or giving away an introductory version of your item. Just make sure that you’ve slashed enough functionality out of your full version for it to be considered a new item. The same also goes for item conversions. If you’re exclusive and have itemX on CodeCanyon, but create a conversion for WordPress – it is an entirely different item from itemX.
If you’re non-exclusive, you can do whatever you like. You can give it away for free if you like (although I’m not sure that is the best idea).
Having your item pirated shouldn’t be taken lightly. These people are stealing from you and there isn’t any other way to see it. Also, how is a free version going to counteract a “free” pirated version?
You need to get this content taken down – or replaced with a non-functioning version of your item
Hi DigitalDynastyDesign, You can always work on your item more and resubmit. The current text in the rejection email is to prevent authors from resubmitting hard rejected items without making drastic changes. You shouldn’t feel like you have to scrap your idea and move on to something else. Items that are hard rejected can be resubmitted – but they need a significant amount of work invested before doing so.
Your item needs some design improvements. Navigation arrows are not aligned properly and the demo itself feels a bit confusing and unfinished. Although not absolutely required on CodeCanyon, a visually solid presentation does wonders for an item’s sales.
If you would like more assistance, you can open a help ticket and request clarification – I’ll be happy to help
I second Ivor’s suggestions.
Vegas is definitely a one-of-a-kind place. It has been going downhill for awhile now (and the old part of Vegas has always been the loosest and most colorful place IMO), but I’ve yet to see anything quite like it. A truly bizarre and exciting city.
You could spend your entire trip in NYC there’s so much to see. The Statue of Liberty was a bit of a letdown and felt like it ate up more time than it was worth (with the ferry ride and waiting in line for the tour, etc).
The Grand Canyon is definitely an eye opening experience. I’ve been there several times and it takes awhile to get out to a nice spot in the canyon. After a bit of a drive you can walk around to different mounted scopes, eat overlooking the canyon, check out a visitor info center or ride a mule to the bottom ($$$) but that’s about it. You just might end up standing there looking at it.
Avoid LA and Hollywood if you can. Hollywood is full of weirdos and drug addicts and LA doesn’t really have much to offer as far as tourism. Growing up around that area I always wondering how let down I’d be if I traveled to LA on vacation
Joshua Tree. CA is beautiful if you’re looking for a unique, not crowded desert location.
If you like history and museums then DC has it.
In you’re looking for nature, maybe Zion?
Hope these help and you have an awesome trip
Hey CodedDesigns, Absolutely, I’ve done something similar with a game engine.
You can create an item, then build other add-ons or mods specific to the original item. You can also modify your original item and resubmit it as a different one / variation (however it should be significantly different than the original).
CodeCanyon items don’t necessarily need to stand on their own and can be add-ons for existing items (premium or free).
Depending on how you’re planning things – handling updates might turn into a bigger job.
Hope this is helpful