Maybe PHP > Misc.. I think the HTML5 category is for pure HTML5 apps.
That’s a good point. However, I think you might miss sales during the updating process. What I suggest and I hope to see a positive reaction from envato community is that when there is a decent improvement like adding more features, improving UI, etc.. that item should deserve a second chance to be placed in the home page again. For example to create a similar space to New items for recently updated items in the home page.
Hope that was relevant
...is another way of saying “please dont buy this item”. In a place where all updates are free, I’m just trying to understand the do-not-buy mentality of an item that’s pending an update.
Does anyone have any insight?
I had one as well.. took over 2 weeks and after a swarm 19 sales at the lower price, it was rectified
Personally, I want to approve the pricing before my item is put on sale.. I would rather not sell it at all than have my work devalued.. but that’s me.
It may be fine for ThemeForest, but the last thing I want is for more people to randomly contact me with questions.. most things would be answered if they actually took a minute to read the FAQ and Description. Sometimes, I suspect people just ask pre-sales questions because they’re lonely.. it’s so annoying. I don’t ever answer pre-sales questions that are delivered to my email.. I delete them.
I can see why people would want this.. so if it’s added, can it be an opt-in sort of thing? So I can uncheck the box
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2YrTxfbToM (warning, bad language)
If I have to take 1 star ratings because of needy/demanding people I refuse to support, thats fine.. I just don’t think they should be able to do it without any sort of explanation
I think the most recent update makes things a lot more clear
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^ Most people can see that it’s a good item, but a few people might have issues.. whether its a server issue, or a mental issue
I think it would be a good idea to have a rating subsystem with categories
- ease of installation
- graphics quality
- code structure
- support quality
These are the only things that matter to me.. It would be cool if public could see this breakdown of each rating.
This is excellent! Thanks for this, now my buyers can see why my app has 4 stars instead of 5:
5 stars – 22 ratings
4 stars – 8 ratings
3 stars – 2 ratings
2 stars – 0 ratings
1 star – 5 ratings (HAHAHAHAHAHA!!)
So any intelligent customer can see that the above is a good app who’s score was ruined by 5 angry customers (and people who bought the wrong thing without thinking).. I remember one user admitted to giving me 1 star because he didn’t like my answers to all his invasive questions about my personal life.
Maybe next step would be having a legitimate reason for low ratings.. stomp out those 1 stars