Themeforest GuidelinesTopic Forest Guidelines
You can group, annotate, and organise shared items so shoppers can quickly manipulate your files.
And the more workable your data is, the more precious it is for purchasers. Make sure your coding is verified and maintained in a manner that reflects the latest and best practice in the business. Joomla, Drupal, OpenCart or osCommerce topics, make sure your topic contains a GPL license listing. In your.zip, make a folder named "Licensing" and put the two.txt documents in it, which we make available here for each topic group.
Find out more about GPL and ThemeForest here. Notice: This is not required for WordPress topics. For Magento and PrestaShop topics, make sure you include a folder in your zip file named "Licensing" and place in it the two.txt file we make available here for each of these kinds of topics licenced under the OSL v.3. e-mail templates, make sure your filing conforms to e-mail theme conventions (with spreadsheets and RSS inline) and is displayed consistent across a wide range of e-mail client.
Refer to the Campaign Monitor manual. Make sure your PSD templates are grouped and clearly labelled. When you have an asset associated with the master zip archive, be sure to add it to your .zip archive. Generate a help file: It should contain a short manual for installing, customizing, and using it, in English, which should be presented as a .pdf or HTML format.
It is possible to generate additional to, but not instead of, text statements, shellcast or fl ash statements. You can find a document templates here. Handle the purchaser like a novice when creating your documents. Over the long term, there will be more data that will be sold than lost in previewing online. Submit your data to ThemeForest!
See this item for uploading files directions. Which is Split Licensing and the GPL?