How can i know my files is quality standard or not in CodeCanyon?

I have uploaded a JavaScript plugin for case converter.But it got rejected from review.Can anyone tell me what is the quality standard code for CodeCanyon?

.Could anyone tell me where is the problem of my item?

This is the message what i was getting from reviewer:

Thank you for your submission. We have completed our review of “JavaScript Case Converter Plugin” and unfortunately we found it isn’t at the quality standard required to move forward, and you won’t be able to re-submit this item again.

Thanks in advance.

Your script maybe too simple for place here. Give them more advance and complicate

Yes I have the same issue but this is just not right, I have perfectly coded add-on which in a matter of speaking is just a functional block for a builder which I have talked with the builder developers that this particular block is missing and is needed. I spend a lot of time on this to make it work perfect. Is that a matter of me just adding another 10 folders so it looks big damit.

My addon saves 5h of coding and if I can choose between spending $100 on developer or get ready one for $20 now, guess what I will choose.

My add-on was rejected today with the same message.

I had uploaded better than this plugin but nothing gonna happened for me.Is there any tutorial or something else to know their standard code practice?

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Do you have any item which one is accepted?