@jyostna I’m in the same situation than you.
I’m not a best-seller, and the money I earned via Envato is still small, but they disabled/rejected items, without any warning… which is not very respectful for all sellers. At least, they have to send us an email a few days ago to ask to update the item without disabled it. Very bad behavior here.
And the worst is that some of the things there are asking to update :
- No inline CSS. All CSS must be separated into an external stylesheet. → I guess they have to learn about seo/speed, and load external css can be useless
- Remove all commented/unused code from all files. —> yeah, great… this way, the buyers won’t understand anything in the code… what a great idea
- Please use a unique prefix for all function names, custom image sizes, classes, constants, hooks, public/global variables, and database entries to avoid conflict issues with plugins. Anything before the first underscore is classed as the prefix, and all prefixes must be 3 chars or more. → I guess it’s a joke. Item is not a WordPress plugin, why I have to do that.
Anyway, I don’t care, I won’t ask to reactivate that, but I’ll strongly discourage any dev to sell something on a platform that takes more than 50% of fees and they can disable an item when they want, for some “weird” reason.