Monday, April 2, 2012

Themeforest Questions and Answers Solved!

Themeforest Solved questions...
I spent some time to complete the Themeforest.net author quiz, most of the time i was failed. :O) here are the soleved questions. They are working until my last check on 02-04-2012. Good Luck
    1. If you’d like to use an asset within your file that someone else created and you’re unsure whether you’re allowed to, what should you do?Ask a lawyer or the asset’s license holder
    2. Who decides how files are priced? – The ThemeForest staff
    3. Who is responsible for copyright violations in submitted files? – The author
    4. What will happen if your submission does not validate (excluding browser-specific CSS)? – It will be rejected
    5. Who is responsible for testing files to make sure there are no errors? – The author
    6. Who is responsible for copyright violations in submitted files? – The author
    7. Which of the following would be an appropriate file title? – CoPilot – WordPress and Tumblog Theme OR 20 Tiled Wood Textures
    8. What should you do if another author has copied one of your files? – Contact Envato support
    9. Your file must work properly in which browsers? – All major browsers
    10. What will happen if your submission does not include documentation? – The item will be rejected
    11. What is most likely to happen if your file is visually unappealing? – It will get rejected
    12. What is most likely to happen if you copy someone else’s design, regardless of where you found it? - You will be banned
    13. When am I required to provide a help file? - When selling an Add-On, or any time a file requires advanced editing or contains an asset which requires attribution
    14. Who is responsible for copyright violations in submitted files? - The author
    15. If you’d like to use an asset within your file that someone else created and you’re unsure whether you’re allowed to, what should you do? - Ask a lawyer or the asset’s license holder
    16. When is it acceptable to upload a file type that’s on the files-we-don’t-need list? - When the file quality is especially high

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