General File Preparation Guidelines
This article contains instructions on preparing your file for submission to ThemeForest. For help with our upload process —including how to format your submission title, tags and description— view our item upload guide.
Save your main file(s):
Organize your file and documentation so that it is easy to view, edit and understand. Group, label and organize common elements so that buyers are able to easily edit your file. The more editable your file is, the more valuable it is to buyers. Ensure that you validate your code, and code in a style that represents the latest and best practices in the industry.
If you’re submitting:
Joomla, Drupal, OpenCart or osCommerce themes, ensure that your theme contains a GPL licensing directory. Create a directory inside your .zip called "Licensing" and place inside it the two .txt files which we provide here for each type of theme. Learn more about GPL and ThemeForest here.
Note: You do not have to do this for WordPress themes. The license details will be automatically attached to WordPress uploads.
Magento and PrestaShop themes, create a directory inside your .zip called "Licensing" and place inside it the two .txt files which we provide here for each of these types of themes licensed under the OSL v.3.
Email Templates, ensure that your submission adheres to email design standards (using tables and inline CSS) and displays consistently across a variety of email clients. See CampaignMonitor's guide.
PSD Templates, ensure your layers are grouped and named in a clear and organized way.
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