I lol’d when I saw that page and everything about the beautiful community here.
If you’re using it on 2 different domains, you will need to purchase a new license. However, if you set it up on one domain and then want to move it on another domain, you can do that with one license, as long as the theme will not stay on the first domain.
It’s pretty easy, with once license you can only use it on one website. 2 different websites with the theme = 2 licenses. 10 websites = 10 licenses.
Hehe, bullsh*t ipsum. Seriously, that post has absolutely zero use and it’s stating the obvious which we already knew. So I guess we should all make 1000 demos and add tens of plugins in order to stay competitive.
Were you guys expecting anything else? Pretty much everything lately that involves a serious problem or questions results in the thread being locked and, sometimes(very rare), a new post with some generic thing that we already knew. Or a forum reply. This is like having a deja-vu, every single time.
For commercial reasons, while we are happy to receive general feedback on pricing, we are not able to discuss specific price points, and pricing as a whole remains entirely Envato’s responsibility. Safe to say, we are always monitoring and evaluating pricing and looking for opportunities to maximize earnings potential for the community.
Let me correct that for you:
For commercial reasons, while we are happy to receive general feedback on pricing, we will not change anything anyway, and pricing as a whole remains entirely Envato’s responsibility. Safe to say, we are always monitoring and evaluating pricing and looking for opportunities to maximize earnings potential for Envato.
It’s fine, 1 license = usage on just one domain, you can change the domain anytime you want.
revaxarts saidIn any case, would be very kind to be informed, since we are directly involved..
I don’t know if Envato is currently breaking the law (by not adding VAT do the price) or has found some “backdoor” in the system. I doubt it’s the latter
Hey guys. The answer to VAT was provided in the final post on this thread. As stated, authors need not worry.Envato has set up an EU MOSS VAT registration from January 1st, 2015 to enable us to collect and account for any applicable VAT to the relevant EU authority.Thanks!
No, that’s not okay, what’s the VAT ID number, if they signed up for it? I don’t see VAT being charged since the 1st of January, “authors need not worry” is not enough.
Also we’ve been waiting for the question “who’s the seller” for weeks now, without getting any reply. I suspect this one’s going to be closed pretty soon too, “authors don’t need to worry who’s the seller, we’re taking care of everything”.
Yes, more flexibility is welcome, the current functionality is already rudimental and it wouldn’t be hard at all to make such a change.
If you want something up to the quality of ThemeForest items, it will most likely cost you a sum with 5 digits for a full theme with resell options most likely. And this only if you’ll actually find an author with reputation and experience here, as the good devs pretty much have enough work for at least a couple of weeks / months.