GregDiVilbiss saidIn that example, I would purchase separate licenses for each one, then. That would fit my idea of an exception:
What I use Hostgator and use addon domains. I think technically they are subdomains that look like distinct addresses.
The exception would be if you intend on having semantically separate sites on the same domain. (Which wouldn’t be very semantic, would it? )
I’ll give a more clear example: If you run a website named tacobobs.com and have a blog at blog.tacobobs.com and a store at store.tacobobs.com, then it doesn’t seem fair to need to purchase multiple licenses. On the other hand, if you run 3 businesses and they are not related, even if they are hosted on the same primary domain, you should purchase 3 separate regular licenses.
Wow…Makes that them way too expensive for me on my personal sites. But you are confirming what I thought I was reading. That would be the first time I have run across a theme like that. I guess I will continue with my current vendor.
I would have to disagree with themeton, a domain includes all subdomains, so naturally if the license is for one domain, it includes any name.domain or domain/name as well.
The exception would be if you intend on having semantically separate sites on the same domain. (Which wouldn’t be very semantic, would it? )http://themeforest.net/licenses
I can’t help but read your posts with a thick Russian accent. I hope it’s true-to-life. That VK site looks like a total rip-off of Facebook…
@jr0131 Do you really think that pictures in this article are offending. If so, you should ask yourself why women sexualize themeselves ?
I have to agree with your first statement, those images in the post do not seem like a big deal. I have seen much worse on themes, so those are bad examples.
I would like to hear more behind the female psyche regarding this, though, because the analog (male models posing sexually) I do not find offensive at all.
Hi Radu3329, As Sevenspark has answered your question and as you now know, linking to a place that offers competing products is against the community guidelines, I’m going to remove the link from your post. Feel free to ask any other questions you may have.
Something is fishy here. How do you have a moustache badge…
It’s an interesting problem that Envato needs to answer. There are too many themes coming down the pipeline and not enough customers to gobble them up. I have a few suggestions for Envato:
- Kick advertising up a notch. (Or 3)
- Automatically remove themes that are > 1 year && <XXX sales.
- Divide ThemeForest.
I doubt these will be noticed, but I think those things might help increase exposure for individual themes. The reason concerns from authors with Envato are sitting on the back-burners is because Envato does not need more authors, plain and simple. Envato is simply operating on the biggest principle of economics: supply and demand.
They can’t rightly deny acceptable themes as this is an open marketplace, but they can ignore the pleas of authors. Eventually, this will lead to a drop in authors, and in turn, submissions. Perhaps Envato are hoping this problem will solve itself in time? It will create more competition for them in the long run though, as competent developers & designers form their own theme shops…
Personally, I don’t think this bodes well for ThemeForest and potentially other Envato marketplaces. A company that doesn’t adapt to new constraints will crumble in time.
I’m not an author, but I do use email.
I’m always personable with introductions and endings, but I don’t mind when others are not, especially when they are “intermediary emails.” If I ask Bob a question, I don’t expect him to write out that extra stuff if all he has to say is “Yes” or “No”.
In the end, I’m being personable because that is how I want to come off to whoever I am emailing. If they don’t care about that, that is their business, and I don’t sweat it if they are blunt.
Just my 2¢