So it does not count as a resale, if we follow this process?
1. We buy a theme using the regular license from themeforest.net. 2. We modify it. 3. We sell the modified template/theme to the client, at a higher price than we bought the theme for, since it’s modified. 4. We install the theme on their domain.
Just want to be sure that it’s legal.
We charge the client on the work it takes to modify the template, and we have no business selling it on a template website.
So the client picks a template, we buy it, modify it, and charge the client for the whole process. The modified template serves as the clients/companys main website, on 1 domain.
We’ve read through the knowledgebase, but would like some more clarification on it, from staff/template creators.
We are working on a website project for a client, and wondering if it’s legal to purchase a regular template from themeforest, modify, and install it for the client?
So basically you’re looking for someone who would be able to design and code a fully functional wordpress theme for around 300$-1000$ which you can then sell here?
This is not possible in this small budget
We’ve been looking at various freelancers who deliver responsive wordpress themes, not of the standard seen at themeforest, but still responsive design, for the budget we have in mind. We are not sure what the standard budget is for this type of work.
What kind of budget is reasonable for projects described?
You need to be able to build a full Wordpress theme from scratch, and all what it includes – images, design, code; for the budget.
Post updated, thanks for the input.
Me and my friend are looking to establish a partnership with an affordable Wordpress designer and coder, to the standards seen on themeforest.net.
Budget per project: $300-1000
The work that’s required varies from a small WP portfolio, to a business site with about 5-7 pages of different content.