Posts by aldrinlsc

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aldrinlsc says

Happy birthday and well done man :)

Thank you! :)

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aldrinlsc says

Happy birthday and congrats :) still may 16th over at Canada :P

LOL yeah. Forgot to mention the timezone :) thanks anyway.

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aldrinlsc says

Thank you so much guys! i appreciate the kind words :)

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aldrinlsc says

Today may 17 is my birthday. Also today my item is finally approved! big thanks to my reviewer Siddharth. The item is supposedly a PSD template but i got rejected twice(really hard to get into that category) so i decided to make it as html template.

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aldrinlsc says

Just want to make this thread back to life as I have a question related to this. Where should the license certificate go when you upload your file(wordpress or html) for sale to show to the reviewer as a proof?

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So i just bought an item from codecanyon and used it for my html template for sale here soon. Sorry for the stupid question but i’m wondering where to put the license certificate from upload page as a proof for the reviewer. What i’m missing?

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So if that’s the case even if i include their artwork to the main download of the template is fine? what about the proof? do i have to request a license to the artist even though they already gave me a permission?

I don’t think there is a standard, (maybe those GPL license? ) the most important part is that you should be absolutely sure that no one will knock on your door because you have in the preview or in the download zip something that you didn’t had the right to use.

So if you send a mail to someone and ask him if you can use a photo or whatever and he say is ok then you can use it. But you should be sure that he is indeed the real owner of that file, that he really understood where his work will be used and under what conditions, you need to be sure that he will not turn around in six months and start accusing you that you steal his stuff.

For example as it was stated on an envato note article (maybe I’m not sure where I read this but the point is the same) so they say, if you use a photo from flickr and you ask the author on that website for permission and he say yes, you can still be in trouble because even if that person published that particular photo on flickr it doesn’t make him automatically the owner of what is “inside” the photo.

Maybe he photographed Liam Neeson eating some pizza, and you can’t use it because Liam Neeson could get mad and start arguing with you, and trust me you don’t want to argue with Liam Neeson.

And the proof could be the mail he send you where he say you can use his stuff. Problem is who will be the judge?

Alright then. thank you doru for clearing things up! helped a lot!!

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aldrinlsc says

if the artist/author let’s you use his stuff in a commercial project to be sold here then you are ok. your main problem will be if at some point that person will see your item and will report a copyright infringement to envato. If that happens your item will be removed and/or your account will be banned so make sure you have some proof that you have the permission to use a certain third party resource in your product. Better if you show that proof to the reviewer in the “message to reviewer” box on the upload page.

So if that’s the case even if i include their artwork to the main download of the template is fine? what about the proof? do i have to request a license to the artist even though they already gave me a permission?

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aldrinlsc says

Using artworks/image in templates still confuses me, how should it be exactly used? should it be only in “preview” and not included in the main download? what if the artist gave you permission to use his artworks for your theme?

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aldrinlsc says

The photos are creepy. Sorry but this won’t make it, even for html category. Typography and white space needs improvement.

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