Posts by digitalmix

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digitalmix
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Would the extended license be suitable for any photodune image used as the background to a corporate e-card that would be sold multiple times to paying clients? The e-cards would be customizable with company logo and message.

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Hi folks! I am selling a few e-Cards templates that can be customized and would like to know if i can buy music on behalf of client when they purchase one of my products. I would be basically offering some links to about 10 audiojungle background tracks which they can choose from. This would work out cheaper for me than purchasing extended licenses in advance. Is there any way in which i can convey clients details while purchasing with my card? Thanks

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Hi folks. I have seen a script for sale on CC which i would like to develop as an online service for commercial purposes – paying / subscribed clients. The extended license says:

‘Use, by you or one client, in a single end product which end users can be charged for. The total price includes the item price and a buyer fee. ‘

Now if i install this script on my server to use for that single URL which allows clients to use it and download the resultant file, does the extended license cover it? I am somewhat confused by the terms Use by YOU or ONE CLIENT in a single end product..’

I believe it does as it also says ’..which allows the CLIENTS to use it and…....’ That’s plurals CLIENTS. But i just thought i’d run this past you folks in case i am missing something

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Hi folks! I am making a video series for Udemy. Can anyone clarify what license i would need. I would like to brand all my course videos with one title for consistency. But i don’t know if a standard license would cover just the series of say 12 video tutorials or could i use it for every video regardless of number of separate courses i make? Hope question makes sense

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Thanks for your replies guys. So it seems the best way is to create from scratch. I have looked at Thematic, Starkers and Toolboxplus a few others. As a wannabee developer, it seems like i’m at the base of K2. You lot are up there at the top or close by. Okay! I’m off to read the WP codex. See you on the other side. :-)

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Hi there, i am looking to develop wordpress themes after learning html, css and javascript. Now i’m looking to dip into wordpress theme development. I’d appreciate some advice from you experts here: 1) Do the top wp theme authors start from scratch or use GPL frameworks? 2) If not, why not? 3) If they do, what are the best as of july 2012. Thanks in advance

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Wordpress is indeed a CMS . It has its own position on themeforest simply because its so popular. But its not for everyone. I have set up WP sites for clients who complain its too difficult – usually people who rarely go near a pc other than to check emails. I suggest WP to clients who will be making regular blog posts – helps google ranking too. But there are other powerful cms choices out there: Drupal, Joomla, EE, Modx, Silverstripe, Concrete5. And there’s a few hosted cms providers like Cushy CMS . Best way to cause a forum pile up is to slag off WP or Joomla lol! I like Joomla and find it no more difficult to learn. Just started looking at Drupal too. Some very nice features. We’re not living in flatlands. Choose what best fits the job. Good luck

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Thanks guys. No i don’t want to sell back on here. It would be for clients only. I guess by being honest with a client that i’m using a $15 template, i need to add value and some services (cms. graphic design, plugins) to justify charging them $500 plus. Otherwise they could just buy it and pay a guy on Fiverr to set it up all for $20 lol!

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digitalmix
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I believe a regular license is fine as you are not offering the images with downloaded assets. Photodune is cheap and good quality. Envato are happy to see a member using their images. Good luck!

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Hi guys, I just want to know if buying a html template at themeforest allows me to convert it to any cms of my choice – joomla, drupal, wordpress etc, or is this forbidden? While on the topic, i’d also like to know if i can customise it in the process for client needs, rebranding etc with their colours and maybe custom header etc. PS i would still offer attribution to author in footer.

Thanks in advance.

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