yes, i would include the original license in the folder, and also put a copyright note to the original author in the php and js files’ headers (there are 2 files involved) thank you for the answer mate
Last month i have bought a wordpress theme (not from themeforest). I have bought a lot of them (and downloaded free ones) to mess around and learn the wordpress coding (former joomla coder here). Now i am making my first theme for wordpress, and i have this theme that i would like to use the part that handles the shortcodes. The template is premium, but the php+javasciprt is licensed as GPL .
Quote from the license inside the theme folder: “All PHP and JS files are released under the GPL 3 .0 unless specified otherwised within the file itself.”
So my question is: can i use the code inside my template? I know i should ask a lawyer and the owner, but first i would like to hear your oppinions on this. All the original shortcodes would be deleted, and make new ones, i would only use the part that puts the buttons in the editor, and then renders the shortcodes as html.
Thank you for any feedback!
same here mate if you have good coding abilities you can code on a netbook too and still produce quality work.
i would stay away from hp though, everytime i had hp, it was a nightmare to find drivers, and then install them. hp just makes it too complicated. the best experience i had was with asus, acer, sony and dell. also IMO asking for a “best laptop to do webdesign” is like asking for the best car to go shopping to the nearest mall.
just look for quality and you will be fine. also you should look for a good battery lifetime, if you plan to work while traveling. if it is too big, it defeats the purpose of being portable enough, so if you want to work on it at home, consider a desktop machine.
that is my 2 cents, hope you will find it useful. also more info as to why you want a notebook, and what are your working conditions would help.
hi! if still needed, here is a post related to that, hope it helps: http://www.catswhocode.com/blog/how-to-make-a-translatable-wordpress-theme