Hi, MassivePixelCreation is looking for an additional support team member. With each product it’s getting harder and harder for us to focus on work, support is taking too much time. We are looking for someone how could help us out! Our products are mostly:
- WordPress Themes,
- HTML Templates,
- WordPress Plugins,
- jQuery Plugins.
We are looking for someone who would work on our support for 1-2 hours a day (5 days a week). Some recipe or invoice for the work would be great.
- Good knowledge of WordPress, PHP, HTML ,CSS and jQuery,
- Communicative english,
- Previous experience in similar line up of work would be great.
If you are interested please contact us through our profile, include the following information:
- Brief Introduction
- Previous Experience
- Expected Salary
To sell our work on Envato mps as exclusive authors doesn’t mean we lose copyright on our own code. To sell the same item elsewhere or give it for free would breach the agreement, to license resale/redistribute rights, as in our js/css/gfxs included in a different product, wouldn’t.
I can code a slider and sell it exclusively on Envato as well as making private agreement with whoever i want to include my code in a template sold here or elsewhere.I can even create a template or a wp theme using that slider and give it for free on my own site. None of the above would breach the terms of the exclusive author agreement.
So you are saying that we can make agreements with other authors, and this doesn’t break the exclusivity privileges?
mpc saidYou’ve just reinforced my point
CodingJack saidI dont want to break it and I never did. I am just saying that it is possible to justify banding the rules. I hope that envato will resolve this very quickly.
You can twist it, bend it, and change it any way you want until it satisfies your conscience. But let’s call a spade a spade, you’re still breaking the exclusivity agreement.