Time to really start thinking outside the box folks.
I don’t usually have clients pay for the copyright for my designs. But I’m thinking I should. My question is how much do you guys charge clients for copyright to web designs you created for them?
If I want to buy a theme which i will then use to sell digital products on will I need to buy an extended license or the regular?
Can someone fix my spelling mistake in the title…smh
Flat design is far from boring. It’s only boring when it isn’t delivered in the right way. Anyways I’m not feeling iOS 7 Design.
roshaneingram saidDefinitely go for the WordPress customiser, it’s part of the WordPress core, so not only are you saving your theme from using extra resources, you’re also keeping your customers installs safer (provided you sanitize your input/output.)
playnethemes saidwill look into that
Just use the built in WordPress customizer it is easy to work with and doesn’t require a complete custom options panel built from scratch!
Ok so I’ll look up some tutorial on how to properly use that. Thanks