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seal says

I’m looking for developers with some experience in Confluence (or just developers that are familiar with the platform) to produce Confluence themes. Please contact me if you are interested. The possibilities are really unlimited:-)

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seal says

Do you have any experience in WP? Any portfolio?

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seal says

Really, really nice, great feature!

I think however the detailed view should be reserved for the authors alone, while users see it as it was before

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seal says

Your question was about percentage: “What is the fair way to split the profit”

If the designer makes also the html there is no way in hell to agree on 40:60. Indeed the developer do some upgrades, but they can also involve design work. Moreover for support the designer also participates (for questions regarding styling, css etc.). And last but not least – if an html template is already accepted it’s almost 100% confirmation that the WP will be accepted as well. And this is crucial for this marketplace



If the designer creates also the frontend coding (html/css) then the split should be 50:50 If it’s just the psd – it’s open for debate

@Seal:

The question is not the percentage, but the question is should they split the profit for all sales, considering the fact that the coder guy will be working on the theme even after 1 year (providing the support and updating the them), while the designer’s work will be over after a couple of weeks.

Enabled Sorry for that.

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seal says

Get a new account, that you both share. That is the best way

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seal says

If the designer creates also the frontend coding (html/css) then the split should be 50:50

If it’s just the psd – it’s open for debate

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seal says

Yesterday a user approached me with support question. It turned out he has obtained illegally the WP theme he asked about. I send him later a notice to remove the theme. Since I don’t expect him to do that I also contacted his hosting company with a DMCA notice.

Now my question is how to proceed if the hosting company doesn’t reply or doesn’t take any actions. It is a possible scenario since they are based in Poland

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seal says


You can use stockphotos (that you have purchased) for your demo. The package for download though should include only images you have license/rights to resell/redistribute
So the actual files for download can not include any images I purchesed at some stock? For example I can just leave some gray squares in the place the pictures were in the demo, right?

nope, unless you purchased an extended license giving you the permission to do so. Personally I use picture that I took myself for upload. In any case the clients will change all of them with their own so…

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seal says

You can use stockphotos (that you have purchased) for your demo. The package for download though should include only images you have license/rights to resell/redistribute

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seal says

Sorry for the double posting but I found one more potential problem:

This is a reply I got from one of the hostings:

-replied to-

> 2012/30/11 > xxxxxxxx@gmail.com wrote > My name is . A downloadable file that your company hosts is infringing on at least one copyright owned by me.

etc.

As you can see after “my name is” there is a blank space and I have it filled in the settings section of the app. Could it be a problem, not sending the info from this field?

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