Without ads redirecting to other themes and names of the themes (“Theme options” instead of “BlueBox Theme Options”). So do you buyers prefer unbranded theme options panel more than branded ?
There are some buyers that sell the themes to others and don’t want them to know its a template so they get mad and ask to remove all the branding, credits and etc .. but the buyers that buy for themselves i don’t think it matters to them.
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- Sold between 5 000 and 10 000 dollars
- Has been a member for 3-4 years
- Repeatedly Helped protect Envato Marketplaces against copyright violations
- Contributed a Blog Post
- Bought between 10 and 49 items
- Referred between 1 and 9 users
Unbranded is perfect…
I prefer unbranded since I resell the theme as part of a complete package. Since many websites I do that include a theme require lots of custom work, I just remove the branding from any theme options while I am at it.
Wait, resell themes? Isn’t that a little unethical?
There’s nothing wrong with using a template to build a client’s site, but resell? Please tell me if I’m missing the point here.
Wait, resell themes? Isn’t that a little unethical? There’s nothing wrong with using a template to build a client’s site, but resell? Please tell me if I’m missing the point here.
I guess, ‘resell’ in rarepearldesign’s statement means using a template to build a client’s site. He talked about selling a ‘complete package’.
If he modifies a theme and then resell it in a marketplace, that is illegal…
Honestly, I don’t care as long as the theme can do what I want it to do. I might change the copyright to the content instead of saying “© Your Theme Name” I’d probably change it to “© Ashkir”. But if someone asks where I got the theme I’d be truthful and let them know.
I don’t care about the branding much in the administration panels / theme options. In fact, it kind of helps me find them _.