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partnuz says

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 ?

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r0nka says

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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ThemesFever says
r0nka said
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.

+1

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MelforDMThemes says
organix said
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 ?

I think this is self explanatory.

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agusmu says

Unbranded is perfect… ;-)

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rarepearldesign says

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.

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SyamilMJ says

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.

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duotive says
sy4mil said
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.

That is illegal.

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agusmu says
sy4mil said
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…

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ashkir says

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 _.

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