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So I’m in the process of releasing my first WordPress theme in which I have provided support for WooCommerce. I just want to know if I can include the dummy-data.xml file in my theme so that users can upload this file separately to import all the dummy data (with products and images) that I have used in my theme.

I just feel like it’s better if the users can first import the dummy data of my entire demo, and as the next step, import the dummy data that comes with WooCommerce. However, I’m not sure if this is the right way to do, as I don’t want to do anything illegal or break any copyright laws.

Please let me know about this. Would really appreciate it.


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