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amiRo11 says

Hello, i have a question. Is it allowed to buy a product from envato (themeforest, graphicriver…) with an regular licence and sell it only for one client? You maybe change the name or color specifications but the theme is the same and you will only sell it to your client. Is it allowed or is it not?

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wiseguys says

Yes, you can buy templates on behalf of your clients (one template per client for regular licenses)

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wiseguys says

sorry, I mean one PURCHASE per client for regular license, one template per client can sound confusing :)

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amiRo11 says

ok so it means i can purchase a theme then sell it to a client yes? should i change that or can i change only this things that the client want, e.g. logo or color specifications?

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uziiuzair says

I believe with a regular license, if you want to sell it to another client, you can. but if you are changing the colors and text and all. I believe you should keep the credit for the original developer in the footer.

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amiRo11 says

ok i dont know what is right? is it allowed to sell the template without any changes to a client or much changes e.g. logo texts and so on… should i credit the developer of the design in the footer then? i dont know, who know it?

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amiRo11 says

push itr

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amiRo11 says

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kops says

I don’t think any authors have a problem with the author credit being removed from the footer – of course you’re going to have to change the text and the colours otherwise it will just look like the demo theme.

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amiRo11 says

so the fact is i can buy an template? then i can change it by a few things that my client would wish. then i can sell the template to my client? is it the regular licence? right?

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