I intent to insert an check options in the theme options panel of keeping the copytights and if people want to remove it they can do so.
Hey Bluz sorry to hijack this thread but i bought your Imagination 10 in 1 template this past Friday and sent you a email with two questions regarding stuff that specifically about the template to which i couldn’t find an answer in documentation. Whats the status on that?
Check your email.
I think you just have to accept the fact that a majority of customers are buying these themes to resell to a client, especially as most of your themes are more of business type themes. They don’t want your copyright info to be encrypted at the bottom. It’s going to be a pain for a lot of customers. I think it’s going to hurt you and your sales in the long run. I know you’re just asking about software to use, but I just wanted to throw that out there. Good luckI’m not so sure you are right, I know of some really top selling authors here that encrypt their theme’s footers.
Encypted footers will damage you.. this is from a consumer point of view.
Although I know a very simple way of undoing “encyption”.. it won’t make a difference.
People always check the style.css in the page source to see how the theme is structured etc.. you author info will be there… I think that’s enough.
There’s a tool in wordress forums to undo encryption anyways, so no point putting so much effort into encrypting