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horizontall says

Hi’ I have a question regarding extended license. I understand the use of this license in images, plugins, etc. But I can’t figure out how can it be used for a WordPress Theme (with a normal theme, not an admin theme). Could someone give me an example, please?

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OriginalEXE says

If, for example, you are running service like WordPress.com, you can offer template that you purchase extended licence for to your users.

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UBLThemes says

If, for example, you are running service like WordPress.com, you can offer template that you purchase extended licence for to your users.

I don’t think that is 100% correct as the extended license states to use on envato marketplace. It does and does not state you can use the extended license on any other site

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OriginalEXE says


If, for example, you are running service like WordPress.com, you can offer template that you purchase extended licence for to your users.
I don’t think that is 100% correct as the extended license states to use on envato marketplace. It does and does not state you can use the extended license on any other site
http://i.imgur.com/kZs1z.jpg
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UBLThemes says



If, for example, you are running service like WordPress.com, you can offer template that you purchase extended licence for to your users.
I don’t think that is 100% correct as the extended license states to use on envato marketplace. It does and does not state you can use the extended license on any other site
http://i.imgur.com/kZs1z.jpg

I apologies :)

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OriginalEXE says

No worries :)

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horizontall says

Thanks. I see..but that is not really a common case, isn’t it? Do know of any real example to see it in practice? Other doubt I have is if this licence permits to take part of the code (let’s say a fantastic javascript script created for the theme) and include it in other theme?

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