I have a simple question: If I have two customers who wnat to have a webpage made by me and I buy a design with the extended license: Do I have to purchase it two (!) times? Or can I buy it once (extended license) and just modify it for the one customer, then modify it again to look a bit different and sell it to the second customer? (Of course if the customers are okay with that ).
So: Purchase one time? Or purchase for each customer?
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A single license is for single use so that means you supposed to purchase either an extended license or purchase the theme as many times as you gonna use it.
I could be wrong but i think there is a page about extended licenses or single licenses.
actually here is the page: http://themeforest.net/licenses
thanks for the reply and the page. But I still did not get the point. I am confused about the licenses and how to use them.
or purchase the theme as many times as you gonna use it.So: If I use ONE design and I am going to sell it to two customers once: Can I just buy the regular license two times? But why does the Reg. Lic. from the page say: “the Regular License allows use of the item in one single end product which end users are not charged to access or use.” The End Users: The users who are going to use the Webapplication, are not going to pay for it. But the customer will play one time for me (because I made the WebApp). I will not host the site for them. I just take the design, modify it and sell it to them. They will host it for theirselves and the users, who use the webApp in the end will not pay for it.
2 times Regular license? One time extended license or two times extended license?
regards, and sorry for asking so stupid.
1 regular license allows the use on one domain only.
If you have 2 customers who want the same theme then that would be 2 x use = 2 regular license.
A web app would be something like a pre-hosted solution I pay you monthly for service and pick the theme I want which would not fall under the usage terms of a regular license.
Therefore in your instance with 2 clients who want the same design, 2 different domains, both hosted by the clients servers then 2 regular licenses would be required – hope that helps!
Therefore in your instance with 2 clients who want the same design, 2 different domains, both hosted by the clients servers then 2 regular licenses would be required – hope that helps! Jonathan
This helps, yes. thank you. But just to be sure: The clients have different domains (www.a.com, www.b.com for example) but the hosting is not on the client servers (internally). This would be an external company which provides this service in the internet.
Still two times Regular License?
When I say ‘Clients servers” I’m not meaning they run their own server in an office I mean they are being hosted on a server (wherever) and they are 2 different domains – I think you’re possibly reading too much in to the licenses and getting confused.
2 clients – 2 different domains = 2 regular licenses.
Hope that helps to clarify.
Great, thank you. Yes, this license thing really drives me nuts. But okay: 2 clients, two domains, 2 times regular license.
To be complete: When would I need the extended license?