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damian2001 says

Is the license tied to a domain?

For example if I decide to use a theme on a different domain from the one I purchased it for is that OK? – and not use it on the original of course.

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sevenspark Moderator says

As long as you’re only using the theme on a single domain at any given time, you should be fine. A license isn’t tied to a particular domain, it just has a single instance restriction :)

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damian2001 says

Great – Thanks for that….

Without completing a purchase it is difficult to find out if they even ask for a domain.

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