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rich15243 says

I’m starting a small Website service (for example a Web host) and would like to use a “Admin Skin” for the customer portal. Only one instance of the “Admin Skin” will be installed, customers are not purchasing the template, it’s only the theme of their customer portal to manage billing, etc. All under same URL something like domain.com/account/*

Does this mean I need a Web service license?

My thoughts on it now is I don’t (because it’s only more people viewing it – just like any non-admin skin template). But just want to make sure because it’s a small personal project can’t afford a Web service license.

Thanks! Richard

  • EDIT : Oops, think this is in the wrong forum. >_>
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_rohan says
I’m starting a small Website service (for example a Web host) and would like to use a “Admin Skin” for the customer portal. Only one instance of the “Admin Skin” will be installed, customers are not purchasing the template, it’s only the theme of their customer portal to manage billing, etc. All under same URL something like domain.com/account/*

Does this mean I need a Web service license?

My thoughts on it now is I don’t (because it’s only more people viewing it – just like any non-admin skin template). But just want to make sure because it’s a small personal project can’t afford a Web service license.

Thanks! Richard

* EDIT : Oops, think this is in the wrong forum. >_>

I’m pretty sure a single license would be fine. After all, it’s like a blog – many people visit the same blog with the same theme :-)

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JeffreyWay says

If I understood everything correctly, the standard “single usage” license will work just fine. :)

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rich15243 says

Thanks for your help. I thought it would be a single-use license, just wanted to make sure ;).

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