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First of all, I would like to say that, yes, I have read the license terms. I am still unsure which license to get for my project (if a regular license is enough). The item I am looking to acquire is an admin. theme.

What I want to do is have a control panel on my main website where people pay me to get access to that control panel. They can only access this area on my website and nowhere else. In that area, they can modify their very own membership website. They can change the way it looks, add data, add images and more.

Once again, the template is only found on my own website and not the website of my customers. There’s only 1 point of entry.

Can I get away with a regular license?

Thank you very much! :)

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as long as its only on One domain name a regular licenses works

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