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PaulLeonard says

Hi

This is a general question really, I have a lot of themes which I have purchased and I am quite a newbie to all this. Is it ethical to show screenshots of themes to my potential customers as long as I credit the author i.e designed by…..

I haven’t come across a forums that has asked this question yet but it would be great if someone can point me in the right direction.

I have heard that people have discussed about slightly altering the theme and pass it off as there own but I don’t want to do that!!

I’m happy to give credit where it’s due (ex-uni student)

Thanks

Paul

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KingDog Envato team says

That’s fine Paul :)

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