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daext says

Hello, i’m wondering if it’s possible to use a WordPress GPL Licensed options framework like these:

http://leemason.github.io/NHP-Theme-Options-Framework/ or https://github.com/LiftUX/UpThemes-Framework/ or http://wordpress.org/plugins/option-tree/ )

in a Commercial WordPress theme for Themeforest.

If not, which WordPress options framework are you using? Thanks.

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Webbu says

You can use NHP and Option Tree in your theme. But don’t know UpThemes.

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daext says

Thank you, are the default WordPress style + the default WordPress tabs a good option for a premium theme here?

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SimpleRain says

NHP has merged with ReduxFramework (http://reduxframework.comhttp://wordpress.org/plugins/redux-framework/) and we fully support you using our panel in your theme. A tag stating you’ve done so would be most appreciated. ;)

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