Am I the only one feeling like it’s New Year’s Eve?
Marketify only sells the regular license anyway and it’s GPL (which means you can do whatever you want with the theme) and Marketica sells both regular&extended license.
An extended license would be used for such a website in the case when you charge users a fee for accessing the website content (when the user can log in to see the available products, for instance, only after he pays a fee)
I will request a staff reply on this post, just in case I’m wrong
You’ll need the regular license.
I’ve had this happen heaps of time too.
Instead of telling them the truth (that they have to buy a license for each website), I helped them and I was polite and I did not tell them anything…. in fact I was happy that they even bought a license, you know….nowadays when so many people use pirated items for everything.
I know it’s not the right way to do it, but in fact, many of them just realized by themselves, afterwards, that they need another license for each website and finally they started to buy another license for each different website.
And with some of them I am still in touch on social networks, email, etc we talk about our families and stuff
It’s the entire stock market that’s going down. Look at other stock sites and you’ll see similar patterns.
Yes, because the w*z websites are currently in an exponential growth. My analytics show that at least 50%-60% of my visitors are coming from this type of website.
Lately, on a freelancing website, I’ve seen an incredible (growing) number of clients posting projects for improving their WordPress websites Google PageSpeed score….
Unfortunately, they pay somebody to improve this score, but after the theme update they have the same issue….
So: just curious: do you check the Google PageSpeed score when you release a new theme? Is this an important criteria for theme authors?https://developers.google.com/speed/docs/insights/rules
You can fix this from MySQL, in the database.
Either go to your database manually and open the table wp_options and change manually the rows that have in the column option_name the values ‘home’ and ‘siteurl’
Either run this SQL query:
UPDATE wp_options SET option_value = replace(option_value, ‘http://www.oldwebsiteurl.com', ‘http://www.newwebsiteurl.com') WHERE option_name = ‘home’ OR option_name = ‘siteurl’;
where you’ll have to replace oldwebsiteurl and newwebsiteurl with your own values.