Slider Revolution magento extension FAQ

Envato license. Which one is best for you?

Did you know that when you purchase an item from envato marketplace like Codecanyon, you’re actually purchasing a envato license to use that item? Codecanyon items can be sold under regular or extended license.

Regular License

Regular License allows use of the item in one single end product which end users are not charged to access or use. You can do this directly or, if you’re a freelancer, you can create the end product for one client to distribute free to its end users. You can charge your client to produce the single end product. Distribution of source files is not permitted.

Extended License

Extended License allows use of the item in one single end product, which you or one client may sell to end users (charge end users to access or use the end product). Distribution of source files is not permitted.

Using codecanyon item in your template sold on Themeforest

You can use NWDthemes plugins in your ThemeForest item if you purchase one extended license for that purpose.
1 Extended License = 1 ThemeForest item you upload.

If I purchase an extended license, do I get a multi-use, multi-domain, multi-client or developer license?

No. The extended license is still limited to a single end product, but you can re-sell that product.

Links

Regular license – http://codecanyon.net/licenses/terms/regular
Extended license – http://codecanyon.net/licenses/terms/extended
License FAQ – http://codecanyon.net/licenses/faq

2 thoughts on “Envato license. Which one is best for you?

    • Hi
      No, you don’t have to pay for each slider you are going to create with this module. You can create any number of sliders and embed them into your website with the regular license.
      And you can create any number of sliders and include them with this module into the product you are going to sale with the extended license.
      You will need multiple licenses only in case you are going to add this module into several different websites with the separate backends. Then you will need the license for each of them. If you have the multistore Magento installation – it will be enough one license for all your stores with the single backend.
      Regards, Eugene.

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