So if I bought an item from the CSS category on CodeCanyon such as a mega menu, I can use this item as part of an item I could sell on CodeCanyon, as long as I have an extended license and that my product was of something greater than just a mega menu, for example a CRM system.
False, you can only do this with the written permission of the original files author, some may wish to go for a % share system rather than an extended sale, this is totally up to the original author.
Submit DMCA, Envato will take this seriously at that point.
You know, I thought I had, but looking at my Envato support folder, I haven’t! Ugh, sorry
Just incase it helps, ticket ID: BVT-530-60717
Bump! Since we cannot reply to ratings, I’d rather not get these emails, but no matter what I have this setting as in my author dashboard settings, I still get these emails Anyone else?
Coffeecream saidNope, no way to find that out.
can someone tell us – is there any way to find out the purchase code in Ticksy? There are more an more situations when people ask for support and we see they use the same theme more than one time. We want to check do they have as much license as they use theme.
If there is no such feature it is a big flaw.Thanks.
Just ask for their multiple codes and then validate them all manually through revaxarts dashboard plus plugin for chrome
NINJA EDIT: See here: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/licensing-on-tf-items/129532?page=1
okay okay – this is what i call an ANSWER now we come closer to what i asked for :)) so you mean wordpress itself is making invalid code?
Definitely in some cases In other cases it might be output from a plugin beyond the theme authors control, and definitely sometimes it’s just a badly made theme OR could just be a bug the author is working on
tommusrhodus saidHere is a youtube video and there is 100% valid HTML code… no problem… I only talk about the site itself – not the iframe… http://www.coltpartner.de/content/inhalte/kanzlei_im_bild/steuernews_tv/2014/fr%C3%BChjahr_2014/index.html
redworx saidSo you’ve never once added a youtube or vimeo iframe to a site then?
I am a professional webdesigner and we in our company do only 100% W3C valid websites….
Indeed, but you said “Themes” the above is HTML so you have full control over the output. WordPress oEmbed is less forgiving and adds a few none valid markers to the element.
EDIT: Note that your page above has 4 warnings