How to 100% white label - Put Your Name as the Web Designer?
Posted 28 January 2010 - 03:51 PM
I love that ithemes offer such powerful themes to be used as a framework to develop upon further for the designers client sites and thus saving a lot of time.
You also advise that removal of the footer credits are allowed - but what about all other credits to ithemes that are noted within the code - more notably the css file?
Can these credits be removed and replaced with the web designer after the theme has been totally customized to the clients requirements?
Can the web designer rename the website (theme) to the clients business name i.e rename 'Builder' to say "Jenny's Hair Salon Theme" - If so - how can this be done without breaking the theme, some examples would be fantastic?
Posted 29 January 2010 - 06:17 AM
please be patient, someone will address your request. There is no need to double post, most of iThemes are actually a bit tied up in our Bootcamp.
I'm pretty sure that the answer to your questions is "yes". I'm not a fine print or legal stuff guy, so someone will confirm later. These are the GPL conditions under which our themes are released, should that make any sense.
You are free to rename a theme folder as well,
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