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#1 Larny Mack

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Posted 18 June 2011 - 07:45 PM

I spent quite a bit of time researching your site and contents to determine if this was a suitable package for me to use. It appeared that it was.

So I recently purchased the builder module which comes with the child themes. However I think I now understaad that I can't really build a site for my client using either the builder theme, which you don't recommend modifying or using a child theme, because both require that I transfer the actual builder module which violates the usage rights.

Am I correct in assuming then that merely puchasing the builder module really is only useful for a single site ?

The builder module alone is really NOT suited for creating client templates for use on their site, correct ?

In my pre-purchase research, I found nothing that even eluded to this fact. I did find a forum thread that shed some light that's why I'm asking for clarification.


Edited by Larny Mack, 18 June 2011 - 04:51 PM.

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Posted 19 June 2011 - 04:33 PM


You can build a site on Builder alone, but we advise you to use a child theme to avoid conflicts when upgrading Builder as a parent theme. And you can install Builder (and child theme(s) on as many sites as you want, if you want all the fine print, please send an e-mail to sales@ithemes.com for more info.

hope that helps a bit,

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