Licensing Policy

Except licenses included by third-party libraries, by using our products, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions in this license policy.

Proclaimation

WP Clevel will not be responsible for any outcome that may occur during the course of usage of our products. We reserve the rights to change prices and revise the terms of our licenses as we see fit.

In no event shall us (WP Clevel) be liable for any damages (including, without limitation, damages for loss of data or profit, or due to business interruption) arising out of the use or inability to use our products and services, even if we has been notified orally or in writing of the possibility of such damage. Because some jurisdictions do not allow limitations on implied warranties, or limitations of liability for consequential or incidental damages, these limitations may not apply to you.

Rights and prohibitions

You have royalty-free rights to use our products as whole entities for your free works1, paid works2 and commercial works3.

You do not have the rights to directly modify, resell, lease, license, sub-license or offer premium products on our store to any third party.

For any asset or source code in our premium products, you must not include these resources separately as attachments in your works. This will be considered as a redistribution of our premium resources which is forbidden by us.

There're also specific rights and prohibitions for each license included in our products:

Violating this policy

Without notification, any user who violates this policy will be banned permanently from using all of our premium products.

Changes to this policy

WP Clevel may revise this policy at any time without notice. By using our products, you agree to be bound by the current version.


1. Free works are the works which you make for free.

2. Paid works are the works which you make for specific clients and get paid after you get it done. These works cannot be resold, such as freelance works.

3. Commercial works are the works which you make for profit or mass consumption, such as a premium WordPress theme.

4. Staging sites are the websites that reside in live servers where content and applications are not publicly accessible for end users.

5. Production sites are the websites that reside in live servers where content and applications are publicly accessible for end users.

6. Local sites are the websites that reside in local servers where content and applications are not publicly accessible for end users.


Last updated on October 3, 2021

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