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The technique only works for downloading HTML templates. It is safe to steal a paid theme/template no., at least not for commercial use. Is it possible to track the use of unpaid website templates from websites like Themeforest, Elegant Designs?

Are you sure to copy a free copy of a free of charge page from a site like Themeforest and use it for our own website?

It'?s okay to take a goddamn automobile from a garage and use it to shuttle? It' no. Is it secure to rob a payed topic/template number, at least not for business use? When you have a website made for a business with a payed topic for which you have not payed and they get you, they can suing you for all the profit the business has made thanks to the website.

Topics are inexpensive, often under $80, paid for. Normally these topics are created by folks who have been pouring them for 20+hrs and they update them over the years. This means that they earn less than $4 per lesson from each individual who purchases the subject. Paid for by a good designer to create a customized design with the same or equal value of service as a high value floor design topic is an estimated $100 per 1 hr on avarage, and you could create a design that suits your needs on avarage between 10 and 20 hr, dependent on the scale of your work.

In order for the topic creator to achieve the same revenue, he must at least 15 sales of this topic. Sadly they have to update the topic again and again to keep up with the CMS update, otherwise the topic won't work. In addition, most devs provide assistance for their fee-based topics.

It' almost impossible for you to predict how many times you will need to sell if you take all this into account to get the same amount as a designer of a customized design. Paid for your design so designers like me can have lunch. Web site developing is not inexpensive because it is a high qualified area, an experienced web site builder can make a site quicker and with much higher grade than a beginner and that the gap in qualification and pace is what you get paid for.

You can, but you should review and review the Licensed and Terms & Conditions templates before using the free one. Open topics are not very appealing. Go for a paid topic for a business use. I would say it's secure, but... If it's a premium topic, then someone was spending a lot of effort to create it, hoping to earn some money for the while.

When I saw a thing that I liked and wanted to add, or parts of the layouts, I might be tempted to find it out and put it into my own design. would not want this man's work to be searched as my own by using his own coding, which you won't see anyway.

Be sure to memorize the source that you can see from a web navigator, it is not the source used by the web site to display this page. Crunchy topics really upset me. That' those things someone made to make a living, and someone else took away the code(s) that kept them from stealing and then replaced their own codes.

Probably the cracker isn't the most trusted individual you'll ever have. He' already said that he's doing shameful things by breaking the cipher. It' a quick walk to add problem coding to the topic that can rob users of information, invasion users' privacy, replace broken hyperlinks, kidnap hyperlinks, and possibly cause you embarrassment later.

I wouldn't want to do deals with a firm that has stolen a subject or used a broken subject to create their website. Simply buy the design because it doesn't really matter to you.

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