Elegant Themes Developer's License

Elegant Themes is one of the best places to find excellent quality premium WordPress themes and good customer support. To avail of their themes, users have to pay an annual membership/subscription fee of $39. Members of the Elegant Themes theme club get access to all the premium WordPress themes released for one whole year and access to a support forum where they can submit questions and get help with theme installation, troubleshooting, etc.

The previous license option was ideal for regular users or bloggers who own several blogs but not for developers. The old setup meant that developers had to register new accounts every time they wanted to use a theme for a different client/web project. Two days ago, Nick Roach announced via the Elegant Themes blog that they will now be offering Developer’s Licenses.

Until now we have not had a licensing option available for developers. This has meant that web designers who wanted to use our themes for their clients had to go through the trouble of registering new accounts. To rid this hassle, and to make things more affordable for developers, I have added a Developer’s License for purchase from within the member’s area. The price is a one-time fee of $89 and gives you permission to use the themes for all of your client web design projects.

I’m sure this is good news for all developers and web designers who use WordPress for their web design projects. To make it clear, the $89 that you pay for the Developer’s License is a one time fee that allows you to use for all web design projects. However, you are still required to pay the annual theme club membership/subscription fee of $20 for existing users and $39 for new members.

Here’s preview of Elegant Themes’ upcoming theme, a real estate WordPress theme called ElegantEstate
ElegantEstate WordPress Theme

Visit Elegant Themes today and grab a Developer’s License!

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