28 January 2022 at 6:23 pm #2913Faye DawayParticipant@faye::
Hi, I am interested in purchasing the tool and wanted to ask a few questions if possible.
I understand from the documentation that I have to personally provide the installation of a child theme.
Do you have any suggestions on a child theme to start with or do you recommend creating a child theme?
I was very interested in the possibility to install the demo content via the plugin, but I read that the version that generates the plugin is the free one.
Do you recommend using the product with the generation of the child theme that my client will install as a theme?
I was worried that the ET team in the past had created problems with using this tool and I am especially surprised and glad that the problems are overcome.
On a related note, I would like confirmation from you on the use of images in page id layouts. From what I understand a simple layout must be provided with CC0 licensed images both in the Demo version that the customer can see and in the purchased version, while for the premium child theme the demo version can be provided with proprietary images, can you confirm this?
The issue did not seem very clear from the support answers.
Thank you for your time to answer my questions.
28 January 2022 at 6:24 pm #2914Jerry SimmonsParticipant@ferventjerry::
There’s a lot to discuss from your questions. Some of it depends on what your intentions are for the exports. It seems like you are wanting to export and sell child themes so I will answer from that perspective.
Child Theme files are not created by Easy Demo Import. My recommendation is for you to learn how to create your own child theme files. Since it is a product you intend to sell, it makes sense that you fully understand how that works.
The free version doesn’t exist any longer. You can export as a theme or plugin from the paid version.
For images, there are no license requirements as far as Easy Demo Import is concerned. There are potential license issues if you are distributing/selling a product containing images that are not CC0 or that you do not have license to distribute. The issue would be with the license holder, not with the plugin. And ET does have requirements for images included in the products sold in their marketplace. To help with this, Easy Demo Import allows you to export placeholder images in place of the actual images used in the demo site.
Hope that helps a little.
28 January 2022 at 6:25 pm #2916Faye DawayParticipant@faye::Hi Jerry,you have been very gracious to take the time and I can tell you that you have answered all my questions perfectly.I want to export premium themes, I want to try, I have a lot of creativity and I would like to try to sell some.I was asking you for advice regarding images precisely because on ET they were not very clear.For example, at first they told me that on the demo site I could use my own images and in export I could deliver a theme with images covered by cc0 license, now it seems that also in the demo there must be images with free license.Thank you again for your patience, very soon I will write to you for the purchase, if you want to give me a promo code I would be grateful, otherwise it’s okay, you are a great team and I know I can count on your experience.Best Regards
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