- May 22, 2020 at 7:39 am #247535JeroenParticipant
Currently, I use the Clean Journal Pro theme for my website. With several design changes, that’s why my web developer made a child theme.
I’m planning more design changes, based on my current website, and thus inspired by Clean Journal Pro. I also want to focus more on web accessibility, that’s why I’m rebuilding my website with custom code.
This means that the Clean Journal Pro design remains the basis/inspiration for my website, but I won’t be using the theme code anymore. (I still want to mention Clean Journal Pro in the credits-list on my website though.)
I don’t know if or how the theme’s license applies to this situation. That’s why I want to check this from a copyright/license perspective. I would love to here from Catch Themes. 🙂
JeroenMay 23, 2020 at 12:01 am #247618SkandhaKeymaster
@jeroenschalkmedia: Hello Jeroen,
You can customize the theme the way you want on your website.
SkandhaMay 28, 2020 at 11:05 am #248219JeroenParticipant
Thanks for your reply. So, to clarify:
I can use (elements from) the Clean Journal Pro design for my website, without using any of the Clean Journal Pro theme code?
JeroenMay 29, 2020 at 12:25 am #248289
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