GPL or General Public License, sometimes also called GNU GPL, is the most commonly used free software license. It was written by Richard Stallman of Free Software Foundation for GNU Project. This license allows software to be freely used, modified, and redistributed by anyone. WordPress is also released under the GPL license, which means that WordPress is an open source software that can be used, modified, and extended by anyone.

All themes and plugins are released under the GPL (General Public License).

You are free to use them as often as you like and on as many sites as you want.

Yes, all themes and plugins that are distributed by our repository are 100% open-source with the GNU GPL.

We don't provide or resell license keys. All the products offered on our website are licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
License keys are only required if you want to receive automatic updates and support from the author of a plugin or theme.

Yes, all of the products are 100% authentic. We don´t make any changes to the product, we download and re-upload it for you.

Yes. When the author makes a new update, we download and update it on our site.

Yes, downloads are limited to a maximum of 20 times per day. This is a rule so that our website is not saturated.

No, you cannot share or resell. If someone denounces you through our means or if we discover that you downloaded many files, this violates our policy. And if we have evidence to prove this, we will have to cancel your subscription without refund of payment.

Telling you to only download the products you need right now for your WordPress, as we are continually updating the products, making unused downloads obsolete.

First, you need to install the following plugin (Update Theme and Plugins from Zip File) and activate it to perform the backup. Second, download the latest version of the product from our website. Third, you can now upload the theme or plugin to your WordPress to update it.