I saw there’s a WordPress plugin that prevents people from using right click on text or images, called WP Protect. I was wondering if there’s a way to hardcode it into WordPress instead of using a plugin. What I’m worried about is mainly the images. Being able to mark text is perfectly fine with me. […]
I was searching for the easiest/fastest way to get the accurate date range for copyright notices in the footer. The copyright notice shouldn’t only contain the year, but as well take month and day into account and consider the post type. So a custom post type of “Event” could have a different copyright date range […]
I have images on my website which I do not really want stolen, I have a no right click plugin which will help, and I would like to stop people clicking on the image to display it on it’s own in a browser window. I understand that anyone can access the source code and find […]
I’m new to the WP arena and considering doing some plugin development. In releasing a WordPress plugin, how do you keep from the plugins getting distributed to those who haven’t genuinely purchased the plugin? I guess I’m not entirely clear how plugins like Software Licensing for Easy Digital Downloads keep users from copying the plugin […]
What is the common practice in authoring child themes ? I mean, if I make child theme of some free theme should I put myself as author or should I keep the name of the original themes author ? I searched quite a a bit but unfortunately couldn’t find clear answer.
I want know about is, can we edit the source code of themes which can be download in wordpress.org Do we have rights to edit the source code and, add our own copyright to footer?
I’d like to find an optimized, WP_Query-safe method for generating a dynamically-populated copyright statement for the bottom of my themes. That is to say, I’d like to check the date (by year) of my oldest and newest posts and then output something along the lines of [blog name] © [oldest post year]-[newest post year] [primary […]
On a themes site they stipulate, in the terms and conditions, that their themes inherit the GNU general public license from WordPress. I believe that this means that they can be copied and modified. However the themes are being sold. Shouldn’t they be free? Could someone enlighten me.
I want to make a commercial product for resale.. One of the components of the product will be a wordpress theme. The theme will be a heavily reworked variant of a GPL licenses theme. So, I understand that as the theme is GPL, that means it must carry the GPL license, even after it is […]