Terms and Conditions

Single User License

Your Locale license allows you as the purchaser a permanent, non­exclusive, worldwide license to make use of the theme. Read this license for details regarding your use of the theme, as well as the FAQs, which also form part of the agreement.

1. You are licensed to use the theme to create one (1) single End Product.
For example: Your purchase from WP-­Locale.com allows you to sell the end product as part of an end product for a customer for a single installation.

Your license allows you to

2. Create a single End Product for personal/professional use, or for use by a single third party, which may then be transferred to your client for any fee. This license is then transferred to your client.

3. You may modify or alter the product, combine it with other works and make derivative works from it. However, the resulting works remain subject to the terms of this license, no matter the extent of the modifications.
For example: You may modify any Open Source scripts or the CSS, but regardless of these modifications, the theme must maintain its status as Locale.

4. Your license provides access to support from the agents of WP-Locale.com for a period of 24 months after your purchase.

5. Your license provides unlimited updates after your initial purchase.

Things you may not do with the theme

6. You may not modify scripts that are exclusive to Locale or sourced by the authors of Locale, for which Open Source or Creative Commons licenses do not apply. These are identified in the source text of the theme. This license applies only to aspects of the theme that are not identified in such a manner.

7. You may not distribute or use scripts that are licensed to the authors of Locale or which were specifically written for use solely within the theme.

8. You may not allow the end user of the theme to extract it and use it separately from the End Product.

9. You may not use the theme as a part of a trade or service mark.
For example: Whilst you may modify the theme to suit your or your client’s needs, it has to retain its name and be identified as Locale within the source code.

10. Whether modifying the theme or scripts, these must be done under the auspices of the law, as applicable in whatever country or state the theme is purchased.

11. No false representation, whether employing imagery that is not licensed or copyright by the end user is allowed under any circumstances.

12. The theme may not be used for the dissemination of any material that is deemed illegal or which might bring its authors into disrepute.

13. This license can be terminated if you breach it. If that happens, you must stop making copies of or distributing the End Product until you remove the Item from it.

The authors of Locale retain ownership of the theme but grant you the license on these terms.

Developer License

The Extended License grants you as the purchaser, an ongoing, non-exclusive, worldwide license to make use of the theme. Read the rest of this license for the details that apply to your use of the theme, as well as the FAQs, which form part of agreement.

1. You are licensed to use the theme to create multiple End Products.
For example: Your purchase from WP­-Locale.com allows you to sell the theme as part of an End Product for customers as single installation.

Your license allows you to

2. Create a multiple End Products for clients, which may then be transferred to your clients for any fee. Please note that your purchase of a Developer License requires you to provide support for your clients. The agents of WP-Locale.com cannot be held responsible for providing support to third parties.

Things you may do with the theme

4. You may use the product as a completed website for third parties, and make any number of copies of the single End Product.

5. You may modify or alter the theme, combine it with other works and make derivative works from it. However, the resulting works remain subject to the terms of this license, no matter the extent of the modifications.
For example: You may modify any Open Source scripts or the CSS, but regardless of these modifications, the theme must maintain its status as Locale.

Things you may not do with the theme

6. You may not re-distribute the theme as stock with source files. You may not do this with the theme either on its own or bundled with other items, even if you modify the Item. You may not re-distribute or make available the Item as-is or with superficial modifications.

7. Although you may modify the theme and therefore delete components before creating your single end product, you may not extract and use a single component of the theme on a stand-alone basis.

8. You may not sell the product, other than as a part of your services to a third party.

9. You must not permit an end user of the end product to extract the Item and use it separately from the end product.

10. No false representation, whether employing imagery that is not licensed or copyright by the end user is allowed under any circumstances.

11. The theme may not be used for the dissemination of any material that is deemed illegal or which might bring its authors into disrepute.

12. This license can be terminated if you breach it. If that happens, you must stop making copies of or distributing the end product until you remove the item from it.

The authors of Locale retain ownership of the theme but grant you the license on these terms.

Changelog

Version 1.2.2
- fix for issues with WordPress 4.6+
- compatible for PHP 5x - 7
- bug fixes
- shortcode streamlining
- new design for shortcode interface
URLs and embed codes in one field
- reorganised options panel
- background color for main header
- left and right sidebars for every page and post
- new embed option for custom headers
- Locale Google API Key plugin developed