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Thread: Hawk question
Nov 4, 2003, 14:31 #1
First of all, I must say WOW! Amazing coding [img]images/smilies/smile.gif[/img]
I read the license agreement but somewhere along the way i got lost [img]images/smilies/xeye.gif[/img], I was wondering:
1) Could the template be used on a commercial site?
2) What exactly are the terms? A link back, copyright in comments, etc?
3) Would I be free to alter it as much as needed to suit the site?
edit: oops, just to be clear which I mean, this one
Nov 4, 2003, 17:58 #2
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Thanks. I'm glad you like my work.
You might also want to look at xMenu4.
Here's a little FAQ I have about the license:
LGPL License FAQ
Are X and CBE free?
Yes, you may download the libraries for free.
Is there free technical support?
Yes, technical support at the forums is free - but technical support by eMail is not free.
May I use CBE at work, or in a commercial project?
Yes, you may use the libraries in your business projects, even if that project includes proprietary code, but the X and/or CBE library must retain its LGPL and free status. See the license for details.
May I modify the library?
Yes, you may modify and/or extend the libraries, but the resulting library must retain its LGPL and free status. See the license for details.
Do I have to give you credit?
There is a copyright and license statement at the top of each source-code file. Please leave that intact. A link back to cross-browser.com would be very nice but is not required.