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Free content management system Joomla, is distributed under the GNU/GPL license, which means that all the free or premium templates and extensions for CMS data, may only be distributed under this license. You can verify this by looking at the source code of any template or extension, where at the beginning of each file will be shown - GNU / GPL License.
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You agree that Joomla.bid is not responsible for any content you accessed or downloaded from provided hyperlinks.
Once an order is confirmed, order details and download links are available with one year of free updates for each download.
Our 100% satisfaction guarantee. If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, simply contact us within 30 days.
You also can enjoy the right of withdrawal within 30 days. Joomla.bid offers refunds after the purchase all membership fees are refundable.
No refund will be accepted for any issue caused by a 3rd party extension.
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You should carefully read the following terms and conditions. Your purchase of membership, use of materials or services implies that you have read and accepted these conditions.
These Rules are created for the purpose of finding and ordering communication on this website. The rules are binding on all those present at the site.
Joomla.bid | Webmasters Community, membership in which is carried out through the purchase of a membership subscription to the site. All club members receive access to the resource, depending on the terms and limits (points) purchased a subscription. Please note that this resource does not sell the submitted materials, all materials are provided free of charge, and each participant gets exactly club membership (access). Each participant may contribute to the community by participating in joint purchases and the provision of their materials for publication on the site.
All materials (products) presented on the site is licensed under the GPL. In accordance with the GPL license, this resource has the full right to distribute (including commercially) copies of these materials to members of the Joomla.bid community.
Registration is an integral part of the presence and use of the materials on the website. The registration automatically means Your consent with these Rules. If You do not agree with these Rules, please write to Admin to deactivate Your account and leave this site immediately.
User access to downloads of materials is carried out by means of membership, where username and password are for personal use only. All materials (files) downloaded from the site, intended for personal use only. Do not distribute content from our website to other resources on the Internet.
If the site administration finds that the member of the club distributes, or reported your username and password spend parties, that existing account will be blocked immediately. The lock-in this case applies to the IP address, credit card number and email address of the user.
The owners and creators of this resource does not bear absolutely no responsibility for the use of materials, information, and content links available on this website. As well as responsible for the quality and composition of, the consequences that directly or indirectly led to the use of the information or links contained on this site.
The rules are made by the administration and are fundamental for the resolution of any conflicts arising from the use of the site.
The site administration has the right to change the policy of prices club rates and terms of access to existing subscriptions without the consent of subscribers.
The administration reserves the right to edit and remove comments if these messages do not meet the basic requirements and the scope of this site.
The administration reserves the right to block on the website the person violating the Order and Rules.
In addition, the administration reserves the right to change these terms without any prior notice to the users of the resource. All changes will take effect from the date of publication.
What is the license of GNU/GPL?
The GNU General Public License (GNU GPL or GPL) is a widely used free software license, which guarantees end users (individuals, organizations, companies) the freedoms to run, study, share (copy), and modify the software. Software that allows these rights is called free software and, if the software is copylefted, requires those rights to be retained. The GPL demands both. The license was originally written by Richard Stallman of the Free Software Foundation (FSF) for the GNU Project.
In other words, the GPL grants the recipients of a computer program the rights of the Free Software Definition and uses copyleft to ensure the freedoms are preserved whenever the work is distributed, even when the work is changed or added to. The GPL is a copyleft license, which means that derived works can only be distributed under the same license terms. This is in distinction to permissive free software licenses, of which the BSD licenses and the MIT License are the standard examples. GPL was the first copyleft license for general use.
Prominent free software programs licensed under the GPL include the Linux kernel and the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC). Some other free software programs (MySQL is a prominent example) are dual-licensed under multiple licenses, often with one of the licenses being the GPL.
Historically, the GPL license family has been one of the most popular software licenses in the FOSS domain. David A. Wheeler argues that the copyleft provided by the GPL was crucial to the success of Linux-based systems, giving the programmers who contributed to the kernel the assurance that their work would benefit the whole world and remain free, rather than being exploited by software companies that would not have to give anything back to the community.
On 29 June 2007, the third version of the license (GNU GPLv3) was released to address some perceived problems with the second version (GNU GPLv2) that were discovered during its long-time usage. To keep the license up-to-date, the GPL license includes an optional "any later version" clause, allowing users to choose between the original terms or the terms in new versions as updated by the FSF. Developers can omit it when licensing their software; for instance, the Linux kernel is licensed under GPLv2 without the "any later version" clause.
Freedom and liabilities
The GPL gives recipients computer programs the following rights and "freedom":
- freedom to run the program for any purpose;
- freedom to study how the program works, and modify it (a prerequisite for this is access to the source code);
- copies freedom spread both the source and executable code;
- the freedom to improve the program, and release improvements to the public access (a prerequisite for this is access to the source code).
In general, the distributor of the program obtained under the GPL, any program based on such, is obliged to allow the recipient the opportunity to obtain the corresponding source code.
In simple terms, from a legal point of view, the user has the right to use any of the templates and extensions for Joomla! on any websites without any restrictions, as well as modify them, including PHP / JS scripts and CSS styles, etc.
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