When you purchase Hongo or any WordPress theme through the ThemeForest marketplace, you have two licensing options; The Regular License, and the Extended License. The regular license will suffice for 99% of users. The purchasing process, invoicing and licensing is facilitated by Envato.
Below, we have covered complete license requirements as a quick reference, as well as a section on how to transfer a License.
To learn more about what each License is for we strongly recommend reading ThemeForest’s official licensing terms.
Things You Can Do With Hongo
Things You Can’t Do
FAQ Related To Hongo
If I need to use Hongo on a second site, do I need a second license?
Yes. Single purchase of Hongo permits you to use the theme on one processed site. If you wish to use it on a second site, you have to purchase a second license.
Can I use Hongo on a test site, then move it to a live site when finished?
Definitely, you can. You can keep the theme on a test site to create it and then transfer it to the live site once you’re finished.
Can I keep a test site and a live site with one Regular License purchase?
According to the licensing rules set by Envato, this is not acceptable. If it is available in two places at the same time permanently, you must require two licenses.
Do I need a new license for every new landing page I create within my site?
As long as it’s all on the same domain, for one end product, a single license is fine.
If I purchase an Extended License, can I use it for multiple clients or projects?
No. The Extended License is still restricted to a single end product. For more information, please read the Extended License terms.
If I delete a website, can I reuse the license on a new one?
Yes, you can. It is used on one active Hongo website that you are operating within the terms of the license.
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