Terms & Conditions
These are the Accessible SeaBeast WordPress Theme Terms and Conditions for use, and they’re pretty easy, not much on you, but really I insist on these few items:
- Keep the two links on the footer. One points to this site, the other to my site. It’s a good deal for you, right? Over 200 hours worth of work on my end for the price of two links.
- While I’m at it, I going to also request you keep the link to WordPress. Without them you might be blogless right now. Fair is fair.
- Try to maintain your blog’s quality. Keep it valid for one thing. It’s not that hard to do, check right after making updates. And since my name is going to be on your footer, I’d really like you to show your visitors quality. I have made many, many provisions to help you maintain your blog without having to delve into and (oops) make invalid the theme’s critical files. Follow the instructions and you’ll be good. I also offer a lot of support on this site for the very basic markup you will need for your posts.
- Please consider me for your next design project or blog theme job. It’s how I make a living. Projects such as this provide exposure, which is nice, but it’s money that pays the bills. Of course, if your heart is in it, you make always make a donation or a contribution.
- Do not re-distribute this theme without my written permission. And if you do get permission, make sure there is a well-placed and visible link back here for support reasons.
- Do not remove features such as the on-demand “Jump Links” that enhance the accessibility and usability of the theme. That’s not in your best interest or that of your visitors so I’ll say it here and now: Removing these features is illogical and senseless.
- By using this theme you will bear all responsibility and assume any and all risks. I will not be made liable or held responsible for any damages, direct or consequential, related to the use of the accessible SeaBeast theme for WordPress. Please be sure to read all Theme Disclaimers.
That’s it. Enjoy the SeaBeast theme.