Frequently Asked Questions
GPL is the abbreviated version of “General Public License.” WordPress is open-source software released under the GNU General Public License (GPL). It was created by forking another GPL-licensed project; almost all the top plugin, theme, add-on, and extension developers follow GPL. At GPLWordPress.net, we provide files that are fully licensed under the GNU GPL, just like WordPress.
We do not provide, lease, release, or resell license keys. All the products offered on this website are licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). You do not need license keys to use your projects, regardless of how many products need.
License keys are only required if you want to receive automatic updates and support from the author of a plugin or theme.
Yes, all themes, plugins, add-ons, and WooCommerce extensions that are distributed by our repository are 100% open-source with the GNU GPL.
Yes, all of our products are 100%authentic. If we feature a product on our website, then we have an active subscription to that product’s author(s). We download from the product from them and redistribute to you. These downloads are not altered in any way.
As many as you like. Seriously, there are no catches. The plugins and themes are GPL-licensed, and you can use them as often as you need to, on however many sites you choose. Have a friend who’s building a website? Share our plugins and themes with them, too.
Yes. As soon as we are notified about an update, we download it from the author and update it on our site.
All WordPress items, such as plugins and themes, are licensed under a General Public License (GPL). This means that once we have purchased an item, we are free to redistribute it if we choose to do so. Your membership to our website goes towardbuying new and maintain current subscriptions to third-party author’s themes and plugins. This form of crowdfunding helps keep our prices low, and we share this benefit with you.
Due to the nature of our repository, we do not offer any type of support for themes, plugins, or WooCommerce extensions. If you require technical assistance for these tools, then we suggest that you purchase a license from the original developer or vendor.
You can ignore these requests. Developers include these keysto be able to automatically update their plugin or theme and allow you to register for support. The item itself will work perfectly fine without entering a license key. We recommend updating your themes and plugins manually as updates become available on our website.