Yes! And it will always be. You will always be able to download it for free from WordPress’ Themes Repository
YES! Our free themes are released under GPL v3 licence. And all the images and code that they contain are under GPL v3 as well.
What does this mean? Basically it means that you can modify them, use them in and with other software, make copies of them, distribute them – all as long as you don’t claim any theme as your own and leave the copyright intact. More on the GPL here.
We strongly recommend that you don’t. It’s the only thing we ask in return for all our hard work over this FREE theme.
We won’t provide any kind of support if you remove it without our approval.
▶ A4. But I really need to remove the link. I’m doing this site for my employer/company/grandmother and I have to. Is there no other way?
By removing the credit link you’re killing the theme. You’re responsible. There’s digital blood all over your hands.
So… want to make it up a bit? Plant a tree. Adopt a stray dog. Or go to our donation page and make a donation.
Additionally, link removal instructions (and a convenient child theme) are provided together with our support service.
The theme will work as designed on all major modern browsers: Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari, Internet Explorer 10+ and Edge.
While the theme will mostly work on older browser versions, some features (like animations, effects and some more advanced functionality) will not be available.
Yes, the theme is fully responsive and it adjusts its appearance and layout based on the screen size of the device it is viewed on.
The theme should work as designed on all WordPress versions since 4.2, but we recommend always updating the latest available WordPress release to keep your site as stable and secure as possible.
C. WordPress Functionality
Theme specific WordPress functionality FAQs are not yet available.
Theme settings (together with the Custom CSS and Custom JS field contents) are kept during updates.
File modifications (changes to style.css, to theme files or newly added files) in the theme folder are lost on update (this is default WordPress behaviour).
Consider using the custom CSS / JS fields or resorting to child themes for your extra customizations.
Important note: Since you can never have enough backups – and just to be on the safe side – use the Export Settings button (in theme settings) to save a complete backup of all theme settings before updating.
Unfortunately, you should have used the “Custom CSS” field, a custom CSS plugin, or a child theme to make your changes. Any changes done directly on the theme files (style.css, js files or php files) are lost after an update. This is default WordPress behaviour and cannot be changed.
Theme settings, including the contents of the “Custom CSS” field, are kept between updates.
The only way to get your customizations back is to grab the files out of a backup. If you do not have a backup, then you’re out of luck. Sorry!
E. Specific Functionality
Theme specific functionality FAQs are not yet available.