TLM (Theme License Manager) – Theme Purchase Code Verification, Redux Extension for WordPress


Documentation | Support

Requirements: WordPress, Redux Framework

Specially made for Themeforest authors

Stay informed who and where use your theme(s). Don’t let people use your theme(s) for free or multiple times. Save hundreds or even thousands of dollars just purchasing TLM extension.

TLM (Theme License Manager) is Redux extension for WordPress theme authors to protect their themes from give away, nulled, non legal usage and distribution in the same time get information who bought and registered theme and where use them.

Top 5 reason why TLM

  1. Protect your themes from null sites
  2. One license per 1 domain, this would force your theme lovers to buy additional licenses
  3. Be informed who and where uses your theme (Envato username, purchase code, domain name, date, admin email address recorded in your database)
  4. Easy to integrate into Redux framework.
  5. Intuitive interface for users

Core Features

  • Code verification thru Envato API
  • Envato username, purchase code, domain name, date, admin email address recorded in your database
  • Deregister option to change license for another domain
  • Manually deregister and register from your own database
  • Set trial period (after expiration, Redux options is hidden until registration)
  • Don’t ask license for localhost or special ip addresses.
  • Part of registration script located on your own web server, no SaaS or 3rd party involvement.
  • Intuitive interface and clear explanation for theme user – how to register, trial period, de-register and other processes.
  • Passcode – developer license, for theme author usage. Don’t require envato purchase code.
  • Well documented and tested

How it works

  1. Connect TLM extension in your Redux framework (read documentation)
  2. Update your existing theme in Themeforest, if it is already published
  3. License tab will appear in your theme options
  4. Users who use your theme, and updated to latest version will get modal window notification asking to enter purchase code with explanation how to obtain it, when they open theme options page each time until registration
  5. Once user registered or de-register license, registration information (purchase code, envato username, domain, admin email, date) is recorded in theme author’s database
  6. If trial period expired and user still hasn’t registered purchase code, all theme options become hidden until registration. No data lose, it is hidden with css
  7. If for some reason registration fail, you can provide instruction how user can register in his website database.
  8. Changelog

    2017 September 21

    + Documentation update
    * Fixed css issue in backend
    * Fixed hook issue

    2017 August 22

    Initial Release!


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