Pagephilia: Content License Agreement

The products offered in Pagephilia are protected under our standard license. If you are not agree with the terms set out in it appreciate not use our products offered.

The Standard License gives you the right to use any item purchased Pagephilia on a personal or commercial project for you or a customer, but the item can not be resold or redistributed alone, or used in a product made sale in which the element contributes to the value of the base of the product sold.

What enables our standard license for each product in Pagephilia?

  • The personal or commercial use.
  • Sources, accessories (stocks, textures, images, files, etc.) and other installable elements can only be installed on one computer, but can be used in multiple projects.
  • All items purchased can be used on an unlimited number of projects provided they are for personal use.
  • For its part, or as part of a new work. When used as part of a new work, there is no limit on the number of copies of the new work that can be distributed, provided that copies are not offered for sale.

What prevents you our Standard license for each product in Pagephilia?

  • It can not be sub-licensed, re-sold, shared, transferred or otherwise redistributed on their own (even for free).
  • You can not use a product offered for sale on the element contributes to the value of the base of the product sold.
  • You can not include the item purchased with a website or product offered for sale or distribution (even for free).
  • You can not use the item purchased for your own personal blog or a website customer.
  • You can not offer an item purchased from users of its service or hosting blogs (even for free).

Should I give credit to the authors of the items offered?

As part of our customer list you will not be forced to do it but is a way to highlight the work of our authors and make them feel that their work is valued and appreciated by you.

Editorial Use Restriction

Editorial Use Restriction for Some Stock Media Products.
The following restrictions apply to any Stock Media Product affixed with an “Editorial” notice on its Product Page. The Editorial notice is one way to alert you that certain subject matter depicted by Stock Media Products, such as a manufactured product under a brand name, may be protected by another party’s Intellectual Property rights (“Other-Party Intellectual Property”). Permitted use of Other-Party Intellectual Property in Stock Media Products is limited to news reporting in Creations of some cultural, editorial, journalistic, or otherwise newsworthy value, and includes news reporting on television and the internet. This restriction does not apply if you have the needed authorization to use the Other-Party Intellectual Property for your Creation, such as if you are the Intellectual Property owner yourself, or an Intellectual Property owner’s advertising team, hired party, or licensee purchasing that company’s product.

Pagephilia not in any way affect any representation or warranty about Other-Party Intellectual Property associated with Stock Media Products. You are the only responsible for determining the need for and, if necessary, obtaining any needed Other-Party clearance, consent, or release to use any Other-Party Intellectual Property in your Creations.

If you are still having doubts about what is or is not allowed under the Standard License, contact the support team Pagephilia

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