I’m a seller on Envato Market (CodeCanyon) so I’m bound to their license system. If you want to read more about their licensing, please go and read the information about the Standard License. They even have a FAQ page that should answer most of your questions as well.
The questions that I get most often are the following ones:
Do I need a a license for every single domain?
The short answer is yes. Even the extended license does not allow you to use it on multiple domains. As far as I know, Envato has no plans to changes this in the future.
Do I need multiple licenses if I’m on a multisite?
Yes, you need multiple licenses if every site on your multisite has its own domain name.
No, you don’t need multiple licenses if you’re using subfolders or subdomains for the multisites.
Customers asked if I offer kind of a service to setup schema.org for them. Unfortunately I can’t do this at the moment as I want my energy to get into the improvement of the plugin itself. However I’m here for support questions and I’m very happy to assist you with any questions that might pop up.
The Rich Snippets Plugin allows you to create Rich Snippets that produce stars in search results. However it does not allow your users to rate your blog post as it’s not a rating plugin. That means it has no built-in rating system that counts automatically.
However you can probably integrate third party rating system if they store the total rating in the postmeta database table of WordPress. Check out the documentation page for updated information about this.
You’re definitely looking onto the right plugin. It allows you to add so called “global snippets”. That means that you can add snippets for specific posts, post types, categories or whatever you need and add them dynamically depending on your rules. Continue reading →