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What is the GPL?

Most people are familiar with the term ‘open source.’ It means a piece of software or code, that is free to use. You’re free to use, copy, study, change, improve the software as you like.

WordPress is open source software and is founded upon the GPL (General Public Licence) that you can read more about over at the WordPress website

The main point to note is that any software that is built upon WordPress must carry forward the original GPL license.

What does this mean for you?

It doesn’t mean that developers can’t charge you to buy the code they have developed. What it does mean is that once you have bought that code, you are free to do whatever you like with it.

So, it’s perfectly legal to download the plugins and themes from this site. Download as many as you like and use them in as many projects as you want.

Owing a WordPress website should not be expensive

It shouldn’t matter what your income is, what you do or where you live – price should not be a barrier to owning a great WordPress website.

Your subscription goes a long way for us to be able to buy the licenses for the plugins and themes and bring new items to the site each month.

The items on this site are straight from the developer. They are 100% original with no malware, backdoors, viruses or any of that nonsense. We keep them well maintained and up to date.

If you want affordable plugins and themes then please help support us. Our site is for you.

A short disclaimer

The main difference between us and the developer is that we do not offer any support. This is how we are able to redistribute the software at a fraction of the original price.

So, if you can think you will need ongoing technical support for a product then please consider buying from the developer. Links to each developer are provided on the product pages.

We think we make it perfectly clear that whilst the products on GPL Pro Club are the original products – we are not the original authors. We are simply redistributing the software, as it is our right to do so, under the GPL license.

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