Documentation

How Many Times Can I Use a Theme?

WordPress themes at Pixel Theme Studio are GNU/GPL licensed which means you can use them as often as you want. There are no restrictions, unlike other theme providers which do apply certain limitations.

Can I Hire You to Build a Custom Theme or Make Custom Changes?

Yes. If you want the theme to be unique so that we do not sell it to others, we can do this for you starting at $5000 USD, though the final price will depend on which features / functions you want to have in it. If you are willing to let us sell the theme to others, we can usually work with you at a significantly lower price.

We can also make custom changes to any of our themes for you. Please contact us via our contact form for a quote.

Is the Sample Content Included That I Saw on the Demo Site?

No, we do not offer demo content for any of our themes at this time though for our newer themes we hope to do so in the future.

Are Your Themes Easy to Customize?

Depending on the theme you choose, some may be a lot easier than others. Nearly all of our themes have theme options built into them, though our more modern themes also have Visual Composer built in which has a nice drag-and-drop interface to help you customize your pages very easily!

Will Your Themes Work With the Latest Version of WordPress?

Yes, all of our themes are compatible with WP 4.0+

If I Purchase a “Single Theme” Download Instead of a Membership, Does it Include Updates?

Unfortunately no. There is no method to access updated files or themes without logging into the site; you will need a membership, which is why memberships have that added benefit. If you want an updated version, you will need to purchase the new one, which is still a competitive priced product, or you can sign-up with a membership and gain access to all themes and updates (and support).

Do Your Themes Work With All Plugins and Extensions?

This cannot be guaranteed because there are 1000’s of options available. Generally you should be fine but make sure you read the minimum requirements for any plugin you download and to read their descriptions. Because these are third party products, this will be totally dependent on the developers to ensure their plugins work on WordPress and should provide support if you need it. One thing you can do is test the plugin, extension, or script on a test development site location to see how it performs. If it does well, then you can move it to the live site…MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A FULL BACKUP OF YOUR SITE FIRST.