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Are all PHP under the Public License?



I just purchased a theme from Bludomain and since I did not like the look of
the mobile version I was trying to modify it by adding some css tags to the
php files. I was informed by Bludomain (after asking for some advice) that I
am not allowed.



I thought PHP files are always open source but I am no layer.



Any information would be greatly appreciated.



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Motti Bembaron



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  • Adam Harvey at Sep 26, 2012 at 6:11 am

    On 26 September 2012 13:29, Motti Bembaron wrote:
    Are all PHP under the Public License?
    The PHP interpreter is licensed under the "The PHP License, version
    3.01"[0], which is open source. This doesn't extend to code written in
    PHP, which may be licensed under any license the author chooses,
    including proprietary licenses. That sounds like it's the case here.
    I thought PHP files are always open source but I am no layer.
    Nor are we — this mailing list is for the development of the php.net
    Web site itself, rather than general support queries — so for a more
    detailed opinion, I'd suggest consulting a lawyer in your
    jurisdiction.

    Thanks,

    Adam

    [0] http://www.php.net/license/3_01.txt

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