October 27, 2020 at 5:37 pm #28633ClaudeGuest
I am trying out Crio free version. When I went to look at the upgrade link to see if it offered any functions of interest, it does not clearly state what the upgrade offers, and also seems to want me to subscribe, rather than just pay a fixed amount. While the latest business model is to get people’s credit card and keep billing them because most people forget and don’t notice small amounts, I am not interested in that business model.
I have multiple web sites and generally once I find a tool that works, I replicate it over all. Thus, after years of loyalty to Joomla, I migrated to BoldGrid because Inmotionhosting.com includes it in the base subscription. I tried various templates, most recently trying Crio. If it meets my needs I would clone it for each site.
1) What are the features in the upgrade? Please be specific so I can examine if it is something I need.
2) What happens if I subscribe and then cancel? I don’t want automatic billing on my credit card.
3) Am I allowed to clone the upgrade version?October 27, 2020 at 6:00 pm #28639Jesse OwensKeymaster
I definitely understand your concern about subscriptions, I would be too. I’ll try to answer each of your questions.
What are the features in the upgrade? Please be specific so I can examine if it is something I need.
The upgrade includes many additional customizer options, including Sticky Headers, additional mobile menu styling options (hamburger designs and hover effects), and more granular control over your posts and blogroll displays.
More features are currently under development for release soon, the most exciting one is the ability to use different headers on different pages, and fully customize the headers with templates, transparency, and any design.
What happens if I subscribe and then cancel? I don’t want automatic billing on my credit card.
Subscriptions are billed annually, so if you purchase Crio Pro you’ll have access to all its features for a full year before rebilling, which you can cancel at any time. If you decide not to renew after your year, your website will remain as it is- even parts you constructed with premium features- but you won’t have access to those premium controls for additional changes you make to your site.
Am I allowed to clone the upgrade version?
You can use your premium subscription on unlimited websites within the same business. That is to say you can use it on a development, staging, and live site, or for any websites you continue to own. Because your license key is private to your account, you shouldn’t use it on sites you intend to deliver to a client.
Many of our Agency customers choose to build client websites with the Pro features, and then deliver it to the client with a free license key, which the clients can choose to upgrade if they need to.
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