What happens when your Nicepage License expires?

shane53
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shane53 posted this 3 days ago

Hi Nicepage,

I've been trying all sorts of solutions for cranking out websites for clients and have liked Nicepage overall, especially for quickly sandboxing designs for school projects in my web technologies program.

I hadn't considered it for producing client websites because I felt the WYSIWYG interface was too finicky for clients to use although I love its minimalistic interface. However, I noticed last update, there was mention of POST support, hopefully in blocks.

Anyway, I currently have the pro edition and was thinking of getting the ultimate edition. The sales model of Nicepage seems ambiguous and I'm not sure how "subscription-orientated" it is. If I get the ultimate edition, what happens when the license runs out? I'm assuming I don't get any updates, or have access to the stock photographs. What about existing client licenses? Do they suddenly lose access to the editor?

Thanks very much, and keep up the good work.

Hi Nicepage, I've been trying all sorts of solutions for cranking out websites for clients and have liked Nicepage overall, especially for quickly sandboxing designs for school projects in my web technologies program. I hadn't considered it for producing client websites because I felt the WYSIWYG interface was too finicky for clients to use although I love its minimalistic interface. However, I noticed last update, there was mention of POST support, hopefully in blocks. Anyway, I currently have the pro edition and was thinking of getting the ultimate edition. The sales model of Nicepage seems ambiguous and I'm not sure how "subscription-orientated" it is. If I get the ultimate edition, what happens when the license runs out? I'm assuming I don't get any updates, or have access to the stock photographs. What about existing client licenses? Do they suddenly lose access to the editor? Thanks very much, and keep up the good work.
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Ch3vr0n
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Ch3vr0n posted this 3 days ago

Basically, the way it works (like many software nowadays) is you don't pay for the actual product. You pay for support. When you buy the standalone app, you pay for 1 year access to support and updates. Once that 1 year support access expires, you can continue to use the last version that comes within your support and update plan forever (which is the lifetime license part), if you want to continue getting updates and support, you need to renew the support license.

That's pretty much it.

Basically, the way it works (like many software nowadays) is you don't pay for the actual product. You pay for support. When you buy the standalone app, you pay for 1 year access to support and updates. Once that 1 year support access expires, you can continue to use the last version that comes within your support and update plan forever (which is the lifetime license part), if you want to continue getting updates and support, you need to renew the support license. That's pretty much it.
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