Copyright Policy

ATTENTION! Please be advised that our website does not host any material that violates copyright laws. We only offer products that are available under the GNU General Public License. The WordPress plugins and themes on the website can be freely distributed under the General Public License (GPL). When sharing content obtained from, kindly acknowledge the source to enable others to access additional information or updated versions. It would be highly appreciated.

Copyright Infringement Notification

If you believe that any content on violates copyright laws, please let us know by sending us an email with the required information:

  • To report a violation of exclusive rights, the individual authorized to act on behalf of the owner must provide a physical or electronic signature.
  • Please provide the name of the copyrighted work that has been infringed. If there are multiple works on the same online site, please provide a list of these works.
  • If you need to remove or disable access to any material that infringes on the copyright, the service provider must know the material claimed to be involved in violating activity. Therefore, please provide information that would allow the service provider to locate the material in question.
  • For the service provider to reach out to the person filing the complaint, it’s important to provide the following information: address, telephone number, and email address (if available).
  • The individual submitting the complaint sincerely believes that the material being used that is not permitted by law to use copyrighted material without the owner’s or agent’s authorization.
  • The complaining party must state that the information provided in the notification is true and correct. Before proceeding, individuals must declare, with the risk of committing perjury, that they possess the necessary authorization to represent the owner of the disputed exclusive right.

Please ensure that the notice is sent to our email address: [email protected]

If the content is removed due to a DMCA notice, we might show a copy instead.

Note: According to Section 512(f) of the DMCA, anyone who falsely claims that material or activity infringes on copyright may be liable for damages. Additionally, if a copyright owner wishes to proceed with a complaint under the DMCA, they must first determine if the use of the material falls under fair use. In the Lenz v. Universal case, it was decided that a copyright owner must genuinely believe that the owner, agent, or law does not authorize the material being used.

At, we can examine any material suspected of infringement and determine its legality.

It’s important to know that the person who shared the allegedly infringing content will receive the information provided in this legal notice. A third party may also receive a copy of this notice (with your data removed) for noncommercial research and educational purposes.