Terms and Conditions for Development Service

a) If you purchase development hours please note that if the task is completed before the estimated no.of hrs then the extra hrs will be refunded back to your account.

b) The quoted no.of hrs for development service are always an approximation and there is always a possibility that the final work could take up more hrs as compared to the initial estimation in such a case client shall pay for the extra hrs spent on the task to receive the final changes.

c) The client must pay upfront for the project. The developer will start the work once the payment is confirmed.

d) The developer will provide a 15 day warranty period at the end of project completion, in this period the client can report any “bugs in the functionality”. However, many factors can come into effect here, such as, conflict with another plugin, server configuration/deployment issue, etc. In such a case, the developer reserves the right to investigate the issue and determine whether it falls under warranty. Also, it’s very important to note that feature requests or additional requirements are not included in this warranty and it is only limited to the bugs and issues in the functionality that has been mentioned in the project scope document.

e) Developer follows all industry best practices and coding standards for WordPress. If any update in the future after the warranty period breaks any of the customized code, the developer can look into the issue and fix the problem But the client must pay for these additional hours invested on the task.

f) Please note that any requirements or functionalities outside of the “Project Scope Document” (agreed upon before starting the project) are not part of this quote and cannot be worked upon in the current scope of work. Any work outside of this scope will be estimated separately and only after approval and payment from the client developer can start working on it.

g) 2. The code produced by the developer will be under GNU Public License similar to to the WordPress licensing which enables the developer:
The right to reproduce the code.
The right to create “derivative works” based on the code.
The right to distribute copies of the code.
The right to “display” the code; for example, by posting to a group.