cPanel is excited to add to the availability of WordPress Toolkit. To do that we’ve made some changes to our End User License Agreement and Pricing and Term Agreement. In addition, we’ve added a click-through agreement for PartnerNOCs to give PartnerNOCs the ability to take advantage of this product. We’ve also made some technical corrections. I’ve summarized the changes below.
WordPress Toolkit Changes
- WordPress Toolkit is licensed on a per account basis. To enable this, we’ve modified our EULA and Pricing and Term Agreement to:
- Define the terms “WordPress Toolkit” and “account.”
- Include WordPress Toolkit in the types of software that customers can license.
- Leveraged our “Pricing and Term Agreement” and pricing pages so that customers have a more easily accessible place to understand how WordPress Toolkit is priced.
- Added account based licenses to the types of licenses that can be verified by us.
- We’ve created a click through agreement for PartnerNOCs that include the changes made to our EULA, and reference the Pricing and Term Agreement.
- The EULA has been modified to:
- Corrected misnumbering in paragraph 2.2.3
- Correct a typo in paragraph 2.4
- Remove paragraph 3.6 covering “language file modifications,” remove references to this paragraph, and update numbering within the document.
- Update the Effective Date
- The Pricing and Term Agreement has been modified to:
- Update the Effective Date.
- Add a definition for “cPanel Solo.”