- Hey, are you the owner of this other website?
My name appears at the bottom of every theme I make. However, I am not responsible for content on sites other than the ones listed at gabrielleismy.name. The only Tumblr blogs I maintain are @elletricity, @elleusine, and @elleanswers.
I do not maintain any other blogs, even if they use my theme and therefore have my name at the bottom of their blog.
If you need to get ahold of the blog's owner, please use their ask box or email address. Please do not contact me regarding copyright infringement or other requests regarding any other websites or blogs. This includes but is not limited to: resources, content origin, affiliation, link exchanges, cease and desist notices, etc. I'm sorry, but if I don't own the blog or website, I can't do anything regarding their content.
- But you have my photo on your blog! Will you please remove it?
Like I said, those blogs don't belong to me. I cannot remove what is on their blog because I do not have the login information and it does not belong to me. In fact, I've probably never even seen their blog before. I'm sorry I can't help you further!
- Can you help me edit my theme?
I don't customize my own themes for other people. That defeats the purpose of creating my own theme in the first place. It also opens me up to a lot more work than I can really manage without monetary compensation. The same goes for other themes that are not my own.
If you would like me to make edits to your theme, contact me and we can discuss pricing. Also, please feel free to play with the codes yourself!
- Can you help me remove this from my theme?
Everything in my themes except for outside elements (Disqus, Streampad, Twitter, etc.) are necessary for a functional theme. I do not and will not tell people how to remove parts of my themes. You are free to edit my themes as you wish, except removing attribution (see below).
- Can I take off your credit on my theme?
I prefer that you didn't. Leave at least the hidden credit in the HTML and a visible link somewhere that credits me as the original author in case somebody wants to know where to get the theme.
- I'm new to theming! Can I study your coding?
Sure thing, as long as you don't pass it off as your own!
- What if I've made my own major edits to it?
Leave attribution. Even if you've changed it up, the base coding is still mine, and I dedicated precious hours of work to make these themes available to the public.
- Can I release my edited theme for other people to use? Do I need a credit link?
I license my work under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. You must leave attribution somewhere in your edited theme and you may not charge people for it.