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  • Steve 2 posts 72 karma points
    Jan 24, 2021 @ 23:06
    Steve
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    Two Themes on the same Instance

    We purchased a theme and are currently running it for one website. We are looking to add a second website on the same Umbraco Instance. After building and deploying the new website on the new domain, the new website invalidated the license of the theme. To upgrade the license to include a second domain is more expensive than the original cost of the theme.

    As a result, we are trying to build the new website using a new theme that does not use any of the components of the main theme. However, when we create the new site, it by default appears to be using the components include the main theme.

    Is it possible to force a new site to not use this theme? Is it possible to install two themes on the same Umbraco instance?

  • Marc Love (uSkinned.net) 347 posts 944 karma points
    Jan 25, 2021 @ 10:46
    Marc Love (uSkinned.net)
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    Hi Steve,

    Adding a second license to your Umbraco V7 theme is the same price as you paid before (£129). The price you are seeing on our website is for Umbraco V8 themes. We are no longer providing V7 themes to non uSkinned members however since you are a member you can login to your uSkinned members area and still purchase an Umbraco V7 license.

    I can see you have contacted uSkinned support regarding multi-site setup. Simply reply to our response email for any other questions.

    Kind regards,

    Marc

  • Steve 2 posts 72 karma points
    Jan 26, 2021 @ 19:08
    Steve
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    Thanks for the response via support Marc and thank for correcting my assumption on pricing.

    We are also investigating how to continue to use your Uskinned theme and if it is possible to use another theme. The two websites are completely separate and the current theme might not make sense for the new website. The new website is very simple in nature and if we can avoid paying for another license, even at the original price we paid for it, we may want to go in that direction.

    If anyone has any ideas on how to achieve this option that would be appreciated.

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