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Multiple Licenses for the same slider?

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Are you able to include multiple licenses on a single .js file?  I have multiple URL's of the same website and use Intuit to build the site.  If so, how would i do that?
Matt  10 years ago   viewed: 45325    

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Yes you can add a piece of code just after the var sliderOptions block to handle the different domains. Below is a sample for four domains:
var sliderOptions = { ...... license: "license1" }; if(document.domain.indexOf("domain2.com")!=-1) sliderOptions.license = "license2"; else if (document.domain.indexOf("domain3.com")!=-1) sliderOptions.license = "license3"; else if (document.domain.indexOf("domain4.com")!=-1) sliderOptions.license = "license4"; var imageSlider=new mcImgSlider(sliderOptions); /* Menucool Javascript Image Slider ... (the follows are remain unchanged)
Milo
  10 years ago
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No, it is not possible to include multiple licenses on a single .js file. Each license is tied to a specific domain or set of domains, and a single license cannot be used for multiple domains or URLs. residential drywall contractors near me

If you have multiple URLs for the same website, each URL will need its own license in order to use the slider on that site. You will need to purchase a separate license for each URL that you want to use the slider on.

If you are using a website builder like Intuit, you may need to purchase a separate license for each site that you build using the builder, even if the sites have the same domain. This is because each site is a separate instance with its own unique URL and set of files.

To purchase additional licenses, you can contact the vendor or visit their website to purchase a license for each additional domain or URL that you want to use the slider on. Once you have purchased the additional licenses, you will need to enter the new license keys into the code for each site. Installation Of Egress Windows

Lorie
  10 months ago
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If you have multiple licenses for the same slider plugin and you want to use the same JavaScript (.js) file for all your website URLs, you can include the license keys for all your domains in the same .js file.

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Madison
  10 months ago
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The slider cannot be used on a website that has many URLs if each URL has its own license. Each URL that you want to use the slider on will require a separate license, which you must buy. 

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Jason
  9 months ago
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Thank you for sharing the article. I am very interested in the information you have shared. Hope you will share more useful information in the future


slothstar
  8 months ago
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Combining multiple licenses for the same JavaScript file can be a complex legal issue and is generally not recommended. Each license agreement you receive for a JavaScript library or any software specifies the terms and conditions under which you can use that code. myrtle beach dumpsters

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Mapa
  6 months ago
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This is because each site is a separate instance with its own unique URL and set of files.

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Dante
  5 months ago
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It is possible to manage the various domains by adding some code just after the var sliderOptions section. 

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Tom
  5 months ago

   

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