FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

GPL Cellar is a plugin and theme manager for WordPress that offers seamless integration with your existing WordPress powered website to provide plugin management from within the backend of your website as well as automatic plugins.

Yes, we offer refunds within the first 30 days. If you’re not sure that GPL Cellar is the right solution for you, take GPL Cellar for a test drive and download the free version.

Yes! After you active the GPL Cellar plugin, each item will have a Download button so you can download straight to your computer.

GPL Cellar does not impose download limits.

Any items you download can be used on unlimited websites. Each license for the GPL Cellar plugin itself can only be used on 1 website at a time.

Yes, of course. You can cancel your subscription by logging into your account. If you have any problems, contact us and we will be happy to cancel them. Please note: If you cancel your subscription you will be unable to install any plugins or receive automatic updates for any plugin you installed through GPL Cellar.

No, all the items available on our site are under GNU GPL license and do not require activation. Some items only require registration for automatic updates, but do not restrict their use.

Yes. However, you will no longer have access to future updates without an active Club WPress subscription.

Some plugins and theme fail to install properly because there exists a child zip file that contains the actual source. In these cases, you can use the Download button in the GPL Cellar plugin to download the file, extract it, and then manually install the correct file.

Some items, especially themes that come from Themeforest, are bundled with a documentation, licensing information, and a child theme along with the main theme, therefore you need to download the item and extract only what you need from the bundle.

Nearly all files are original. We do manually null some plugins and themes that have simple checks in place.

Yes. All files are scanned with antivirus and malware software.

We scan all files that get uploaded to our server for viruses and malware regardless because, you never know what developers might put in their own code on purpose, or accidentally.