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Hi, I am a freelance web designer and was hoping that Contribute would be the CM programme I was after to allow my clients to take care of the regurly updated pages on their websites. I thought initially that Contribute would allow my clients to edit their site through a browser but this is not the case. I have discovered through the forums that my client needs to install Contribute on their machine. Does my client therefore have to pay for the complate licence of the programme? Or does my licence cover their use and if so, would they use ...

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    Hi,
    I am a freelance web designer and was hoping that Contribute would be the CM
    programme I was after to allow my clients to take care of the regurly updated
    pages on their websites.
    I thought initially that Contribute would allow my clients to edit their site
    through a browser but this is not the case.
    I have discovered through the forums that my client needs to install
    Contribute on their machine.
    Does my client therefore have to pay for the complate licence of the
    programme? Or does my licence cover their use and if so, would they use my
    programme disc to install it on their machine?
    Many thanks in advance for any help,
    Mat: confused;

    matrutherford Guest

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    Default Re: Installation on clients machine

    Hello matrutherford,

    Contribute makes use of per seat license agreement. Hence you should be buying
    Contribute for all users !

    -Avinash
    > Hi,
    > I am a freelance web designer and was hoping that Contribute would be
    > the CM
    > programme I was after to allow my clients to take care of the regurly
    > updated
    > pages on their websites.
    > I thought initially that Contribute would allow my clients to edit
    > their site
    > through a browser but this is not the case.
    > I have discovered through the forums that my client needs to install
    > Contribute on their machine.
    > Does my client therefore have to pay for the complate licence of the
    > programme? Or does my licence cover their use and if so, would they
    > use my
    > programme disc to install it on their machine?
    > Many thanks in advance for any help,
    > Mat: confused;

    Avinash Rao Guest

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