• All items should be created using Foundation 5
  • All items should be responsive. i.e. easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from mobile phones to desktop computer monitors).
  • You cannot use any other HTML/CSS Framework on Foundation Deck .
  • Each page of your item should be done in HTML 5.
  • Do not include temporary files in your themes.
  • Ensure that all pages and documentation are free from grammatical errors.
  • Your description must accurately describe all elements of your main file.
  • All assets used in your theme must be licensed properly or available for free commercial use. Any assets requiring attribution must be attributed within your item description. We require that you include the name of the author, the license that the asset is distributed with, and a link to the file's location.
  • All pages of your items should be free from errors.
  • Choose a suitable category for your themes.
  • Items must not include CSS frameworks that will conflict with foundation css. e.g. bootstrap.css
  • All content of your item must be wriiten in English.
  • Foundation Deck does not provide hosting for your items. However you can host your items in other location such as your own domain, dropbox, github or google drive.
  • You can offer your themes as bundle packages and increase your earnings. e.g Include a main site, landing page, coming soon, email template and admin template.
  1. Items should be submitted with the latest version of the foundation framework.
  2. Each item should include foundation CSS and Javascript file.
  3. Each item must follow foundation's conventions.
  4. All original foundation file should be in your work.
File size
Save your main files into a .zip folder, including all necessary elements of your item, documentation, preview image, main file etc.
The maximum size for your main file should be 100mb.
Photo size
Preview image should be a 600x600 JPG/PNG/GIF file. Make sure your preview image is an accurate representation of your file. Your preview image must not contain trademarks or images of celebrities or nudity. Additional photos can be included in the description section of theme upload.
Documentation
It is required that each item has their own documentation. We have created a template that can be used as a guide.
Once you sign up and login you will have access to the sample documentation.
N.B. The information that you see in the documentation template is just a guide and is not manditory that all your documentation uses the same colors and content layout but should all the necessary basic information outline in the template.
Naming Conventions
The theme name field should always be relevant, concise, and professional looking. The following are examples of good and bad naming practices:
Ways to name your theme:
  • Capitalize the first letter in each word e.g. “This is the File Name” .
  • Follow industry naming conventions e.g. jQuery, WordPress
  • Capitalize acronyms and abbreviations.
Ways not to name your theme:
  • Do not include your user name or other irrelevant information to your theme name e.g. Pheonix Fly, Cosgrove themes.
  • Do not use all CAPS- e.g. MY THEME
  • Do not use all lowercase- e.g. this is my theme
  • Do not use subjective words for your theme title e.g Really Hot Theme, Best Foundation Template.
Sellers have the choice of selling their items as exclusive or non-exclusive
  • Exclusive- you sell your items only on foundation deck. Exclusive seller gets 60% commission on their sales.
  • Non-exclusive- have the option to sell their items elsewhere. They receive 45% commission on their sales.
Payment Rate
Earn to 60% of the sales of your item regardless of volumes of sales.
Payment Schedule
The 15th of every month.
Payout
Sellers can request payout for theme sales at a minimum earning of $60. If you have not reached the $60 mark in 9 months then you can request to withdraw whatever amount is available.,
A license grants you a non-exclusive and non-transferrable right to use and incorporate the item in your personal or commercial projects. Use of an item is bound by the license you purchase. There are several licenses available:
Single Application License
Your use of the item is restricted to a single installation. You may use the item in work which you are creating for your own purposes or for your client. You must not incorporate the item in a work which is created for redistribution or resale by you or your client. The item may not be redistributed or resold. If the item contains licensed components, those components must only be used within the item and you must not extract and use them on a stand-alone basis. If the item was created using materials which are the subject of a GNU General Public License (GPL), your use of the item is subject to the terms of the GPL in place of the foregoing conditions (to the extent the GPL applies).
Multiple Applications License
Your use of the item may extend to multiple installations. You may use the item in work which you are creating for your own purposes or for your clients. You must not incorporate the item in a work which is created for redistribution or resale by you or your clients. The item may not be redistributed or resold. If the item contains licensed components, those components must only be used within the item and you must not extract and use them on a stand-alone basis. If the item was created using materials which are the subject of a GNU General Public License (GPL), your use of the item is subject to the terms of the GPL in place of the foregoing conditions (to the extent the GPL applies).
Extended License
This license must be purchased if you intend to license, sublicense, redistribute, or resell the final product. Your use of the item may extend to multiple installations. You may use the item in work which you are creating for your own purposes or for your clients. You may license, sublicense, redistribute, or resell the item in the following circumstances: the item is incorporated into a larger work you have created; or if you modify the item and resell the end product. If the item contains licensed components, those components must only be used within the item and you must not extract and use them on a stand-alone basis. If the item was created using materials which are the subject of a GNU General Public License (GPL), your use of the item is subject to the terms of the GPL in place of the foregoing conditions (to the extent the GPL applies).