Licensing

What License Is Code I Post to Gridbox?

In short: public projects are Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International Licensed,
private projects are owned by you with no implicit license. Read on for more detail.

If your project is public

By default, projects you save on Gridbox are public.

PRO accounts have the ability to save as private.

Public projects are automatically based on Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International licensed. Learn more

If your project is private

We don’t put any license at all on the code. It belongs entirely to you.

You may still apply a license to it if you wish. To do that, we recommend putting an HTML comment into the HTML of your project stating the license.

Remember that private projects are still shareable if you wish. So you could, for example, send a client a private project of a mockup you have done for them, and that code is still owned by you. They couldn’t just take it and use it like they could as if it was MIT licensed.