First off: many apologies if this question has been asked before - I performed a quick search earlier, but was unable to find an answer to my questions.
I would very much like to use e-junkie as a means to sell my website templates - specifically: WordPress themes. However, ideally, I would like for users to only have access to a year's worth of updates. So, once the year is up, they would be required to either renew their service or purchase the product a second time. Would this be at all possible? Would I be able to define a certain amount of time whereby a user will have access to a file? It is something of a deal-breaker for me, I'm afraid. If there is a similar way of accomplishing a yearly subscription then I am all ears.
I would also like for users to be able to gain access to the latest version of my templates using their existing download links; now, and perhaps I am mistaken, but it is to my understanding that when a user makes a purchase of a digital product through e-junkie, they are greeted with an email containing a download link for their product. Is there any way for this link to always reflect the latest available version I upload to my e-junkie account? I do hope I worded this clearly enough.
I thank you for reading and I look forward to hearing from you. Cheers!