Ownership of the Source Code: The website should clearly state that it owns the source code and retains all intellectual property rights.

License: The website should provide a license that allows users to use the source code for personal, non-commercial use only. The license should prohibit users from selling, modifying or distributing the source code.

No Warranty: The website should disclaim any warranties or guarantees related to the source code. The source code is provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind.

Limitation of Liability: The website should limit its liability for any damages resulting from the use of the source code. The limitation should be reasonable and in line with industry standards.

User Conduct: The website should specify the behavior it expects from users when accessing and using the source code. It should prohibit users from reverse-engineering, decompiling or otherwise attempting to derive the source code from the website.

Termination: The website should have the right to terminate the user’s access to the source code at any time, for any reason.

Privacy Policy: The website should have a privacy policy that explains how it collects, uses, and protects users’ personal information.

Modification of Terms: The website should reserve the right to modify these terms and conditions at any time. It should notify users of any changes and provide them with an opportunity to review and accept the new terms.

Governing Law: The website should specify the law that governs these terms and conditions and any disputes that may arise from them.

Contact Information: The website should provide contact information for users to reach out in case of any questions or concerns.

These terms and conditions are not exhaustive and may vary depending on the specific needs and requirements of the website. It is recommended to consult with a legal professional to ensure that the terms and conditions are legally valid and enforceable.