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Test / Development Sites Do Not Count Toward License Total

One WishList Member license can be used to activate WishList Member on one URL at a time.

If a WordPress site has the WishList Member plugin installed, it can be activated with a License Key.

This also applies to sub-domains, sub-folders, etc. For example, if WordPress is installed on a sub-domain, the WishList Member plugin can be installed and activated with a License Key.

So if you want to activate WishList Member on three URLs at the same time, you would need a three site license.

That being said, if you just need to activate a test or development site, there is an option.

A URL that begins with either of the following does not count against the WishList Member license total.

wlmtesting.

Example: wlmtesting.wishlistmember.com

staging.

Example: staging.wishlistmember.com

OR

staging[number].

Example: staging1.wishlistmember.com

And URLs ending in the following do not count against the WishList Member license total:

-liquidwebsites.com

.wpengine.com

For local host sites the following examples do not count against the WishList Member license total.

wishlistmember.loc
wishlistmember.local
http://localhost:

This means that a development or test site can be set up and does not count as a use of a WishList Member license.

The WishList Member license key must still be used to activate the test/development URL, but it will not count against the WishList Member license total.

This allows for testing on the test/development site while the live site can also use the WishList Member license key.

Updated on February 18, 2020

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