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I am looking at giving users of my site the option to have their own subdomain, to give them the chance to fully customize their options and appearance. I am curious if my single license of Eventon calendar and multiple addons will be available to these subdomains without extra cost. Thanks!Mar 17,2017 AT 11:30PM - 3 years ago -
I do not think it will be possible, since each sub-domain is a separate installation.
But I will alert Ashan of this and he will give you a definite answer.
Ok, I understand that stance on sub domains. I dont see a license option that supports multiple installations, or multi site. I am pretty new to wordpress, and I have a few sites that I am building, so I am thinking going with a multi site wordpress installation would be the best, to streamline the load on my hosting.
The issue that is relevant to Eventon, is the site that would have an artistic project group located in different areas, and I may want an Eventon Calendar installation on the subdomains for these groups. It is not live yet, but the main site would be CreativeOutlet.club, with a separate subdomain for each area that I have a group. Such as Belleville.CreativeOutlet.club and Encinitas.CreativeOutlet.club
I will be operating several sites through a Multisite WordPress installation – JoeD.co, and for CreativeOutlet.club, and for Qurrents.com. If I want to use the Eventon plugin on each of these sites, I think I would probably have to purchase separate licenses for them.
But I thought I may be able to use one license key for the subdomains of CreativeOutlet.club, or maybe they would fall under the license key rules for multi-site.
I really love the plugin, thanks for your replies, and support.
HI there, so you would need to activated eventon in individual multisite installation NOT network active. And for subdomains you will need new license of eventon for each site (you can get it from codecanyon) I know I wish codecanyon would allow multiple site license just like how we do for eventon addons.