You can use your Dynamic Content for Elementor license for your staging sites without occupying a seat in the license.

For example, if your site is yoursite.com, we will not consider a license used for the domain staging.yoursite.com.

If you already had the license installed within your staging site, deactivate the license from your site and reactivate it.

Local sites on your PC are not considered as a license

  • localhost

  • Any name without a TLD

TLD (Top-level Domain) that are not considered as a license

  • *.dev (example.dev)

  • *.local (example.local)

  • *.staging (example.staging)

  • *.test (example.test)

  • *.example (example.example)

  • *.invalid (example.invalid)

  • *.backup (example.backup)

Subdomains that are not considered as a license

  • dev.* (dev.example.com)

  • development.* (development.example.com)

  • local.* (local.example.com)

  • test.* (test.example.com)

  • staging.* (staging.example.com)

  • stage.* (stage.example.com)

  • backup.* (backup.example.com)

  • wp-staging.* (wp-staging.example.com)

  • *.wpengine.com

  • *.sg-host.com

  • *.kinsta.cloud

  • *.cloudwaysapps.com

  • *.closte.com

  • *.runcloud.link

  • *.cloudwaysapp.com

  • *.pantheonsite.io

  • *.onrocket.site

  • *.pressdns.com

  • *.bigscoots-staging.com

  • *.flywheelstaging.com

  • *.wpstage.net

IP Addresses are not considered as a license

  • Any IP address

This list may change at any time.

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