Elementor Site Licenses Include Staging Site Domains

Elementor Pro users have a certain number of licenses to connect to Elementor created WordPress websites.

So, for instance, if you use Elementor Pro with a one-site license, You can set up a dedicated staging site with one of the domain names below.

If your site is example.com, then you can create a staging.example.com. This then will not be counted as a separate activated site:

TLD (Top-level Domain) that are not considered as an active site:

  • *.dev (example.dev)
  • *.local (example.local)
  • *.staging (example.staging)
  • *.test (example.test)
  • *.example (example.example)
  • *.invalid (example.invalid)

Subdomains that are not considered as an active site:

  • dev.* (dev.example.com)
  • local.* (local.example.com)
  • test.* (test.example.com)
  • staging.* (staging.example.com)

Creating a staging site for your Elementor based WordPress site allows you to install the latest plugin versions, try out new features, and test your site’s functionality safely before you apply the changes on your live site.

Note: If you have an existing site activation, you should disconnect and reconnect it to change your current activation count.


Elementor Expands License To Include Staging Sites

Updated on March 11, 2023