define DMS license / activation key in wp-config.php


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Excellent point. Would improve deploying multiple "clone" installs for development and QA work when using Duplicator or ManageWP or any automated process.

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You cant activate via wp-config, its all done with ajax when you click activate, you can however hide the account tab once it is activated.

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Thanks for the quick reply. I guess just leaving it here as a persistent request. Lump it in with this previous discussion item: it'd be nice to have an API / License Key generator so each client site can have their own and so they can be revoked one by with a Key Manager in my-account, like my Envato account.

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I'll bounce that one around Clifford.  But keep in mind, when a customer in Envato gets your generated key, they've made a purchase.  So, if we did this, your customers would have to purchase the license.  Theoretically, they could do that now.  You could build the site on your license, then get them to purchase the basic license from PL.com, and if I recall, earn either Karma Points or affiliate fees for the sale.

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You cant activate via wp-config, its all done with ajax when you click activate, you can however hide the account tab once it is activated.

 

Simon_P, how can I hide the account tab so my customers can't mess with this configuration (or copy the activation email/code)?

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