Flatsome 3.14 has a new and improved registration method. We recently changed the activation method in 3.13 out of necessity due to issues with our previous registration provider. During the time the 3.13 tokenized registration method was out, we had generous feedback from our users about it, such as the inability to control what or where a site is registered and which domain. Many were (and still are) used to use the purchase code as a registration key.
After internal deliberation, we choose to build our own platform to manage the licenses (with Envato purchase code and will refer to it as 'License Manager'), which will make it even easier and clearer to control each license you own.
We recognize that this is a significant shift and apologize for any inconvenience this might cause.
Where do I find my purchase code?
Log into your ThemeForest account, hover the mouse over your username at the top of the screen, and click on the downloads section in the dropdown menu. Use one of the two 'License certificate & purchase code ...' on the per purchased item download links.
🔗 Envato 'Where is my purchase code?'
Where do I manage my licenses?
You can manage them at https://account.uxthemes.com.
How do I register the theme?
Navigate to Flatsome → Theme Registration and fill in your purchase code, consent to the Envato Terms and press the 'Register' button.
How do I re-register the theme?
Please have a look at this document.
Can I set up a local or staging site for testing?
Per license, you can set up 5 local, 3 staging sites and 1 live site. To register a local or staging domain must match one of the patterns below. In case your test domain has another pattern and other users use the same, we are likely to consider adding it to our list after review.
- staging | devsite | webdev | wpdev | test | local | dev.*
- Suffixes combination of "-", "a...z", and "0...9" (staging2.*, webdev-site-12.*, dev-a1x2d3.* etc.)
Is a license key or purchase code the same?
Yes, if we refer to a license key or purchase code they are both the same (a token is not).
A purchase code is formatted as: