According to Envato laws, one license is for only one production site. You can read about these laws at Themeforest license standards and also ask your questions in Envato help center. We added support of multi-site just for using Publisher on other installations for categories and branches of your main site and using one license for multi domains is totally impossible and illegal. It’s not about us, it’s the rule of all ThemeForest themes.
Please read our rules for multi-sites before submitting your request:
1- You have one main domain, like domain.com and multi-sites are sub-domains or sub-directories of this main domain. For example:
- blog.domain.com (sub-domain example)
- domain.com/blog (sub-directory example)
“blog” could be anything in above examples but domain.com should be the same as your main domain. We refer to “sub-domain” and “sub-directory” as “sub-site”.
2- Every sub-site can have a different style and look but the branding should be the same in all sub-sites as the main one. Put it simple, you have one site and multi-sites are just branches of main site (for example sub-categories of it).
3- When we reviewing your request, we actually visiting your main and sub sites. So all these sites should be ready for visiting and confirming their consistent content and branding.
4- All these websites (main and subs) should have some valid (not fake) content so we can review and validate them.
How to Request for Sub-site
After reading and accepting above conditions, go to License Management page and click on Request multi-domain usage.
You see a modal like this:
1- Now write the reason you want to use sub-site; for example: “I write about cars and bikes on my website and I want my bike reviewing pages have different look”.
2- Write all your addresses for reviewing.