|Tony||# Posted on April 17, 2018 at 3:23 am|
You say without success, yet you appear to be using EE as you mention you can use it but without add-ons?
You didn’t reply to the other thread but we could have done some further troubleshooting to find the problem.
If you enable WP_Debug on the site instead of a white screen, you’ll see the actual error message that is being thrown.
It is not because of the license key, the key has no effect on EE’s functionality at all, it is used to allow one-click updates and support.
Why can you not use the add-ons?
If you are getting a white screen again then it’s likely related to the problem in your original post, but again we’d need to troubleshoot further.
You manually install EE and leave the license key field blank o the test site, then you can manually install any add-ons you want to install on that site. You download both EE and the add-ons from your account page and upload them through Dashboard -> Plugins -> Add new -> Upload plugin.
No, your license key would need to be reset on our end when the domain changed, but again, you don’t need to enter the key on the test site.