Minimum requirements

Crucial Information

wProject is a theme, not a plugin, and it must be exclusively installed on a fresh instance of the latest WordPress version (multisite is not supported). wProject is designed as a unique, stand-alone theme and is distinct from traditional public-facing websites. It should be utilised in accordance with its intended purpose.

Activation Priority

It is important to activate the wProject theme on a fresh WordPress instance before undertaking any other actions or configurations. Do not activate wProject on an existing WordPress installation. The preferred order of operation is:

  1. Install a fresh instance of the latest version WordPress (multisite is not supported)
  2. Upload the wProject theme
  3. Activate the wProject theme
  4. Enter your wProject theme license key

Now you are free to install any additional plugins, create users and configure wProject as desired.

Supported PHP Version

wProject now only supports PHP 8 and higher, as PHP 7 has long since reached end-of-life status. Although wProject should work on PHP 7, it’s worth noting that future development will only take the current actively supported version of PHP into consideration (PHP 8.x at the time of this post). Support is only offered when this condition is met.

Supported WordPress Version

wProject is only supported on current major versions of WordPress. This means, for example, at the time of writing WordPress is currently at version 6.x and so wProject will only be supported for WordPress version 6.x. When WordPress reaches version 7, then version 7.x will be supported, and so on.

Permalinks Configuration

Activating wProject should automatically change the permalinks setting in WordPress to “Post name” (this is required). But if it does not, the you will need to manually adjust this setting under “Settings” -> “Permalinks.”