It is imperative to understand that wProject is a theme, not a plugin, and it must be exclusively installed on a fresh instance of the latest WordPress version. 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.
It is important to activate the wProject theme on your fresh WordPress instance before undertaking any other actions or configurations.
Supported PHP Version
wProject operates efficiently on PHP versions 7 and 8. However, it is worth noting that future releases of wProject may discontinue support for PHP 7.x. Considering that PHP version 7.4 has officially reached its end-of-life status, it is recommended you expedite the transition to PHP 8. This not only enhances security but also optimizes system performance.
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 and higher. When WordPress reaches version 7, then version 7 and higher will be supported. You get the idea.
It is advised to configure the permalinks setting in WordPress to “Post name.” While activating wProject should automate this process, if it does not, you may need to manually adjust this setting under “Settings” -> “Permalinks.”