PaddlePress PRO uses a host domain name for domain-based software licensing and uses the host domain name by default. So, example.com and blog.example.com considered separate WordPress installations by default. But you can use example.com/subsite1 and example.com/subsite2 under the same license key.
Customizing the logic
If you want to customize the logic behind the domain registration you can use “paddlepress_normalize_domain” filter.
/** * Let's allow licensing changes here * This filter allowed to trim eg. subdomain or add subdirectory * Depends on the licensing approach * * @since 1.0 */ $domain = apply_filters( 'paddlepress_normalize_domain', $domain, $url );
Don’t count development domains
If you are ignoring localhost URLs, they won’t get counted. Example local development urls:
…. so on