To start using Cusmin, you will need a valid license key. To obtain license key, please go to Pricing and choose a package you want. After the purchase, you will get an email with a license key and instructions showing how to install the Cusmin plugin. Follow the instructions to activate Cusmin and you are then ready to use it.
In Cusmin, you can create configurations. A configuration is simply a set of all Cusmin options that can be applied to some group of users. In Cusmin you can have multiple sets of different settings (multiple configurations) and to apply them on a different sets of users. For example, you could create configuration A that will hide admin footer for Editors, and configuration B that will hide admin bar from Subscribers.
Cusmin currently does NOT support WordPress multi-site/network environments. It can be installed on a network but it will NOT work. We are planning to support this in future, but at this point it is not in our high priority list.
If you would like to see this feature sooner than later, please LET US KNOW that you are interested. Please also provide some of the following information that would help us to understand better your needs:
First, you need to install any Cusmin package to your WordPress site. You get an email with the instructions and Download button when you buy a Cusmin package. After installing the plugin, go to Plugins page and check for plugin's updates, like you do with any other plugin.
Cusmin is a subscription-based product, licensed on a yearly basis. By default, licence includes 1 year of Cusmin service access, Cusmin support and updates. When your license expires, all applied settings on your site(s) will still be preserved and it will not affect how you use your site(s). We highly recommend keeping the subscription active in order to keep Cusmin up-to-date with the latest WordPress releases, make additional changes to the Cusmin settings and the have access to the Cusmin support.
We have different packages that support different number of sites. The term "site" is actually a unique domain where your site is installed. If your package gives you 5 sites allowance, you can install the plugin on 5 different domains.
Yes. You can even install Cusmin on multiple sub-domains with just one site license. Cusmin sites are licensed per-domain, so you can install Cusmin on your root domain and any of your sub-domains, as well. The only requirement is that all of your sites are on the same domain.
If you want to install Cusmin on additional domain, you would need a Cusmin license that supports multiple sites.
Basically, if you want to install it on your dev environment to test it first, you would need a license that supports multiple sites. However, you have a few alternative options: