Soliloquy Documentation

Documentation, Reference Materials, and Tutorials for Soliloquy

How to Verify Your Soliloquy License

Congratulations on purchasing your Soliloquy license! To recieve automatic updates and install Addons from the WordPress Admin you’ll want to verify your license key.

Step 1 – Install and activate Soliloquy

The first step is installing and activating the pro version of Soliloquy. If you were previously using Soliloquy Lite you’ll want to follow our guide for a walk-through of how to upgrade from Soliloquy Lite to a paid license.

Step 2 – Navigate to the Settings Screen

To begin verifying your Soliloquy license key, first navigate to the WordPress Admin > Soliloquy > Settings screen.

Navigate to the Settings screen for Soliloquy to begin verifying your license key.

Here you’ll see a field where you can paste your license key.

Step 3 – Copy Your License Key

Next, log into your Soliloquy account and you’ll find your license key displayed in the Member’s Area Overview tab. Go ahead and copy the full license key before returning to the admin of your site.

You can find your license key in the Member's Area Overview tab.

Step 4 – Verify Your Soliloquy License Key

In the admin of your site, paste your Soliloquy license key in the field provided and select the Verify Key button.

After pasting your license key into the provided field, select the Verify Key button to proceed.

Once verified, this screen will show a success message confirming your license key is verified!

You'll see a success message in the Settings screen after verifying your license key.

Great, now that you’ve verified your license key you’ll want to get started creating your first Soliloquy slider or installing Addons.


Q: Can I define the license key in my config.php file?

A: Yes! If you’re running a multisite installation and don’t want to input your license key on every site, you can add the following to your wp-config.php file:

define( 'SOLILOQUY_LICENSE_KEY', 'your_license_key' );

If the license key field in the WordPress Admin > Soliloquy > Settings screen is left empty, Envira will check for the above wp-config.php constant.