Trial Users Faq's
You do not need an AWS account to run a trial clone. A self-manage licence however requires an AWS account as this is where the instance will be built. Seahorse offers an account creation service for users if required.
Trial instances are created in our Seahorse / AWS environment
No, the software does not currently allow migration or management of WordPress multisite. Multisite support is part of our development roadmap however and will be delivered later in 2021
Trial instances are active for 6 hours after launch
No, the trial instance is for front-end review only and access to the WordPress admin of the site is restricted
Trial instances are launched on the $10 Lightsail plan. More information on plan types can be found here: https://aws.amazon.com/lightsail/pricing/. On production licenses the initial migration is also launched on the $10 plan but users are free from there to scale up/down as they wish
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Trials are restricted to the eu-west-1 (Ireland) region only. Users have the option to select any of the Lightsail regions however when using a production licence
It is not possible to view the management console on trial instances – please see a screen shot of the interface for self-managed users
There is no limit on the number of times a trial is run so if you need to see a trial again, you can simply re-run the process
Self Managed Users Faq's
Regarding any CORS errors output, this is related to the IP used to serve the temporary instance. Once the source domain is synced after the migration this will no longer be presented.
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