Registering your Avada Theme (7.3+)

Changes to Registration with Avada 7.3

With Avada 7.3, they have changed the way Avada registration works. This was done primarily to simplify the process, from using a generated Token key, to simply pasting in the Purchase Code to register your purchase of Avada. 

Re-registering After Updating To Avada 7.3

The change in registration method from token key to purchase code was introduced in Avada 7.3. If you are updating to Avada 7.3, you will be required to re-register the theme using the new method and the process will be slightly different. In this case, your site would already be registered with a Token Key, and this needs to be replaced with a Purchase Code.  Important Note: If you don't have the purchase code handy when you update to the latest 7.3x version, you will have only 10 days to install the code otherwise your Fusion Builder plugins will not update and possibly cause your website to appear "broken." 

Maintenance Plan Customers: Simply submit a support ticket request with your Purchase Code and we'll install & update your Avada theme at no extra charge. 

Hosting Customers: Please contact us via support ticket and we'll review the current status of your website and provide a quote.  

Website Customers: If you're still using our temporary license, you will need to login / register and purchase a license.  If you would like us to install the purchase code and update your website, please contact us via support ticket and we'll review the current status of your website and provide a quote.  

Clean Install

For a new install, registering is a simple matter of obtaining the purchase code from your ThemeForest account that purchased Avada and pasting it in to the registration field on the Avada Dashboard.  

 To make the license changes on your own, we've included the Avada tutorial below.



If you have any questions, feel free to send in a support ticket and we'll be glad to help!

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