To ensure best working compatibility, performance and support, all of our WordPress Plugins require the following WordPress and PHP versions to run smoothly.
You must have a self-hosted WordPress site (not WordPress.com).
Our WordPress Plugins will not work on WordPress.com installations.
We actively support our Plugins running the current and previous version of WordPress, and provide continued compatibility for the next Release Candidate version of WordPress.
We actively support our Plugins running on any PHP version that is listed as a “Currently Supported Version” at http://php.net/supported-versions.php
Given that older versions of PHP are no longer supported or maintained by the PHP team, it is strongly recommended that you keep your PHP version up to date, to avoid security and performance issues with your WordPress web sites in general.
Need WordPress Hosting?
Our Plugins work on most hosting environments. However, if you’re new to WordPress or looking for a recommendation, we recommend WP Engine, because:
- WordPress Versions are automatically updated, once tested to ensure stability,
- PHP Versions are automatically updated, once tested to ensure stability,
- WP-CLI is included, which some of our Plugins can optionally use for better performance.
Find out more about WP Engine.