Are all the plugins made to work only with your template?

I can’t use any other template? I’m using Betheme.

  • Adam Czajczyk
    • Support Gorilla

    Hey Eli,

    I hope you’re well today and thank you for your question!

    Our plugins are not limited to our themes only in any way!

    We do our best to make them compatible with as many themes as possible but please note that although we do follow official WordPress Codex standards, there’s a lot of different themes from various developers.

    Not each and every theme does follow standards, therefore it’s sometimes hard to maintain the compatibility with all of them.

    That being said, if you’re experiencing any troubles in getting any of our plugins to work please let me know. Please describe the nature of the problem, give as many information regarding the particular theme, its behavior and your entire setup as you can and I’ll gladly help you resolve the issue.



  • Eli
    • WPMU DEV Initiate

    Thank you for your fast reply, maybe instead of problem let me explain what I’m trying to do:

    The website is for real estate agent that I want to register and have free basic website and they can buy other features if they interested!

    I don’t know where to start and how I can make this automated.

    I tried to use the site pro it looked really bad on my theme, then i tried to go with membership route when I activated it made my theme crash and some of the plugins didn’t load. I’m not sure how much your support covers but I would appropriated if you can help or give me some advice on this.

    Best Regards


  • Adam Czajczyk
    • Support Gorilla

    Hey Eli!

    Thanks for clarifying this!

    I tried to use the site pro it looked really bad on my theme,

    As I said previously, it’s hard to keep every plugin fully compatible with any theme – in terms of the design. Usually some parts (especially content displayed on front end pages) may need some custom CSS styling. Of course you are always welcome to ask questions if you require assistance!

    i tried to go with membership route when I activated it made my theme crash and some of the plugins didn’t load

    I can’t say now what could cause this but my colleagues and I we’re here to help you in such cases.

    As for your site. I think the basic roadmap and a good starting point would be as follows:

    1. Setup a WordPress Multisite (subdomain install)

    2. Install and setup all the plugins to make your entire network fully functional. This would include:

    – basic plugins that would be network-activated on all sub-sites from the start

    – all the plugins for your main site

    3. Install and setup all the additional plugins that you’d later offer access to as a premium features

    4. Choose and install all the themes you’d need: both those you’d offer for free and as a payed add-ons

    5. Install our Domain Mapping plugin to allow users use their own domain with their sites. This plugin allows you also to sell domains (you’d only register for eNom’s reseller’s account). You can also make “domain mapping” and/or purchasing a premium feature later

    6. Install our Pro Sites plugin as it allows you to create multiple levels/plans that users can sign-up for. There can be a free plan and as many payed plans as you wish. If there’d be any issues in getting this to work and/or look as you wish, I’d be glad to assist you on setting it up.

    7. You may also want to take a look at our New Blog Templates plugin:

    This is a really cool tool that lets you create some “ready websites” (pre-made configurations including themes, plugins and settings) that your users can choose from for start and then add premium features.

    I know you’re worried about how it all tie together and if such a setup will look and work fine. I can assure you that many members of our community use the same or similar configuration to run their businesses and in case of any trouble, I’ll be happy to assist you!



  • Predrag Dubajic
    • Support

    Hi @eli,

    Hope you’re well :slight_smile:

    Since the question is not closely related would you mind opening new thread in proper category and provide us with more details about the issue you are having.

    What does happen when you activate the plugins?

    Did you try deactivating other plugins installed on your site to check for conflicts?

    Are you seeing any errors?

    Please open new thread and include info about the issue guided by my questions above and we will be right with you :slight_smile:

    You can start a new thread here:

    Best regards,


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