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Moving finished website (licence) from localhost to live site

Can you please describe the proper process of moving the licence of a finished BeTheme website from my localhost to customer's live site?
I have been working on my localhost development and finally finished the website. I have also activated the licence on my localhost.
Now I need to move the entire site to but the licence is not working, because it has been registered to my localhost.
Thank you.


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  • edited January 14
    migrating the website is easy. My concern is about the licence, which does not get migrated to the client's live server. The theme has been registered to my localhost (development) and now I cannot register the theme again on the new domain.
    How can I transfer the licence / theme registration to the new domain?

    Thank you for your help.
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