Using the official WordPress minimum WordPress requirements is always recommended, but wProject should work fine on PHP 7.0 or higher.
Demo : https://bit.ly/3Qlopix
Permalinks in WordPress settings need to be set as Post name. Activating wProject should do this automatically, but if not you’ll just need to manually change it in Settings -> Permalinks.
Important: wProject is a theme (not a plugin) and absolutely must be installed on a fresh instance of the latest version of WordPress. It will not integrate with your existing website or multi-site setup. It is a stand-alone theme and needs to be used as intended.
How do I enable the wProject theme?
After you’ve installed WordPress and uploaded wProject, login to admin, click on Appearance, select the wProject theme and click Activate.
Where can I find tutorials to use wProject?
The FAQ has all the answers you might need.
Project status, start and end dates, rate per hour, choose a project manager, add time and material costs, and apply a task group to quickly get a project started.
Easily spot which projects and tasks are on track and which ones have fallen off the rails.
Update tasks by dragging and dropping on the Kanban board.
Get granular by adding unlimited subtasks to any task.
Record and manage time on any task, even if it swaps hands.
Include any number of files to any task.
Is the cost of wProject once only or yearly?
That’s up to you.
12 months after initial purchase you have the option to renew your support license, but you don’t have to.
If you decide not to renew your license after 12 months, your product will continue to work as expected without any restrictions, but you simply will not be able to receive updates or be entitled to support.