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Getting Started with Dollie.

Option 1 - Self hosted

Install the Dollie Plugin on your existing WordPress Website

Install the Dollie plugin inside any of your existing WordPress installations. Once you have installed and activated the plugin you’ll be guided through the setup and you’ll be ready to go in minutes.


– Go to Plugins > Add New in your WordPress install.
– Search for Dollie
Activate Dollie from your Plugins page;

– Go to Plugins > Add New in your WordPress install.
Upload the zip file you just downloaded and press Activate

You should see a notice to start the Dollie Setup. During the setup you will create a free Dollie Partner account and connect to our API to start launching sites.

WordPress 5.0 or greater
PHP version 7.0 or greater
MySQL version 5.0 or greater
WooCommerce 4.0

PHP version 7.0 or greater
MySQL version 5.6 or greater
WordPress Memory limit of 64 MB or greater (128 MB or higher is preferred)

Yep, absolutely no problem there you can test Dolie locally or on staging/development without issues

Dollie requires WooCommerce to work. If you do not have it installed Dollie will let you install it automatically during setup.

Option 2 - Free hosting of your dollie site

Launch a Pre-Made WordPress site with Dollie installed

Launch a beautiful and fully configured pre-made WordPress installation with Dollie configured. Hosted for free on our infrastructure. Perfect if you want to try out Dollie separately from your existing website.

We’re proud of our infrastructure and we want you to be successful. That’s why we offer free hosting of your Dollie storefront to all of our partners.

We host plenty of partner storefronts and we do this for free. By doing this we’re also able to help you maximize performance for your storefront and help you scale once your business grows.

Absolutely, via the Partner Dashboard you get access to all the amazing features you can offer to your customers when using Dollie. Connect your domain, install plugins & themes, create backups and use developers tools like WP-CLI. 

No problem, you can use any WordPress backup or migration solution to copy/move the site to another host or server. Just like any other WordPress site.