WDesignKit Credit System: Explained

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Our pricing plans have a credit system, offering a flexible and cost-effective way to use WdesignKit Cloud Space.

What Are Credits and Why Do You Need Them?

WdesignKits gives you the ability to create templates and custom widgets. But when you save them on the WdesignKit cloud, each save takes up some space, and this space usage comes with a cost. So In WdesignKit, ‘credits’ act as the currency for paying these costs.

Also while creating a workspace and saving code snippets, credits get consumed.

Elements and Their Credit Costs:

cloud credit cost

How Do You Get These Credits?

With WdesignKit free plan you get 200 credits.

And with each pro plan, you get a certain number of extra credits. Explore all the plans here – https://wdesignkit.com/pricing

wdesignkit pricing plan

Get Credits with The Plus Addons for Elementor Pro and The Plus Blocks for Gutenberg Pro

If you have licenses for The Plus Addons for Elementor Pro and The Plus Blocks for Gutenberg Pro, you can activate them on WdesignKit to receive an additional 100 credits with each license. Follow this guide to activate your license keys in WdesignKit.

Note: If you activate both pro plugins’ licenses then you will get a total of 200 credits.

Where and How You Can Monitor Your Credit Balance:

Login to your Wdesignkit account and then go to Manage Licence > Activate  

Here you can see your credit balance.

wdesignkit credit chart

Let’s Understand the Pie Chart

At the center, you can see the total number of credits you got.

The colorful highlighted section on the chart indicates the credits you’ve used for each element.

  • Purple indicates Templates
  • Orange indicates Widgets
  • Green indicates Workspace

Hover over this colored area to see the exact number of credits used for a specific element.

The Light pink color indicates the unused credits you have.

The right side of the pie chart shows the number of templates, widgets, and workspaces you’ve saved on the cloud.

In the free plan, there are limitations on saving. For example, you can save up to 70 templates, 10 widgets, and 1 workspace, as shown in the image above. If you reach these limits, you cannot save additional elements even if you have available credits.

However, with the pro plans, you can save an unlimited number of templates, widgets, and workspaces, within the limits of your available credits.

wdesignkit credit chart pro

How Will the Credits Be Used/Spent?

Let’s say you have 20 credits in your account. If you save 2 templates 1 widget and 1 workspace, the calculation would be as follows:

  • 2 Templates = 2 credits used
  • 1 Widget = 5 credits used
  • 1 Workspace = 10 credits used

Total Credits Used => 2 + 5 + 10 = 17 credits

Remaining Credits => 20 – 17 = 3 credits

Note: If you’re low on credits and continue to save elements, previously saved elements become inaccessible. Continuing the above example, if you only have 3 credits left and save a new widget, the old widget will become inaccessible while the new one will be saved.

How Can You Refill the Credits?

If you run out of credits, you can easily purchase extra credits or upgrade your plan and continue saving your work.

You can also free up credits by deleting unnecessary templates, widgets, or workspaces from the cloud.