How To Nulled WordPress Plugin

There might be instances when you need to null a WordPress plugin. Whether you’re trying to gain access to premium features for testing or to remove any licensing restrictions, nulled plugins can provide a temporary solution. In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through the process of nulling a WordPress plugin.

Disclaimer: Nulling a plugin is a breach of its terms and conditions, and we don’t endorse or support the distribution of nulled plugins. This tutorial is for educational purposes only. Always support the plugin developers by purchasing the original version.

What You’ll Need

  • A WordPress plugin you want to null
  • A code editor, such as Notepad++, Sublime Text, or Visual Studio Code
  • Basic knowledge of PHP and WordPress functions

Step 1: Locate the License Verification Code

Open the plugin files in your chosen code editor. Look for the file that contains the license verification code, which is typically located in the plugin’s main file or the file responsible for handling licensing and updates. For example, if the plugin is called “example-plugin,” you might find the code in example-plugin.php or includes/licensing.php.

Search within the file for terms like “license”, “key”, “activation”, or “validation”. You should find a function or a block of code that verifies the license key or activation status of your plugin.

Step 2: Null the License Verification Code

To null the plugin, simply bypass the license check by modifying the code. One of the most common ways to do this is by changing the return value of the license check function to true (indicating that the plugin is activated) or by commenting out the entire function. Here’s an example:

function example_plugin_license_check() {
    // Comment out the original code
    /* if (license_key_is_valid()) {
        return true;
    } else {
        return false;
    } */

    // Return true to bypass the license check
    return true;

In some cases, the license verification code may use a WordPress filter or action. In this case, you can remove the filter or action to disable it. For example:

// Remove the license check filter
remove_filter( 'pre_update_option_example_plugin_license_key', 'example_plugin_key_check' );

// Or remove the license check action
remove_action( 'admin_init', 'example_plugin_nag' );

Step 3: Test the Nulled Plugin

Once you’ve made the necessary changes, save the edited files and upload the nulled plugin to your WordPress site. You should now have access to the premium features without any licensing restrictions.

Keep in mind that using nulled plugins comes with risks, such as exposure to malware, lack of support, and potential legal issues. We strongly recommend purchasing the original plugin to support the developers and to ensure a secure, well-supported product.