From now on you can test extensions on localhost. No further actions needed. Please disregard all steps below. See this FAQ for more info.
True, we do not issues licenses for localhost due to security issues and piracy.
However there is still a legal way for you to test your site on your localhost. Here is what you can do:
1. Contact Plumrocket tech support (https://store.plumrocket.com/contacts/
) and request additional testing license for a subdomain.
So if your "live domain" is "domain.com" then testing license can be anything like: "test.domain.com" or "dev.domain.com" or even "localhost.domain.com".
Remember: you can use up to three testing subdomain with each extension purchased on our store.
2. Now follow this link http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/27350/beginner-geek-how-to-edit-your-hosts-file/
to see 3 examples for each OS type (Windows, Ubuntu, Mac OS). You will need to edit "hosts" file in your OS. I have also attached pdf copy of How-To Geek page in case if it will not work for you.
The basic idea is to find this line in hosts file:
add your testing subdomain and save hosts file, so your file looks like this:
127.0.0.1 localhost test.domain.com
Where test.domain.com is your testing subdomain.
Now open test.domain.com in your browser and it should load from your localhost webserver.
Hope this helps!