You can install WP theme in two ways.
Method 1 – WordPress admin dashboard
– Navigate to Appearance > Themes > Add New.
– Choose theme zip file. Press the Install Now button to upload and install the theme
Method 2 – FTP
– Connect to your server via FTP software.
– Extract theme zip file and upload only extracted theme folder to /wp-content/themes/ folder on your server.
– Navigate to Appearance > Themes and activate theme.
Themes support one click demo data installation and you can install dummy content through Theme Options.
If you don’t want to import all of our dummy content or just need separate pages from our demo, also if you can’t use one-click import according to server settings Import of .xml files is your way.
We included all the demo versions and additional pages import to XML files folder of theme package. There you’ll be able to see .xml files and slider archives.
DO THE BACKUP OF THEME FILES AND DB BEFORE THEME UPDATE!
You can update theme in 3 ways:
– through FTP
– using Automatic Updates
– using Envato Toolkit plugin https://github.com/envato/envato-wordpress-toolkit
– or you may also use Easy Theme Update plugin http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/easy-theme-and-plugin-upgrades/ to backup your theme and upload the new version.
Please, re-save your theme options after upgrading the theme. Navigate to admin panel > Theme Options and hit Save changes. Read the documentation for detailed information.
ALWAYS DO BACKUP BEFORE UPDATING THEME. If you plan any changes in template files we recommend using child theme. Then you will be able to update theme and won’t lose your modifications. We have already created and included child theme https://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes in the theme package. You just need to find theme child folder in the theme package and upload it to /wp-content/themes/ folder.
Themes include a number of perfect third-party plugins that greatly increase the theme opportunities and open new horizons for your store/blog. The installation of included plugins will be required once after the theme activation.
In case if automatic plugin installation fails (as a rule it is because of your server settings), you can install them manually via your Dashboard: Plugins > Add New > Upload Plugin > Browse plugins archives. Or via FTP, by uploading and extracting the plugin zip files into wp-content/plugins folder.
You can find the zip files for plugins installation here.
To update free plugins just click on the update link from your Dashboard (Plugins > Installed Plugins).
To update premium plugins, connect to your server using FTP. Copy extracted plugins folders into wp-content/plugins/ . The latest versions of plugins you can find here.
All the premium plugins included in our theme are external and we have the right to build them into our theme as we purchase the Extended License for each of these plugins. The plugins run perfectly and are fully functional. There is no doubt that you can get the current plugin version directly from us. For that go to Downloads page and you’ll get access to all necessary archives. These plugins registration is not obligatory! The plugins are functioning perfectly without any activation. The plugin activation option was added in the plugin for the customers to get automatic updates and support directly from plugin developers. Only in case, you need these features you will need to purchase and register the plugin. This is not only our practice but all the theme authors from ThemeForest.
Our theme (and any other custom theme) isn’t compatible with all third-party plugins by default. Unfortunately it’s impossible for theme author to make the theme compatible with all existing plugins. All extensions are designed to work with default WordPress themes that’s why only default WordPress themes are compatible with all third-party plugins.
In this case, you need to customize either plugin or theme to make them work properly together.
If you have appropriate bits of knowledge you can do it by yourself (don’t forget about the child theme!). If you don’t – we recommend requesting developer help. Our customization team at your service.
The translation file default.pot you can find in the Translation Files folder in the theme package. Edit the .po file using POEdit http://www.poedit.net/ , use the translation field to make replacements. Read http://betterwp.net/wordpress-tips/create-pot-file-using-poedit how to do it right.
From the file menu, save the file with your language name e.g de_DE.po. It will generate both a .po and .mo files for your translation. Place these files into languages folder /wp-content/themes/your_theme_folder/languages.
Almost all our themes are WPML compatible which means you may create the multilanguage site and translate the template to such many languages as you need. To start go to WPML official site and purchase a recent version of plugin, including the String Translation and Translation Management modules.
Follow Getting Started Guide http://wpml.org/documentation/getting-started-guide/ after core WPML plugins installation.
To begin translation go to WPML > Theme and Plugin Localization. Click on Scan the theme for strings and you will see theme strings and which ones are translated or not. Then select WPML > String translation and a list of the strings in the theme will be available. Choose the string you need to translate and press the translation link to add translations to languages.
To translate the custom post types and taxonomies (static blocks, projects, testimonials), go to WPML > Translation Management. Select Multilingual Content Management.
Navigate to Custom Posts where you can choose the translations for Projects, Static Blocks, Testimonials.
Navigate to Custom taxonomies below, you’ll be able to choose the translations for Brands and Portfolio Categories.
Usually, PHP fatal error is not theme related problem. First of all, try to disable third-party plugins and check if it helps. If not – enable default WP theme. Do you still see the error? The solution is to google with exact error string or search on WP forums.
When the problem persists with our theme only contact with our support team.
As a rule, the problem is that some ( or several ) of plugins installed in your system include another version of the jQuery library after all our libraries were loaded. It overrides jQuery object with all jquery libraries that were loaded by our theme.
You can disable plugins one by one to find out which one makes the problem.
In case the problem persists with our theme only contact with our support team.
We aim to help our clients if they need additional information about the theme’s options and features or have any unresolved difficulties with the template. We are not able to provide support for code customization or third-party plugins!
To be helpful we prefer you contact us on Support Forum. We would be very grateful if you use ThemeForest comments for presale requests only or questions that are not related to support.
If you need advice with anything other than minor template customization, want to implement new functions or make theme compatible with third-party plugins we recommend to request developer help.
We are ThemeForest author. All questions regarding billing, refund etc should be addressed to Envato support http://support.envato.com/
Check also their knowledgebase: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/256/0/can-i-get-a-refund-for-an-item-i-have-purchased.
You should have a good reason to receive refund. Please, ask presale questions first to make sure that this theme will work for you, instead of asking for refund in the future.
Also if you faced any problems with theme don’t hurry to ask refund. Please, contact us on our support forum, via contact form on our site or at comments section on TF. We’ll try to solve all the issues you have.
If you created Static Block, but don’t see Visual Composer options to edit content it means that this post type is not selected in VC settings. Go to Visual Composer > Role Manager > Post types > Custom > check “staticblocks”.
Go to Settings > Reading > Front page displays > A static page > choose your Home and Blog pages.
By default you see the demo content of top widget area. If you need to change it go to Appearance > Widgets. To add real switchers WPML modules and WooCommerce WPML plugin should be installed.
First of all, you need to be sure that problem is related to our theme. For this, you need to disable all the third-party plugins and install/enable the official WooCommerce Theme – Storefront https://www.woothemes.com/storefront/ . If problem persists with our theme only, then contact us on Support Forum. In other cases read WooCommerce documentation http://docs.woothemes.com/documentation/plugins/woocommerce/woocommerce-user-guide/getting-started/ and search on WooCommerce forums http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/woocommerce or google with exact error.
This message appears after WooCommerce plugin update. Very likely you:
– updated theme to version compatible with WC but did not delete old files from the previous version mentioned in theme changelog. In this case, delete wp-content/themes/your_theme/woocommerce folder and upload woocommerce folder from the latest theme archive.
– you did not update theme to the version that supports the latest WooCommerce update. Then Check TF changelog and update theme.
If the latest version of theme does not have support of WC version you are using, please, wait till we release new theme update. If you have any critical compatibility problems contact us on Support Forum.