WordPress server requirements for Version 3.2+
- PHP version 5.2.4 or greater
- MySQL version 5.0.15 or greater or any version of MariaDB
- (Optional) (Required for Multisite) Apache mod_rewrite module (for clean URIs known as Permalinks)
To install this theme you must have a working version of WordPress. Please refer to WordPress documentation for further instructions. You can download the latest version of WordPress here
Template System special requirement
- PHP memory_limit = 1024
If you’re working on localhost (your PC), we recommend you to use XAMPP as the best Apache for Joomla! CMS.
Hosting / Server
- WordPress 3.8 or higher
- PHP 5.3.29 or higher
- MySQL 5.0 or higher
- Apache mod_rewrite module must be enabled
This theme is tested under Mac, Windows, and Linux. Compatible Browsers: IE9+, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera
Upload & Install
Install Theme package (Theme Style Only)
Before installing the Free Theme Package, you must make sure that you have installed WordPress. You can download the latest version of WordPress here.
Install Free Template Package: Theme package use for a new website that you want to build content from zero without sample data like demo, or using for your website with existing data. At the Customer Area, please download the file Theme Install Package ([theme-name]-wordpress-theme-install-package-free.zip). Following steps as below to install the Theme package:
Step1: Login to your WordPress admin page (normally it’s http://yourdomain.com/wp-admin/).
Step 2: Navigate to Appearance > Themes.
Step 3: Click “Add New” and browse file “[theme-name]-wordpress-theme-install-package.zip“ Click “Install”, then click “Active” new Theme and it’s ready to show. Go to front-end, you will see changes on your website. If you installed on existing website, just go to Menu, re-pick new menu location, and reput widgets.
You can put Logo, custom widgets, etc via Appearance > Customize. See more on “Theme Customization” part below.
For layout builder, we recommend you with Elementor Page Builder plugin, just download FREE version and install it via Plugins > Add New, then you can build page layout easily.
For building shopping cart website, you just download WooCommerce plugin and install it via Plugins > Add New.
Using the WordPress Customizer, you can edit your theme options and preview the changes before publishing them to your live site.
Once you’ve activated a theme, you’ll see several default WordPress settings. The available settings will vary depending upon which theme is activated.
To get started, go to Appearance > Customize to access the customizer. Once the customizer is open, you’ll see a menu on the left and a preview of your site on the right:
The customizer menu on the left side shows various options that are available for editing in your theme. You can choose from options such as Site Identity, menus, and more. The exact options available depend upon which theme you’ve activated.
On the right side, you’ll see a live, interactive preview so that you can test each option in your theme. All changes will appear as you select them.
To see the settings available within each option, click the title to open the expanded view. Remember, the available settings will be different for each theme.
- To see the interactive preview in full-screen mode, click the Collapse triangle at the bottom of the menu on the left side.
- When you are finished making all your changes, click Save & Publish. If you decide you do not want to save the changes you’ve made, click the X to close the editor and dismiss your changes.
Let’s go over some of the common options available in the customizer.
[Getting Started | Help & Guides]
This section provides some basic steps for getting started. It is recommended that you follow these steps for a better start. Also, don’t forget to check the buttons below the instructions for more information and to make the most out of your new theme.
You can change or update your theme background colors right from WordPress Customizer. This option will vary depending on which theme is activated on your website. Just pick the color you want. Use the Default button in case you’d like to revert to the default colors.
Custom Color Variables
With the Custom Color Variables settings built right into WordPress Customizer, you can now change the default colors used across the entire theme globally and/or in one place. Set the color for the Top Head, Header Bar, Menu Custom, Sub Menu Custom, Footer, and Copyright. Define your project/brand colors in one place and keep everything nice & organized.
Click the Default button next to the color code inside each option if you want to reset it back to the theme’s original color.
Site Identity & Upload Logo
You can set your site title, tagline, and upload your site icon (favicon) here. If you have activated a theme that doesn’t include the Header Image setting (see below), you can also choose whether you’d like to display an Image logo or Dynamic text for your site title. Almost all our themes, however, do include the Header Image setting.
Most of our themes come with custom background support via WordPress Customizer that allows you to easily set a background image to your WordPress site.
To add or change a background image, click on the Background Image option. The panel will now slide in and show you the options to upload or select a background image for your website. Select one and hit Publish to apply your image.
Click Default to reset it to the original settings in case you want to undo all your changes.
You can create and edit menus, as well as manage their location, within the Customizer. The available menu locations will depend upon which theme is activated on your site.
Click Menu Locations to see the available locations in your theme.
Use the drop-downs to select a navigation menu to display in each available location. Or, if you prefer, you can set both locations to “Select” (in other words, turn them off) and use a Custom Menu widget in a widget area instead.
– Click Add a Menu to create a new menu. Alternatively, you can click on the name of an existing menu to edit it.
– Give the new menu a name and click Create Menu.
– Click Add Items to begin adding links to the navigation menu.
– Click the titles to open the expanded view of the options or use the search field to locate items for the menu. When you’re finished adding all the menu items, click Save & Publish to preserve your settings.
Watch the video below for detailed instructions:
Some themes offer unique widget areas where you can add widgets to display important information. The exact widget areas available will depend upon which theme is currently active on your site.
Click on any available widget area to open a new panel where you can add and configure widgets.
In the new, open panel, click Add a Widget to display the available widgets that you can add to this widget area.
You’ll see a list of all the available widgets you can add to the available widget areas. You can click directly on any widget you’d like to add. Scroll down the list or use the Search widgets box at the top to locate the one you’d like to use.
Note: You can click the Collapse link at the bottom corner of the screen to temporarily hide the customizer and preview your changes in full-screen mode. After selecting a widget, you can configure it however you’d like and then click Save & Publish to preserve your changes.
You can also click Reorder to rearrange the widgets into the order you prefer or to select a new widget area to move the widget into.
Click Done when finished and then click Save & Publish to preserve your changes.
Home page settings
The default setting for the front page is Your latest posts. This setting allows you to display a blog-style front page. You can, however, select any page in your site to be displayed as the front page instead of your latest posts. You can also select which page will display your blog posts. This page should be different from the one you’ve selected for the static front page and should not be set to use the Blog Page template.
Add your own CSS code here to customize the appearance and layout of your site. Learn more about CSS(opens in a new window)
When using a keyboard to navigate:
- In the editing area, the Tab key enters a tab character.
- To move away from this area, press the Esc key followed by the Tab key.
- Screen reader users: when in forms mode, you may need to press the escape key twice.
The edit field automatically highlights code syntax. You can disable this in your user profile(opens in a new window) to work in plain text mode.
This is ‘Posts‘ in WordPress and you can use it to build a blog for your page. – Go to Posts > Add New to add a new post. You can add various types of item to your post: Video, Audio, Gallery, Quote.
FAQs & Support System
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