First of all, thanks so much for purchased our item. We’re really appreciated it and hope you enjoy it!
To download the theme log into your ThemeForest account and go to ThemeForest download page. Locate to the theme you had purchased (our theme) and then download the installable WordPress file only
Now that you've downloaded our theme and here is how to install it.
Before beginning the installation and configuring of your new theme, you must first have WordPress with latest version already installed on a server.
2. WordPress Upload. This is definitely the easier route for most. Simply navigate to Appearance › Add New Themes › Upload. Click the “browse” button and locate the still zipped theme folder. The theme will be uploaded and installed in a matter of seconds
Step 1: Go to Appearance -> Themes then click to Add New
Step 2: Upload your installable theme file you had download from guide above, and then click Install Now
Step 3: After the installation progress completed, click Active to active your theme.
Video tutorial: Upload & Install Theme, install and active required/recommended plugins, import demo data with single click : https://www.youtube.com/embed/xeZ1rW3_3Xs
Once you have installed and activated our theme you will be prompted to install required and recommended plugins. Just click the link to begin installing plugins.
Next, check boxes to select all the plugins you want to install, select the bulk action of install from the dropdown box and then click the button to apply.
Select the plugins you had installed, and then apply the bulk action to activate them.
Finally, you will got a confirmation notice that your plugins were activeded.
Video tutorial: Upload & Install Theme, install and active required/recommended plugins, import demo data with single click : CHANGE HERE
Just 3 steps:
Importing can take a couple of minutes depending on your host, you should see a sucess confirmation when the importing is completed.
That's all, your site now look exactly as our demo and ready to use.
If the script auto importing demo data doesn't works with your host, we had included sample data within the theme files, take a look at the file content.xml
Here are these step for manual importing demo files:
This theme come with Revolution Slider premium license, in order to understand how the slider works and how to work with it, I prefer you read it's documentation live at http://revolution.themepunch.com/documentation/
These settings and build specially for this theme, look at the image below to see all page settings
Here is how page header look like:
This theme includes support for the Visual Composer plugin. Visual Composer come with a lots of drag and drop modules to quickly and easily building your pages.
I perfer you read it's documentation live at https://wpbakery.atlassian.net/wiki/display/VC/Visual+Composer+Pagebuilder+for+WordPress to know how it works.
Here is how it works with our theme:
Our theme include own custom shortcodes
The options panel is home to all of the theme's extensive configuration options. To view the panel, navigate to the Theme Options in the left-hand menu. Here you have the ability to alter many core aspects that make up how your theme looks and behaves. Any of the options that have some ambiguity to them conviently have descriptions to explain their purpose
Although, all of our themes are optimized by with H1, H2, H3, H4, H5 tags, clean code, HTML5 but if you want to get higher ranking on search engines, you must need some help from SEO plugins and Google Pagespeed Service:
In order to use auto update feature, go to Theme Option -> One Click Update. From there you will need to enter your ThemeForest (or Envato) Username and ThemeForest Secret API key which you can get one by go ThemeForest Settings -> API keys section.
After that, when new version of the theme is release, you will see a theme update notification from your WordPress dashboard. Simply click update the theme and you will good to go.
If you have any troubles while using auto update ( It is likely to be a permissions issue ) then you may want to manually update the theme via FTP or Cpanel.
Download the latest version of the theme on ThemeForest download page and simply replace with the old one via FTP or Cpanel.
Our themes contains a language file with the file ending .pot ( in theme-name/languages/theme-name.pot ) which you can use to translate the theme. The .pot file is basically a list of all the text lines used in the theme files in English language.
Method #1: Using Codestyling Plugin
The easiest way to translate your theme locally is by using the Codestyling Localization plugin. After you have installed and activated the plugin, simply go to Tools > Localization (shown in your language) and translate the theme from your WordPress backend following the plugin instructions.
In case you’re an experienced computer user, you may want to use Poedit to translate your theme (see below), which is more complex but faster.
Method #2: Using Poedit
Poedit is a common program which you can use to translate the theme. It’s available for free on poedit.net.
After you have installed Poedit, you can open it and select File > New Catalog from POT file. Then select the .pot file from the theme you wish to translate which you can find in the /includes/lang/ or /languages/ folder of your theme.
Then go through every line of text and translate it to your native language. Afterwards you can save the catalog with your language code (for example es_ES.po). Normally Poedit automatically creates the .mo file and saves it, too.
The last step you have to do is to upload your created language files to the language folder of your theme using FTP.
Tell WordPress which language file to useIf you don’t use WordPress in your native language so far, you have to tell WordPress which language to use to activate the theme translation.
You can do this by editing the wp-config.php file (the file is located in the main directory of your WordPress files) and defining the WPLANG constant. You have to set your language code there, for example fr_FR for French translation.
Just add the line below to your wp-config.php or change it if it already exists:
define ('WPLANG', 'fr_FR');