Getting Started

    To install this theme, you must have a working version of WordPress already installed. For information in regard to installing the WordPress platform, please see the WordPress Codex –

    When you are ready to install a theme, you must first upload the theme files and then activate the theme itself. The theme files can be uploaded in two ways:

    • FTP Upload: Using your FTP program, upload the unzipped theme folder into the /wp-content/themes/ directory on your server.
    • WordPress Upload: Navigate to Appearance > Add New Themes > Upload. Go to browse, and select the zipped theme file. Click “Install Now” and the theme will be uploaded and installed..

    Once the theme is uploaded, you need to activate it. Go to Appearance > Themes and activate your chosen theme.

    Once activated, a new menu item will appear on the left admin menu named Theme Options“. It’s important to click that menu item and “Save” the default options.


    Importing demo content into a WordPress theme

    1. Log-in to your WordPress backend and click on Tools>Import in the left menu. You will see a list of systems that can import posts into WordPress, such as Blogger, Blogroll etc…import1
    2. Click on WordPress, as we are going to be importing posts and other content from the demo installation. This will open a pop-up that will allow you to install the WordPress Importer plugin.import2
    3. Read through the description to see what things can be imported; posts, categories, comments, custom fields and more are included. Once ready, click on ‘Install Now’ at the bottom right of the pop-up.
    4. WordPress will download and install the plugin package from the repository; once complete, you’ll be given the option of activating and opening the plugin, or returning to the list of importer options. Click on ‘Activate Plugin and Run Importer’.

    Installation of WordPress importer complete

    The importer will open, and you will be able to choose an import file. Since we don’t have anything to import yet, you can leave things for now. Should you wish to open the importer later, just click on Tools>Import>WordPress.

    Now we need to get the file that contains the sample data for import. Follow these steps:

    1. Download the XML file that contains the data to be imported by visiting this link. You will see a list of theme names, each linking to their respective XML file. Since the linked file is an XML file your browser will try to display it rather than downloading, so to download the file:In Safari: Right or control-click on the link and select ‘Download linked file’. This will download a file called theme_name.xml, where “theme_name” is (wait for it…) the theme name.In Chrome: Right-click on the link and select ‘Download link as…’. A dialogue box will open to specify where the download should be saved. The name will default to ‘theme_name.xml’, so just leave this as default and save the file.In Firefox: Right-click on the link and select ‘Save link as…’. A dialogue box will open where you can specify the save location; as with the other browsers the name will default to “theme_name.xml” so leave this as it is.
    2. Log-in to your WordPress backend and open your WordPress importer (Tool>Import>WordPress).
    3. Click on ‘Choose file’ and select your newly-downloaded theme_name.xml.import3
    4. Click ‘Upload file and import’. You will taken to the Import WordPress screen with two areas; Assign Authors and Import Attachments.import4
    5. The ‘Assign Authors’ area will let you import the username of the content creator to your WordPress installation, create a new author for the content to be attached to, or assign the content you are importing to an existing author in your WordPress installation. Depending on the type of theme content being imported there may only be one or two authors to import, or there may be as many as ten, especially if the theme includes BuddyPress as each demo user has its own content. One of the following options must be chosen for each user:
      1. If left blank: The original username will be added to your user list and the imported content assigned to him.
      2. If a name is entered in the ‘create new user with login name’ field: The name specified in the field will be used to create a new user, that will have the imported content assigned to it.
      3. If a user is selected from the ‘assign posts to an existing user’ drop-down box: The content will be imported and assigned to the existing user selected in the drop-down box.

      If you have existing content you may find it useful to import the original users, as this will make it easier to locate and remove the demo content as you begin to customize the theme and implement your own content.

    6. Click the tick-box next to ‘Download and import file attachments’ to include media such as images from the posts in the import.
    7. Click the ‘Submit’ button to run the import process. After a few moments, you will receive a confirmation message to say that the process has finished.

    Import of demo content complete

    The demo content will now be available in your WordPress installation, and you can move on to installing and configuring the widgets to match the demo!


    How to Add Icon For Menu?

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    Choosing your optional  icon


    1. Copy text Select Chosenmenumenu
    2. Press Check CSS Classes To Show  CSS Classes field in Menu
    3. Input Text in Textbox CSS Classes (optional)
    4. Click Save Menu

    Change Size Icon

    To increase icon sizes relative to their container, use the fa-lg (33% increase), fa-2x, fa-3x, fa-4x, or fa-5x classes.

    Example :   fa fa-home fa-2x



    Access  Responsive Design /Body Layout /Breadcrumbs/ Time Format For Post / Custom code  you want and click Save All Changes button

    Header Layout

    Access  Position  /Height / Margin /Sticky for Header And Navbar you want and click Save All Changes button

    Logo And Favicon

    To upload header logo, access   Position/ Logo Type/Width/ Height / Margin Top / Alignment then add the logo image to Site Logo option as you want. With Favicon icon,  After finishing all, click Save & Publish button

    Header Options

    Access  Advanced options  Menu/ Login Form/ Search Form/Socail Icons / Breacking News you want and click Save All Changes button

    Slider Settings

    Access   8 Slider Layout   /Slider Background Color / Query Type want and click Save All Changes button


    Homapage Layout

    Drug & Drop Layout in Homepage and Block  Options  you want and click Save All Changes button



    Access  Blog in Homepage /Blog Title/ 10 Blog Layout/limit Length  /Read More Link /Post Meta/ want and click Save All Changes button


    Access   7 Single Template /Post Tags /Light Box Image /Post Meta Settings/Share Post Settings /Author Bio Settings ,Related Posts Settings want and click Save All Changes button


    To manage sidebars and widgets, access  Widgets /  Margin Top / Position you want and click Save All Changes button

    Footer Options

    Access   Top Footer / Bottom Footer / Input Html,Text  you want and click Save All Changes button

    Ads Settings

    Access   Using Widgets  / Custom  Banner In header / Banner In Top Content / Banner In Bottom Content/Banner In Above Article/ Banner In Below Article you want and click Save All Changes button


    Change Style Body /Wrapper/Header  / Footer want and click Save All Changes button

    Post Styling

    Change Style Posts  / Widget  want and click Save All Changes button

    Social Networking

    Insert your Custom link to Show the Social icon. Leave blank to hide icon want and click Save All Changes button


    Access   Font Family /Font size/ Line Height want and click Save All Changes button


    Choosing Predefined Demo layout styling Import want and click Import Predefined Styles button

    Backup Options

    You can use the two buttons below to backup your current options, and then restore it back at a later time. This is useful if you want to experiment on the options but would like to keep the old settings in case you need it back.