Download the Theme
First of all, thanks so much for purchased our item. We’re really appreciated it and hope you enjoy it!
If you have any questions that are beyond the scope of this help file, feel free to post at support.themechampion.com We will do our best to answer you in shortest of time (24-48 hours usually). Before contacting support, please make sure you have followed the setup guide as there may already exist the answer to your question there.
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
How to Install Theme
Before beginning the installation and configuring of your new theme, you must first have WordPress with latest version already installed on a server.
Step 1: Go to Appearance -> Themes then click to Add New
Step 2: Upload your downloaded 'envit' theme file, and then click on Install Now
Step 3: After the installation progress completed, click Activate to activate your theme.
Video tutorial: Upload & Install Theme, install and active required/recommended plugins, import demo data with single click : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtStwaoNUYc
1. After theme install, Just click the link to Begin installing plugins.
2. Next, check boxes to select all the plugins, select the bulk action of install from the dropdown box and then click the button to apply.
5. Finally, you will got a confirmation notice that your plugins are activated.
This theme offer One click demo data import solution. Go to Appearance >Theme Options > Demo Data Importer and click to Import Demo Data.
Importing can take a couple of minutes depending on your host, you should see a success confirmation when the importing is completed.
Step 1: Go to Appearance > Menu, enter your navigation name and click to Create Menu.
Step 2: Create new menu,Choose item from the left to menu area and Save.
The theme offer two Menu locations: Primary and Footer
Add your custom menu, drag any link/page/post to it and set menu location for it.
Theme options is a custom admin page to all of the theme's extensive configuration options. It allows users to change theme settings without modifying theme files or touching any code. 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.
To change Favicon, Enable / Disable Page Comment and RTL. go to Theme Options > General
To change the Layout
To change style of Header
To change style of Menu
To change the information of Titlebar
The theme option allow you to select from 500+ google fonts, You also can change font color, size, align etc..
In order to display social icons, you will need to:
Enter your social profile URL:
To change the Blog Settings
To change style of Footer
To import the demo data
To Import / Export the theme option settings
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/
tep 1: Go to Settings > Reading and select which page you would like for your font-page and blog page
tep 1: Go to Settings > Permalinks and select one from common settings
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:
From there you will be able to change primary menu typography such as font-family, font-size, color ... you can even style for dropdown menu and submenu arrow
From here you will be able to update the theme.
From here you will be able to translate the theme in your own language.
The theme comes with GetText Catalog file (.PO) which contains all strings that are specific to the theme and won't be translated when changing WordPress language itself. The files reside in /languages folder of the theme. To translate WordPress Find a list of language codes at http://www.wordpress.org in your Language. As an example, the language code for English is en_EN. Translating .PO file allows changing theme specific strings language. In order to translate .PO file follow proceeding instructions: 1. Download and Install POEdit Software from http://www.poedit.net/download.php POEdit is cross-platform gettext catalogs (PO files) editor which provides compact view of data and very effective user interface. 2. Extract the theme and copy the theme files into a new directory. 3. Now open the PoEdit application, and create a new catalog (File » New catalog). 4. From the menu, select Catalog » Settings and fill in all required information. 5. Click on the Paths tab and change the local path from 1st line to your path with theme files and click "OK" then update the catalog (Catalog » Update from sources) to verify that your path to the theme is correct. 6. Now you can start translating the theme by selecting each bold string in the list, and typing translation in editable area at the bottom. 7. After you have completed string translations, save your catalog by using the language code_COUNTRYCODE file naming convention, eg. as fr_FR, and upload the compiled catalog that was generated by PoEdit (eg. fr_FR.mo) to your server, in the theme language directory. 8. Now that you have a compiled translated file you need to instruct Wordpress to use it (if you’ve already installed Wordpress in another language you might have the next step done already). Open the file wp-config at the root of your Wordpress installation and look for the following code: define ('WPLANG', ''); If, per say, in our above example we translated to French then we saved our file as "fr_FR.mo" and need to change this line of code to: define ('WPLANG', fr_FR '); If everything is done correctly, you should now see the frontend of your site in translated strings. Important: Do not translate php values, such as %s, %2$s etc. Always include them in the translated string!