To get auto updates, or if you want to update the plugins yourself, you 'll need to purchase your own license from Codecanyon.net
You can also get plugin updates each time the theme is updated, but for that you'll need to wait for the next update.
Also, you do not need to activate the plugin to use them. You can purchase your own licence to activate them to receive automatic updates.
While Fuel Themes are 100% confident in the design quality and functionality of all our WordPress themes, we understand that sometimes things just don’t work out.
Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our refund policy. It could save us both a lot of time in the unlikely eventuality that you are not satisfied with your purchase.
No refunds at all can be granted after 30 days of the original purchase.
By issuing a refund, you will no longer be entitled to contact support or use the product (the license code will become invalid and updates will not work).
You can change the logo from Appearance > Theme Options.
If you are getting an "undefined" error on your Theme Options when you are trying to import demo content, this is due to your WordPress installation not having direct "write file" permissions.
There is only one short line of code needed to set the filesystem method for your WordPress site.
This line of code has to be added to wp-config.php file of your WordPress install. First search the wp-config.php file for “FS_METHOD” in case that it’s already defined. If that’s the case, then just change the value to “direct”. Otherwise add this line:
So the code in wp-config.php will look like this:
define('FS_METHOD', 'direct'); /* That's all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */
You 'll need to transate the phrases on 'woocommerce' domain. For that, you can use a plugin like https://wordpress.org/plugins/codestyling-localization/
Where can I find the importable slider files?
The importable slider files are part of the main theme package you're downloading from ThemeForest. Inside the zip file Slider Exports.zip, you'll find an importable .zip file for each slider.
The Revolution Slider allows you to easily export/import your slides. It’s always a good idea to backup your slides so you can easily import them again if you ever need to. Making animated slides takes a lot of time, make sure you export the data so you don’t ever lose the time you’ve spent on them. The Revolution Slider requires you to export each slider individually. Export each slide you have made and it will give you an individual zip file that contains all the necessary files.
New to Revolution Slider?
Read more in the plugin's documentation:
You need to first extract file you've downloaded from ThemeForest, theme is inside of this zip file along with documentation, license, psds and other files. You need to upload only theme folder to your WordPress.
This might be helpfull:
Please open themename/inc/visualcomposer.php and delete:
Please fill out the form on our website: http://fuelthemes.net/theme-customization/
You can download the latest version of theme documentation from below urls:
The Voux: https://infinit.io/_/3kSNCht
Your server probably has an old version of PHP installed. You can either upgrade or use the solution given here:
You can set it inside Appearance > Customize > Site Identity
You can find the email list inside themefolder/inc/subscribers.csv
If the import stalls and fails to respond after a few minutes, or it fails with a simple error message like “Import failed,” You are suffering from PHP configuration limits that are set too low to complete the process. You should contact your web host and ask them to increase those limits to a minimum as follows:
You can verify your PHP configuration limits by installing a simple plugin found here. And you can also check your PHP error logs to see the exact error being returned.
WP_Debug is a constant that when enabled will display any PHP errors on the front-end of your site, this is the most useful tool when troubleshooting your site for errors. If disabled and your site has an error you may see a blank screen or content missing on the site but no error message, that makes it nearly impossible to figure out the problem. Personally I keep WP_Debug enabled on all my sites so if I install a new plugin or update a theme I’ll know right away if there are any errors and be able to contact the developer to fix them or fix them myself.
Below are the steps required to enable WP_Debug for your WordPress installation.
define( 'WP_DEBUG', true );