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This wordpress theme is Responsive

This tutorial will show how to install Templatic WordPress premium themes. Just follow the below steps.

Step 1: Login to Member Area

  • Head over to templatic.com and click on Member Login.
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  • Enter your User ID and password and click on Login.
  • Now you will be redirected to your Members Area.
  • Click on the theme name and then the download process would start. All the themes which you purchased would be listed here
  • Save the file to your Computer

Step 2: Uploading theme

  • After downloading the file, unzip it and a folder would be created with that theme name
  • Now we have to upload the theme to wp-content/themes
  • For this we will be using a FTP client like FileZilla
  • FileZilla is a free software and it can be downloaded from here
  • Now open FileZilla and your hosting provider must have provided you the FTP details. Insert those details like Host, username, password and port and click on ´Quickconnect´ or simply press Enter
  • Navigate to public_html > wp-content > themes (On the server, which is in the right hand side)
  • And in the left hand side, which is your computer, navigate to the path where you have downloaded the theme. Simply right click on the theme´s folder and click on ´Upload´. That´s it, your theme has been uploaded.

Step 3: Activating the theme

  • Now login to your WordPress Admin area and navigate to Appearance > Themes
  • Here you would be able to see the theme name and screenshot, just click on Activate.

So now your theme is activated and its also populated with some added dummy content to help you get started. If you do not want that dummy content then click on Yes Delete Please!.
So this is how you can install Templatic theme. Now go ahead and customize it according to your needs.2

Still having issues installing the theme? Watch our theme installation video tutorial:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFN95RM_jJQ

Step 4: Login to Member Area

  • Head over to templatic.com and click on Member Login.
  • ,

  • Enter your User ID and password and click on Login.
  • Now you will be redirected to your Members Area.
  • Click on the theme name and then the download process would start. All the themes which you purchased would be listed here
  • Save the file to your Computer

Step 5: Uploading theme

  • After downloading the file, unzip it and a folder would be created with that theme name
  • Now we have to upload the theme to wp-content/themes
  • For this we will be using a FTP client like FileZilla
  • FileZilla is a free software and it can be downloaded from here
  • Now open FileZilla and your hosting provider must have provided you the FTP details. Insert those details like Host, username, password and port and click on ´Quickconnect´ or simply press Enter

Automatic Updates

You can update the Supreme WordPress theme automatically with a few clicks !

Update the Supreme WordPress theme automatically

While updating the theme Sometimes you may have got an error like

“Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 34554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 2348617 bytes) in /home4/xxxx/public_html/wp-includes/plugin.php on line xxx”

This error occurs because of exceeding the default WordPress memory limit. Also if you have a Blog with a high traffic and have installed lots of plugins, then its advisable to increase this memory limit.

Lets first increase the WordPress memory by editing a file named as “wp-config.php” (This file would be in the root of your WordPress installation)

Open this file and find this:

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While updating the theme Sometimes you may have got an error like

“Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 34554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 2348617 bytes) in /home4/xxxx/public_html/wp-includes/plugin.php on line xxx”

This error occurs because of exceeding the default WordPress memory limit. Also if you have a Blog with a high traffic and have installed lots of plugins, then its advisable to increase this memory limit.

Lets first increase the WordPress memory by editing a file named as “wp-config.php” (This file would be in the root of your WordPress installation)

Open this file and find this:

While updating the theme Sometimes you may have got an error like

“Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 34554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 2348617 bytes) in /home4/xxxx/public_html/wp-includes/plugin.php on line xxx”

This error occurs because of exceeding the default WordPress memory limit. Also if you have a Blog with a high traffic and have installed lots of plugins, then its advisable to increase this memory limit.

Lets first increase the WordPress memory by editing a file named as “wp-config.php” (This file would be in the root of your WordPress installation)

Open this file and find this:

Use MegaMenu Widget with its Plugin

Mega menu is something that enhances your menu bar i.e. navigation bar´s effect visually. It looks and works awesome.

Want to display so many pages and categories in your menu ? We have a MegaMenu for you.

Hover over Theme Features or Shop menu item to see the mega menu in action.

If you´re new to WordPress and website management in general you might be confused when someone says something like ´Overwrite xxxx.php in your /library/functions folder and xxxx.css in your /skins folder´. What we mean by that is that you need to connect to your site using an FTP client, navigate to the mentioned folder and overwrite (more on how to do this later).
Sometimes we say things like ´You need to make changes inside xxxx.php located in your theme root around line 100´. What we mean by that is that you need to connect to your site, navigate to that file, download it to your hard drive, edit it and upload it back. Sounds tricky – but it´s far from it.

To successfully connect to your server you´ll need 2 things:

1. FTP client
FTP client is a program you will use to connect to your server. We´ll be using FileZilla during this tutorial. You can download it here
2. FTP account
Most people get an FTP account from their hosting provider. In case you didn´t receive one or you forgot the information contact your hosting provider or create one yourself. In case you´re using cPanel follow this tutorial. If you´re using Plesk as a server management software following this tutorial

Connecting to your server

1. Open FileZilla

2. Enter your FTP account details in the boxes at the top left corner. In most cases you can leave ´Port´ empty

3. If you entered everything correctly the panel on the right should populate with some folders and files. The left panel is showing your hard-disk files

How to find my theme files?

In the right panel find a public_html folder (or htdocs on Windows servers). Open that folder. If you installed WordPress in the root folder of your site you should see three folders called wp-admin, wp-content and wp-includes. All theme files are located in the wp-content folder; more specifically, the themes folder inside wp-content. A lot of times you´ll hear us say the term theme root. Theme root means you need to navigate to the first/parent folder of your theme. The path will be something like public_html/wp-content/themes/your_theme_name

How to install a theme?

Installing themes using FTP is really easy – drag-n-drop easy. Unpack* your theme on your hard drive and navigate to it in the left (hard drive) panel. In the right (server) panel navigate to wp-content/themes. Now just drag your theme folder from the left to the themes folder on the right. When the files finish uploading go to your site Dashboard -> Appearance -> Themes and activate your theme. Piece of cake, right 🙂

* – make sure you don´t extract the theme in a folder, use ´Extract Here´ so you don´t create a double folder problem.

For optimal viewing experience watch the video in Full Screen and HD quality

How to update a theme?

For detailed instructions on updating themes please read the following article. For video instructions on updating start watching the video tutorial above around the 4 minute mark.

How to overwrite a file?

To overwrite one of the theme files navigate to the folder where the file is located and just drag the file from your left (hard disk) panel to your right panel. When you do that you´ll be prompted to overwrite – click yes.

How to edit a file?

In case you want to edit one of the files navigate to it in your right (server) panel, right mouse click on the file and select View/Edit. When you do that the file will open in your default text editor. Edit the file in your text editor and when done hit Save. As soon as you hit Save a popup will appear in FileZilla asking you whether you want that file uploaded back to the server- be sure to click Yes.

How to change file/folder permissions?

In the right Filezilla panel (the server panel) right click on a file or folder and choose ´File permissions…´. Inside the new window set the permissions either by clicking on the checkboxes or by entering the exact numerical value. Recommended permissions for files are 644, for folders 755. Some folders (like the cache folder) often require 777 permissions.

How can I find line no. 100 if there are no line numbers in Notepad?

If you plan on doing any serious file editing you´ll need to say goodbye to Notepad. My personal preference is Notepad++. The program is very easy to use, it features line numbers and also code highlighting.

How to make FileZilla open files in Notepad++

In case FileZilla doesn´t ask you which editor you want to use to edit php, js and css files go to (in Filezila) Edit -> Settings… -> File editing -> Filetype associations and add Notepad++ as a default editor for your files. This is how that area looks in my FileZilla

If you followed this guide carefully you should now be able to (easily) navigate, edit and overwrite any file in your theme.

Theme Features

Theme Features

Mobile Friendly Design

Just as all our recent themes, it is completely responsive and will look good on virtually every device. The best way to see it in action is to visit the demo site with your smartphone or to resize your browser window while on the demo site.

Hassle-free Updates

With it you wont have to worry about updating the theme, notifications about new updates will come directly to your WordPress dashboard. What’s more, you’ll be able to perform the update right there inside the dashboard. Be careful though…updating will undo all your customization so be sure to back everything up first.

More than just a Blog theme

On top of being an awesome magazine theme, it can also be used to start a fancy online webstore. To enable that it is compatible with the free WooCommerce plugin. Digital, physical, variable products with WooCommerce you can sell pretty much anything.

Unlimited Colors

Instead of providing a couple of preset skins, it will allow you to define colors for things like buttons, titles, header, footer and so on. All of this is accomplished using the WordPress Customizer meaning you get to see your site change in real-time.

New Shortcodes

it comes with an extensive selection of shortcodes created using Twitter Bootstrap. Along with standard shortcodes such as alert boxes or icon lists you can also add tabs, galleries, tooltips, popovers and more. A full list of shortcodes is available on the it demo site

Other features

 

  • 1-click install for getting started with the theme in literally seconds
  • Fully widgetized homepage lets you control and edit almost every homepage element, even the slider!
  • Full WordPress SEO by Yoast and bbPress plugin compatibility
  • Create massive header menus using the included Mega Menu widget