Step 1: Installation and Activation of Loco Translate To install the Loco Translate plugin, simply navigate to Plugins > Add New and search for the plugin Loco Translate. Here is the direct download link Loco Translate. From there, select Install Now, and then click on Activate to get the plugin ready for use on your website. When this is complete, you will see […]
Go to Pages -> Add New on your WordPress Admin Dashboard. And click on the BACKEND EDITOR. Also choose Page with VC Image Template to get the best view of Visual composer elements.
Question: I’m trying to update the WPBakery Page Builder, but I receive this error message “To receive automatic updates license activation is required. Please visit Settings to activate your WPBakery Page Builder.” If I try to activate WPBakery Page Builder I get the message “It seems that you do not have any valid license for […]
Question: I’m trying to update the Slider Revolution, but I receive this error message “To receive automatic updates license activation is required.” What do I have to do? Answer: Since Slider Revolution is coming as a bonus / free with the theme, users don’t get to have their own purchase codes, but it’s not required, […]
That’s a common issue caused by not uploading the correct zip file. Go back to http://themeforest.net/downloads and when clicking the Download button, choose the “Installable WordPress file only“. This is the correct zip file which should be uploaded in your WordPress Site.
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 -> Open. Then select the ronby.pot file from the theme you wish to translate which you can find in the /languages/ folder of Ronby theme. […]
From the Website Width option in your Theme-Options you can choose Full-Width or Boxed Style. It is important to remember that – If you choose Boxed Style, do not forget to edit the Rows of your pages. Click on the edit icon of the Rows and select Default from the drop-down options of Row stretch. […]
If you’re seeing this confusing WordPress error when trying to upload the theme, it means the process breaks at some point and that’s most probably due to a few server settings limiting resources for your site. For example the maximum upload size could be set to 5MB and the theme’s package is larger than that. […]