You can create your questions page like this: http://fluentthemes.com/wp/knowledge/questions/ by following the given instructions below – At first, find ‘Categories’ sub-menu under the ‘Questions’ menu from your wp admin page. Then, create your question categories. These are the categories users can choose from, when they create questions using the ‘Add Questions’ page from the front-end. See […]
Please follow the steps below to make your contact page like our live preview: Make sure ‘Contact Form 7’ plugin is installed. Go to ‘Contact –> Contact Forms’ page, and in the ‘Form’ textarea field copy and paste or write the following html: <div class=”row”> <div class=”col-lg-6 formmargin”> <div class=”form-group”> [text* text-895 class:form-control placeholder “Name”] […]
At first, find ‘FAQs’ menu from the left sidebar of your wp admin panel, then add as many faqs as you want. After that, create a New Page using ‘FAQ’ template and publish the page. See the screenshot below: Your FAQs page is ready. You can visit the page you just published and you will […]
Under the ‘Header Settings’ of your ‘Theme-Options’ you will find a field saying ‘Label of Main Menu Post Question Button’. If you put some text there (for example: Ask Question) the button will be visible at the right side of the Header Menu as you see in our live preview. After that, put ‘#ask-question’ in […]
Top bar left side can have maximum 3 menu items, otherwise it can break the top bar design. That is why ‘WP Nav Menu’ does not have any option to create the Top bar left side menu items. You will have the 3 menu item options under the ‘Header Settings’ of your ‘Theme-Options’.
At first create a new menu and choose Top bar (Not login) Menu as shown in the screenshots above. Then create a Custom Links menu like the following screenshot: After that from the top right corner click on the ‘Screen Options’ and then give tick mark on ‘CSS Classes’ and ‘Description’. See below screenshot: […]
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 infocenter.pot file from the theme you wish to translate which you can find in the /languages/ folder of InfoCenter […]
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. […]
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.