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System Requirements

We advise you have the following minimum system configuration in your web server in order to have the vw landing page pro theme.

  • WordPress 6.4 or later
  • PHP 8.3
  • MySQL 5.6 (or greater) | MariaDB 10.0 (or greater)
  • Need php ini file configration -
  • post_max_size = 256M
  • upload_max_filesize = 256M
  • max_execution_time = 5000
  • max_input_time = 5000
  • memory_limit = 1000M


Introduction

We appreciate you installing our WordPress Theme. The complete procedure to configure and manage a WordPress Website from the beginning is shown in this documentation in different portions.

What is WordPress CMS?

WordPress is an open source tool which is based on PHP and MySQL to create websites. It is a completely free CMS, or content management systemCMS, or content management system and a strong blogging platform. With this CMS, you can develop websites and solid online apps. You hardly require any knowledge or technical capability to manage it. WordPress has become the most accepted website development software available because of it’s varied aspects like its easy usage and flexibility. Learn More

What is a Wordpress Template?

A WordPress template acts as a skin for the websites which are created on WordPress CMS. The installation of a WordPress Template is very easy. With the help of an installed new template, you can change the look of your WordPress website very easily. All the requisite source files are provided with a WordPress template and you can freely go for editing and increasing it the way you want.



Template Installation

File Structure

The template package you have downloaded consists of several folders. Let's see what each folder contains:

    Screenshots -contains template screenshot. Not for production.
  • theme -contains wordpress theme files.
  • "educational-landing-page.zip" -this folder contains all the necessary files for the theme.
  • "license.txt" -contains license details.
  • "readme.txt" -contain information about theme images path, font use and usage script.
Template installation

Installing a template is really easy process.

All installation steps can be done within WordPress interface. It makes process comfortable and fast.

There are two ways to go about the installation process.

1-Install a theme using wordpress admin.

First thing you need to do is to login to the admin area of WordPress. Next, select.

1.1 Go To Dashboard >> Appearance >> Themes.

1.2. Once you have reached the page of themes, click on the Add New button.

1.3. Press "Upload Theme" Click, then choose your educational-landing-page.zip theme then click on "install now".

Then, Your theme will be successfully install.


2-Install a Theme using FTP

The following installment choice is to FTP the theme. For this method first log into your site via FTP and browse to your themes folder placed in the wp-content. The theme you downloaded and unzip it and upload only the extracted Total folder to your server.

Next log into on your WordPress blog and browse to access Appearance >> Themes to activate Theme.



Create a main page Template With Customizer

When setting up a main page with customizer, proceed as directed below.

Dashboard >> Pages >> Add New

3.1. Create a new page and name it as "Home" then select the template "Custom Home page".

3.2. you can select static home page by two methods


Method 1. Go To Dashboard >> Setting >> Reading

Select the option of Static Page, now select the page you created to be the Home page, while another page to be your default page.

Method 2. Go To Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> VW Settings

Select the option of Static Page, now select the page you created to be the Home page, while another page to be your default page.

Once you have done that, save the setting and now you have a custom Home page. You will now have a custom page being displayed as your Home page.



Set Logo

For Logo

Go To Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> Site Identity


Set Topbar Section

Go To Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> VW Settings >> Topbar Section



Set Banner

Go To Customizer >> VW Settings >> Banner Section

Add banner circle color as per banner background color

Video will appear as such on the front end.



Set Feature Courses Section

When setting up the Feature Courses Section, proceed as directed below.

Create Category

Go To Dashboard >> Posts >> >> Categories >> Add new category

Go To Dashboard >> Posts >> >> Create Posts

Go To Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> VW Settings >> Feature Courses Section

It will appear as such on the front end.



Set Latest News And Blog Section

When setting up the Latest News And Blog Section, proceed as directed below.

Now, you need to create the posts.

Go To Dashboard >> Posts >> Categories

Add category.

Go To Dashboard >> Posts >> Add New

Go To Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> VW Settings >> Latest News And Blog Section

It will appear as such on the front end.



Footer Section Set

When setting up the footer section, proceed as directed below.

Upload the Classic Widgets plugins, install and activate it.

Go To Dashboard >> Appearance >> Widgets

It will appear as such on the front end.

In this way you can configure the footer part.



Set Copyright Section

When setting up the copyright section, proceed as directed below.

Go To Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> VW Settings >> Footer Setting

Here you can change the copyright alignment.

It will appear as such on the front end.



For Scroll To Top:

Here you can show / hide scroll to top, and you can change its position.



Blog Post Setting

1. Post Setting

When setting up the Post Setting, proceed as directed below.

Go To Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> Blog Post Setting >> Post Setting

Here you have choices for enable/disable author, date, comments, time and featured image respectively.



2. Button Setting

When setting up the Button Setting, proceed as directed below.

Go To Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> Blog Post Setting >> Button Setting

It will appear as such on the front end.



3. Related Post Setting

When setting up the Related Post Setting, proceed as directed below.

Go To Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> Blog Post Setting >> Related Posts Setting

Here you have choices for related post title, Show/hide related post and related post count options.

It will appear as such on the front end.

3. Single Post Settings

When setting up the Single Post Settings, proceed as directed below.

Go To Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> Blog Post Setting >> Single Post Settings

Here you have choices for enable/disable author, date, comments, time and featured image respectively.

It will appear as such on the front end.

3. Grid Post Settings

When setting up the Grid Post Settings, proceed as directed below.

Go To Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> Blog Post Setting >> Grid Post Settings

Here you have choices for enable/disable author, date, comments, time and featured image respectively.

Select grid layout in post setting

It will appear as such on the front end.


General Setting

Go To Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> Other Setting >> General Setting

1. Page Sidebar Layout

Add Page sidebar as follows:

In this, you can change the page sidebar layout.

2. Pre-Loader: In this, you have option to show/hide the Pre-Loader in the theme and also have option for Pre-Loader type.


Responsive Media Setting

Go To Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> Other Setting >> Responsive Media

Here you have choices to show/hide scroll to top.




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