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Introduction

We appreciate you using our WordPress theme. This article demonstrates several steps of the full configuration and management process for a WordPress website.

What is WordPress CMS?

WordPress is an open source website creation tool that uses PHP and MySQL as its foundation. It is a robust blogging platform and a totally free content management system (CMS). Using this CMS, you may create reliable online applications and websites. To manage it, you scarcely need any technological expertise or understanding. Because of its many benefits, including ease of use and flexibility, WordPress has emerged as the most popular website construction tool on the market.Learn More

What is a Wordpress Template?

A WordPress template serves as the skin for websites built using the WordPress content management system. A WordPress template is incredibly simple to setup. You may quickly modify the appearance of your WordPress website by installing a new template. A WordPress template comes with all the necessary source files, and you are free to change and expand it however you see fit.



Template Installation

File Structure

The template bundle that you downloaded is divided into various directories. Let's examine the contents of each folder:

    Screenshots -contains template screenshot. Not for production.
  • theme -contains wordpress theme files.
  • "vw-dark.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 a simple process.

The WordPress interface allows for the completion of all installation procedures. It expedites and comforts the process.

There are two ways to complete the installation process.

1- Using WordPress admin, install a theme.

The first step is to log in to your WordPress admin dashboard. After that, click.

1. Go to the Dashboard >> Appearance >> Themes.

2. Once you are on the themes page, click on the Add New button at the top.

3. Click on Upload Theme button.

4. Choose your vw-dark.zip theme by clicking the Browse button, and then hit the Install Now button.

After that, Your theme will have been installed successfully.


2-Install a Theme using FTP

The theme can be uploaded using FTP, which is your second installation option. To use this method, first log into your website using FTP and navigate to the wp-content/themes folder. Just extract the Total folder from the theme file you got and upload it to your server.

Next log into your WordPress site and navigate to Appearance >> Themes to activate Theme.



Setup Homepage Template With Customizer

Follow the steps listed below to set up Configure Homepage With Customizer.

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

2. You have two options for choosing a static homepage.


1. Go to Dashboard >> Settings >> Reading

Choose the option for Static Page, then choose the page you made as your homepage and a different page as your default page.



2. Go to Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> Homepage Settings

Choose the Static Page option, then choose the page you generated to serve as your homepage and another page as your default page.

Once you've finished, save the changes, and your homepage is now personalised. Your front page will now be a bespoke page that you have created.



Setup Header

In order to establish the Header Settings, follow the below steps.

Go to Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> VW Settings >> Header Section


It will appear like this on the front end.



Setup Logo

For Logo

Go to Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >>Site Identity




Setup Slider

In order to establish the Slider Section, follow the below steps.

Go to Dashboard >> Pages >> Add New

The title, the content, and the feature image.

For two more sliders, repeat the previous process.

Go to Customizer >> VW Settings >> Slider Settings

Select the Pages created for Slider Section.

It will appear like this on the front end.



Setup About Section

In order to establish About Section, follow the below steps.

You must first create the Post.

Go to Dashboard >> Posts >> Add new

Go to Customizer >> VW Settings >> About Section

The section title, experience year, and experience text must all be added here.

On the front end, it will seem like this.



Setup Footer Section

In order to establish the footer section, follow the below steps.

Go to Dashboard >> Appearance >> Widgets

On the front end, it will seem like this.

In this manner you can setup Footer section.



Setup Copyright Section

In order to establish the Copyright section, follow the below steps.

Go to Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> VW Settings >> Footer Settings

The copyright top bottom padding and placement can be changed here.

On the front end, it will seem like this.



For Scroll To Top:

Here, you can change the icon and its position in addition to enabling or disabling the scroll to the top.



Blog Post Settings

1. Post Settings

In order to establish the Post Settings, follow the below steps.

Go to Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> Blog Post Settings >> Post Settings

Here, you may choose whether to display the author, date, comments, time, or featured image.

It will appear like this on the front end.



2. Button Settings

In order to establish the Button Settings, follow the below steps.

Go to Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> Blog Post Settings >> Button Settings

Options for blog post button padding, border radius, and button text are available here.

It will appear like this on the front end.



3. Related Post Settings

In order to establish the Related Post Settings, follow the below steps.

Go to Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> Blog Post Settings >> Related Post Settings

Options for the related post title, related post count, and show/hide related post are available here.

It will appear like this on the front end.



General Settings

Go to Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> General Settings

1. Width Layout

There are three possibilities for Theme Width Layout.

1) Full width
2) Fluid Container width
3) Box container width

In Full width, the width of the theme will default.

In Fluid Container width, the width of the theme will in container fluid.

In Box Container width, the width of the theme will in box container width.

Box Container Width is shown in the screen capture below. You can notice that the theme width has changed in the example below.

It will appear like this on the front end.


2. Post Sidebar Layout: In this, you can change the Blog post sidebar layout.

3. Page Sidebar Layout: In this, you can change the page sidebar layout.

4. Shop Page Sidebar: In this, you have option to show/hide the Shop page sidebar.

5. Single Product Sidebar: In this, you have option to show/hide the Single Product sidebar.

6. 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 Settings

Go to Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> VW Settings >> Responsive Media

Here you have options to show/hide slider, metbox and sidebar and also to change the icons of responsive open & close Menu icons in Mobile Media.



Typography Settings

In Theme Typography there are three options

1) Content Typography
2) Headings Typography

1. Content Typography

In Content Typography the Paragraph and Anchor tags' colour, font style, font size, line height, font weight, and letter spacing can all be altered.

Go to Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> Theme Typography >> Content Typography

The screenshot for the content typography is shown below.

It will appear like this on the front end.



2. Headings Typography

In Headings Typography You can change the headings' colour, font style, size, line height, font weight, and letter spacing.

Go to Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> Theme Typography >> Headings Typography

The screenshot that follows shows the headings typography.

It will appear like this on the front end.



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Theme Customization
Responsive Design
Logo Upload
Social Media Links
Slider Settings
Number of Slides 3 Unlimited
Template Pages 3 6
Home Page Template 1 1
Theme sections 2 6
Contact us Page Template 0 1
Blog Templates & Layout 0 3(Full width/Left/Right Sidebar)
Page Templates & Layout 0 2(Left/Right Sidebar)
Color Pallete For Particular Sections
Global Color Option
Section Reordering
Demo Importer
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Woo-Commerce Compatibility
Support 3rd Party Plugins
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Section Enable / Disable
Section Google Font Choices
Gallery
Simple & Mega Menu Option
Support to add custom CSS / JS
Shortcodes
Custom Background, Colors, Header, Logo & Menu
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