Bridge Theme SupportSupport for Bridge Topics
Bridge Support - Creative Multipurpose Theme WordPress
Another frequent problem that can arise for new WordPress theme installation adopters is the "Broken theme and/or style sheets missing" alert that appears when they attempt to load or enable the theme. However, this does not mean that the design you bought is defective, only that it was wrongly submitted.
What can I do to update the Bridge theme? To update our topic, follow the instructions below: Copies/replaces the contents of the bridge directory into the /wp-content/themes/bridge directory of your website. If you use this option, no contents or adjustments will be deleted. If I get this error while trying to reinstall the design, what should I do?
If you receive this error notification, the topic's zipped archive is bigger than the maximum allowable download volume in your server's config. Either raise this limitation or submit the topic via FTP (second approach described in our documentation). Where can I update the Visual Composer plug-in to the latest one? To update Visual Composer, follow these steps:
What can I do to translation / editing of a label in the topic? For translating/editing a label in the topic you need to download this program http://poedit.net/wordpress If you run it http://screencast.com/t/wv1A4XtTKbz you need to create en_USpo file from your topic folder/languages. Next, compile your label as shown in the http://screencast.com/t/LhyzzhLJMda screenshots and review your website again.
In case your WP Dashboard is available in a different languages (except English), click here to generate a new pop for your own WP Dashboard http://screencast.com/t/gliXcWMMoHuy in your own languages. The en_US can be imported from the topic folder/language http://screencast.com/t/GTU9BisAcIw and your new preferred translation can be selected from the Translation Languages drop-down list at http://screencast.com/t/tBz2EbaA64fA and translated as described above.
Article support includes: Article support does not, however, cover it: