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Installing Templates - Jupiter themes documentary
A template is a pre-built demo for a particular website that can be deployed on the Jupiter site. Here, we describe how to setup and remove a template, as well as some troubleshooting tips. Any available template can be downloaded from the latest Jupiter topic release.
You should consider a few points before using templates: You must install a template in a new WordPress install. When you install or uninstall a template, all your website information and preferences are deleted. All pictures and video are protected by copyright and are used in our artwork for demonstration only.
The template is installed automatically and must be installed from the Jupiter console. This example shows how to set up the Poseidon template. Notice: You can use the browse field here to browse for a particular template with tags like "Blog" or "Shop". Used to set up the template:
Go to Jupiter > Control Panel in the WordPress toolbar on the far right. On the Control Panel shortcut menu, click Templates. Enter Poseidon in the Find field and click the Install icon. Click on the "Yes, Poseidon install" icon to display the popup screen. In the next pop-up screen, view the news item, and then click either the "Do not include" or "Include" buttons.
Once you have the template install, you have all the pictures and videos on your site without the medium. Please be patience until the install is completed. This template will be download from our servers. The necessary plug-ins are automatically created and enabled. Once the installer is up and running, click the OK icon and verify the frontend of your website.
We have successfully completed the installation of the Poseidon template as described in the preceding section. Used to deinstall the template: Go to Jupiter > Control Panel in the WordPress toolbar on the far right. On the Control Panel shortcut menu, click Templates. The Poseidon template is checked as having been properly set up. Click the Deinstall icon to remove it.
See the announcement in the pop-up and then click the "Yes, remove Poseidon" icon. Please be patience until the setup is completed. Click the OK pushbutton after uninstalling successfully. There is a way to reinstall the template if you encounter problems with it. Upload the template file and unzip the file on your computer.
Go to Tools > Tools > Export in the WordPress toolbar. At the end of the page, please download and use the WordPress Importer. If WordPress Importer is already preinstalled, you will see the Run Importer for WordPress shortcut. Then click Upload Files and Imports. Associate the contributions with an active subscriber, select the Download and import attachment options, and click the Send icon.
Go from the WordPress to Tools > Widget Importer & Exporter and select widget_data. as shown in the image above. If you already have a working environment before you install this template, go to Jupiter > Topic Options > Export. In Jupiter > Topic Options > Imports, insert the contents you pasted in the above steps and click the Imports tool.
This is a listing of the most frequent problems that can occur when installing templates. If WordPress does not have authorization to change the correct filesystem, this problem may occur. The problem mainly arises when the PHP run timeout is less than the Jupiter requirement. Review the Jupiter Request Servers section and raise the Jupiter server's run timeout to the suggested value.