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Watch this introductory wallpaper to learn how to upload the WordPress template to your FTP system using a manual installation process. Unpack the template pack that you download to your computer: Now open the topic directory and extract CherryFramework.zip and the themeXXXXXXX.zip files (we will upload these two files to wp-content/themes on the host server): Return to FTP and begin the upload of CherryFramework and themeXXXXXXX directories (it may take a while, so please be patient) in wp-content/themes:
Return to the WordPress Administration pane, browse to Appearance -> Themes, there you will find Cherry Framework and ThemeXXXXXXX, click on the Activate themeXXXXXXX button: Do not hesitate to read the full featured videotutorial below:
Upload a WordPress page template without FTP
You have to generate a new page template (or another file) in your WordPress topic and don't have FTP-receipt? This is a small easy process that creates the files for you. As soon as this is done, all you have to do is copy and past your own WordPress Appearance Editor text.
Stage 1: Specify the name of the topic directory. This can be done by displaying the home page sources in your web browsers and searching for the words /theme/ inclusive the forwarders. is the name of your topic.
Stage 2: Creating the new one. Subsequently login to the WordPress administration area (dashboard) and click on the following menus in the right column: Search the list in the leftside of the window for a header.php by name. In header.php, put the following line at the top to make the NoSideBar.php filename.
When you click the Refresh icon to store it, make sure you edit the term PANORAMIC with the name of your topic as described above. This example creates a log named NoSideBar.php. Make sure that you also substitute this name for the name of the original you want to make if it is different from the other.
At a later date, you can no longer simply re-name or erase the data. This line creates the NoSideBar. php files. Stage 3: Disconnect the access key. From header.php, uncheck the source you just added. Make sure you only erase the added access key and nothing else.
Press the Update icon to store the data set. Stage 4: Insert your source into the new filename. Now your new data should also appear in the data lists. Then click it to modify the filename and insert your own unique identifier. Don't miss to click the Update icon to store your new password.
Caution: Be sure to keep a copy of the files on your computer and a reference to these directions. Each time you upgrade your WordPress topic, you may need to reinstall this document.