To install this theme you must have a working version of WordPress already installed.
STEP 1: INSTALL THE PASSION THEME
Once you've downloaded the installation file on ThemeForest, extract it and locate a file called PASSION.zip. You can install the theme by using one of two installation methods:
Once an installation is complete, Your THE PASSION theme will be ready to use. You may install child theme(passion-child-theme.zip) by the same procedure as above.
STEP 2: INSTALL RECOMMENDED PLUGINS
After Activating Theme, You have to Install and Activate all Recommended Plugins.
STEP 3: INSTALL DEMO
You can either start building your site from scratch, or import one of our demo sites and then modify it to fit your needs.
Check Our Most efficient 4 Minute Demo install Video from Here
THE PASSION comes with one-click import module. After installing all required plugins You need to follow below steps to install demos.
Great - Now Your Demo is Ready!
If you wish to import the Revolution Slider demo slider, you need to locate the XML export folder in the previously downloaded package from ThemeForest. Inside, you'll find the RevSlider_Export.zip file. Next, go to RevolutionSlider from the WordPress admin panel and upload this file under the Import section.
After all setup, You just need to select Primary Menu and Home Page from Reading Section Of WordPress.
Congratulations Your demo is up now. If you face any issue while this process, Feel free to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Notice: Always Take Backup of Files and Database Before making an update.
You can update your theme manually by performing the following steps:
WordPress by default has a limited number of menu items. When you import our demo site, which contains a lot of menu items, you might not be able to save changes you make to a menu. You can fix this problem by contacting your hosting and asking them to add the following lines to php.ini file:
suhosin.post.max_vars = 5000 suhosin.request.max_vars = 5000
This problem is most likely related to JetPack and memory settings of your hosting. You can either disable JetPack or read what the JetPack developer wrote: Regarding the memory limit, please refer to the WordPress Codex section concerning this problem. Some sites that load many plugins alongside WordPress ultimately require a higher memory limit than WordPress defaults to, but since this is limited to specific hosts and configurations, it must be dealt with on an individual basis. You'll find the Codex article at: http://codex.wordpress.org/Common_WordPress_Errors#Allowed_memory_size_exhausted
Please use this tool to investigate reasons for slow loading: https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/?hl=en
You can use the Codestyling localization plugin (http://wordpress.org/plugins/codestyling-localization/) to translate/rename all the theme's labels. Another solution is to edit the Theme folder/languages/en_US.po file directly in the editor and manually edit labels you want to translate.
If you get a white screen or some other error when trying to import our demo content, this probably happens because of the maximum execution time limit. You need to increase the maximum execution time (upload time) setting of your web server. The default maximum execution time on web servers is 30 seconds. Please increase it to 120 seconds. Possible ways of achieving this are:
Ask your hosting provider to take care of this for you.
Once you've installed THE PASSION WP theme, you can start building your site.
One of the first things you might want to do is to set up the header area. This section contains the logo, menu, search bar, side area icon, and other optional widgets.
To set it up, go to PASSION Options > Header from the admin panel. The settings you define here will be the default settings for all pages on your site. If you need help with any of the options, please refer to PASSION Options in this user guide. Some options, such as the header skin and background color.
Now let's add a logo. Go to PASSION Options > General from the admin panel and click the upload button next to the Logo field. You should now have a visible logo in your header area.
To create a menu, go to Appearance > Menus from the admin panel. Click on "Create a new menu." Enter a name for your menu, and then click on "Create Menu".
Every page that you've created up until now will be listed in the section on the left called Pages. Simply check the ones that you want added to the menu, and then click on the "Add to Menu" button. Once added, you can click and drag the menu items to rearrange them, or nest them one under the other.
Underneath the menu items, under the section Menu Settings, check "Top Navigation" and click "Save Menu" in order to activate the menu you've just created. You should now have a functional menu on your pages.
Now let's set up the footer by going to PASSION Options > Footer from the admin panel.
The settings you define here will be the default settings for all pages on your site. Make sure that Footer and Sub Footer are enabled. If you need help with any of the options here, please refer to PASSION Options in this user guide.
To add content to your footer, you need to activate widgets by going to Appearance > Widgets from the admin panel. On the right side of your page are widget areas for the footer, named First Footer Widget Area , Second Footer Widget Area, Third Footer Widget Area, and Fourth Footer Widget Area. On the left side of your page are the available widgets. Simply drag the widget you'd like to one of the Footer Column widget areas on the right.
Finally, let's set up the general look and feel of your site. If you'd like to keep the fonts and colors you see on the THE PASSION demo site, then you do not need to do anything more. Otherwise, go to PASSION Options > Styling & PASSION Options > Fonts. Under Design Style, choose a default font family for your site, as well as the default content background color and lots more options.
Now that you've set up some basic elements, you're ready to begin building your pages.
To create a new page, go to Pages > Add New from the admin panel. Enter a title for your page in the text field near the top of your screen.
Now let's start adding elements to your page. Make sure that you're in the backend editor. If the blue button on the top left says BACKEND EDITOR, click it to enable the Visual Composer. Once you're in backend, the button will say CLASSIC MODE. You can now click on "Add Element" and start building your page. You can read more about elements in the Shortcode section of this user guide.
Finally, click the "Publish" button in the upper right section of the page. (If you made some changes on already published page, "Update" button will appear.
Please note that THE PASSION comes with one font icon packs: Font Awesome. You can see an overview of all the available icons in this icon packs at the below link:
You can access TMW Options from the WordPress admin panel. The settings found here are applied globally and will affect all pages of the site. However, note that many of these options can be overridden locally by applying settings on shortcode elements.
This section allows you to set up the footer area. There are two footer sections that can either be hidden or shown: the footer top and footer bottom. The footer top can be split into columns and is appropriate for placing widgets, such as menus, images, and social icons. The footer bottom is a simple section at the bottom of the page and is meant for placing copyright text. Both footer "Widgets."
To create a new blog post, go to Posts > Add New from the admin panel.
This is a standard look for a blog post. It has below options to customise:
This is a Quote Option, which is used for showcase quotes in a decent format. Below are the options for that post type:
This is a post type with very easy to use audio player.Below is the options for that post type:
You can create a post with your awesome video content.Below are the options for that post type:
Twitter is growing so much and You can embed your all precious and lead generating posts on your website blog as well. Below are the options for that post type:
First, please fully read the documentation carefully before asking for support.
If you are still having troubles, please use our support forum here: http://posimyththemes.com/thepassion