Install the theme
Check this article to see how to install the theme
Import Demo Content
If you run into issues such as white screen, your demo import fails or takes a long time, it’s not imported completed, and other similar issues are all related to low PHP configuration limits.
Demo import will come with less property images than in demos. The size of these images are very large and many hostings don’t allow importing such large content. If you need to use free images, you can use pixabay or pexels. These sites offer free videos as well.
Check the Recommended PHP Configuration Limits
- max_execution_time 600
- memory_limit 128M
- post_max_size 48M
- upload_max_filesize 48M
- Step1: Go to Import Demo:
- Step2: You will find all demo already uploaded – only need to import the one that you like.
- Step3: You will see this during import:
- Step 4: When import is done you get this message:
- Step5: Delete the import plugin (optional)
Check the shortcodes ids to match your wordpress database ids
*After you import the content you may need to edit certain pages and assign the correct category id for some shortcodes. Help to see correct ids:
Create and add the Google Maps API key:
This is mandatory for the map to display. Check the help below.
Import the sliders manually
Add separately any slider from demp_content folder.
Go to Revolution Slider – Import. Select the revolution slider zip from demo_content/revolution sliders – and click import.
Import from revolution slider main settings
Check Ultimate Addons settings
***Make sure that for Ultimate Addons these settings are done: Ultimate – Scripts & Styles –
Optimized CSS – ON
Optimized JS – ON
For client support please open a ticket at http://support.wpestate.org/
If Demo Content Import Fails
Import process needs server to support full import. Many shared hostings limit services such as: Your PHP memory, file upload size, and/or execution limits are set too low. And these have to be corrected by hosting on in your hosting account (if your hosting allows you to do that).
How To Verify Your Current PHP Limits
Even if you make changes in wp-config, it is very possible the limits do not change because your server is limited from server settings. You can verify your PHP configuration limits by installing a simple plugin – https://wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-php-info/
If you see limits don’t change you can always contact your host and ask them what the current settings are and have them adjust them if needed.
Please note though that many hosts will try to keep the PHP limits.
From theme end we can try to repeat import (if it stops often during import) and repeat does the trick. If after 5 times it is still not going through – please check above settings and try again.
After you change the settings we can try as well. For that please open a ticket in our client support system with your site url and wp-admin – http://support.wpestate.org/testlic.php