Fundrize | Documentation by “NinzioThemes” v1.0

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How To Install Your Theme

1. The package you downloaded from Themeforest is not the really theme. Please unzip that package until you get a file called "fundrize.zip". If you get error "Stylesheet is missing", check this post.
2. Using FTP Upload. Filezilla is a free FTP Software. Extract the "fundrize.zip" file and upload the folder "fundrize" to directory /wp-content/themes/ on your server.
3. Once you have installed and activated theme, you will be prompted to install recommended plugins. Just click the link to begin installing plugins. Next, check boxes to select all the plugins you want to install, select the bulk action of install from the dropdown box and then click the button to apply. Installation can take a couple minutes depending on your host. You should see a success confirmation for each plugin as it is installed. You should then see a confirmation notice that you plugins were activated successfully.

Note: Fundrize is a powerful theme and makes use of all the latest WordPress functions to ensure the theme is coded as best as possible and is highly optimized, please make sure WordPress is fully up to date before installing the theme!

Importing Content Demo with One Click

In Contructed we added a built-in demo importer which you access via WordPress and allows you to import any demo super quickly and with ease. Simply go to Appearance > Import Demo Data

Import Sliders

After you import demo data, you will have to setup the slider separately.
Download slider file here: slider-home-1.zip

Theme Installation Errors

The errors typically happens for one of three reasons:

A. Your server’s memory limit to PHP is too low (most common).
Some servers (shared hosting planes usually) have a very low limit to PHP by default which can cause a blank screen (white screen of death) or an error on your site. Luckily increasing the memory limit to PHP is very simple and can be done with a small tweak in your wp-config.php file. Have a look below at how to increase your memory limit or read the documentation on the WordPress CODEX.
Increasing the Memory Limit: Open your wp-config.php file via FTP and add the following code right before it says "That’s all, stop editing! Happy blogging":

define( 'WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '256M' );
You can alter the 128MB to the value you want. I personally use 256MB on my localhost but 128MB should work pretty well for most live sites.

B. You are trying to upload the Full zip file and not just the installable theme (please refer to the guide on installing your theme).
C. The upload limit on your server isn’t large enough and you must update your PHP.INI file to increase the upload_max_filesize value or contact your webhost to fix it.
Note: Altering your wp-config.php file may not work if your host does not allow for increasing the PHP memory limit. If that is the case, please contact your host to increase the PHP memory limit for you.

Creating Pages

By default the homepage will look like a blog (this is how WordPress is intended to work). If you want a custom homepage you can create it using the page builder then go to Settings > Reading and you can define your homepage here. Make sure you have created and published your homepage page prior. If you don’t have any pages or all your pages are currently drafts then you won’t be able to see the settings in the screenshot below.

Setup Pages:

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Customizer: Header, Logo, Menu, Featured Title, Layout...

The theme includes tons of easy to use options to customize the design of your site. Most of your theme options can be found in the live WordPress theme customizer. Theme uses only native WordPress functions, os you should be familiar with the way the Customizer looks and works.
Simply navigate to Appearance > Customize to make changes to the design of your website.

Adding Contact Forms

Contact forms are not built into a theme (for many reasons) so we recommend using a 3rd party plugin for this. The free one we like is Contact Form 7, it can be used to add forms anywhere on your site with the Visual Composer.

Form 1:
<div class="wprt-contact-form-1 input-bottom-18 message-height-120">
[text* your-name placeholder "Name"][email* your-email placeholder "Email"][text* your-subject placeholder "Subject"][textarea your-message placeholder "Message"]<div class="wrap-submit">[submit "SEND MESSAGE"]</div>
</div>
Form 2:
<div class="wprt-contact-form-2 button-center input-bottom-34 message-height-250">
[email* your-email placeholder "E-mail"][text* your-subject placeholder "Subject"][textarea your-message placeholder "Message"]<div class="wrap-submit">[submit "SEND MESSAGE"]</div>
</div>
Form 3:
<div class="wprt-contact-form-3 input-bottom-34 button-center">
[text* your-name placeholder "Name"][email* your-email placeholder "Email"][text* your-subject placeholder "Subject"][textarea your-message placeholder "Message"]<div class="wrap-submit">[submit "SEND MESSAGE"]</div>
</div>

Translation

  1. Download and install Poedit at https://poedit.net/download. Open file fundrize.pot in "/wp-content/themes/fundrize/languages/" folder and edit into your language. See Wordpress in your language for more details about file name.
  2. Open file wp-config.php in your Wordpress root folder and add the line define('WPLANG', ''); remember replace '' by the language you want. See Installing WordPress in Your Language for more details.

Credits

Many thanks for choosing our products. All of our products accompany with free support. If you cannot find the answers for your queries in this file.
We really appreciate if you have any suggestion to improve our product quality via email: support@ninzio.com. Thank you so much!

Best Regards, NinzioThemes