• WordPress

  • In general we do not provide support on any WordPress CMS issues and / or WordPress-related questions. Please consult a web designer.

    The best please to address this question is through our FB community. You can do so by following these steps: 1) Join FaceBook community group 2) Ask the question there PS. The reason why we ask you to ask the question in our community, is because your question relates to WordPress in general (oposed to a question specific to our themes). The community is filled with many people who love WordPress (including us). The aim of the group is to help one another as peers with any WP questions that might pop up. If you ask the question in our FB group you will get an answer faster, you will have a better answer (simply because there's so many people in the group; theres more knowledge in the group) and you will also be able to contribute and share the knowledge of the question and answer with the community.

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    Please watch the video by clicking the icon on the right.

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    Please watch the video by clicking the icon on the right.

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    ​Password protection on site content can be achieved in many ways. However it's not standard functionality of our theme.

    ​ ​It IS standard functionality of WordPress and no doubt there are plugins developed by other authors you can use to implement this.

    ​ ​If you've found a certain plugin, then the one who has created the plugin will be able to provide the proper documentation. The same goes for "password protected content in WordPress". Simply Googling this keyphrase will point you in the proper direction with respect to documentation.

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality. You need to login to the backend of WordPress. Go to "Settings" > "General", change the "Site Title" and "Tagline" and click "Save Changes".

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    The theme installation and activation process of WordPress indeed necessitates a .zip file to properly function. We provide all of our themes as .zip files. If for some reason the theme is a bundle of loose files it could be that the browser with which you've downloaded the theme has automatically "unzipped" the file. Please try another browser to make sure you download the theme as a .zip file.

    The advanced designer features require the 'nxs_cap_design_site' capability to be assigned to the user/role. By default only the administrator role has it. You can customize the capabilities or a role/user by using plugins like the ones you can see here; https://wordpress.org/plugins/search/capability/

    Please watch the video by clicking the icon on the right.

    Please watch the video by clicking the icon on the right.

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    This functionality is part of the standard WordPress CMS functionality and is outside the scope of support

    Yes

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