The scope of this documentation file is to provide you with the information you need to help you get started with your new theme. From the first steps of installing the theme, to creating custom pages and styling the whole thing for your needs.
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Contains the current help file that comes with the theme.
Licensing information files.
In order to proceed with the theme installation, you need to make sure you have the latest version of WordPress (3.8+) on your self-hosted site.
Click here to read more about what you need to run WordPress on your host.
First, unzip the zip archive you downloaded on your computer. Search the folder named color-wp-theme.zip and upload to your server via ftp to the /themes/ directory on your Wordpress installation. (wp-content > themes)
Go to your Wordpress admin, and in the Appearance-panel, choose Add New Themes. Click Add new. Upload the color-wp-theme.zip. Do not upload the entire zip archive you downloaded from the web. Upload only the color-wp-theme.zip file. If you have a "missing stylesheet" issue you are uploading the wrong file!
Installing WordPress http://codex.wordpress.org/Installing_WordPress
Once you have uploaded the theme, activate your theme in Appearance > Themes.
Using Themes http://codex.wordpress.org/Using_Themes
A notice at the top of the screen will now suggest to continue with the recommended plugins installation. Click 'Begin installing plugins' and select the plugins you need to install from the list. All plugins must be activated once the installation has finished.
The theme comes with a .xml file containing demo content you can import into your WordPress site to populate your database. This will help you get started, in case you are running on a fresh WordPress installation with no content at all.
The XML file includes Demo Blog Pages, Demo Blog Posts, Demo Homepages, Demo Comments, etc. The XML file does not include any.
Follow the video tutorial click here
After loading the dummy file, set the home page.
Settings > Reading > Front page displays: A static page
Color WordPress Theme may have two menu simultaneously, one exclusively for the page template OnePage and another for all other pages.
The main menu will be selected as the Main Menu like Theme Location
These are the default steps that you need to do in order to setting up the menu:
Your custom menu has now been saved.
Congratulations! Your new custom menu has now been added to your site.
Detailed instructions on creating a menu are located on the WordPress website here - http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Menu_User_Guide
To get the effect scrolling, create a new menu:
To select the exclusive menu for the page template OnePage, select:
Color WordPress Theme includes 2 areas Settings to better manage the theme options: an area of general settings and the exclusive for OnePage.
In the Theme Settings, you can control the general aspects of the topic, such as:
In this settings menu you can check all sections of OnePage. You can turn on / off each section, check the images, titles and text directly from the control panel of WordPress.