We have implemented a new license system in our themes.

Please follow the below video to check how to activate the license.

Please go to Settings >> Permalink and then directly save the settings.

First of all, let us explain the bullet point issue. Some of our customers want to show bullets in the list and most of them don’t want that. According to the Themeforest standard, we actually show the bullet for the lists but we make different designs for the selected sections if you want to show that need to show that using custom CSS.

And for that please follow the below steps so that you can add bullet points to the lists in the theme.
So for that, you have to add a custom CSS class to the section

and after that, you have to add the CSS. For example, I have added the class name test.
and now use this CSS given below to ( Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS ) field.

					.test ul li {
    list-style: disc;

Follow that documentation to create Child Theme  Child Themes – Codex

Using that plugin to create Child Theme: Child Theme Generator

You need to use a Child Theme only if you are making code customizations.

While importing the demo data your server configuration may not be enough for the demo data importation.

In that case, you may have to perform a manual demo import.

Below are the steps for the manual demo import.

Step 1: Go to tools >> import >> WordPress import

If the WordPress importer is not installed or activated then install the WordPress importer

here import the content.xml

You will find the file in the WordPress installation folders wp-content >> plugins >> [theme name]-demo-installer >> demo data >> demo

Step 2: install the widget importer & exporter plugin.

then go to tools >> widget importer & exporter

there upload the .wie file if uploading doesn’t work then copy its content and use copy-paste method.

Step 3: Install customizer export/import

then go to appearance >> customize >> export/import

there use/import the .dat filethere use/import the .dat file

Step 4: And lastly, import the base theme options

here upload the json file or you can copy paste the content here too
The demo import files are found in your WordPress installation folder’s wp-content >> plugins >> [Theme name]-demo-importer >> demo data
and if you can’t find them then you can contact us we will provide the files to you

Don’t Hesitate to Share:

At the time of installation you may get a message like “Import failed,” . in that case it means your server PHP configuration limits is the reason for the problem. You should contact your hosting provider and asked them to increase those limits to a minimum as follows.

max_execution_time 300 or above
memory_limit 128M
post_max_size 32M
upload_max_filesize 32M

You can verify your PHP configuration limits by installing a simple plugin. You will find it here https://wordpress.org/plugins/php-info-wp/

You can also check your PHP error logs to see the exact error.

1. Install WooCommerce.

Woocommerce plugin is a bundle with our theme. This plugin should be installed with our theme required plugin. So no need to install Woocommerce plugin separately.  Now go to Appearance > Plugins and click on the Activate button for Woocommerce.
Please follow these steps to set the WooCommerce shop page.

Go to (Woocommerce > Status)

Select the Tools tab

After activating the plugin, you’ll be shown the setup wizard to configure the settings and install default pages like Shop, Cart, Checkout, My Account. But you can skip this and configure the settings later. Also, default pages can be installed from the left WordPress dashboard menu in Woocommerce > Status > Tools tab > Create default Woocommerce pages. Click the Create page button

Set the Shop Settings.

Set your shop details regarding the location, currency, measure units, tax information, checkout process, shipping and more in WooCommerce settings. You can access this section by going to the WordPress Admin Menu > WooCommerce > Settings. For more detailed information regarding WooCommerce settings click here.

Add Products.  
The next step will be adding products to your shop. You can add products by accessing the WordPress Admin Menu > Products > Add Product. You can add Product Title, Description, Short Description, Categories, Tags and many more details on this page. For more information click here.
Set the Main Shop Page.

Go to (Woocommerce > settings > Product tab)

Set your shop page from this select menu and check it on live.

Now you have a working shop for your website. For more detailed information about WooCommerce plugin usage, click here.

Warning! If you set the main Shop page via Woocommerce settings, it can’t be edited with the Elementor page builder. You can use Elementor only for a custom page that is not assigned to Main Shop Page and other default Woocommerce pages in Woocommerce settings. 
Also, please note that your Shop, Checkout and Cart pages should not be edited by Elementor. In case you have edited them with Elementor, you will lose them and won’t be able even to edit them by Elementor. Simply switch to the text editor in those pages and use these page shortcodes inside them:


This shortcode will be used for the Cart page.

Then make sure they are set correctly inside the WooCommerce settings as described in the Woocommerce article.