Themes requirements

WordPress CMS

Read our basic theme requirements that can be applied to all our products. Our themes are developed for WordPress CMS so they require WordPress installation on your website. You can download the latest version of the CMS here

NOTE: if you want to install dummy content from our demo site, we highly recommend installing it on a fresh WordPress without any data. So it will not override any of your existing content.
WordPress dashboard interface

WordPress installation

General steps to install WordPress CMS to your site

  1. Download the latest WordPress version from
  2. Upload the zip file to your website root folder and unzip
  3. Create a database (using your hosting panel)
  4. Set up WordPress. Detailed instructions

Here the list of useful links to install WordPress CMS

Server Requirements

Your website hosting server should match basic WordPress requirements first Minimum PHP version supported by our theme is 5.6. But the recommended version is 7.4+ and WordPress recommends PHP 7.4 at minimum.

Sometimes you may get some errors while installing our theme, importing content, or activating plugins. Most popular are white screen or PHP errors, Theme Settings or menu items are not saved, etc. They may be caused by low PHP configuration limits. In this case, you need to increase some values. You can do this on your own or contact your hosting providers and ask them to increase parameters to the following requirements:

  1. memory_limit 128M
  2. post_max_size 64M
  3. upload_max_filesize 64M
  4. max_execution_time 180
  5. max_input_vars 10000

How to verify your PHP configuration

Basic PHP values required for our theme you can see under the System Status tab in our Space Dashboard. If you see that something is not high enough then you will need to contact your hosting provider and ask them to increase if possible. Recommended hostings for WordPress websites are Bluehost and WP Engine.

System status table
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