Last updated on August 18, 2015
Appearance -> Themes -> Install Themes. Go to Upload, and select the file
studio9-child.zip within the zipped file you downloaded from ThemeForest.net. Hit ‘Install now’ and the theme will be uploaded and installed. This may take some time.
Using your FTP client, upload the non-zipped
studio9-child folder into the wp-content/themes folder on your server. Go to
Appearance -> Themes and activate the theme. The template is now installed and activated.
Replicate the Live Demo
We suggest that you import the dummy contents and theme options settings to duplicate our Live Preview to see how the contents if built.
Tools -> Import -> WordPress and upload the
@IMPORT/dummy-contents.xml file. Follow the on screen instructions. This process may take some time, make yourself a favour and brew a cup of coffee.
Theme Options -> Import/Export and copy the content of the file
@IMPORT/theme-options.txt within the
Import From File text area and then click on
Studio 9 require custom menus to work. You can find the custom menus management under
Appearance -> Menus.
Creating your Menus
You’ll need to create at least one new menu for the
Primary Navigation area, which is located within the top header.
Create a new menu to add a new menu.
Now, on the left hand side, select the pages you would like to have added to the menu. You can then click
Add to Menu and they will show up on the right side of the page. You can drag the pages around to arrange them the way you’d like.
Now that you have the menu created, you need to assign it in the Theme Locations located at the bottom. From
Menu Settings, check the appropriate location for your menu and save.