Theme tutorials

If you installed your new theme to a fresh instance of WordPress and installed all of the demo content from the theme, you will have to remove any content that you do no wish to keep manually. Keep whatever you wish to have on your site but it is recommended that you remove things like blog posts and products. Below is detailed instructions on removing key elements:

PAGES

1. Navigate to WordPress > Pages > All Pages.
2. Click the top checkbox to bulk select all the pages you want removed.
3. Navigate to Bulk Actions > Click Move to Trash.

BLOG POSTS

1. Navigate to WordPress > Posts > All Posts.
2. Click the top checkbox to bulk select all the posts you want removed.
3. Navigate to Bulk Actions > Click Move to Trash.
 

IMAGES/MEDIA

1. Navigate to WordPress > Media > Library.
2. Click bulk select at the top.
3. Select those images you want to remove > Click Delete Selected.

MENUS

1. Navigate to WordPress > Appearance > Menus.
2. Carefully select the menus you want to delete, ensuring you are not using them anywhere on your site.
3. At the bottom left Click Delete.
 

COMMENTS

1. Navigate to WordPress > Comments 
2. Click the top checkbox to bulk select all the comments you want removed.
3. Navigate to Bulk Actions > Click Move to Trash.

PRODUCTS

1. Navigate to WordPress > Products > All Products.
2. Click the top checkbox to bulk select all the products you want removed.
3. Navigate to Bulk Actions > Click Move to Trash.

If you installed your new theme to a fresh instance of WordPress and installed all of the demo content from the theme, you will have to remove any content that you do no wish to keep manually. Keep whatever you wish to have on your site but it is recommended that you remove things like blog posts and products. Below is detailed instructions on removing key elements:

PAGES

1. Navigate to WordPress > Pages > All Pages.
2. Click the top checkbox to bulk select all the pages you want removed.
3. Navigate to Bulk Actions > Click Move to Trash.

BLOG POSTS

1. Navigate to WordPress > Posts > All Posts.
2. Click the top checkbox to bulk select all the posts you want removed.
3. Navigate to Bulk Actions > Click Move to Trash.
 

IMAGES/MEDIA

1. Navigate to WordPress > Media > Library.
2. Click bulk select at the top.
3. Select those images you want to remove > Click Delete Selected.

MENUS

1. Navigate to WordPress > Appearance > Menus.
2. Carefully select the menus you want to delete, ensuring you are not using them anywhere on your site.
3. At the bottom left Click Delete.
 

COMMENTS

1. Navigate to WordPress > Comments 
2. Click the top checkbox to bulk select all the comments you want removed.
3. Navigate to Bulk Actions > Click Move to Trash.

PRODUCTS

1. Navigate to WordPress > Products > All Products.
2. Click the top checkbox to bulk select all the products you want removed.
3. Navigate to Bulk Actions > Click Move to Trash.
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There are a number of ways you can do this, depending on how confident you are with css and php. The easiest way to change the fonts or upload a different font is by using this plugin, “Use any font”, which can be downloaded here.
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It’s important to keep your themes, plugins, and WordPress software updated regularly. You should check your site often for any recommended updates. We recommend that you update WordPress as soon as an update becomes available, and to do so, simply hover over the Dashboard link at the top left and click on Updates. If there is an update available, there will be a link where you can update. Plugins should also regularly be checked for updates as they are often responsible for problems. You may wish to hold off on updating plugins once they are showing a new version for a few weeks and then update by hovering over the Plugins > installed plugins and bulk select those you wish to update.
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Your category pages don’t display a title or description by default. To add them:

  1. In your dashboard, go to Posts > Categories.
  2. Click “Edit” on the category you wish to add a title or description to.
  3. Scroll down to the Category Archive Settings.
  4. To add a title, type in it in the “Archive Headline” box.
  5. To add a description, type it in the “Archive Intro Text” box.
  6. Click Update.
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It’s incredibly important to keep track of your website’s analytics. Analytics provides useful data on which pages are most visited on your website, how long users stay on your website, where users are coming from and where they go from there. Google Analytics is the industry standard when it comes to analytics, and very simple to install on your site.

1. Go to <a “href=”http://analytics.google.com/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>http://analytics.google.com and log in with your Google account. Fill out the signup information and click Get Tracking ID.
2. Once you’re signed up, go to your Google Analytics dashboard. In the lower left corner, click the Settings button, then click on “Tracking Info.” Under Tracking Info, select “Tracking Code.”
3. On the tracking code page, select the code in the box and copy it to your clipboard.
4. In your WordPress dashboard, go to Appearance > Theme Settings. Find the “Header and Footer Scripts” section and paste your tracking code in the Header Scripts box.

It can take a day or two for your analytics to show on your Google dashboard. If it doesn’t try clearing your cache.
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