Step by Step Installation Guide
1. Go to Appearance
2. Click on Add New
3. Click on Upload Theme
4. Choose File (choose wavio.zip)
5. Click on Install Now
6. Click on Activate
1. Install all required plugins by clicking on Begin installing plugins
2. Select all by clicking on the top checkbox. Then uncheck NextGEN Gallery plugin.
3. Choose Install option in Bulk actions selector
4. Click once Apply
5. Wait for a little till plugins are installing and activating. The installation time depends on your hosting performance. Usually, it takes about 30 seconds.
6. Click on Dashboard
Notice: sometimes after clicking on Dashboard (on this step) you will redirect to the Woocommerce plugin beginner installation. Just skip it on, do it later after installing the demo content.
One-Click Demo Content Install
We recommend you to install demo content. To use this feature Backup & Demo Content Extenstion must be active in the Unyson plugin. If it’s the first theme installation you need to activate that extension before, but if you already activated the Backup & Demo Content Extenstion on the current site just skip all first steps and go to the last step (№5) to simply install the demo content.
1. Go to Unyson
2. Click on Show Other Extensions
3. Find Backup & Demo Content and click on Download. Now the site is ready for One-click Demo Content Install feature.
4. Go to Tools => Demo Content Install
5. Be aware – installing demo content will delete all your current content. Click on Install
Wait till it’ll be downloaded. Your Wavio theme now must be identical to the live preview. If the exported demo looks different than the live preview then go to Elementor => Tools => Regenerate CSS => Click on Regenerate Files button. If you are going to use gallery feature, then click on install NextGEN Gallery plugin in the notification. If you have trouble with installation, please check the minimal PHP hosting requirements from the Technical Requirements section below.
You need web hosting with PHP 7.4.x, MySQL 5 or higher, and WordPress 5.x installed.
If you have troubles with theme installation or one-click demo install feature, make sure your server configuration limits are:
- post_max_size 32M
- upload_max_filesize 32M
- max_execution_time 600
- memory_limit 128M
You can check them using the plugin PHP Info. To change these values:
1. Edit your .htaccess file (at the root of your FTP) and add these lines:
php_value upload_max_filesize 32M
php_value post_max_size 32M
php_value memory_limit 128M
php_value max_execution_time 600
2. Try to use plugin PHP Settings
3. If it still not helps – contact your hosting provider, they must help you with server configuration.