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Required plugins

  • DethemeKit for Elementor
  • Elementor Pro
  • WooCommerce
  • Elementor

Most templates are in Page type, however, there are some section templates that need to be imported according to their type.

The Header template sometimes just needs updating to make it appear as it should. However, if the Header is still not showing properly, then follow the steps below.

After importing all the templates, you need to set the  Header and Footer from Templates > Theme Builder > (Header or Footer) 

Click the Add Template button

Then Insert your Header or Footer template, and then click the Update button 


How to set the logo

You can set the logo from the Header section, go to  Templates > Theme Builder > Header, edit the Header 

Click the Image element to edit the logo, then set your Logo 


How to set Popup in Header

The popup in the header can be set from the Header section

Then click the same icon, and go to the "Link" option, then click Settings, and set Offcanvas (Template) 


How to import WooCommerce product demo

WooCommerce product demo content is provided in CSV files. You can download the CSV file at the following link => CSV source

Then import the CSV file from Products, click the Import Start button

Then follow the instructions that appear on the screen.


How to import Post and De Grid templates

Please download the zip file from the link below. After downloading the zip file, then unzip it to find the XML file.

Blanche posts

Then import the posts using the WordPress Import tool. 

  1. In your WordPress site, select Tools > Import on the left nav of the admin screen.
  2. Under “WordPress,” if you haven’t already installed the importer, click “Install Now.”
  3. Click the “Run Importer” link.
  4. Click “Choose File” and navigate to the WXR file exported from your source.
  5. Click “Upload file and import.”

You will first be asked to map the authors in this export file to users on the blog. For each author, you may choose to map to an existing user on the blog or to create a new user. WordPress will then import each of the posts, comments, and categories contained in the uploaded file into your blog. In addition, you can import attachments by checking the “Download and import file attachments” option.

In the first section of the Home page, there is a third Posts Element. You need to set the content on the template manually. You can set Post with the Posts element on the Content (tab) > Layout, select the appropriate Skin and Default template 

In the third section of the Home page, there is a second Posts Element. You also need to set the content in the template manually because elements cannot automatically call up the template post ID

In the fourth section of the Home page, there is a third Posts Element. Set the template content manually as shown in the image below

In the fifth section of the Home page, there is a fourth Posts Element. Set the template content manually as shown in the image below

In the sixth section of the Home page, there is a fifth Posts Element. Set the template content manually as shown in the image below

In the seventh section of the Home page, there is the sixth Posts Element. Set the template content manually as shown in the image below

In the eighth section, in the left-hand column on the Home page, is the seventh Posts Element. Set the template content manually as shown in the image below

In the eighth section, in the right-hand column on the Home page, is the eighth Posts Element. Set the template content manually as shown in the image below

Still, in the eighth section on the Home page, there is the ninth Posts Element. Set the contents of the template manually as shown in the screenshot below

In the ninth section of the Home page there is the tenth or last Posts Element which uses a custom template. Set the contents of the template manually as shown in the screenshot below