[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_toggle title=”How to get started with the theme?” open=”false”]Inside the theme package you downloaded from Themeforest you’ll find a file called Nayma_Documentation.html in the Documentation folder. There we’ve covered all the instructions to build your site with Nayma, from simple steps to get started (such as installing the theme or setting up your homepage) to dipper explanations about every feature of the theme and how to get the most of it.

In addition, we offer for all our customers a premium support forum where you’ll be able to: read about questions and issues from another users that have been already resolved, participate in threads to make the community grow and our products continue to improve, and open new topics of your own to ask about any help you’ll need regarding working with the theme. Our support team will be happy to have you there, join us here.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”How do I import the Demo Content?” open=”false”]Go to “Theme Options” >> “General” tab >> “Options & Content” section >> and press the “Import Dummy Content” button.
By doing that you’ll import to your WordPress installation the demo content and settings.

Please be aware that this process will override your current content & options in lots of ways. It is advisable that you do this only on installs with no previous content.

Note: If you will be using WooCommerce plugin, please install it before doing the import, and let it create its pages. Importing its dummy content too will gladly help your demo content look amazing. ;)

Note 2: Keep in mind that in order to keep your host resources safe we are not importing images, but referencing them. Because of that, you will not see the actual images being cropped until you re-upload them.

* If you receive a success message but don’t see any content imported **and** you had the WordPress Importer plugin activated, give this a second run, the Importer will have used the first one to deactivate the plugin to enable this action.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”I can’t import the Demo Content.” open=”false”]If you tried to import the Demo Content without success it can be due to a couple of reasons.

First, the content importer can’t work if the WordPress Importer plugin is active. To solve that, it will automatically deactivate it upon running, but it’ll need another run to effectively import the content. So, if you had your WordPress Importer plugin active, and when running the Demo Content Importer it didn’t work, give it another run and see if the content has come this time.

Secondly, there are server limitations that will stop processes after a certain amount of time. If that is your case, you’ll need to raise the php limits for your WordPress install in order to do that. Here are some links with detailed explanations:

http://www.content.after5pc.net/how-to-import-a-large-wordpress-xml-file-and-override-the-default-limits/144.html

http://wordpress.org/support/topic/500-internal-server-error-on-import

http://geeksterminal.com/how-to-fix-wordpress-500-internal-server-error/17/

The first one should suffice, but check out the other two in case it gets harder.

Anyway, you can still manually upload the demo content. In case you do want to import the content manually, you have it all ready in the folder /inc/dcontent inside the theme folder. The file you’ll want to import for the content itself (by navigating to Tools >> Import is nayma_dcontent.xml.gz. Next you open the nayma-demo-settings.txt file and copy its content to the Import settings box in Theme Options. Lastly, this plugin: http://wordpress.org/plugins/widget-settings-importexport/ will let you import the widgets from the file nayma_widget_data.json.
All of them are in the same folder. Do it in that order, as the sidebars and widget areas needs to be created before attempting to import the widgets to them.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Why the images imported with the Demo Content are not resized?” open=”false”]In order to keep your host resources safe we are not importing images, but referencing them. Because of that, you will not see the actual images being cropped until you upload instead of them your own fresh images.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”How to update the theme?” open=”false”]The best procedure to update the theme is from the WordPress backend.

IMPORTANT: If you’ve made any change to the theme itself (to the files), make a backup copy of the theme folder to your desktop before you update, and after that bring those changes back to the new theme (we always recommend to use a Child Theme to this kind of customisation).

Navigate to “Appearance” >> “Themes”, and:
1. Deactivate Nayma by activating another Theme.
2. Hover with your mouse on Nayma, and click “Theme Details”.
3. In that window click “Delete” (on the bottom right corner).
4. Now upload the new version of the Theme. IMPORTANT: You must upload the file called “nayma-vX.X.X.zip” (is located inside the zip file you downloaded from Themeforest) not the full Themeforest Package.
5. Activate Nayma.

You won’t loose any of your content and settings by updating this way.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”How to make a child theme and what is that for?” open=”false”]If you happen to be editing the theme’s files with custom modifications you may be in a hurry when it’s time to update the theme. To avoid that inconvenience WordPress has a way of including changes through a “child theme”. A child theme is a almost-theme that references another theme, and that will only include those files which you want to modify.

To create a child theme you just need to create a folder for it, and drop inside a style.css file with a little snippet on the top, that will let WordPress know it still has to use our theme. Once you activate it, you can drop inside it any file you want to change, without worrying it’ll go away when you update the theme.

Do a quick read of these two posts for detailed instructions:

http://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes

http://op111.net/53/[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”How to disable WordPress Comments on pages?” open=”false”]Comments on Pages are a native WordPress feature. To disable them you’ll have to go page by page in your dashboard and do the following thing:

1. In Screen Options (at the top of the page) enable the option “Discussion” (if it’s disabled) so you can see the Discussion box settings.
2. Then in the Discussion box that appears at the bottom of the page uncheck the “Allow Comments” option.

To disable the comments on more than one page at a time:
Go to “Pages” >> select with the checkbox all the pages you want >> go to the select menu called “Bulk Actions” at the top of the pages lists and choose the “Edit” option >> click “Apply”. Now open the options for Comments and select “Do not allow”. Press “Update”.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Why my logo shows up smaller that the file I upload?” open=”false”]The theme resizes the logo for design purposes, to make it fit into the layout in a right way. The theme always resizes the logo height to 60px. We recommend to upload images that are at least 60px height, so they won’t be enlarged.

If you have a logo that must be a little bigger or smaller than 60px height, join our forum and get a CSS snippet to achieve that.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”I don’t see the Visual Composer button in my modules/posts/portfolios/etc.” open=”false”]Navigate to “Settings” >> “Visual Composer” and activate:
quadro_mods (for Modules)
quadro_nym_portfolio (for Portfolio)
post (for Posts)

You should now see the Visual Composer button below the post title in those pages.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”I want my site to look like Home v.2 (or any other Home version) on the Demo.” open=”false”]Make an import of the Demo Content by following the instructions on this FAQ page. You’ll now have all the content and settings from Nayma’s demo. Then locate the page you want to recreate and the modules this page uses and start playing to adapt them to your site.

Afterwards, we recommend you to delete all the pages and modules you won’t use.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”How to use icons inside the menu?” open=”false”]Read about using the Font Awesome icons in this post.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”My images are not showing up / I’m getting a 404 error page” open=”false”]If your linked images are taking you to a blank page (actually, a page with only a title and no content), or when clicking a portfolio item you get absolutely no content, even when you know you added content to it, it maybe the case of WordPress not fully understanding your linked URLs. If you are experiencing this, try doing a Permalinks Flush (more on that on the next question).[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”How do I flush Permalinks?” open=”false”]To flush your permalinks navigate to Settings >> Permalinks, select any option for your permalinks, just not the one you have now. Click save. Then change it back to the option you had before and click save again.[/vc_toggle][/vc_column][/vc_row]