To make the template your own, you need to know the fundamentals of HTML and CSS. It is important to understand the differences between the two languages, the syntax of each language, and some common terminology to effectively use the template.
Nevertheless, there are some specific online sources that will provide plenty of assistance. Here is a small list:
The template cannot be installed on WordPress, Squarespace, Wix, Shopify, Blogger, Joomla, Drupal, Ghost, or any other CMS. It is primarily designed for use on the web as a standard website.
If you are getting this error, it is because you purchased the template and tried to install it as a WordPress theme. Only WordPress files can be installed and managed through the WordPress admin panel. The template cannot be installed on WordPress.
While we use stock images in our demos, the downloadable versions will only include placeholder images. There are many ways to find images online. While you may be tempted to download them from a search engine, this can result in inferior quality images and copyright infringement.
We have curated a massive list of free stock photo sites that you can download and use for your personal and commercial projects. We have also included information on licensing and attribution where available.
We provide maintenance for our templates through updates when necessary. While we attempt to provide fixes for serious issues, there may be cases where it is impractical or impossible to generate a fix due to compatibility issues or the potential for introduction of unwanted side effects. Any updates will be delivered to you or made available to you for download via this website or an external marketplace. You are solely responsible for downloading, copying, and installing the updates.
Please note that we do not guarantee any updates for our free templates.
To help you find answers on your own, we provide access to a library of information about the template in our Knowledge Base. It covers the installation of the template and provides solutions to common problems. We encourage you to refer to it if you are experiencing any difficulties before contacting us. We will not respond to any support inquiries left in the comment sections of an external marketplace or social media.
Please note that we do not provide support for our free templates.
This depends on the license you have. For the Personal and Commercial Licenses, the template is limited to a single end product. If you wish to use the template for multiple websites, you need to purchase the Enterprise License. For more details on licenses and what you can and cannot do with the template, please refer to our Licenses page.
We retain ownership of the template itself, or any portion thereof, which remain in any modification, and reserve all rights not expressly granted to you. You own all rights only in the modification itself.
There are a number of code editors available to edit your code. If you use a PC, Notepad is available with your operating system, and for Mac users, TextEdit comes pre-installed. However, if you wish to do some serious changes to your code, a proper code editor will help tremendously.
Here is a list of open source code editors you can download to edit your code:
|TextMate||Mac OS X|
|TextWrangler||Mac OS X|
|Brackets||Windows, Mac OS X, Unix|
|Emacs||Windows, Mac OS X, Linux|
|Vim||Windows, Mac OS X, Linux|
|Visual Studio Code||Windows, Mac OS X, Linux|
There are also many paid options with a wider set of features that offer greater performance. We recommend Sublime Text for its comprehensive features and flexibility.
We do not issue refunds after the purchase is made. Please refer to our Refund Policy for more information.
We do not provide the backend scripts to make the contact form send you email or subscribe people to your email list, except for Genesis, Sub-Zero, Phantom, Hydro, and Dynamic.
If you have purchased Genesis, Sub-Zero, Phantom, Hydro, or Dynamic and your contact form is not working after configuring it, try the following:
- Review the file permissions for both the contact.php and class.phpmailer.php files within your server’s file manager. Both files should have permissions set to 0644.
- Check with your hosting company’s help documentation if you need instructions on how to do this.