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Handmade Marketplace WooCommerce WordPres Theme

Introduction for our Handmade Product on CMSmart NEXT

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Handmade – Handmade Shop WooCommerce WordPress Theme is a clean and clear theme which is created with the utmost care and attention to detail. Handcraft products have become an extremely popular trend and they have been gaining popularity all over the world in recent years. Therefore, own a beautiful handmade website with a strong core theme and many features as Estana is the best choice.

More Information

To access with our update or upcoming theme, we can contact us through:

project@netbaseteam.com 

https://twitter.com/cmsmartnet

Help NEXT

Introduction about WordPress:

https://wordpress.org/about/

Theme WordPress:
https://wordpress.org/themes/

Plugin WordPress:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/

Support WordPress:

https://wordpress.org/support/

Support NEXT

2.1 Support Policy

This user guide helps you with a problem about theme installation and configuration- please read it carefully.

Theme Support

Our WordPress team is dedicated to providing customers with the best Quality, Value, and Services. If you encounter some bug of a product or have other problems with the theme, please refer to chapter Troubleshooting. If you don’t find there, we would love to hear from you. For feedback about our products, please feel free to contact us at:

@Support Service

Our forum for updates and news.

@CMSMart Forum

Some other contact information:

@CMSMart on Facebook

You can also follow us on Twitter!

@CMSMart on Twitter

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us:

Administration department: admin@cmsmart.net

Sales department: sales@cmsmart.net

Support from Netbase Team will be defined as follows:

  • Support time:

Monday – Friday 8:15 AM to 6:00 PM UTC+7

Saturday: 8h15AM to 12:00PM UTC+7

Item support includes:

  • Solving all questions or technical problems regarding the item and its features.
  • Fixing bugs and reported issues.
  • Providing updates to ensure compatibility with new software versions.

Customization request on our products:

As you bought products from Cmsmart, you can begin to request additional services which are specific to your website. The services can be:

  • Theme Installations Services with DEMO data
  • Plugin Development Services
  • Themes Customization Services
  • Full E-commerce website set up
  • SEO services
  • Website Maintenance Services
  • Website Speed Optimization Services

Please feel free to send your request to our Project Department at:

Emailproject@netbaseteam.com

Our team will get back to you with detail implementation plan and pricing.

We hope we can help you to bring more values to your website projects, and treat you fair as our beloved client.

2.2 Third – party plugin

This theme may not be compatible with some third-party plugin. There are thousands of available WordPress plugin and we cannot make our theme compatible with all. Only the “default” WordPress theme is compatible with all third-party plugins because all plugins are designed to work with it. However, nobody uses “default “theme, everybody often uses custom themes. So, we are not responsible for the problem when you install other plugins on our theme.

We are sure that this theme compatible well with available plugins in it and if have problems with our plugins in this theme, we will have a responsibility to support for you.

This isn’t something specific to our themes; this is a general rule for all WordPress themes and plugins.

How to quickstart install Handmade WordPress theme into your hosting? NEXT

How to quickstart install Handmade WordPress theme into your hosting? 

How to install Handmade WordPress theme into your hosting? NEXT

Step 1: Upload WordPress installation file into your host

Step 2: Install WordPress on your domain 

You can create new database or use created database

Step 3: Go to Backend > Appearance > Theme > Add new > Upload > Choose theme file 

Step 4: Install and active theme

Step 5: Install and active plugins

Step 6: Select demo and import demo data

Step 7: Import icon for site

Step 8: View the site after completing

Watch the video below for a quick overview of how it works

 

Our powerful Core theme of Handmade NEXT

1. Multiple Headers

Our theme comes many header types that you can customize your website exactly the way you want.

Go to backend -> Appearance -> Customize -> Header Options:

  • Edit general, header topbar, header middle, header bottom in Section

  • Edit header style in Presets:

  • Edit menu:

2. Element

Go to backend -> Appearance -> Customize -> Element

  • Easily to change title section, button, social share,…

3. Unlimited custom color variations

Select and set dozens of color for your elements which are using our Custom Color Picker

Go to backend -> Appearance -> Customize -> Color:

  • Edit Primary Color, Background, Body Content in General:

  • Edit Text, link in Type:

  • Edit Main menu, header top, header buttom color in Header:

  • Edit Footer Color in Footer:

4. Various Google Fonts

Over 800 google font which you can use and upload. Being stored on Google’s servers, displaying them will be fast & reliable.

Go to backend -> Appearance -> Customize -> Typography -> edit Body Font, Headings Font:

5. Dozens of Blog layouts

Amazing features that will make your blog or magazine stand out among others.

You can design your own awesome blog page with many styles and layouts that attracting readers.

Go to backend -> Appearance -> Customize -> Blog:

  • Edit layout, post meta in General:

  • Edit title, layouts post in Single Post:

  • Edit more in Blog Archive:

 6. Product page

Go to backend -> Appearance -> Customize -> Product:

You can edit category title, lay out in Product category:

  • Edit layout, product gallery, information tab, ... in Product detail:

7. Multi footer

Our theme comes many header types that you can customize your website exactly the way you want.

Go to backend -> Appearance -> Customize -> Footer:

 

 

 

How to setting main plugin for your site? NEXT

1. Visual Composer

Visual Composer is a unique plugin, it will help you manage your content at the WordPress sites and create stunning layouts in few minutes without coding. Nowadays many websites have complex grid layouts with columns, tabs, sliders and etc. In the past, to create that type of layouts you should be HTML guru or Shortcodes operator ninja.

Go to WPBakery Page Builder Settings -> Role Maneger -> edit information -> Save

2. Contact Form 7

Contact Form 7 can manage multiple contact forms, plus you can customize the form and the mail contents flexibly with simple markup. The form supports Ajax-powered submitting CAPTCHA, Akismet spam filtering and so on.

Go to backend -> Contact

3. Slider Revolution

Create Slider

Go to Slider Revolution -> Slider Revolution -> New Slider-> Complete information (from part 1 to part 5) -> Save Setting

I prefer you read its documentation live at

http://revolution.themepunch.com/documentation/

Edit Slider

To modify text and animation in sliders that are created, you go to Slider Revolution -> Slider Revolution -> Choose Slider that you want to modify (Edit Slider)

Example: You want to edit slide home 1

Step 1: You click on #2 Fishing 2

Step 2: You want to edit style or it’s animation…, you have to choose it and choose tab you want to

Step 3: Save Slider

How to setting Orther plugins for your site? NEXT

Beside the main plugin such as Quick View, Wishlist, Compare, WooCommerce, Revolution Slider you should install other plugins: SEO, Security, send an email.

You should install this plugin to protect and bring profession for your website.

1. Security Plugin

An effective security plugin that is popular in WordPress themes security. It helps protect your WordPress site by hiding vital areas of your site, protecting access to important files, preventing brute-force login attempts, detecting

To know more information, you get the link below:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/better-wp-security/

2. SEO plugin

Although, all of our themes are optimized by with H1, H2, H3, H4, H5 tags, clean code, HTML5 if you want to get higher ranking on search engines, you must need some help from SEO plugins and Google Page Speed Service:

https://yoast.com/wordpress/plugins/seo/

https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/service

https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-smushit/

https://wordpress.org/plugins/seo-image/

3. Jetpack plugin

Jetpack simplifies managing WordPress sites by giving you visitor stats; security services, speeding up images and helping you get more traffic. Jetpack is a free plugin.

To know more information, you get the link below:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/jetpack/

How to configure Troubleshooting for your theme? NEXT

1. Common Installation Problems

1.1. I see a directory listing rather than a web page

The web server needs to be told to view index.php by default. In Apache, use the DirectoryIndex index.php directive. The simplest option is to create a file named .htaccess in the installed directory and place the directive there. Another option is to add the directive to the web server’s configuration files.

1.2. I see lots of Headers already sent errors. How do I fix this?

You probably introduced a syntax error in editing wp-config.php.

1, Download wp-config.php(if you don’t have shell access).

2, Open it in a text editor.

3, Check that the first line contains nothing but <? PHP, and that there is no text before it (not even whitespace).

4, Check that the last line contains nothing but?>, and that there is no text after it (not even whitespace).

5, If your text editor saves as Unicode, make sure it adds no byte order mark (BOM). Most Unicode-enabled text editors do not inform the user whether or not it adds a BOM to files; if so, try using a different text editor.

6, Save the file, upload it again if necessary, and reload the page in your browser.

1.3. My page comes out gibberish. When I look at the source I see a lot of "<?php ?>" tags.

If the <?PHP?> tags are being sent to the browser, it means your PHP is not working properly. All PHP code is supposed to be executed before the server sends the resulting HTML to your web browser. (That’s why it’s called a preprocessor.) Make sure your web server meets the requirements to run WordPress, that PHP is installed and configured properly, or contact your hosting provider or system administrator for assistance.

1.4. I keep getting an Error connecting to database message but I'm sure my configuration is correct.

Try resetting your MySQL password manually. If you have access to MySQL via shell, try issuing:

SET PASSWORD FOR ‘wordpressusername’@’hostname’ = OLD_PASSWORD (‘password’);

If you are using a version of MySQL prior to 4.1, use PASSWORD instead of OLD_PASSWORD. If you do not have shell access, you should be able to simply enter the above into an SQL query in phpMyAdmin. Failing that, you may need to use your host’s control panel to reset the password for your database user.

1.5 My image/MP3 uploads aren't working

If you use the Rich Text Editor on a blog that’s installed in a subdirectory, and drag a newly uploaded image into the editor field, the image may vanish a couple seconds later. This is due to a problem with TinyMCE (the rich text editor) not getting enough information during the drag operation to construct the path to the image or another file correctly. The solution is to NOT drag uploaded images into the editor. Instead, click and hold on the image and select Send to Editor.

2. The Most Common WordPress Error

2.1. "Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance" message remaining after an automatic upgrade

The problem:

Your WordPress site is showing “Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance” after an automatic upgrade has completed.

Solution: Remove .maintenance file

A file named .maintenance is placed by WordPress during an automatic upgrade to notify visitors that the site in under a short maintenance. If an upgrade fails or is corrupted, the file will remain in the WordPress folder and won’t get deleted.

To remove the .maintenance file:

1, Access your blog root directory via FTP.

2, Locate the file .maintenance.

3, Remove the .maintenance file from the blog root directory.Once you solve this problem, you may want to run the WordPress automatic upgrade again.

2.2. Can’t delete a plugin

The problem:

You’re not able to delete a plugin in WordPress admin. It still appears even after you have deleted the directory via FTP.

Solution: Delete plugin via Secure Shell (SSH)

Your plugin might have uploaded some hidden/nested files inside the plugin directory which didn’t appear in FTP.

If you have SSH access to your blog,

1, Login your site via SSH.

2, Use SSH commands to nagivate “../wp-content/plugins/”.

3, Use ls -alto sees the full list of folders.

4, Delete the particular plugin folder with rm (Folder Name).

2.3. Fatal error undefined function is_network_admin()

The problem:

You receive “Fatal error undefined function is_network_admin()” when you log into WordPress admin after updating WordPress.

Solution: Manual Update

This error is caused by a fail WordPress version upgrade. Try a manual update.

1, Download the latest WordPress zip file and unzip it.

2, Backup your WordPress.

3, Rename wp-includesand wp-admindirectories to wp-includes.bak andwp-admin.bak.

4, Upload the wp-includes and wp-admin directories from unzipped folder to your web host via FTP.

5, Upload files from new wp-content to your existing wp-content folder. Replace and overwrite existing files.

6, Upload the new version of the rest of files from the root directory to your existing WordPress root directory.

7, Remove .maintenanceat your WordPress directory via FTP.

8, Login to WordPress admin and you will be given a link to URL like “http://domain.com/wordpress/wp-admin/upgrade.php”. Follow the link and instructions.

9, Clear your cache to see the changes if you have caching enabled.

For more details about WordPress manual update, read

https://codex.wordpress.org/Updating_WordPress#Manual_Update

2.4. Warning: Cannot modify header information – header already send by

The problem:

You receive an error message on your browser “Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /path/blog/wp-config.php:34)” right after upgrading your WordPress or a new WordPress installation.

Solution: Remove spaces, new lines, or other garbage in wp-config.php

1, Download wp-config.phpvia FTP.

2, Open wp-config.php.

3, Remove all spaces before <?php.

4, Make sure the first characters are<?php, placed at the first line with no space in between.

5, Remove all spaces after?>

6, Make sure the last characters are ?>, placed at the last line with no space in between.

This error could happen on other files too. Read the error message carefully as it states the specific file name where the error occurred.

2.5. WordPress admin dashboard is not displaying properly

The Problem:

The WordPress admin dashboard is displaying without CSS. All the links are not arranged properly.

Solution 1: Proxy & Firewall

Check if your Internet connection is behind a proxy connection or firewall. Some of these tools are blocking CSS files making CSS files to not load properly. Try to clear your proxy or firewall cookies and cache, and press Ctrl + F5 to refresh your page.

Solution 2: Upgrade WordPress Plugins

If you have any WordPress plugins installed for the admin menu such as ‘Admin Drop Down Menu’ plugin or ‘Lighter Menus’ plugin, upgrade it. If it doesn’t work, try to deactivate it.

2.6. Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted.

The problem:

Receive “Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted” when trying to upload an image with medium file size. To solve this error, try to increase the memory allocated to PHP. You can set the limit to 32MB, 64MB, 128MB or 256MB. It depends on your host.

Solution 1: Edit PHP.ini

If you’re still allowed to edit your PHP.inifile, update your memory_limit inPHP.ini by modifying the below line:

If the line is showing 64M in default, try 128M.

Solution 2: Edit .htaccess file

Add the script below to your .htaccess file.

Solution 3: Edit wp-config.php file

Add the script below to your wp-config.php file

Solution 4: Create a PHP.ini file to wp-admin folder

1, Open Notepad.

2, Insert the following code into Notepad.

memory_limit = 64M;

3, Save as “PHP.ini”.

4, Upload this file to “wp-admin” directory.

2.7. WordPress Admin Login 404 Issue

The problem:

You’re not able to login to WordPress admin. You receive a 404 error page instead.

Solution 1: Update the URL in database

If you’re able to access phpMyAdmin, try to update the URL in the database.

1, Login Panel, click onphpMyAdminunder Databases.

2, Select your WordPress database. For example: Username_wrdp1.

3, Go to wp_options, click on Browse.

4, Search for siteurl under the field option_name.

5, Click on Edit Field.

6, Change the URL in the input box of option_value.

At the bottom of a page, click the Go button.

Solution 2: Update Folder Attributes

1, Go to “/wp-admin” directory via FTP.

2, Right-click on the wp-admin directory and click on File Attributes.

3, Update the value to 755 and check Recurse into subdirectories if there’s an option.

4, Click OK.

5, Repeat step 1 to step 4 for /wp-content and wp-includes.

6, Open your web browser and try to login to WordPress admin. Press Ctrl +F5 to clear cache.

2.8. WordPress Blog and admin is showing blank page.

The problem:

This error normally happens right after a new WordPress Themes installation or WordPress upgrade. The entire blog is showing a blank page; so is the WordPress admin login page. There’s no way to access the dashboard.

Solution 1: Rename currently installed theme folder via FTP

Renaming the currently installed theme folder via FTP can force WordPress to choose the default theme to be put into service and you’re able to access WordPress wp-admin after that.

1, Navigate to the wp-contents/themes directory via FTP.

2, Rename currently installed theme folder. For example: “twentytwenty” to “twentytwenty-temp”.

3, Login to your WordPress wp-admin.

4, Check if your theme is compatible with your version of WordPress.

5, Check if your theme contains coding which can’t be executed.

Solution 2: Reset plugin folder via FTP

1, Navigate to the wp-contents directory via FTP.

2, Rename plugins folder to “plugins-temp”.

3, Create a new folder called “plugins” at wp-contents.

4, Try to login to your WordPress wp-admin.

5, Move your plugin from “plugins-temp” to “plugin” and activate them one by one.

6, Check if any plugin is not compatible with your version of WordPress.

2.9. Lost Admin Password & Email Retrieval is not functioning

The Problem:

You lost your WordPress admin password, and have tried to enter your username or email address in the “Lost your password?” page but failed to receive any link to create a new password via email.

Here are 2 simple solutions to reset your WordPress admin password.

Solution 1: phpMyAdmin

1, Login Panel, click on phpMyAdmin under Databases.

2, Select your WordPress database. For example: Username_wrdp1.

3, Go to wp_users, click on Browse.

4, Look for your Username and click Edit.

5, Reset your password by inserting a new value into user_pass. Remember, it is case-sensitive.

6, Once you completed this, click the drop-down menu under Function, and choose MD5 from the menu.

7, At the bottom of the page, click the Go button.

Solution 2: Via FTP

1, Login your FTP account.

2, Go to “…/wp-content/themes/ (your active theme)/”, download the functions.phpfile.

3, Open functions.php and add the code below right after the first <?php:

Replace YourNewPassword with your desired new password. The “1” in the script is the user ID number in the wp_users table.

4, Upload the edited functions.php file to your FTP.

5, Remove the code and upload to your FTP after you’re able to login WordPress.

2.10. You are not authorized to view this page (403 error)

The problem:

You receive an error message “You are not authorized to view this page. (403 error)“after inserting the username and password in the WordPress admin login page.

Solution: Enable Index.php

If your blog is hosted on a Windows server, this could be an error with Directory Indexes.

1, Login to the Control Panel.

2, Click on Web Options.

3, Go to Directory Indexes section.

4, Add index.php to the Directory Indexes. 

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