Importing the Demo Content:
On the WordPress Menu go to:
Tools >> Import
Scroll down to the bottom where it says ‘WordPress Install Importer’ and click on this. This will import the WP import/export plugin.
Follow the prompts and import the Passion Content File.
You may see whole lot of media files have not been imported, but this is normal. Post images are not imported with this file. The demo layouts are now on all the pages and can be edited.
Script text upload:
Once you have loaded a layout to a page, open up the header module at the top of the page.
Go to the Design tab (2nd tab along and in the first area you see Header font, upload the font into the h1 header.
Name the font ‘Darcey’, upload and save the module and then the page.
You only have to do this once for the font to be imported into the theme.
Menu Set Up:
This theme has 2 menus:
- Main menu (Top Menu)
- Footer Menu
Go to Appearance >> Menu’s.
- Create a new menu and name the menu, (We named this menu ‘Top Menu’)
- hit save
- add the pages you wish to appear in the main header.
- At the bottom of the screen click Theme Location >> Primary Menu >> Save
Create a second menu (This is for the footer of the menu)
- Create a new menu and name the menu, (We named this menu ‘Footer Menu’)
- hit save
- add the pages you wish to appear in the menu.
- At the bottom of the screen click Theme Location >> Footer Menu >> Save
If you get stuck setting up the menu’s, visit this link for a tutorial on how to set up your menu in WordPress.
Now that the menu’s are set up, we need to set a static front page.
Go to Theme Customiser and select Static Front page, set the Front Page display to ‘Static Page’ and select the home page of your choice in the drop down box of the ‘Front Page’. Then save.
Blog Post Set up
There are no layouts in the library for the posts. The theme uses the native WordPress wyzywig editor. Select the sidebar you want to in the top metabox to the right.
To edit the footer, go to the Divi Library and select Custom Footer (edit here). You can edit the footer in the usual way using Divi.