Installation - Documentation
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Unless you are absolutely sure that you will never ever need to modify any of the theme files you should install and activate a child theme for Meda.
For your convenience Meda comes with a ready to use child theme. You’ll find the “meda child” in Appearance->Theme if you have already installed it or install meda-child-theme.zip file. Its files structure is as in the image below.
If you want to modify the theme css, you’ll have to edit the style.css file.0
Setting up a Warp theme follows the standard WordPress installation procedure and works like with any other theme. In order to download the current version, please visit wordpress.org. Please check WordPress Codex for information on how to install WordPress on your server.
Once WordPress is successfully installed, you will have to upload the theme to your WordPress directory. Download and un-zip the meda-package folder. You will find 4 folders and one of them 01_Theme. There are two zipped theme folders 01_meda_v1.0.0.zip and 02_meda-Child-Theme.zip. If you want to use a child theme, will have to install two themes.
Open your WordPress dashboard. Go to Appearance > Themes. Click the Add New Theme button, then Upload Theme and select the 01_meda_v1.0.0.zip file. Click Install Now.
Installing recommended plugins
Once activated Meda will be display a notification to install and activation the required plugins.
After the installation and activation the required plugins, you can install the Demo
Setup a demo package
If you are new to wordpress or have problems creating posts or pages that look like the Theme Demo you can import dummy posts and pages here that will definitely help to understand how those tasks are done.
Before you begin, make sure all the required plugins are activated.