Before proceeding with the update, please be informed that updating your theme means overwriting all your current theme files with the new version’s files. Any code changes/modifications you have done with your current themefiles will not be saved that is why using a child theme instead for customizing the theme is suggested. However, all your settings and options (theme options, page options, etc) will remain after the update as these […]
No, you won’t lose your upload and settings when you update the theme. It’ll stay there. But, if you already have edited some files on the theme, of course, you will lose them. As this will overwrite your previous version of the theme’s files. So, you might as well backup your existing theme and re-apply […]
There are three (3) different Posts Layouts: 1.) Default Layout 2.) Small Image Layout 3.) Full Content Image You can set them under Morphis Theme Options > Global Posts Settings > Posts Layouts. Alternatively, if you want to just use a different layout for a specific page, you can just navigate to the Add New/Edit Page of the Blog […]
Navigate to Morphis Theme Options > Social Links. From here, you just have to simply input your credentials/link address on each social media icons you want to have it working. Social Media icons that are blank would not be displayed. Currently, there are 22 social media icons available.
Theme customizations/modifications are best done by using Child Themes. That way, when the parent theme is updated, your modifications are preserved. You can read more information about Child Themes in the WordPress Codex. Included with the Morphis Package is a sample morphis-child.zip file located inside the demo_content folder. There are two ways you can setup the […]
If you want to start with the same content just like in our Live Demo at Themeforest. You should import our demo/dummy content. Login into your WordPress Admin section (http://www.your-web-site.com/wp-admin) Go to Tools -> Import in the blog’s admin panels. Click on the WordPress and follow the instructions if Import plugin isn’t installed yet (3.0+). […]
The Import / Export function lets you “save” or “load” your Theme Options settings. To Export, just click the Copy, Download or Copy Link button to get the exported theme options settings. To Import, you can Import from file or Import from URL. When using Import from file, place the copied exported theme options settings […]