Start the Journey

Buy

Become a Happy Owner

A Buyer's Roadmap

Choose

To buy a theme is a great idea!

Are you a professional web-studio or developer looking for a perfect template? Or you awant to have a personal blog or a web page for your business? We have everything you need to bring your business online!

Go to templatemonster.com or themeforest.net and find out how many remarkable templates we have for you. All you have to do is to add to cart the most suitable theme for you!

Pay

Pay and enjoy all the benefits!

You can easily choose the payment method that's more convenient for you

Or you can use another payment method if it is available on the marketplace.

Get

Get your order in the blink of an eye!

Check your e-mail box for a letter with all the necessary order details and download a theme in a .zip archive.

Prepare

Find Out How to Get Ready

Get a Domain Name

Are you a professional web-studio or developer looking for a perfect template?
Or you awant to have a personal blog or a web page for your business? We have everything you need to bring your business online!

Choose a Hosting

Before buying a template you must have surveyed the various hostings which provide space for your future site.

If you still are looking for a perfect hosting place pay attention to the most popular ones,
which are used by millions of clients:

You can also use other hostings if you're feeling like doing it.
We recommend you to pay attention to those which are more reliable and have good reputation among customers.

Make sure that your host supports the following necessary requirements:

  • The mod_rewrite Apache module;
  • PHP 5.4 or higher;
  • MySQL 5.5 or higher;
  • The php fopen Apache module;
  • The suPHP Apache module;
  • 50 MB of disk space;
  • Memory limit per process: 64mb (128mb or more recommended).

To unpack and install the theme on hosting you'll need the following software:

  • Apache Server;
  • For upcommpressing a template ZIP package: WinZip 9+ (Windows); Stuffit Expander 10+ (Mac)

Create a Database

The next step after buying a hosting is to create a database where your WordPress engine will be installed.

  1. To do this you need to go to the hosting control panel (CPanel).
  2. Enter the name for your future database.
  3. Add a new user.
  4. Add a user to a database.
  5. Select all the privileges for futher managing it.

For more information visit Database Installation guide.

Now you are ready to upload files to your server and install WordPress engine!

Install WordPress

You can install WordPress automatically by the means of cPanel or manually by uploading it from FTP manager.

When WordPress engine files are uploaded to your server root directory, you can proceed to WordPress installation itself.

Enter in your browser address bar the following address: http://mywebsite.com/wp-admin/

The link will start the installation process. Make sure that you’ve already created a database and know its name and have access to its password.

To learn how to install WordPress Engine in details proceed to WordPress Installation tutorial.

Install

Experience the Simplicity of Installation

Installation:
Simpler Than You Might Think

Theme installation can be as easy as breathing! How? By the means of Cherry Theme Wizard! This wonderfully helpful plugin can install a template and all the necessary plugins together with demo content for it! Get prepared for the really fast and easy installation, and check the Guide to make sure it will all work out!

Just install and activate Cherry Wizard plugin. It will make all the work for you!

You can also install the theme, plugins and sample data manually. Please, check the Guide to find out how to do it correctly.

Customize

Create a Unique Style

Website's customization can be a piece of cake if you know what to do and where to look!

To find out how it's better to customize your website and know about all the advantages click on the button below. An improvised website map will open offering you hints and useful tips about managing your website's elements.

Top Panel - this element is usually used to display a small panel at the top of your website’s page. It may also contain address, social links and phone numbers. For more information on how to easily customize it visit our How to customize a Top Panel tutorial.
Logo - an element that can be shown in your website header or footer. It makes your website unique and recognizable. Find out how you can upload it, and where to place it: logo and favicon customization, header styles. Click Here
Menu - this is an element that helps visitors navigate through your website, gives them necessary information. You can add or remove menu items, create your own menus and place them. Find out how to do it with the help of How to create a menu guide.
Background - this element defines your website’s background color. Learn how to effortlessly change its settings, and how to set a background image with How to change background tutorial.
Header - this element is displayed at the top of your website, represents it, and consists of main menu and your site’s logo. Check on how you can change your header styles in the How to manage a header guide.
Slider - this is an element which allows to create different sliders with visually attractive slide effects on your website’s page or in a widget area. Depending on your template complectation you can use sliders with different functionality: Slider and Post Slider modules, MotoPress Slider or Revolution Slider.
Content - this is the main element of your website, that contains information, represented by text blocks, images, posts and other modules. Depending on your template complectation you can use different content builders: Power Builder, Visual Composer or Elementor.
Breadcrumbs - this element is widely used to display the path which led visitor from the homepage to the page where he is right now, so that he can go back in one click. Choose how to show your website’s breadcrumbs in a How to create breadcrumbs tutorial. Click Here
Post Layout - is the structure element of your website, and you don’t need to know html to change the layout, the process is much easier and smarter. Just visit Post Layout guide and enjoy the process!
Post - it is a basic element of your website’s content. There is a variety of post types, and you can learn more about how to create and publish a post on the How to create a post guide.
Post number per page - is the element, that provides comfortable navigation through the pages of your blog posts. Check how to change the number of posts shown on one page in the How to change the reading settings tutorial.
Sidebar - is an element which allows to place in its area different widgets. It is usually placed on the right or on the left of your website’s page. Go to Customizer guide and Sidebar Customizer tutorial to learn how to show a sidebar on page. Check on how to add custom sidebars with the help of Cherry Sidebars quick guide.
Widget - this is a basic element of your website that can be placed in the widget area and has different functions. Know more about widgets and how to deal with them from How to manage widgets guide and Customizer guide.

Create

Feel Free to Share Your Ideas

Feel free to enrich your website with the variety of posts, pages and other elements, which are the cornerstones of its structure and content!

You Can Add:

Revel in the opportunity to tune up your website and deliver your ideas with the help of professional instruments avaliable to you!

Enjoy

Let our Themes Bring You Happiness!