Here are some requirements for installation of Bako Theme.
WordPress should be installed on your website.
Memory limit of your hosting server should be at least 128MB.
Max upload size and Post max size limits of your hosting server should be at least 32MB.
Max execution time limit of your hosting server should be at least 300 seconds.
After purchasing Bako theme, it’s recommended to download “All files & documentation” from Themeforest. Extract the downloaded .zip archive contents on your local machine (wherever you like).
1. For installing Bako theme, from your wordpress dashboard go to Appearance > Themes
2. Click “Add New” button.
3. Click “Upload Theme” button.
4. Unzip the theme package you downloaded from themeforest and select the bako.zip file by clicking “Choose File” button.
5. And Finally click “Install Now” button.
Once theme installaiton is done, activate the theme.
Extract bako.zip archive on your local machine
Log in to your FTP program and go to WordPress themes folder wp-content/themes
Upload extracted Bako folder in this directory
Log in to your Dashboard, then go to Appearance > Themes
Now you’ll see Bako theme in your themes list.
Once theme is activated, please activate all the required plugins of theme by clicking “Begin Installing Plugins” notice in the dashboard. List of bundled plugins is given below:
CMB2 (Custom Meta Box) Required
One Click Demo Import Required
Bako Custom Post Type Required
Bako Elementor Elements Required
Envato Market Optional
Contact Form 7 (Contact Form) Optional
Regenerate Thumbnails Optional
1. For installing plugins, go to Appearance > Install Plugins or click on Begin installing plugins link from theme notice.
2. Check the all plugins and select Install from Bulk actions, and click the Apply button
3. All installations have been completed. Now click the Return to Required Plugins Installer link at the bottom
4. Check the all plugins and select activate from Bulk Actions, Now click the Apply button
Pleasant to say, our theme has provided One Click Demo Installation feature For importing demo content go to Appearance > Import Demo Data and click the Import Demo Data button.
After the click the Install button, please wait a couple of minutes.
That’s all! 🙂
Setting "Home Page"
To determine which would be displayed as Front Page and which one as Posts Page, within your dashboard navigate to Settings > Reading and setup like on this picture below. Then click on Save Changes and basic site setup is done.
Adding new pages works similar to standard WordPress > Pages Add New.
At the bottom of the page you can find Page Settings box.
You can select Page Template from Page Attributes at the right side
Default Template with title. (Classic page)
Page One Page
Creating Pages with Elementor
Pages -> Add New
Edit with Elementor
Select Page Layout before hit the Settings Icon from left bottom corner.
The first step of creating our menu is to open the WordPress Menu Editor. For this go to Appearance Menus, type Name for your menu and press Create Menu button. Next, in section Manage locations for position Primary menu you need to choose a menu that you’ve just created. Now you can add Pages, Posts, Custom Links and Categories from blocks located on the left.
At the end you need to save your new menu by clicking on Save Changes.
You can choose what’s displayed on the homepage of your site. It can be posts in reverse chronological order (classic blog), or a fixed/static page. To set a static homepage, you first need to create two Pages. One will become the homepage, and the other will be where your posts are displayed.