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WpForests PopUrls Guide

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Configuring Homepage
Out of the box, the theme displays feeds from Flickr, Digg, Delicious, Reddit, Lifehacker, Boing Boing and other famous blogs.

- Go to Appearance > Widgets
- Drag and drop the Popurls Widgets (e.g Popurls photoRSS) from the left column to the homepage widget area in the right column
- Enter widget info e.g
Header Title: Flickr
Site Url: http://www.flickr.com
Feed Url: https://api.flickr.com/services/feeds/photos_public.gne
No. of clips to display: 12
- Then Click "Save"



Types of Popurls Widgets
There are some Types of Popurls Widgets

1) Popurls textRSS

2) Popurls photoRSS
While it's stated to work with Flickr, other feeds with photos may also work, if they are in similiar format with Flickr.

Best way to find out is to try it out.

2) Popurls videoRSS

Adding More Popurls Pages
- Go to Pages > Add New
- Enter Title (in this case I entered WordPress)
- Select Popurls as the Template
- Click "Publish"
- Go to Appearance > Widgets and Pretty similiar to configuring homepage in the section above.

Sideblog Setup
- Go to Add New Post and write your blog post as normal
- Under Categories, add a new category 'Blog' (or any name you like).
- Your sideblog will now available at http://your_own_domain.com/category/blog/, which you may want to add to the Top Menu.



The theme is not displaying correctly e.g no styling, blank.
Check that all files have a permission of 644/666 and folders (both the main popurls folder and subfolders) have a permission of 755/777.

Cache directory is not writable.
Please check that the cache directory path \\wp-content\themes\popurls\includes/caches) is correct and has directory permission of 755 or 777.

Error: A feed is displaying blank in the widget or cannot be found.
Try using FeedBuner or Yahoo Pipes to burn the feed first and use their feed link instead.

How to Add Banners to WordPress Sites

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Nowadays advertisement is essential part of most of the websites on the Internet. We will learn about how to add banner on wordpress, so you can placed your affiliate banner or google adsense on your wordpress blog/site.

Add your banner to sidebar widget

Go to Appearance -> Widgets. Then, drag a Text widget to the appropriate widget area. In our case that would be Main Sidebar. paste the banner code in it, set a title for the widget or just leave it blank. Finally, you need to click on the save button to save this change.


Add your banner above or below all posts or pages

To add banners above or below all your posts or pages, you need to add the banner code inside single.php or page.php files of your WordPress themes. You can add the code of your banner right after the following code:

[code]<?php while ( have_posts() ) : the_post(); ?>[/code]

You can add CSS styling in order to make it look according to your needs.

Add your banner to the header or footer

Adding banners to your footer or header depends on the theme you are using. If it has widget area added to its footer or header, you can follow the instructions above Add your banner to sidebar widget. If your theme does not support footer/header widgets you’ll need to add your banner code directly into the header.php or footer.php.

Locate the following code in your header.php

[code]<body <?php body_class(); ?>>[/code]

And then add your banner code right after this code.

Finally, Good Luck and wish you get more referral and commission by applying this method.

Upworthy Theme Documentation

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The ad spot on the front grid only show up on the first cluster row. How can I place furthers ads there or fill it with content?

You have to set the number of posts to show for example: 8, 11, 14, etc.

Setting > Reading > Blog pages show at most


Learn How to Create New WordPress Menu

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To get to the Menus area of the backend of WordPress, you need to navigate to Admin -> Appearance -> Menus. This will take you to the primary menu management area where you can create a new menu and manage existing menus.

Menus in WordPress may contain links to pages, categories, custom links or other content types. You can also specify a different navigation label for a menu item as well as assign other attributes. There’s no limit on how many menus you can create, so if your theme includes more than one menu location, you can choose which custom menu to associate with each location.



How to Create a Custom Menu in WordPress:

1. Click on the Menus link in the Appearance menu. You’ll now see the Menus editor page.

2. Enter your menu name, and click Create menu (Example here: Menu 1)

3. Now you’re ready to add menu items (Pages, Links and Categories) from the boxes on the left.  Tick for example the checkboxes in the Pages panel, next to each of the Pages that you would like to add and then click Add to Menu button.

4. If you’d like to change which menu options you see from this page, click to expand the Screen Options tab. Now you can add other menu items options such as posts, tags or formats, or show advanced menu properties like CSS classes.

5. Simply drag and drop a menu item to adjust its position in the menu.

6. When you have your menu items arranged in order, click Save Menu. You now have a new navigation menu that can be added to any menu location on your WordPress site.

Learn How to Create New WordPress Page

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Creating a WordPress page is very similar to creating a post. Just remember that pages are intended for static content like About Me or Contact Us page.  A page is also helpful if you want to have a page that looks completely different than rest of your blog but still runs on the WordPress CMS.


1) Select the word "Pages" and then "Add New" on the dashboard.
2) When the page form appears, type a title and any content that you want to be posted to your page. Then click the "Publish" button on the right to post it to your site.

The key differences between posts and pages:

WordPress post is what makes up the blog aspect of your site.

  • These are generally news or informational updates about a certain topic or talking point.
  • Posts are listed in reverse chronological order and can be tagged, categorized and even archived on your site.
  • Posts can be found in the Archives, Categories, Recent Posts, and other widgets.
  • WordPress posts are what make up the RSS content of your WordPress blog. So, when someone subscribes to your RSS feed, your posts will be the content that’s delivered to them.

WordPress Pages are similar to posts in that they have a title and body text, but they are different because:

  • they are generally reserved for static content or information.
  • Examples of this would be an About Me or Contact Us page.
  • Pages are not listed by date and can’t be categorized or tagged like WordPress posts,
  • Pages can have a hierarchy, which means you can nest pages under other pages by making one the “Parent” of the other, thus creating a group of pages.

Learn How to Create New WordPress Post

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In this guide we will show you the very basic thing you need to do with WordPress - creating posts. To begin, login to your site admin panel and go to Posts -> Add New. And you can begin composing your first WordPress post.


Between the title and content fields, there is a large Add Media button. You will need to click on it when you want to upload an image or any other media to your WordPress post. The WordPress Insert Media pop-up will appear. Click on the Select files button in the middle of the screen.


For images there are two things you should take care of. First, describe the image itself - enter its Alt tag, title for the link and optionally a caption. The caption will appear under the actual image on your front end.

You can assign and/or add new categories to posts before you publish them using the Categories module to the right of the post editor. Categories provide a very convenient way to group related posts together, and to quickly tell readers what a post is about. If you would like to add a new category to your blog and associate it with the post, click  Add New Category.


A nice feature is the ability to Preview the post — this shows you more closely how it will appear once live on your site.  And, importantly, you can Publish the post once you have previewed, made any necessary edits, and are ready to go live.


That's it! You can now go to the front page of your site to check out the newly created blog post.

WPForests Theme Documentation

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After you have installed, now you can see WpForests theme in your WordPress admin panel under Appearance → Themes → Available Themes. From there you can activate the theme. Our themes are coded with the same Framework and therefore have the sama basic options and settings.

The Customizer
Under Appearance → Customize will find some default customization options and all color options. You can see a live preview of your changes, so you can decide if you like your changes before you publish them. All of our themes allow you to modify its site title & background colors, add a background image and more. Once you're happy with the result, simply click on the Save & Publish button to save the changes.


Further Theme Options
WpForests Themes come with lots of customization options, each options is grouped into category and each category has a tab, explore the options. Each options has a good description the in the Theme options page itself.  You can find further options for your theme customization under Appearance → Theme. Be sure to hit Save Options to save your settings once you are done.

Custom Site Logo
Here you can include your own logo image to replace the default logo. You need to prepare your logo image (max. width is 200 pixel) as a JPG or transparent PNG image first and upload it via the Media Uploader link on the theme options page. After you uploaded your image you can copy and paste the image URL into the “Image URL” text field and add the width and height of your image.

Favicon Image
The favicon options are also on the logo tab in theme options. Favicon’s are an icon associated with a URL that is variously displayed, as in a browser’s address bar or next to the site name in a bookmark list. To add them, simply click the upload button next to the appropriate field and select the favicon file you would like to use.

Enable/Disable facebook comments and popular post on sidebar There is an option to do that in Theme Options.

Infinite Scroll
Obviously, infinite scrolling is a new trend in web design and development and its great to find WordPress themes with such functionality in the market now. You can check to enable this feature.

Tracking Code
Add Google Analytics Tracking Code Adding tracking code, scripts or other custom code before the or

You can activate share buttons for Twitter, Google+, Facebook and Pinterest.


Widget Areas
that will allow users to add their own content in a variety of places on the page. Under Appearance → Widgets you can find all widget options. Examples are the default widgets that come with WordPress — like those for archives, post categories, search bars and custom menus. On the left side of the page, you will see all available widgets. Default widgets will be visible here, plus any additional widgets that have been added by your installed plugins. On the right, you will see all of your widget available widget locations like in the main side, footer or sidebar.  We prepared some custom widgets especially for advertisement (ads).

To add a widget to a location, simply drag the widget from its place on the left into the right section to activate them. To remove them, simply drag the widget back or click delete.


Footer Copyright
You can change it via Appearance → Editor → footer.php and remove/change the following code

[code language="php"] <a href="<?php echo esc_url( __( '<a href="http://wpforests.com/product/upworthy'," target="_blank">http://wpforests.com/product/upworthy',</a> 'upworthy' ) ); ?>"
title="<?php esc_attr_e( 'upworthy WordPress Theme', 'upworthy' ); ?>" class="site-credit"><? php printf( __( 'upworthy WordPress Theme from %s', 'upworthy' ), 'wpforests' ); ?></a>

WpForests Theme are ready to be used with the following WordPress Plugins:

WP PostViews - Enables you to display how many times a post/page had been viewed.
Jetpack - for Social Comments, Twitter Widget, Blog Subscribe Widget or the Jetpack Carousel Gallery
Easy Google Fonts - This plugin enables to add google fonts to any theme without coding and integrates with the WordPress Customizer automatically for a realtime live preview.
Wordfence Security - Enterprise class security and performance plugin that makes your site up to 50 times faster and more secure.
Yoast SEO Plugin - Improve your WordPress SEO

WPForests Theme Installation

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Before installing the theme and setting up the content, please make sure you have the latest version of WordPress installed. The theme should work with previous versions (although WordPress 3 is required), but my advice is to update as soon as possible.

Once you are ready, login into the WordPress admin and follow the steps below:

The ZIP file that you downloaded from wpforests.com will be used for your theme installation. There are two ways to install the theme:

The Easy Install

1. Navigate to Appearance > Themes within the WordPress admin panel.
2. Select the “Install Themes” tab at the top.
3. Choose the Upload option near the top.
4. Choose the .zip file that you got from wpforests.com (the downloaded WordPress theme) from your computer and click “Install Now”.
5. Activate the theme after it has uploaded successfully.

The Traditional Install

1. Unzip the ZIP file (The WordPress Theme File) that you downloaded from wpforests.com.
2. Next you will need an FTP program such as Filezilla.
3. Login to your server using the FTP software.
4. Upload the theme in to the /wp-content/themes/  directory.
5. Navigate to Appearance > Themes within the WordPress admin panel and activate the theme.


You are done!

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