How to Install Templates
Templates are prebuilt demos for a specific type of a website that can be installed on the Jupiter theme. Each template is created by a group of designers and developers from Artbees exclusively for the Jupiter theme.
In this article, we explain how to install, and uninstall a template, as well as some solutions to common issues.
To see all available templates for Jupiter, check the Templates page.
In this article
At Artbees, we design and develop exclusive prebuilt demos (templates) for the Jupiter theme. All of the available templates are installable in the latest version of Jupiter theme.
There are some points to consider before using templates:
- Templates needs to be installed in a fresh installation of WordPress.
- Installing or uninstalling a template will erase all the data and settings of your website.
- All images and videos are copyrighted and used only for demo purposes.
Images and videos
As mentioned above all images and videos are copyrighted and they are included in our templates for demo purposes only. If you’d like to use any of them on your website, you’ll need to acquire the appropriate license for each asset.
Installing a template
Template installation is an automatic process and it needs to be done in the Jupiter control panel. In this example, we install the Poseidon template.
To install the template:
- The template will be downloaded from our server.
- Required plugins will be installed and activated.
- Post, page contents, navigation, widgets and sliders will be imported.
Uninstalling a template
As explained in the previous section, we installed the Poseidon template successfully. The uninstallation process is also automatic and easy to do.
To uninstall the template:
A list of common issues that you may face during template installation. The list will be updated regularly.
FS_METHOD (Ownership of wp-directory)
This issue occurs when WordPress does not have permission to modify the file systems correctly. To solve this issue on 99% of web hosts, add the following codes in the wp-config.php file and modify each six FTP details based on your own details.
define('FS_METHOD', 'direct'); define( 'FS_CHMOD_DIR', ( 0755 & ~ umask() ) ); define( 'FS_CHMOD_FILE', ( 0755 & ~ umask() ) ); define('FTP_BASE', __DIR__); define('FTP_CONTENT_DIR', __DIR__ .'/wp-content/'); define('FTP_PLUGIN_DIR', __DIR__ .'/wp-content/plugins/'); define('FTP_HOST', 'hostname'); define('FTP_USER', 'username'); define('FTP_PASS', 'password');
Error 504 (Gateway Time-out)
This issue occurs mostly when the PHP maximum execution time is less than the Jupiter requirements. Read the Jupiter server requirements article and increase your server maximum execution time to the recommended value.