In this article, we’ll explain about different methods of installing bundled/3rd party plugins.
In this article
- Check the Release notes page.
- Install the plugins in a test/staging environment to test plugins with your theme.
- Backup your website.
- Deactivate caching plugins temporarily.
- Check online if there are known plugin conflicts for that particular plugin.
Installing Bundled Plugins
Jupiter X theme requires several important plugins. At the moment, installation of two of them are required. The rest of them are optional and you may install them based on your website requirements.
|Elementor||A drag and drop page builder||Required|
|Jet Elements||Elementor add-on||Recommended|
|Advanced Custom Fields PRO||Powerful and intuitive fields||Required|
|Customizer Export/Import||Adds settings export and import functionality to the WordPress customizer||Recommended|
|WPBakery Page Builder (Modified Version)||A drag and drop page builder||Optional|
|Layer Slider||A multi-purpose premium slider plugin||Recommended
|Slider Revolution||An innovative premium slider plugin||Recommended
|Master Slider||A powerful premium slider plugin||Recommended|
|Contact Form 7||A fully customizable contact form||Recommended
As an example, we will install Elementor, a required plugin for Jupiter X which comes bundled with the theme.
3rd Party Plugins Installation
It is highly recommended use a test/staging environment to test 3rd party plugins with your customizations and see how your website is affected, before installing the plugin on your live website.