Jupiter X Migration Issues

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Migrating from one theme to the Jupiter X theme is a technical process and sometimes there may be some problems you have to deal with. In this article we’ll describe what migration issues may occur during theme migration and how to fix them.

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Page Content

Jupiter X uses Elementor as it’s main page builder, so most likely you will have to recreate the pages from scratch. Unfortunately to convert the page from your old content to the Elementor, it has to be done manually by recreating the whole page.

To learn how to properly upgrade to Jupiter X, check out this article.

To learn more about the Elementor and how to create pages using it, check out the articles in the Elementor category on the right.

Note: But don’t worry, You can still use the WPBakery Page Builder to maintain your website, but it is highly recommended to convert everything to Elementor because of it’s features and performance.

Content in Sidebar Is Lost

If your old theme had some custom areas in Appearance > Widgets, you may lose them when switching to the Jupiter X theme. The reason is that Jupiter X is designed differently and has its own widget areas.
To get the content in your sidebars back, you’ll need to add the widgets again to the new Widget Areas.

Note: To learn more about adding widgets to widget areas, check out this article.

Lost Tracking

If you use some sort of analytics tool, whether it be Google Analytics or another service, and you added the tracking code to the footer.php file instead of to a plugin, you will lose the code once you migrate to the Jupiter X theme. So, you’ll need to make sure that you copy and paste your tracking code into your new theme. This is one of the things that is very commonly overlooked by users.

Fix Thumbnail Sizes

It may happen that all of the new images that are uploaded after activating the new theme look good, but the old thumbnails appear ugly and distorted.
When you upload an image to WordPress, it creates duplicate images of the original in different sizes and saves them in the uploads folder. WordPress gets the thumbnail image size information from your theme. Your theme defines the thumbnail sizes, which are really useful in order to load the best image size when needed. These new image sizes are only applied to the images that you upload after activating the new theme.
To solve this problem you’ll need to generate new sizes for all the previously uploaded images. This process is often referred to as regenerating thumbnails and there is a plugin to help: Force Regenerate Thumbnails.

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