Contents

1. How to enable Visual Composer ( WPBakery Page Builder ) for Custom Post type

2. How to translate the plugin

3. How to translate the phrase "Back to Category" on mobile

4. How to get an invoice or billing

5. How to add Social login feature?

6. How To Update The Theme

7. How to translate the theme

8. How To Update WPBakery Page Builder Plugin

9. Cannot Update Theme! Error: Destination folder already exists

10. How To Update Plugins Included

11. Support Policy

12. How To Install Your Theme

1. How to enable Visual Composer ( WPBakery Page Builder ) for Custom Post type

Please see the steps below to enable Visual Composer for Service, Portfolio… 

Step 1: Go to Visual Composer > Role Manager. 

Step 2: Find Post types select Custom. 

Step 3: Choose Post type you want to enable Visual Composer ( WPBakery Page Builder ). 


2. How to translate the plugin

The easiest way to translate the plugin is by using the Loco Translate WordPress plugin. To use loco translate plugin, please see the steps below.

Step 1 – Read our How To Install A Plugin Not Included article to learn how to install Loco Translate WordPress plugin.

Step 2 - Go to Loco Translate > Plugins and click a plugin theme. Example: mrbara-vc-addons

Step 3 - Click New Language link.

If after you click New Language link, you see Template missing the warning. You only click Skip template link.

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Step 4 - Choose your language and choose a location is in languages/plugins/.  We  recommend you don't choose a location is in themes/mrbara-vc-addons/lang/, because after you update the theme all your custom files will be lost.

Step 5 - Click Start Translate button

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Step 6 - Click Source Text and enter the text you want to translate in German translation.

Step 7 - Click Save button

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Note: To update your language file when you updated the theme, you only click Sync button.

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3. How to translate the phrase "Back to Category" on mobile

On mobile devices, when you click on a product, you will receive this message on the screen:

To translate this phrase: you need to install a translation plugin at first Please follow this documentation for more details: http://docs.drfuri.com/martfury/1-how-to-translate-the-theme/ 

We generated the phrase "Back To Category" into two parts: "Back To" and "Category". Therefore, you need to translate each part like this:

Part 1: search for "Back To" and enter the translated words below: http://prntscr.com/not1yp

Part 2: search for  "Category" and enter the translated words below: http://prntscr.com/not30x.

Finally, click "Save" to save the settings.

Note: In case the translation is not working, please read this documentation to fix the problem: http://docs.drfuri.com/martfury/3-troubleshooting/

4. How to get an invoice or billing

As Envato is a marketplace in which your orders and payments are processed, you have to contact them for any request for invoices, billings or any other transaction documents.

in case you want to get an invoice, please follow this guideline for more details: https://help.market.envato.com/hc/en-us/articles/205604563-View-Download-Invoices

5. How to add Social login feature?

Please try one of the plugins below:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/oa-social-login/

Regards,

6. How To Update The Theme

There are 4 ways to update your theme: use Envato Market Plugin or the Envato Toolkit plugin for automatic theme updates and manual update the theme via FTP or WordPress.

Important: After updating the theme, all your content such as pages, options, images and posts will not be lost or erased by doing this. However, any customizations to the theme's core files, such as PHP files will be lost. So you need to the child theme to customize the theme.

Method 1: Automatic Updates via The Envato Market Plugin

The Envato Market plugin can install WordPress themes and plugins purchased from ThemeForest & CodeCanyon by connecting with the Envato Market API using a secure OAuth personal token. Once your themes & plugins are installed WordPress will periodically check for updates, so keeping your items up to date is as simple as a few clicks.

Step 1 - Download WP" class="redactor-linkify-object">http://envato.github.io/wp-envato-market/">WP Envato Market  plugin.

Step 2 - Install and Active the plugin. Read our Install" class="redactor-linkify-object">http://docs.drfuri.com/mrbara/how-to-install-a-plugin-not-included/#install-plugin-upload">Install a Plugin using the WordPress Admin Plugin Upload or Manually" class="redactor-linkify-object">http://docs.drfuri.com/mrbara/how-to-install-a-plugin-not-included/#install-plugin-ftp">Manually Install a WordPress Plugin using FTP article to learn how to install and active a plugin.

Step 3 - Click the Envato Market' menu in WordPress and connect to the API.

Step 4 – Don't forget to update" class="redactor-linkify-object">http://docs.drfuri.com/mrbara/2-how-to-update-plugins-included/">update the required plugins

 

Method 2: Automatic Updates Via Envato Toolkit

The Envato Toolkit is a great plugin created by Envato so you can update any ThemeForest theme right via your WordPress dashboard.

Step 1 - Download Envato" class="redactor-linkify-object">https://github.com/envato/envato-wordpress-toolkit">Envato Wordpress Toolkit  plugin.

Step 2 - Install and Active the plugin. Read our Install" class="redactor-linkify-object">http://docs.drfuri.com/mrbara/how-to-install-a-plugin-not-included/#install-plugin-upload">Install a Plugin using the WordPress Admin Plugin Upload or Manually" class="redactor-linkify-object">http://docs.drfuri.com/mrbara/how-to-install-a-plugin-not-included/#install-plugin-ftp">Manually Install a WordPress Plugin using FTP article to learn how to install and active a plugin.

Step 3 - Click the Envato Market menu in WordPress and connect to the API.

Step 4 – Don't forget to update" class="redactor-linkify-object">http://docs.drfuri.com/mrbara/2-how-to-update-plugins-included/">update the required plugins

 

Method 3: Manual Update Via WordPress

Step 1 - Download MrBara theme. Read our Download The Package Theme to know how to download the package theme.

Step 2 -  Go to Appearance > Themes and deactivate MrBara theme. To deactivate, simply switch to a different theme. For example, the default WordPress Twenty Sixteen theme.

 

Step 3 - After deactivating you can go ahead and delete it. To do this, hover over the theme thumbnail then click 'Theme Details'. In the bottom right corner of the window, click the 'Delete' button. All your content such as pages, options, images and posts will not be lost or erased by doing this. However, any customizations to the theme's core files, such as PHP files will be lost. So you need to the child theme to customize the theme.

 

Step 4 - Upload, Install and Active the theme. Read our Install MrBara via WordPress to know how to install MrBara via WordPress

Step 5 – Don't forget to update" class="redactor-linkify-object">http://docs.drfuri.com/mrbara/2-how-to-update-plugins-included/">update the required plugins

 

Method 4: Manual Update Via FTP


Step 1 - Download MrBara theme. Read our Download The Package Theme to know how to download the package theme.

Step 2 - Log into your hosting space via an FTP software(Use a FTP client like FileZilla)  and navigate to the wp-content > themes folder.  Find a folder called 'mrbara' and delete it. All your content such as pages, options, images and posts will not be lost or erased by doing this. However, any customizations to the theme's core files, such as PHP files will be lost. So you need to the child theme to customize the theme.

Step 3 - Upload, Install and Active the theme. Read our Install MrBara via FTP to know how to install MrBara via WordPress

Step 4 – Don't forget to update" class="redactor-linkify-object">http://docs.drfuri.com/mrbara/2-how-to-update-plugins-included/">update the required plugins

7. How to translate the theme

The easiest way to translate your theme is by using the Loco Translate WordPress plugin. To use loco translate plugin, please see the steps below.

Step 1 – Read our How To Install A Plugin Not Included article to learn how to install Loco Translate WordPress plugin.

Step 2 - Go to Loco Translate > Themes and click MrBara theme.

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Step 3 - Click New Language link.

Step 4 - Choose your language and choose a location is in languages/themes/.  We  recommend you don't choose a location is in themes/mrbara/lang/, because after you update the theme all your custom files will be lost.

Step 5 - Click Start Translate button

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Step 6 - Click Source Text and enter the text you want to translate in German translation.

Step 7 - Click Save button

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Step 8 – Don’t forget to translate the required and recommend plugins.

Note: To update your language file when you updated the theme, you only click Sync button.

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8. How To Update WPBakery Page Builder Plugin

Since the WPBakery Page Builder plugin does not allow updating via updating the theme, so please follow these steps below to update it.

Step 1 – Go to Dashboard PluginsSelect the WPBakery Page Builder plugin, and click Deactivate.


Step 2 -  After deactivate the plugin, go to Inactive tab, select the WPBakery Page Builder plugin and click Delete. All your content such as pages, options, images and posts will not be lost or erased by doing this. However, any customizations to the plugin's core files, such as PHP files will be lost.


Step 3 



9. Cannot Update Theme! Error: Destination folder already exists

This problem sometimes happens and prevents you from updating any theme or plugin. In this article, we will guide you how to fix the existing destination folder error in WordPress.

But firstly, why does it happen?

When you try to install a theme or plugin, WordPress extracts your theme’s zip file into a folder (which is named after the file itself).

If a folder with the similar name already exists, then WordPress stops the installation with the error message below:

Destination folder already exists. /home/user/example.com/wp-content/themes/martfury/
Theme installation failed.

Then, the first thing to do is visit the "Themes" page to see if the theme has been already installed on your site. If not, this could mean two things:

1. A previous attempt to delete the plugin or theme didn’t succeed, and it left the plugin / theme folder behind.

2. A previous installation attempt was interrupted and left an empty destination folder.

In either case, there is a folder with the same name as the theme you are trying to install. This folder prevents WordPress from completing the installation.

How do we fix it?

First, you need to connect to your WordPress site using an FTP client, cPanel File Manager or other services.

Once connected, you need to go to the /wp-content/themes/martfury and delete it.

Now, please go back to your WordPress admin area and retry installing the theme like you would normally do.

10. How To Update Plugins Included

You can see the changelog of the theme to know what versions of plugins included and what plugins you need to update. Please follow the steps below to update plugins Included.

 

Step 1 – Go to Dashboard > Plugins. Select the plugins you update, and click deactivate and then click to the  Apply button.

 

Step 2 - Select the plugins you update, and click delete and then click to the  Apply button. All your content such as pages, options, images and posts will not be lost or erased by doing this. However, any customizations to the plugin's core files, such as PHP files will be lost.

 

Step 3 - Install and Active plugins. Read our Install Plugins Included to know how to install plugins included.

11. Support Policy

Support policy

Thank you for purchasing one of our premium themes. We only offer support only to our Theme Buyers with a Valid Purchase Code. We only offer support for our themes, features and functionality unique to our themes. Please note that we cannot assist with general WordPress support or provide you with theme modifications and customizations in any circumstances. If you need any customization service you may request a quote from us.

What we support

The item support period

A supported item includes item support for 6 months from the purchase date. During those 6 months, the author is expected to be available to provide the item support services we’ve set out on this page. Response times by authors can vary depending on the volume of inquiries, the nature of the request, and whether questions have already been answered or support has already been provided (see ‘fair-use’ later on).

If you’re about to purchase the item, you’ll have the option to purchase extended item support, increasing the item support period up to a maximum of 12 months from the date of purchase.

Answering questions about how to use the item

During the item support period, the author is expected to be available to answer your general questions about the item and how to use it. For example, how do I get my homepage to look like the one in the preview? The response to this type of question can come in various formats including directing you to an already documented response (e.g. in the comments or FAQs).

Answering technical questions about the item (and included third party assets)

During the item support period the author is expected to be available to:

Help with defects in the item or included third party assets

During the item support period, you can report and discuss bugs and minor item defects with the author, and authors are expected to be available to assist you with reported bugs. If appropriate, authors may issue bug fixes directly to you as part of item support. (If an author decides to address a bug fix through a general version update, that update will be available to all buyers.)

A supported item may include third party functionality or items from other authors such as plugins, image sliders or contact forms. During the item support period, the author is expected to be available to assist with questions about third party assets, and to either help you to address particular issues with the third party asset or direct you to where you can find the solution.

Item updates to ensure ongoing compatibility and to resolve security vulnerabilities

If a supported item includes a third party asset (e.g., a plugin), or is intended to work with third party software or platforms (e.g. a CMS), authors are expected to ensure the item remains compatible if the software or platform version is updated. This includes if the third party asset has a security update. Item updates of this type will generally be delivered as version updates available to all buyers. Choosing a supported item (or upgrading to extended support) ensures you’re getting an item that’s backed by the author, and enables our authors to maintain their items in these ways.

What we don’t support

Our support is NOT applicable to the following queries:

item customization

Item support does not include services to modify or extend the item beyond the original features, style and functionality described on the item page. For customization services that will help you tailor the item to your specific requirements, we recommend contacting the author to see if they privately offer paid customisation services or checking out the great service providers on Envato Studio.

Installation of the item

Buyers have varying levels of experience with different software platforms and technologies and getting your item up and running can depend on many variables that are specific to your circumstances. You’ll need to have a working knowledge of the software platforms and technologies for which items are created, so item support does not include help to install the item on your server or on a CMS. If you’re just starting out or skilling up, try a course or tutorial on Tuts+. If you’re after installation services, you can ask the authors if they privately offer paid installation services or you can check out service providers on Envato Studio.

Hosting, server environment, or software

Authors are not required to support issues about your web hosting or server environment, or issues with the software you’ve got installed on your machine to use the item. Please check your ISP/web hosting provider or other software documentation that you’re trying to use to help solve your issues.

Help from authors of included third party assets

If a supported item includes a third party asset (e.g. a plugin or slider), the author of the third party asset is not required to provide support for that asset to buyers of the supported item. Direct your questions about third party assets to the author of the item you purchased.

Support Guidelines

Please follow the guidelines mentioned below while using our Support Forum:

Support Response

Thanks again for purchasing our themes, and see you in the forum!


12. How To Install Your Theme

After you download the package from ThemeForest, please unzip it. You'll see a file called mrbara.zip, which is the main file needed to upload and install.

Important: One of the most common reasons people have issues is because they try uploading the full zip that includes demo content, theme, documentation…etc which displays the “The package could not be installed. The theme is missing the style.css stylesheet.” error. Please make sure you are uploading only the installable theme which is called mrbara.zip.

Now that you made sure WordPress is up to date you can install the theme and there are two ways to install MrBara, via WordPress or via FTP.

 

Install MrBara via WordPress

 

Step 1 - Log into your WordPress website and go to Appearance > Themes and click Add New.

 

Step 2 - Click  Upload Theme.

 

Step 3 - Browse the mrbara.zip file on your computer and click Install Now

 

Step 4 - After the theme installed successfully, just click to activate it.

 

If you get the “Are You Sure You Want To Do This” message when installing mrbara.zip file via WordPress, it means you have an upload file size limit. You need to install the theme via FTP, or contact your hosting provider to increase the limit.

Install MrBara via FTP

Step 1 - Unzip the mrbara.zip file, you'll get a folder mrbara.

Step 2 - Log into your hosting space via an FTP software(Use a FTP client like FileZilla).

Step 3 - Upload that folder to wp-content/themes folder on your host.

Step 4  - Go to Appearance > Themes and activate the MrBara theme.