WordPress Installation

This theme requires a working version of WordPress to be installed on your server. You should always run the latest version of WordPress. If you don't have a WordPress installed on your server, please follow the steps below to install it:

Step 1 - Go to WordPress.org and download the latest version of WordPress.

Step 2 - Create a database for WordPress on your web server and a MySQL user with all privileges for accessing and modifying the database.

Step 3 - Upload the WordPress files in the desired location on your web server.

Step 4 - Run the WordPress installation by accessing your website in a web browser.

Theme Requirements

Before you install the theme, please make sure your WordPress and Hosting meets the minimum requirements:

Name Number/Version
WordPress Version at least 4.7
WP Memory Limit at least 40 MB
Max Upload Size at least 64M
PHP Version at least 5.5
PHP Post Max Size at least 32M
PHP Time Limit at least 120
PHP Max Input Vars at least 3000
Allow URL fopen Enabled

Theme Installation via WordPress

In order to download the theme files package, please Go to ThemeForest, login your account -> Downloads -> Select the "Musta" theme and download all the package.

After you downloaded the package from themeforest, you will get the file: themeforest-xxxxx-musta-corporate-multiuse-wordpress-theme.zip, unzip the files, you will get the below files:

  1. License
  2. PSD
  3. Theme
  4. Theme_Documentation

Please, follow the steps below to install your Theme.

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Go to Appearance -> Themes. Click Install Themes tab, located at the top of the screen.

Step 3 - Click Upload.

Step 4 - Choose the musta.zip file from: "themeforest-xxxxx-musta-corporate-multiuse-wordpress-theme/Theme/musta.zip".

Step 5 - After actived the theme, you need to install the needed plugins.

Theme Installation via FTP

If you are going to install the theme using FTP, you will need an FTP Client, such as FileZilla.

In order to download the theme files package, please Go to ThemeForest, login your account -> Downloads -> Select the "Musta" theme and download all the package.

After you downloaded the package from themeforest, you will get the file: themeforest-xxxxx-musta-corporate-multiuse-wordpress-theme.zip, unzip the files, you will get the below files:

  1. License
  2. PSD
  3. Theme
  4. Theme_Documentation

Please, follow the steps below to install your Theme.

Step 1 - Log into your hosting space (server) via FTP client.

Step 2 - Choose the musta folder from: "themeforest-xxxxx-musta-corporate-multiuse-wordpress-theme/Theme/musta/".

Step 3 - Upload to your hosting path: "wp-content/themes/".

Step 4 - Now, login to your WordPress Dashboard and go to Appearance -> Themes and activate Theme.

Step 5 - After actived the theme, you need to install the needed plugins.

Automatic Installation Via Envato Market

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

Step 1 - Go to envato markert plugin page, Download and install the plugin.

Step 2 - Go to Envato API, login -> My Apps -> Your personal tokens -> Create a new token, when you created the app, copy the token code.

Step 3 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard -> Envato Market -> Settings -> Single Use OAuth Personal Tokens -> Add Item

Step 4 - Add your tokenYOUR TOKEN CODE and item id xxxxxx

Step 5 - Go to Envato Market -> Settings -> Themes, select the alink theme, and install it.

Step 6 - Now, login to your WordPress Dashboard and go to Appearance -> Themes and activate Theme.

Step 7 - After actived the theme, you need to install the needed plugins.


Plugins Installation

The plugins included of theme have been added by TGM, please follow the steps below to install them.

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Go to Appearance -> Install Plugins.

Step 3 - Select the plugins, then install and active them.

Import Demo

Setting up the demo content is super easy with our 1-Click Demo Importer. Please follow the steps below to import the demo data using the 1-Click Demo Importer

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Go to Musta -> Import Demo -> Choose one Demo.

Step 3 - Click the button "Import Demo".

Step 4 - Wait until the process is done and show your the notice. This may take a while. Do not interrupt/cancel the import process!

The important informations you should know before import demo.

1. Before you do the 1 click importer, please make sure you have installed and actived the required plugins.

2. Be careful, importing the demo content you will lose your content and settings! This is only suitable for new installations.

Setup Layout

Change the layout will be used for all the pages of theme, this is the global settings of the layout.

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Go to Appearance -> Theme Options -> General -> Layout

Page Layout

Page Width - The width for all of the pages.

Page Margin - The body spacing from left, top, right, bottom.

Content Layout

Content Width - The main content width of page.

Custom Content Width - The custom content width of your pages.

Content Padding - The content spacing from left, top, right, bottom.

Primary Content

Primary Content Offset - The spacing from sidebar.

Primary Content Padding - The primary content spacing from page top, right, bottom and left.

Secondary Content

Sidebar Width - The spacing from sidebar.

Sidebar Padding - The spacing from sidebar top, right, bottom and left.

Setup Header Layout

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Go to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Header -> General

Default Header

Layout - Choose the header layout of theme.

Fixed Header - Set it "yes" to let the header over the content.

Fixed Header Style - Choose the default style for fixed header.

Height - The height of header, the unit is pixel.

Sticky Header

Show Sticky - Set it "yes" to show the sticky header.

Sticky Height - The height of sticky header, the unit is pixel.

Mobile Header

Mobile Height - The height of mobile header, the unit is pixel.

Setup Home & Blog Pages

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Go to Pages -> Add New

Step 3 - Add a page named "Home"

Step 4 - Add a page named "Blog"

Step 5 - Go to Settings -> Reading -> Front page displays

Front page - Select it as "Home".

Posts page - Select it as "Blog".

Add Menu

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance => Menus.

Step 3 - Create a new menu, => Menu Structure drop the menu items to it.

Step 4 - Menu Settings => Theme locations set the menu to Primary Menu.

Step 5 - Save the change.

For other menu, please create a new menu, and save it in Menu Settings => Theme locations.

Add Social Menu

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance => Menus.

Step 3 - Create a new menu.

Step 4 - Add custom links, enter the social icon link. Example "Twitter", URL=http://twitter.com

Step 5 - Menu Settings => Theme locations set the menu to Social Menu, you can choose the position to topbar, top or bottom.

Step 6 - Save the change.

Add Offcanvas

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance => Widgets.

Step 3 - Drop and drag the widget from Available Widgets to Offcanvas.

Add Contact Form

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Plugins -> Install the plugin Contact Form7.

Step 3 - Navigate to Contact -> Add New.

Step 4 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Footer -> General -> Contact Form.

Step 5 - Select the contact form and Save Changes.

General Settings

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> General.

  1. Layout
    • Page Width
    • Page Margin
    • Content Width
    • Custom Content Width
    • Content Padding
    • Content Padding
    • Primary Content Offset
    • Sidebar Width
    • Sidebar Padding
  2. Page Loader
    • Show Loader
    • Animation of loading
  3. Sidebar

Header Settings

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Header.

  1. General
    • Layout
    • Fixed Header
    • Fixed Header Style
    • Height
    • Show Sticky
    • Sticky Height
    • Mobile Height
  2. Topbar
    • Show Topbar
    • Layout
    • Content
  3. Logo
    • Default Logo
    • Fixed Dark Logo
    • Fixed Light Logo
    • Logo Position
    • Sticky Logo
    • Sticky Logo Position
    • Mobile Logo
  4. Menu
    • Menu Width
  5. Search
    • Show Search
    • Search From What
    • Search Page Counts
  6. Call to Action
    • Show Call To Action
    • Url to link
    • Button Text
  7. Titlebar
    • Height
    • Parallax
    • Parallax Speed
    • Alignment
  8. Breadcrumb
    • Show Breadcrumb
    • Alignment
    • Delimiter

Blog Settings

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Blog.

  1. List Page
    • Page
    • Layout
    • Style
    • Counts
    • Excerpt Length
    • Ajax Loader
    • Show Filter
    • Show Paginate
    • FullWidth
    • Columns
    • Show Relative Time
  2. Single Page
    • Titlebar Height
    • Titlebar Parallax
    • Titlebar Parallax Speed
  3. Image Sizes
    • Classic List
    • Masonry List
    • Grid List

Project Settings

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Project.

  1. List Page
    • Page
    • Counts
    • FullWidth
    • Columns
    • Style
    • Show Cats
    • Show Excerpt
    • Excerpt Length
    • Ajax Loader
    • Show Filter
    • Show Paginate
  2. Single Page
    • Titlebar Height
    • Titlebar Parallax
    • Titlebar Parallax Speed
    • Show Related Posts
    • Related Posts Counts
    • Related Posts Columns
    • Related Posts Image Size
    • Related Posts Show Cats
    • Additional Fields
  3. Permalink
    • Item Base
    • Category Base
    • Tag Base
  4. Image Sizes
    • Grid List
    • Grid Cover List
    • Masonry List
    • Carousel Element
    • Grid Cover Element

Product Settings

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Product.

  1. List Page
    • Counts
    • FullWidth
    • Columns
    • Ajax Loader
    • Show Filter
    • Show Paginate
  2. Single Page
    • Titlebar Height
    • Titlebar Parallax
    • Titlebar Parallax Speed

Webfonts Settings

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Webfonts.

Add Google Fonts

Step 1 - Go to the font web: https://fonts.google.com.

Step 2 - Add some fonts, then copy the Embed Fonts.

Step 3 - Add the fonts code as below to the Fonts List option.

Nunito+Sans:300,300i,400|Roboto:300,300i,400
Add Typekit Fonts

Step 1 - Go to the font web: http://typekit.com.

Step 2 - Create a font list.

Step 3 - Add the Typekit Kit ID

Step 4 - Add the fonts name as below to the Fonts List option.

Your Font 1|Your Font 2|Your Font 3

Custom Codes Settings

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Custom Codes.

  1. CSS
  2. Javascript
  3. Analytics
  4. Google API

Theme Updater Settings

Step 1 - Go to the site: https://build.envato.com, Create a create a token.

Step 2 - Copy the Personal Token to your notebook.

Step 3 - Go to themeforest -> My Account -> Downloads -> Find Musta Theme.

Step 4 - Copy the Purchase Code to your notebook.

Step 5 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 6 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Theme Updater.

Step 7 - Enter your Personal Token and Purchase Code.

Export / Import Settings

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Export / Import

Colors Customizer

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Customizer -> Colors

  1. Global
    • Text Color
    • Light Text Color
    • Link Color
    • Over Color
    • Deep Color
    • Hgroup Color
    • Content Background Color
    • Page Background Color
    • Body Background Color
  2. Default Header
    • Topbar Text Color
    • Topbar Link Color
    • Topbar Over Color
    • Topbar Border Color
    • Topbar Background Color
    • Headbar Link Color
    • Headbar Over Color
    • Headbar Border Color
    • Headbar Background Color
  3. Light Fixed Header
    • Topbar Text Color
    • Topbar Link Color
    • Topbar Over Color
    • Topbar Border Color
    • Topbar Background Color
    • Headbar Link Color
    • Headbar Over Color
    • Headbar Border Color
    • Headbar Background Color
  4. Dark Fixed Header
    • Topbar Text Color
    • Topbar Link Color
    • Topbar Over Color
    • Topbar Border Color
    • Topbar Background Color
    • Headbar Link Color
    • Headbar Over Color
    • Headbar Border Color
    • Headbar Background Color
  5. Sticky Header
    • Link Color
    • Over Color
    • Background Color
  6. Mobile Header
    • Link Color
    • Over Color
    • Background Color
  7. Mobile Menu Panel
    • Link Color
    • Over Color
    • Border Color
    • Background Color
  8. Sub Menu
    • Title Color
    • Link Color
    • Over Color
    • Background Color
  9. Footer
    • Link Color
    • Over Color
    • Border Color
    • Background Color
  10. Footer Widgets
    • Title Color
    • Text Color
    • Link Color
    • Over Color
    • Background Color
  11. Copyright
    • Text Color
    • Link Color
    • Over Color

Styles Customizer

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Customizer -> Styles

  1. Button
    • Style
    • Padding
    • Border Width
  2. Text Field
    • Padding
    • Border Width
    • Border Radius

Fonts Customizer

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Customizer -> Fonts

  1. Body
    • Font Family
    • Font Size
    • Font Weight
    • Line Height
    • Letter Spacing
    • Text Transform
  2. Hgroup
    • Font Family
    • Font Weight
    • Line Height
    • Letter Spacing
    • Text Transform
    • H1
    • H2
    • H3
    • H4
    • H5
    • H6
  3. Site Title
    • Font Family
    • Font Weight
    • Letter Spacing
    • Text Transform
    • Default Font Size
    • Sticky Font Size
    • Mobile Font Size
  4. Menu
    • Font Family
    • Font Size
    • Font Weight
    • Letter Spacing
    • Text Transform
  5. Sub Menu
    • Font Family
    • Font Size
    • Line Height
    • Font Weight
    • Letter Spacing
    • Text Transform
  6. Copyright
    • Font Family
    • Font Size
    • Font Weight
    • Line Height
    • Letter Spacing
    • Text Transform
  7. Button
    • Font Family
    • Font Size
    • Font Weight
    • Line Style
    • Letter Spacing
    • Text Transform
  8. Text Field
    • Font Family
    • Font Size
    • Font Weight
    • Line Style
    • Letter Spacing
    • Text Transform
  9. Number
    • Font Family
  10. Bolder Text
    • Font Weight
  11. Section
    • Font Family
    • Font Size
    • Font Weight
    • Line Style
    • Text Transform
    • Letter Spacing

Install KingComposer

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Plugins -> Add New, search and install the "KingComposer".

Step 3 - Navigate to KingComposer -> General Settings -> Supported Content Types, select the post types you want to use the KingComposer.

Add Page

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Pages -> Add New.

Page Title - Enter the page title.

Page Attributes -> Template - Select it as "Page Builder"

Page Editor - Switch the editor to KingComposer

Elements - Click the button to add elements to page content.

Page Settings

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Pages -> Add New/Edit Page -> Page Settings.

General

Layout - The page layout: left sidebar, fullwidth, right sidebar.

Left Sidebar - Choose the left sidebar for page.

Right Sidebar - Choose the right sidebar for page.

Header

Show Header - Display the header on the top of page.

Fixed Header - Show the header as fixed in the top.

Style - Choose the style for header.

Menu

Menu Item - Select a custom menu for the current page.

Onepage Menu - Set it as "YES" to enable the onepage.

Titlebar

Show Titlebar - Set it as "YES" to display titlebar.

Height - Set the titlebar height value.

Parallax - Show the title bar via parallax.

Parallax Speed - The number is from "0" to "100".

Alignment - The titlebar align with left, center and right.

Custom Title - The custom title of page.

Title Color - The color of title text.

Background Image - The background image of titlebar.

Background Color - The background color of titlebar.

Overlay Color - The overlay color of titlebar.

Breadcrumb

Show Breadcrumb - Set it as "YES" to enable the breadcrumb of page.

Alignment - The breadcrumb align with left, center and right.

Footer

Show Footer - Set it as "YES" to enable the footer of page.

Fixed Footer - Set it as "YES" to fixed the footer in the bottom of page.

OnePage

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Pages -> Add New, named the page as "Onepage".

Step 3 - Page Attributes -> Template - Select it as "Page Builder"

Step 4 - Page Editor -> Switch the editor to KingComposer.

Step 5 - Add Row Element, and enter your ROW ID.

Step 6 - Add Other Row Elements, and enter your ROW IDs.

Step 7 - Navigate to Appearance -> Menus -> Create a menu, named "OnePage".

Step 8 - Navigate to Pages -> Onepage -> Page Settings -> Menu.

Step 9 - For the menu option, please select the "OnePage".

Step 10 - For the Onepage Menu option, set it as "YES".

List Page

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Pages -> Add New, named the page as "Portfolio".

Step 3 - Page Attributes -> Template - Select it as "Project"

Step 4 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Project -> List Page

Page - Choose the main page for project.

Counts - Set the number that you want to display on project archive.

Columns - Choose the columns for project list.

Style - Choose the style for project list.

Show Cats - Show the category in list item or not.

Show Excerpt - Show the excerpt in list item, it only works on the fancy list.

Excerpt Length - Set the text number that you want to display on project list.

Ajax Loader - Load the project post without pagination.

Show Filter - Show the category in the top of list.

Show Paginate - Show the paginate in the bottom of list.

Category Page

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Projects -> Categories -> Add New Category.

Name - The name is how it appears on your site.

Term Color - The color for term menu or term background in post.

Fixed Header - Show the header fixed in the top of page.

Header Style - Select the header style for the current page.

Titlebar Height - Set the height for titlebar.

Titlebar Parallax - Show the title bar via parallax.

Titlebar Parallax Speed - The number is from "0" to "100".

Titlebar Alignment - Set the alignment for the title.

Titlebar Title Color - Set the color for title of titlebar.

Titlebar Background Image - Set background image for titlebar.

Titlebar Background Color - Set the background color for titlebar.

Titlebar Overlay Color - Set the overlay background color.

Single Page

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Projects -> Add New.

Title - The name of project single.

Categories - The category of project single.

Featured Image - The featured image of project single.

Step 3 - Go to Project Settings.

General

Layout - The fullwidth and sidewidth.

Images - upload the images you want to show on project page.

Button Text - The button text on project page.

Button Link - Insert the url you wish to link to.

Metro List Size - The image size which lists in the metro list.

Additional Fields

Custom Fields - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Project -> Single Page -> Additional Fields.

Details

Details Text - The description of the project.

Header

Fixed Header - Show the header as fixed in the top.

Style - Choose the header style for page.

Titlebar

Height - Set the titlebar height value.

Parallax - Show the title bar via parallax.

Parallax Speed - The number is from "0" to "100".

Alignment - The titlebar align with left, center and right.

Custom Title - The custom title of page.

Title Color - The color of title text.

Background Image - The background image of titlebar.

Background Color - The background color of titlebar.

Overlay Color - The overlay color of titlebar.

Additional Fields

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Project -> Single Page -> Additional Fields.

Step 3 - Navigate to Projects -> Add New /Edit -> Project Settings -> Additional Fields.

Image Sizes

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Project -> Image Sizes.

Grid List - the image size for grid list.

Grid Cover List - the image size for grid cover list.

Masonry List - the image size for masonry list.

Carousel Element - the image size for carousel element.

Grid Cover Element - the image size for grid cover element.

List Page

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Pages -> Add New, named the page as "Blog".

Step 3 - Navigate to Settings -> Readings -> Front page displays -> Posts page, set it as "Blog"

Step 4 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Blog -> List Page

Page - Choose the main page for blog.

Layout - Choose the layout for blog.

Style - Choose the style for blog list.

Counts - Set the number that you want to display on blog list.

Excerpt Length - Set the text number that you want to display on project list.

Ajax Loader - Load the project post without pagination.

Show Filter - Show the category in the top of list.

Show Paginate - Show the paginate in the bottom of list.

Category Page

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Posts -> Categories -> Add New Category.

Name - The name is how it appears on your site.

Term Color - The color for term menu or term background in post.

Fixed Header - Show the header fixed in the top of page.

Header Style - Select the header style for the current page.

Titlebar Height - Set the height for titlebar.

Titlebar Parallax - Show the title bar via parallax.

Titlebar Parallax Speed - The number is from "0" to "100".

Titlebar Alignment - Set the alignment for the title.

Titlebar Title Color - Set the color for title of titlebar.

Titlebar Background Image - Set background image for titlebar.

Titlebar Background Color - Set the background color for titlebar.

Titlebar Overlay Color - Set the overlay background color.

Single Page

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Posts -> Add New.

Title - The name of blog single.

Categories - The category of blog single.

Format - Choose the format and set the format settings.

Featured Image - The featured image of blog single.

Step 3 - Go to Blog Settings.

Header

Fixed Header - Show the header as fixed in the top.

Style - Choose the header style for page.

Titlebar

Height - Set the titlebar height value.

Parallax - Show the title bar via parallax.

Parallax Speed - The number is from "0" to "100".

Alignment - The titlebar align with left, center and right.

Custom Title - The custom title of page.

Title Color - The color of title text.

Background Image - The background image of titlebar.

Background Color - The background color of titlebar.

Overlay Color - The overlay color of titlebar.

Image Sizes

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Blog -> Image Sizes.

Classic List - the image size for classic list.

Masonry List - the image size for masonry list.

Grid List - the image size for grid list.

How to upgrade theme to latest version?

Way 1: Download theme from themeforest to upgrade

Step 1 - login your account -> Downloads -> Select the "Musta" theme and download all the package.

Step 2 - unzip the package you have downloaded from themeforest.

Step 3 - check the upload theme via FTP.

Way 2: Automatic update theme via Envato Market

Using the Envato Market plugin to update theme, please follow the steps here.

Way 3: Automatic update theme via Theme Updater

Using the Theme Updater to update theme, please follow the steps here.

How to upgrade plugins to latest version?

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Go to Appearance -> Install Plugins.

Step 3 - Select the plugins, and do the update from theme.

How to backup website?

Backup Content

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Go to Tools -> Export -> Select all content.

Step 3 - Download Export File.

Backup Customizer Data

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Go to Plugins -> Add New -> Customizer Export/Import .

Step 3 - Go to Appearance -> Customize -> Export/Import.

Step 4 - Save the export file.

Backup Theme Options Data

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Go to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Export/Import -> Export Theme Options .

Step 3 - Copy the code and save it as .txt file.

Backup Widgets

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Go to Plugins -> Add New -> Widget Importer & Exporter .

Step 3 - Go to Tools -> Widget Importer & Exporter -> Export Widgets

Step 4 - Save the widgets file.

Backup Media Files

Step 1 - Login to your Hosting via FTP.

Step 2 - Go to the path: wp-content/uploads/.

Step 3 - Download all of the files.

How to fix the 404 error of project single page?

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Settings -> Permalink.

Step 3 - Saved the changes.

How to setup twitter api?

Step 1 - Navigate to Twitter APPS

Step 2 - Create a APP

Step 3 - Navigate to the APP => Keys and Access Tokens

Step 4 - Application Settings, copy Consumer Key and Consumer Secret

Step 5 - Your Access Token, copy Access Token and Access Token Secret

Step 6 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 7 - Navigate to The KingComposer Editor -> Twitter Element.

Step 8 - Enter the Consumer Key, Consumer Secret, Access Token, Access Token Secret

How to customize the theme template files?

VIA Main Theme:

For the developer users, you can easy to change the theme templates as you want, it likes the woocommerce template system. Using your custom template files to cover the defualt template files.

Step 1 - Navigate to your theme folder wp-content/themes/musta/views/

Step 2 - Copy the file which you want to change to: wp-content/themes/musta/custom-views/, please make sure that you should make the template path as same as the "views" folder.

Step 3 - Open the file you want to change via Code Editor (ex: Sublime Text, Atom).

VIA Child Theme:

If you need to change more files, include templates, functions. You can use the child theme to customize the theme.

Step 1 - Navigate to Appearance => Themes, actived the Musta Child Theme.

Step 2 - Navigate to your theme folder: wp-content/themes/musta/views/.

Step 3 - Copy the file which you want to change to: wp-content/themes/musta-child/custom-views/, please make sure that you should make the template path as same as the "views" folder.

Step 4 - Open the file you want to change via Code Editor (ex: Sublime Text, Atom).

How to use the child theme?

After you downloaded the package from themeforest, you will get the file: themeforest-xxxxx-musta-corporate-multiuse-wordpress-theme.zip, unzip the files, you will get the below files:

  1. License
  2. PSD
  3. Theme
  4. Theme_Documentation

Please, follow the steps below to install your Theme.

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Go to Appearance -> Themes. Click Install Themes tab, located at the top of the screen.

Step 3 - Click Upload.

Step 4 - Choose the musta-child.zip file from: "themeforest-xxxxx-musta-corporate-multiuse-wordpress-theme/Theme/musta-child.zip".

How to setup mega menu?

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Menus.

Step 3 - Navigate to Screen Options -> Show advanced menu properties, checked the "CSS Classes".

Step 4 - Navigate to Menu Structure, drop a new item to the menu. (we call it Level1 Menu)

Step 5 - Edit the item, and set the "CSS Classes" as "mega-menu".

Step 6 - Drop 4 item to the Level1 Menu as the sub menu (we call it Level2 Menu ).

Step 7 - Drop item to the Level2 Menu as the sub menu.

How to add icon for menu item?

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Plugins -> Add New -> Menu Icons.

Step 3 - Navigate to Appearance -> Menus.

Step 4 - Edit the item, and select the icon.

How to add custom css for theme?

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Custom Codes -> CSS.

Step 3 - Enter your custom css and save changes.

How to add custom icon fonts?

Step 1 - Navigate to your theme folder: wp-content/themes/musta/custom-fonts/.

Step 2 - Copy your icon fonts to the folder.

Step 3 - Open the file: wp-content/themes/musta/custom-fonts/icons.css, and copy your icon font css to the file.

How to add custom functions for theme?

Way 1: Via the main theme

Step 1 - Navigate to your theme folder: wp-content/themes/musta/custom-functions/.

Step 2 - Open the file: wp-content/themes/musta/custom-functions/functions.php, and add your codes to the file.

Way 2: Via the child theme

Step 1 - Navigate to Appearance => Themes, actived the Musta Child Theme.

Step 2 - Open the file: wp-content/themes/musta-child/functions.php, and add your codes to the file.

How to add custom google fonts?

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Plugins -> Add New -> KingComposer.

Step 3 - Navigate to KingComposer -> General Settings -> Fonts using.

Step 4 - Choose the fonts from Fonts Manager.

How to add google analytics code?

Step 1 - Login to your WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2 - Navigate to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Custom Codes -> Analytics.

Step 3 - Enter your codes and save changes.

Missing style sheet error when installing the theme?

A common issue that can occur with users new to installing WordPress themes is a "Broken theme and/or stylesheets missing" error message being displayed when trying to upload or activate the theme. This error message does not mean that the theme you have purchased is broken, it simply means it has been uploaded incorrectly. Luckily, there is a very easy fix.