Ri Everest Guide


Current Version 1.0 (October 22nd, 2015)

First and foremost we want to give a huge thank you for purchasing this WordPress Theme. We greatly appreciate your feedback from you on how, if anywhere, you would like this documentation imporved. If you have any further question, please kindly contact to us via our Helpdesk

2.Help & Support

First of all if you are all new to WordPress, I would recommend to learn a little bit about it before you get started. Here are some nice Resources on how to get started with WordPress:

There are many tutorials, acticles and forums to help you learn how to use this WordPress theme and its features.
This section provides helpful links to instructions on commonly used this WordPress template features, but you can learn even more by exploring these resources:

All of our items come with free support, and we have a dedicated support system to handle your requests. Support is limited to questions regarding the theme’s features or problems with the theme. We are not able to provide support for code customizations or third-party plugins. If you need help with anything other than minor customizations of your theme then you should enlist the help of a developer.

To submit a Ticket always remember:

  • Include as many information as possible to explain your issue.
  • Your URL.
  • Name of the Theme.
  • Your WordPress version.
  • If you installed extensions, specify which are these.

(We reserve the right to change or modify current Support Policy with no prior notice.)


Our Ri Everest Package – What’s Included?

When you purchase
our theme from Themeforest, you need to download the Ri-Everest files from your Themeforest account.

Navigate to your downloads tab on Themeforest and find Ri-Everest.

Click the download button to see the two options. The Main Files contain everything, the Installable WordPress Theme is just the installable WordPress theme file.
Below is a full list of everything that is included when you download the main files, along with a brief description of each item.

  • Ri Everest Theme Folder – contains the ri-everest.zip wordpress theme. The child theme is only for users who make code changes.
  • Extras Folder – contains the developer documentation for Revolution Slider. This is not ours, but the plugin developers docs.
  • Licensing Folder – this contains the licensing files, this is not your purchase code that you need to download from Themeforest.
  • PSD Folder – this contains all the layered PSD files for those developers or designers who want to customize the design further.


3.1.Pre-Installation Requirements

  • To use Ri Everest, you must be running WordPress 4.1.3 or higher and PHP 5.3 or higher;
  • To avoid problems with demo content import you must be sure that file_get_contents() function is enabled in the server configuration;
  • Recommended memory_limit is no less than 64M;
  • Upload_max_filesize should be no less than 20M.

WordPress Installation

Here is a brief step by step on how to install WordPress:

  1. Download and unzip the WordPress package if you haven’t already.
  2. Create a database for WordPress on your web server, as well as a MySQL user who has all privileges for accessing and modifying it.
  3. Upload the WordPress files in the desired location on your web server:
    • If you want to integrate WordPress into the root of your domain (e.g. http://example.com/), move or upload all contents of the unzipped WordPress directory (but excluding the directory itself) into the root directory of your web server.
    • If you want to have your WordPress installation in its own subdirectory on your web site (e.g. http://example.com/blog/), create the blog directory on your server and upload WordPress to the directory via FTP.

Note: If your FTP client has an option to convert file names to lower case, make sure it’s disabled.

  1. Run the WordPress installation script by accessing wp-admin/install.php in a web browser.

3.2.Theme Installation

Uploading Ri Everest

There are two options for uploading WordPress Ri Everest Theme:

Option 1: Using WordPress Theme Uploader

The first option how to install this Theme would be to directly upload the ri-everest.zip file via WordPress Theme Uploader.

  • Log into your WordPress backend
  • Navigate to Appearance > Themes
  • Click Add New


  • Click Upload

Now you just need to find the ri-everest.zip in the Upload folder and hit Install Now.



Option 2: Using FTP manager

The second option how to install this Theme would be the upload via FTP manager. It really dosen’t matter which of the two ways you choose, just choose the one you feel more comfortable with.

  • Login to your FTP account and navigate to your WordPress Installation directory
  • Navigate to the folder /wp-content/themes
  • Upload the ri-everest folder (not the .zip-file). This is the folder located inside the Upload folder in the zip-file you’ve downloaded from Themeforest.


  • Now log into your WordPress backend
  • Navigate to Appearance > Themes
  • Find the Theme and click Activate

3.3.Active Ri Everest

Once you have uploaded the theme, you need to activate it by going to Appearance > Themes, and activate Ri-Everest.



3.4.External Plugins

  • First of all, we would like to specify that we do not guarantee the compatibility of our theme with all the third-party plugins for WordPress . Our template is fully compatible only with the plugins that are included in our theme . You often (not always) need to customize the extension to make it work properly with your theme. It’s impossible for theme author to make the theme compatible with all existing extensions. Please, take that into your consideration and treat with understanding!

Required Plugins

  • At the firts time you install the theme, you will see a notice about required plugins you have to active. Please choose Begin updating plugins or Begin activating plugins to start


  • Here is the list of required plugins:


  • Install required plugins:


  1. Click to choose all of the plugins
  2. Scroll down and select Install
  3. Choose Apply to install required plugins
  • Activate required plugins: Do the same process as Install required plugins but in Step 1, you have to choose Activate instead of Install


Installed Plugins

  • Navigate to Plugins > Installed Plugins then you will see a list of installed plugin, which requires to be set up at the first time you work with Ri Everest


Add New

  • Navigate to Plugins > Add New
  • Enter the name of plugin in search field
  • Download and activate the plugin


Edit Plugins

  • Navigate to Plugins > Editor
  • Scroll down and select plugin to edit
  • Use shortcodes to edit the plugin
  • Choose Update File button


Update Plugins

This guide only apply for Requires plugin update (with River Theme Core, Revolution Slider, Visual Composer).
We will tell you how to update Revolution Slider plugin then please follow the same procession to update River Theme Core and Visual Composer.

To update Revolution Slider from older version, please follow this steps:

  • Navigate to the Plugins and Deactivate Revolution Slider.


  • Delete Revolution Slider Plugin.



  • Then click to Begining Installing Plugin . Activate Revolution Slider following Installed Plugins step guiding above.


3.5.Setting Up WooCommerce


  • Navigate to Plugins > Add New
  • Enter the WooCommerce in search field
  • Find and install WooCommerce – excelling eCommerce plugin by WooThemes
  • Activate plugin and install WooCommerce Pages



  • Go to WooCommerce > Settings > Products > Display and disable Lightbox.
  • Set following recommended dimensions



  • To customize Woo Commerce stylesheet or changing color, we have create a child stylesheet function of woo commerce in ‘wp-content/themes/ri-Everest/woocommerce/style.css’. You have to change color via this stylesheet only. Since line 2-60 are style that we override from original woo stylesheet to suit the theme. You can change color in there.
  • Please note that we don’t provide any supports on issue that occurred in Woo Commerce plugin, you have to head to their community forum

3.6.Demo Content Import

When you first install any wordpress theme, it will not contain all the extra content that you might see in the live demo. This Theme includes a Demo Data .xml file which allows you to upload some dummy content to your site to help you get started with the Theme and get to know the functionality. Please note, that the .xml file doesn’t include images or the slider data. See the slider section & screencast of this documentation on how to set them up.

  • Log into your WordPress backend
  • Navigate to Tools > Import
  • Click on WordPress.


If you haven’t imported anything yet, you will need to install Importer plugin.


  • Select the everest.data.xml file in the Demo Content folder in the zip-file you’ve downloaded from Themeforest.


Assign authors:

  • You will be asked to assign authors. You can create new user with login name by filling name in input field or You can assign posts to an existing user. After that, click the Submit button to start importing.


Note: If you have any issues with the import, i.e. any errors, then you’ll likely need to increase the memory limit and try again. Here’s a guide of how to proceed if you come across issues:

  • Edit wp-config.php and enter the following at the bottom of the file:
    define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '64M');
  • If you have access to your server’s PHP.ini file, then find the following line and increase the value, for example:
    memory_limit = 64M
  • If you don’t have access to your server’s PHP.ini file, then try adding this to the bottom of the .htaccess file at the root of your WordPress site:
    php_value memory_limit 64M.
  • If you aren’t confident enough to attempt the above yourself, or nothing has worked, then please contact your host directly – they will be able to help.

Widgets Import

  • Navigate Tool > Widget Importer & Exporter in the configuration area
  • Click on Browser and choose the file everest-widgets.wie
  • Choose Import Widgets button to finish


Customizer Import

  • Now please choose Customizer in the left side menu. Another way, you can use Appearance > Customize
  • Select Export/Import and import the file ri-everest-export.dat


Revolution Slider Import

  • Please choose Revolution Slider in the left side menu then hover on the New Slider and click on Import Slider


  • Import the file main.zip in the folder slider


Exporting Data

  • If you are moving to a new host or just want a backup of your site data, you should use Export option of WordPress. Once the Export file is created, that file can be used for import by the Tools Import.
  • The Exporting Process is quite simple. In your WordPress dashboard, Go to Tools > Export > just specify the desired Filters, if any, you wish to apply and then click the Download Export File button to save that file to your local computer:


  • WordPress will create an XML file, which contains your posts, pages, comments, categories, and tags.
  • Once you’ve saved the download file, you can use the Import function in another WordPress installation to import the content from this site.
  • Now make sure to select the Menu in Appearance > Menus and set up Home as front page and Blog as posts page under Settings > Reading.

3.6.1.Creating Menus

This WordPress theme uses wordpress built-in menus feature which can be found in your wordpress Dashboard > Appearance > Menus.

Ri Everest features 4 menu areas:

  • The main navigation in the header
  • The mobile menu
  • The menu in the top header
  • The optional menu in the footer copyright bar.

Create Menus

To setup a new menu, please follow the steps below. Its best to already have your pages created, even if they are blank pages.


  • Navigate to Appearance > Menus page
  • Click the Create a new menu link to make a new menu. Enter the name then hit Create Menu.
  • To add a menu item, you can easily select one of your already made pages on the left hand side and click Add to Menu.
  • You can also add menu items by entering a custom name and custom link into the Links box.
  • You can manage your menus using the drag and drop functionality. To create a dropdown menu, simply drag a menu item below and slightly to the right of another menu item and it will lock into place and create a dropdown section.
  • After setting up your menu, select the menu you just created as the Primary Navigation in the Menu Settings and Create a new menu and select it as the Top Menu Navigation in the Menu Settings.
  • Once its all done, make sure you click the Save button.
  • You can change menus locations in any time from Manage Locations tab .

Once you’ve created your menu, you need to assign it to the menu location which you would like to use it for. You can do so by setting it under the Manage Locations tab.


You can also set the top header menu, and footer menu here, so if you would like to use both make sure you create a menu for each area.

Mega Menu

Mega Menu functionality is built-in to Ri Everest, so you can easily create mega dropdowns without any extra plugins or configuration. All you need to do is create a menu that goes into 3 tiers. You can have as many items with a mega menu as you like. Menu items that only have one level of children will show a standard dropdown. The image below shows an example of the setup for a mega menu, and the front end output:

  • Structure:


  • Output:


Advanced Menu Settings

Once you have created a custom menu and added any pages, category pages, or custom links you like, you may want to check out these advanced menu capabilities to get the most out of your custom menu.

Adding Individual Posts, Tag Pages, and Post Format Pages

In addition to Pages, Links, and Categories, you also have the option to add the following modules to the menu editor, to customize it further. These modules are hidden by default, so to display these modules in the custom menu editor, click the Screen Options drop down at the top-right of your screen, and check the boxes for the module you want to use.


  • Posts: Allows you to add individual posts to your custom menu.
  • Tags: Allows you to create a filtered blog feed displaying posts from a particular tag.
  • Format: Allows you to create a filtered blog feed displaying posts from a particular custom format, such as all your gallery posts or quotes

Customizing The Mega Menu Display

CSS Classes are an advanced menu property that allow you to apply a CSS class to individual menu items. To enable customisations for the mega menu dropdown, you’ll need to first make sure you have enabled the ability to add custom css classes to your menu items. You can enable this functionality by pressing the Screen Options tab in the top right hand corner of your screen, and then checking the CSS Classes checkbox:


Adding Images/HTML/Shortcodes to a Mega Menu column

Ri Everest Theme adds the ability to add a Shortcode and/or custom HTML to any menu. Simple paste the sample HTML listed below next to menu item:

<img src="http://www.1stwebdesigner.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/circle-svg.jpg">

3.6.2.Creating Pages

Your new theme comes with some awesome custom page layouts. These layouts can be used on any page you create to give them some special functionalities. In this section of the tutorial you will learn how to add a new page for your WordPress site, and the way to set up each element being available on the homepage as well.

NOTES: You must install Virtual Composer to be ensured that Everest run extend options and custom page options smoothly.

Add New Pages

  • Navigate Page > Add New


  • Input the name for your page

– Select any number of page options in the Page Options box

– Content for your page goes in the editing field, use the Visual or Text editor. Page content is mainly built using Shortcodes, see the Shortcodes section for how to use them. You can also use our demo content, see the corresponding section of this document for the demo code of each page


General Settings


The allows you to Save a Draft, save as Pending for Review, Preview a post or page, and finally Publish it.



  • Find Page Attributes box on the right side and set your Parent from the dropdown list; it’s usually set to No Parent. Some themes have custom templates you can use for certain pages as Default Pages that might have additional features or custom layouts.


Page Background Options and Meta Options


You can use Page Background Options options to set cover image for your website.

With Meta Options area, you can configure Title, Slider, Header, Sidebar and Footer

If having Slider shortcode, Page Background Options is disable.


Here is the place where you can decide to allow comments, trackbacks and pingbacks on this pages:




Set the author for the page:


Revolution Slider Options

Choose the slide template:


Use Visual Composer to create pages

  • Go to Pages > Add New then choose BACKEND EDITOR


  • Here is the place you work with Visual Composer:


  • Now choose Add new element and start your editting:


  • We have additional options for you to edit post, portfolio and product, which lie in the tab RIT:


For more information about Visual Composer, you can see more Visual Composer tutorial videos. Predefined Page Layouts

  • All Pages on the Demo Page are created through a combination of shortcodes. You can found their setting in Pages > Home:

Home – Front Page

The Home allows you to create unique and amazing pages, exactly the way you want them! The Home is powered by shortcodes, which are embedded when you select the content elements you want, and edit them. You can see the source by going back to the classic editor, although you shouldn’t ever need to do this and you should only make changes to this if you know what you’re doing.


  • Choose Classic Mode and input the text:

Use this static Page to test the Theme's handling of the Front Page template file.

This is the Front Page content. Use this static Page to test the Front Page output of the Theme. The Theme should properly handle both Blog Posts Index as Front Page and static Page as Front Page.

If the site is set to display the Blog Posts Index as the Front Page, then this text should not be visible. If the site is set to display a static Page as the Front Page, then this text may or may not be visible. If the Theme does not include a front-page.php template file, then this text should appear on the Front Page when set to display a static Page. If the Theme does include a front-page.php template file, then this text may or may not appear.
  • Page Attributes:


  • Page Background Options:


  • Meta Options:


About Us


  • Choose Classic Mode and input the shortcode:

<h2 class="label-btn-header" style="text-align: center;">THIS IS MY STORY</h2>

<p style="text-align: center;">If you follow me on Instagram, then you’ll know that I’ve just returned from Paris where I spent a gorgeous weekend exploring this beautiful city. I thought I’d share my whereabouts with you as I took a lot of amazing pictures. We arrived at our hotel on Saturday and literally had a super quick turnaround and went out exploring.If you follow me on Instagram, then you’ll know that I’ve just returned from Paris where I spent a gorgeous weekend exploring this beautiful city. I thought I’d share my whereabouts with you as I took a lot of amazing pictures. We arrived at our hotel on Saturday and literally had a super quick turnaround and went out exploring.</p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><a href=""><img class="aligncenter wp-image-2066 size-full" src="" alt="winter" width="1600" height="900" /></a></p>
<p style="text-align: center;">If you follow me on Instagram, then you’ll know that I’ve just returned from Paris where I spent a gorgeous weekend exploring this beautiful city.</p>
<p style="text-align: center;">I thought I’d share my whereabouts with you as I took a lot of amazing pictures. We arrived at our hotel on Saturday and literally had a super quick turnaround and went out exploring.</p>

  • Page Attributes:


  • Page Background Options:


  • Meta Options:





  • Page Attributes:


  • Page Background Options:


  • Meta Options:





  • Choose Classic Mode and input the shortcode:

  • Page Attributes:


  • Page Background Options:


  • Meta Options:






  • Choose Classic Mode and input the shortcode:

<div class="contact-info">
<h3 class="title">Get in touch</h3>
<label>Address:</label>169 Nguyen Ngoc Vu - Cau Giay -Ha Noi

<label>Phone:</label>+(84) 0123 456 789

<label>Email:</label><a title="mail" href="mailto:helo@cleversoft.co">helo@cleversoft.co</a>
<ul class="ct-socail">
    <li><a href="#" title="facebook"><i class="fa fa-facebook"></i></a></li>
    <li><a href="#" title="google plus"><i class="fa fa-google-plus"></i></a></li>
    <li><a href="#" title="twitter"><i class="fa fa-twitter"></i></a></li>
    <li><a href="#" title="instagram"><i class="fa fa-instagram"></i></a></li>

[contact-form-7 id="2032" title="Contact"]

  • Page Attributes:


  • Page Background Options:


  • Meta Options:

21 a post


The Posts menu option on the left is where you add blog posts. To add a new blog post, select the Posts > Add New option from the left hand WordPress menu.

Add A Post

Once you’re on the Add New Post screen, you will then be able to set a title for the blog post, add the body content, and also provide all the meta information such as extra details and media. In the blog meta you can set the image for the thumbnail, and also the media type for the detail page.


You can use the Swift Page Builder to create the content of the item, which effectively allows you to have limitless possibilities for what you can display, and also how you can display it. If you do use the Page Builder to create the content, you will want to provide a custom excerpt (can be found in the item meta).

The item meta also contains post slider options, allowing you to set the image for the slide that will show if the item appears in a posts slider, and also the display for the caption.

Create A Blog Page

To display your blog posts, you will then need to create a page that includes the Blog, Recent Posts or Posts Carousel page builder asset. See more about how to add a new a page in the previous chapter Add New Page


Note: DO NOT set the posts page in Settings > Reading, as this will force your page to show the archive layout, and not follow your created page.

3.7.How to customize a theme ?


  • After each step, do not forget to choose Save & Publish to apply your configuration
  • Options in these parts have lower priority than ones in Page, i.e options in Customize are are default configuration for Page.

3.7.1.General Options

    • Navigate Appearance > Customize > General Options for upload favicon image.
  • Do some settings as the following image:


3.7.2.Header Options

  • Navigate Appearance > Customize > Header Options
  • Upload the logo



You’ll want to upload an image to use for the retina logo too, to make your logo high quality on retina displays. The retina logo should be double the size in pixels, of your standard logo. If you do provide a retina logo, then please provide the logo width in the field below. This allows the theme to set the size, and enable the retina functionality to work perfectly.

The max height for the logo area is 42px as standard, but you can override this in the Theme Options panel. If you upload an image with a bigger height than this, it will automatically be scaled to fit. The logo area has a maximum size, as to keep the menu items correctly placed. If you upload an image with a smaller height than this, you may need to add top spacing to get it vertically centered.


3.7.4.Default Meta Options

  • Navigate Appearance > Customize > Default Meta Options
  • Do some settings as the following image:


  • Choose Enable Custom Color  if you want to use Custom Color and Font Size Options.
  • Default present style will display color of all Pages.
  • Default Blog Layout Config only display on Blog Page.

3.7.5.Custom product display

You have to customize colors in 6 areas for Ghoster:

There are 3 areas for custom product display is custom product cover ,custom product sidebar and custom product display.

Custom product cover

Navigate Appearance > Customize > Custom Product Display > Custom product cover

  • You can customize some setting as the following image:


Custom product sidebar

Navigate Appearance > Customize > Custom Product Display > Custom product sidebar

  • You can customize some setting as the following image:



Custom product display

Navigate Appearance > Customize > Custom Product Display > Custom product display

  • You can customize some setting as the following image:


3.7.6.Setting Colors

You have to customize colors in 5 areas for Everest:


Color – Page

  • Navigate Appearance > Customize > Color - Page
  • Edit the color which you want to display:



Color – Header

  • Navigate Appearance > Customize > Color - Header
  • Do some settings as the following image:


Color – Navigation

  • Navigate Appearance > Customize > Color - Navigation
  • Do some settings as the following image:


Color – Body

  • Navigate Appearance > Customize > Color - Body
  • Do some settings as the following image:


Color – Footer

  • Navigate Appearance > Customize > Color - Footer
  • Do some settings as the following image:



3.7.7.Social Profiles


  • Navigate Appearance > Customize > Social Profiles

  • Here is the place for you to enter link/URL of your Social networks, such as: Twitter, Facebook, Dribbble, Vimeo, Tumblr, Skype…







  • Navigate Appearance > Customize > Export/Import
  • Here is the place for you to export the customization settings or import customization settings for this theme.


If you want to import customization settings for this theme, please browser then upload the file Everest-customize-setting.dat. For more information, please read Customizer Import



  • Navigate Appearance > Customize > Menu

For more information, please read chapter Menu


  • Navigate Appearance > Customize > Widgets

For more information, please read chapter Widgets Import

Font Size Options

  • Navigate Appearance > Customize Font Size Options
  • Do some settings as the following image:


3.8.Products Categories

The Products menu option on the left is where you can add and manage products. To add a new product, select the Products > Add Product option from the left hand WordPress menu.

Add A Product

Once you’re on the Add New Product screen, you will then be able to set a title for the product item, add the description, and also provide all the data information such as price, stock status, attributes, etc.


You can add a featured image in the right column box, and above that set any other gallery images. Any images you add here will be used for the product slider images.


Setting A Shop Page

To display your products, you will want to create a page, leave the content blank, and then set the Shop Base Page in WooCommerce > Settings > Pages.


If you would like to add products within a page that you create using the page builder, you can also use the Products & Products (Mini) assets.

Create a new Category

Creating categories is one of the easiest ways to organize your products. The more products you have, the more benefit you will receive by organizing into multiple categories. What do categories do? They allow your customers to easily sort and navigate your products.

  • To set up your product categories, click the Categories link under Products Menu in your WordPress Dashboard.



3.9.Reading Settings

After importing the sample data content, the next thing you have to do, is setting how & which content will be displayed to visitors via Settings > Reading page:


  • The Front Page Display setting allows you to choose what content appears on your blog’s front page. You can decide if you want posts, or a static Page, displayed as your blog’s front (main) page.

Front page: Select in the drop-down box the actual Page that you want displayed as your front page.In this case, we choose Home.

Post Page: Select in the drop-down box the name of the Page that will now contain your Posts. If you do not select a Page here, your Posts will only be accessible via other navigation features such as category, calendar, or archive links.

  • Blog pages show at most lets you choose how many blog posts are displayed per page. The default setting is 10 posts per page.
  • Syndication feeds show the most recent lets you set how many blog posts will be sent out at once via your RSS feed (located at http://your-domain.wordpress.com/feed/).
  • For each article in a feed you can select Full text or Summary. Full text means that the entire contents of a post are included in the feed. Summary means that only the first 55 words are included in the feed, along with the option to continue reading the rest of the post.
  • After that Save Changes to apply the changes to your WordPress site.

Permalinks Setting

After choose to import the sample data content, you should update the permanent URLs to your individual page.

  • In the Settings> Permalinks panel, you can choose one of the common structures or enter your own in the Custom structure field using the structure tags.


  • In this example, we’ve already chosen to use a “Common Structure” for our links but you can choose one of the other defaults available if you want as ”Post name”.

Language Translations

All of our Themes are able to be translated into any language. The process of translating the theme is a user responsibility. In this case, we recommend that you use the very popular WPML plugin.

To translate the static strings, if you aren’t using WPML then I recommend downloading PO Edit, from http://www.poedit.net/. Once you have installed please follow the steps below:

  • Open the /Everest/languages/ folder and duplicate the en_US.po file, then rename it to your desired language code. For example; for German you need to re-name it as de_DE.po for Spanish es_ES.po for Turkish tr_TR.po etc. You can find all the codes from this link http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_in_Your_Language.
  • Then you will need to open the .po file in PO Edit. Once opened, you will see all strings that needs to be translated. Type the translation of a string into the “Translation” column. Do not delete or edit “Original string” part.
  • When you finish translating, save the file. This will create an .mo file in the same directory.
  • Upload the new files into the languages folder of the theme /wp-content/themes/Everest/languages/ and then follow this guide: http://codex.wordpress.org/Installing_WordPress_in_Your_Language#Single-Site_Installations


4.Adding An FAQ

The FAQS menu option on the left is where you add faqs. To add a new faq, select the FAQs > Add New option from the left hand WordPress menu.

Adding An FAQ

You will then be able to enter the question (the title of the faq), and the answer in the the post content editor. You will also need to add a topic for each faq.

Displaying The FAQs

To display your faqs, you will then need to create a page that includes the “FAQs” page builder asset.


A contact form is a great way to offer your customers the ability to get in touch, without giving out your personal email address.

You can add contact forms to both posts and pages. Simply click the “Add a custom form” button.

  • To add a new product, select the Contact > Add New option from the left hand WordPress menu > select your language you want to Add New > now, you are on the setting page where you could customise your form with desired details and required fields, and well as message customization options.


  • Your Name, Your Email, Subject, and Your Message were already included in the form by default, but if you also want to add a captcha for added spam avoidance, then navigating the Generate Tag menu, you select the CAPTCHA option (to add a captcha to your form you also need to install the Really Simple CAPTCHA plugin, which took less than a minute).

Why do I have to update Rit-core and how to update it?


  • We have many changes in rit-core everytime theme update is available. Once theme update is released, it will be used with up-to-date plugins, such as Visual Composer, rit-core, Revolution slider… Rit-core is required to be updated to get rid of conflicts:
  • In order to update Rit-core, please follow these steps:
    1. Back up your customization by export and import customizer. Read more information about this from Customizer Import
    2. Go to Plugins > Installed Plugins then deactivate RiverTheme Core



River Theme Core

4. After that, you can reload or go to Appearance > Themes and you can see a notification:

5. Click on Begin installing plugin to install the plugin then wait for this message:


6. After all return to Installed Plugins and activate RiverTheme Core

4.1.CSS Files

  • site.styles.css – The main css for the theme, which includes the layout and styling for all aspects of the theme.

  • bootstrap.min.css – Sleek, intuitive, and powerful front-end framework for faster and easier web development.. More info: Twitter Bootstrap.

  • editor-styles.css – Contains styles that are used within the content editor.

  • font-awesome.min.css – Font Awesome icon font. More info: Font Awesome.

  • font-awesome.css-

  • colorbox.css-

  • responsive.css – The theme’s responsive styles.

  • ss-gizmo.css – Symbolset Gizmo icon font. More info: Gizmo.

  • jquery.bxslider.css-

JavaScript Files

  • bootstrap.min.js – Sleek, intuitive, and powerful front-end framework for faster and easier web development.. More info: Twitter Bootstrap.

  • excanvas.compiled.js – Modern browsers like Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Opera support the HTML5 canvas tag to allow 2D command-based drawing. ExplorerCanvas brings the same functionality to Internet Explorer. More info: Explorer Canvas.

  • functions.js – This is where all the custom magic happens. Feel free to edit any of this code, but make sure to keep a backup in case anything goes wrong!

  • jquery-ui-1.10.2.custom.min.js – jQuery UI is a curated set of user interface interactions, effects, widgets, and themes built on top of the jQuery JavaScript Library. More info: http://jqueryui.com/.

  • jquery.carouFredSel.js – jQuery.carouFredSel is a plugin that turns any kind of HTML element into a carousel. More info: carouFredSel.

  • Jquery.easing.js – A jQuery plugin from GSGD to give advanced easing options.. You can find out more here: http://gsgd.co.uk/sandbox/jquery/easing/.

  • Jquery.elevateZoom.min.js – A jQuery image zoom plugin. You can find out more here: http://gsgd.co.uk/sandbox/jquery/easing/.

  • Jquery.fitvids.js – A lightweight, easy-to-use jQuery plugin for fluid width video embeds.. You can find out more here: http://fitvidsjs.com/.

  • Jquery.flexslider-min.js – an awesome, fully responsive jQuery slider plugin.. You can find out more here: http://www.woothemes.com/flexslider/.

  • jquery.infinitescroll.min.js – Infinite scroll plugin for the blog page builder asset. You can find out more here: http://www.infinite-scroll.com/infinite-scroll-jquery-plugin/.

  • jquery.hoverIntent.min.js – hoverIntent is a plug-in that attempts to determine the user’s intent. You can find out more here: http://cherne.net/brian/resources/jquery.hoverIntent.html.

  • jquery.isotope.min.js – Isotope: An exquisite jQuery plugin for magical layouts. You can find out more here: http://isotope.metafizzy.co/index.html.

  • respond.min.js – A fast & lightweight polyfill for min/max-width CSS3 Media Queries (for IE 6-8, and more). You can find out more here: https://github.com/scottjehl/Respond.

  • sf-admin.js – jQuery for some of the admin panel functions within the theme.

  • theme-scripts.js – A packed scripts file for plugins that frequently used within the theme.

  • view.min.js – PREMIUM PLUGIN. A simple, lightweight, jQuery photo viewer for the web. You can find out more here: http://finegoodsmarket.com/view/.

5.Support Us

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All feedback will be taken seriously and treated confidentially.

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