It is a set of files that allows you to install a website based on the DJ-University template from scratch or install it on an existing website
Yootheme Page Builder is required for proper system operation, which must be purchased and downloaded from https://yootheme.com/page-builder. Yootheme Page Builder is a commercial component from a third party and cannot be bundled with our extensions due to proprietary rights.
Install WordPress downloaded from https://wordpress.org/download/. If you already have your installation working, you can skip this step.
Then Add new
Go to Plugins / Add New and install wp_djaccessibility_*.zip as standard plugin
Then configure the plugin according to your needs. In our demo we have a toolbar.
Unpack the 'yootheme_child.zip' file and transfer the whole folder via FTP to the '/wp-content/themes folder in your WordPress Installation. You can learn more about child themes from the Yootheme documentation https://yootheme.com/support/yootheme-pro/wordpress/developers-child-themes
Set Child Theme as your default theme.
Go to Apperance / Themes and and activate the child theme
Now start to configure your theme. Just click the customize button
Go to the builder tab
Then select DJ-University - Layouts.json from your computer. After doing this, you will see a list of available layouts that we use in our demo
Try to set up your home page now. Select the appropriate layout - "DJ-University Homepage" and click.
Now you have a start page, just like in our demo (of course, if you added our pictures. If not, you can use your own. Complete them on each element in the web builder)
Go to Apperance / Menus
And add your Contact page to the menu and save it
Go back to pages. Select the contact page and start editing it in Yootheme Builder
Select Library and then My Layouts. Choose DJ University - Contact
The layout will be loaded
Using ready-made layouts, you will build other subpages. Of course, you can modify the views as you wish. You can create layouts on regular articles or page templates depending on the context you are in at the moment. Yootheme documentation will be helpful in this.
It is a good practice to have a complete quickstart copy somewhere else, allowing you to see the different settings used there.