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About The Theme

Importing A Theme Demo

Right after installing a fresh copy of the Conj - eCommerce WordPress Theme and required plugins you may find you have an empty store.

There are no posts, pages, products, orders, reviews, and more by default. This is because you can get started right away creating your own products and pages along with setting up the WooCommerce settings for the needs of your store.

Importing the demo data is the easiest way to setup the Conj - eCommerce WordPress Theme. It will allow you to edit everything instead of creating content from scratch super quickly and with ease.

Due to copyright restrictions, all images downloaded via demo import are watermarked and their quality reduced on purpose.

Successfully importing data into WordPress is not something we can guarantee for all users. There are a lot of variables that come into play, over which we have no control.

Demo Importer Method

Follow the steps below to import any of the Conj - eCommerce WordPress Theme demo files:

Importing Conj - eCommerce WordPress Theme demo data
  1. Make sure that the One Click Demo Import plugin is already installed and activated.

  2. Navigate to Tools » CONJ Demo Import to choose and import the demo of your choice.

  3. Click the Import button once wait for the plugin which will now load all sample data from the selected demo site.

  4. Check your page and make sure that everything has imported as expected then you can safely deactivate the plugin since it has done its job and will no longer be needed.

Manual Method

In some cases, the automatic demo import doesn’t work correctly, and most likely this happens when the website is on a local server without an internet connection. In this case, you have to import demo content manually by following the steps below:

Demo Content Import

Import XML demo content to WordPress
  1. Navigate to Tools » Import.

  2. If you don’t have the WordPress Importer plugin installed on your website, first install it by selecting Install Now.

  3. Once it’s installed select Run Importer.

  4. Choose WordPress from the list.

  5. Click the Browse button to select the XML sample data file you would like to upload. dummy-data/content-{demo-name}.xml

  6. Click the Upload file and import button.

  7. Check or uncheck the Download and import file attachments checkbox. If checked, this will import all the sample post, page and product images to your site.

  8. Click the Submit button and the plugin will now load demo content from the imported file.

  9. Once complete you should see a successful import message.

If you faced with a 502 bad gateway error while importing the demo data please contact your service provider company since this is a server side issue.

Demo Widgets Import

Import demo widget settings
  1. Install and activate Widget Importer & Exporter plugin.

  2. Navigate to Tools » Widgets Importer & Exporter.

  3. Click the Choose File button to select the WIE sample data file you would like to upload. dummy-data/widgets-{demo-name}.wie

  4. Click the Import Widgets button.

  5. The plugin will now load widgets data from the imported file and will show you the list of imported widgets.

Demo Customizer Import

Import demo customizer settings from directly within the customizer interface
  1. Install and activate Customizer Export/Import plugin.

  2. On the frontend, in the Admin bar, click Customize.

  3. On the backend, click Appearance » Customize.

  4. Navigate to Export/Import section.

  5. Click the Choose File button to select the DAT sample data file you would like to upload. dummy-data/customizer-{demo-name}.dat

  6. Click the Import button.

  7. The plugin will now load Customizer settings from the imported file.

Remove Duplicate Demo Content

While exploring the Conj - eCommerce WordPress Theme on your site, you may want to try importing different demos and in case you’ve already imported one and would like to try another, you need to revert WordPress to its original state before being able to import the demo correctly.

WordPress Reset plugin is the fastest way to get back to the starting point of a WordPress setup by removing all content like posts, pages, media from your database and leave the default theme activated.

Reverting WordPress to its original state
  1. Download and install the WordPress Reset plugin.

  2. Hover over your site name in the upper left corner of the screen within the WordPress admin-bar, and click on the Reset Site option from there.

  3. The plugin will ask you to type reset in the text box before you can click the Reset button.

  4. A warning pop up (modal window) will appear informing you that this action is irreversible. Click Ok to continue.

  5. Once the process is done, you’ll be left with a clean WordPress install.

Note that you can only have one demo imported at a time - otherwise the content gets overridden and duplicated causing improper theme behavior.