Getting started

General Information

Thank you for purchasing our theme. We are happy that you are one of our customers and we assure you that you will not be disappointed as well. We do our best to produce high quality themes with great functionality, premium designs and human readable code. Before you get started, we highly encourage you to get familiar with this documentation file. Spending half an hour reading the manual may save lots of your time and help you to avoid questions with obvious answers.

We also recommend checking our FAQ pages.

If you have any questions that are beyond the scope of this help file, please feel free to post them on our support forum at

Please Note! Our support covers installation procedure, assistance for theme features and any issues you may encounter when using the theme. Unfortunately, we cannot provide support for customization or 3rd party plugins. If you need help with the customization of your theme, you should enlist the help of a developer.

WordPress Information

To use this theme you must have WordPress engine installed. We assume you have a working version of WordPress already up and running. If not, you can check this great video by Woothemes guiding you through the process of WordPress installation.

How to install WordPress - A tutorial on how to install WordPress on your hosted domain.

We also encourage you to actively use the links below. These useful resources cover most of general WordPress questions you may have:

  • Wordpress FAQ - Information and resources about WordPress including history, features, semantics, glossary and information to help you determine whether or not WordPress is the blogging tool for you.
  • Wordpress Lessons - Great source of knowledge for WordPress beginners.
  • PHP Function References - Detailed information on WordPress PHP functions and usage examples.

Theme Requirements

To use this theme you must be running WordPress 3.9 or higher, PHP5 or higher, and mysql 5 or higher. Please contact your web hosting service provider to make sure that your server complies with the requirements above. To safeguard your website, please use secure passwords and the latest versions of WordPress and plugins.

Recommended web hosting services:

You should check php upload_max_filesize and post_max_size. These values should be 32M or higher. If you are running shared web hosting, please contact your web hosting service provider to find more information about that. If you are running unmanaged dedicated server or VPS, you should check your php.ini file. Alternatively, you can edit .htaccess file in the root of your website and add the following values:

php_value post_max_size 32M
php_value upload_max_filesize 32M
Setting these values will ensure you won't get an error reporting that your upload or post memory limit is too low.

Getting support

We strive to provide best tech support ever. To get free assistance please use our ticketing system.

Before submitting a ticket, please check this documentation file, our FAQ page and video tutorials. Most of the issues that may arise have already been resolved and answered.

Please Note!
To get tech support, you will need your purchase code. To get the code, please go to your ThemeForest download page and click on theme download link. Here you should stick with the last option and download text file containing your license details and purchase code proving your order.

Our support covers installation procedure, assistance for theme features and any issues you may encounter when using the theme. Unfortunately, we cannot provide support for customization or 3rd party plugins. If you need help with the customization of your theme, you should enlist the help of a developer.


Theme Installation

Unpacking the theme

Before installing the theme, please make sure you unpacked the archive and extracted theme files. After unzipping the archive, you will see the following files:

If you try to install the wrong files, you will get missing styles.css file error. This is the most common error that means you are trying to install an incorrect package.

To install "Spiced Blog" theme, you must have WordPress installed. For information regarding WordPress platform installation, please check the WordPress Codex at or check this great video tutorial.

Update WordPress: To ensure a positive user experience, we highly recommend updating your WordPress to the latest stable version 4.0 or higher. This will help utilizing all of the latest features of WordPress.


If you have questions regarding theme installation, we recommend reading a detailed instruction below.

You can install the theme in two ways:

  • via FTP:
    1. Log into your web server with FTP client software.
    2. Unzip file and ONLY use the extracted /Spiced theme folder.
    3. Upload the extracted /Spiced theme folder into /wp-content/themes folder.
    4. Upload the extracted /Spiced theme folder into /wp-content/themes folder.
    5. Activate the newly installed theme. Go to Appearance > Themes and activate it.
  • via WordPress:
    1. Login to admin panel.
    2. Go to Appearance - Themes and click on the Add New button.
    3. Choose Upload theme option. Click on Browse... (Choose file in Safari/Chrome), select "" and click Install Now button.
    4. After the successful installation, click on Activate or go to Appearance - Themes and click on Activate to activate the newly installed theme.
    5. After the theme is activated, you will be prompted to install recommended plugins: Instagram Widget, MailChimp for WP.

      All these plugins are included into the theme archive, or can be installed from the repository.
      The theme can function without any of these plugins. But if you want your website look precisely as the demo page, you have to install all recommended plugins and import demo content. This is a good idea if you are building your website from scratch.
      However, if you have an existing website, you should be very careful with plugin installation and importing dummy data: this may affect the website content and structure. Please read the Demo Content article for details.

Plugins Installation

In order to make the theme look exactly as the demo page, you need to install recommended plugins. Click on Begin installing plugins link.

You will be redirected to plugins installation page. Check all listed plugins, select Install option and click on Apply button. Installation may take a few minutes, please be patient and do not refresh the page.

After the installation you will get a notification informing that plugins were installed successfully.

Theme Update

IMPORTANT: Before you go ahead with the update, please check theme changelog and make sure you backup your old theme folder. Download it to your computer locally.

It is a good practice to backup both your files and database regularly and especially before making some serious updates. We recommend using free backup plugins for WordPress like WPOnlineBackup.

Update Option 1. Update using WordPress uploader

  1. Log into your ThemeForest account and navigate to your downloads tab. Find the theme and download “Installable WordPress file”.

  2. Log into your WordPress website and go to Appearance -> Themes.
  3. Activate a different theme. Delete the previous version of Spiced Blog and re-upload the new Wordpress Installable files that you have downloaded from ThemeForest during the 1st step.
  4. Once it is uploaded, activate the theme.
  5. Update the included plugins if you see a notification message letting you know the plugins have a new version.

Update Option 2. Update using FTP client.

  1. Log into your ThemeForest account and get the last version of the theme as described above.
  2. Connect to your server using desktop client software (we recommend CyberDuck and Filezilla).
  3. Change directory to /wp-content/themes.
  4. Remove existing folder with old theme files.
  5. Unpack theme installable files downloaded from ThemeForest and upload to the theme folder.
  6. Update the included plugins if you see a notification message letting you know the plugins have a new version.

Child Theme

Child theme is for developers willing to make changes to core functions and code. If you are not planning to dig that deep, you can just skip this chapter.

IMPORTANT: If you want to make changes in theme templates or functions, we recommend that you install the child theme and apply changes there. To learn more about the purpose and basis of creation of child theme, please visit WordPress Codex at

In the theme package you will see materials for the child theme. It’s located in "" archive. You can install the child theme just like you installed the main theme (see above, in the section "Installation").

A few recommendations on how to use a Child Theme from Axiomthemes:

  • Almost all files from the main theme can be replaced in a child theme. It doesn’t concern only .php-files with templates and basic logic, but also both .js, .css files from respective folders and files with images, icons etc..
  • If you want to change some theme functions or to add new ones, you need to create file 'functions.php' in the folder "Spiced-child", and add all the required functions into it. If our theme contains functions with such names, they will be replaced with yours, if not – your functions will complete our theme logics.
    IMPORTANT: If you want to replace some functions from other files (except functions.php), e.g. from _wp_utils.php or _utils.php, we do not recommend you to copy respective files into the child theme, but you should create the respective functions in functions.php in the child theme. This should be done, so that when updating the theme, new functions from these files are available for use.
    As for other files - put out the templates from the folder 'templates', images from the folder 'images' etc. - to make changes copy theme into the folder 'child theme' and make changes there.

Demo Content

Our themes have simple One click dummy data import tool. It's very easy to use and you can get a precise copy of our demo website in just 1 click.

Before installing demo data, please make sure you have installed all the required plugins, please refer to Plugins installation section of this document for details.

IMPORTANT: When installing demo-data, ALL EXISTING CONTENTS of your website will be deleted and replaced with the new data! We highly recommend that you install demo data only on blank WordPress installation.

To import demo content into a WordPress site, please follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your site as an administrator.
  2. If you see a message prompting to install required plugins, click on "Begin installing plugins" and install them on the corresponding page. IMPORTANT: The recommended plugins (MailChimp for WP and Instagram Widget) are not mandatory for installation of demo content but highly recommended.

  3. Go to Appearance -> Install Dummy Data:

  4. On the page that showed up please set the required parameters. IMPORTANT: If you want to get a precise copy of our demo site, leave the default selection intact - "Overwrite existing content".

  5. Click on "Install Demo Data" button. IMPORTANT: Please wait while demo data is being copied from our server to your site. It may take a while and depends significantly on the Internet connection speed between your website and our server. Please wait patiently and do not refresh/leave the page.

  6. After the data is successfully imported, you will see the following message:

    In 99.9% it works fine, but if something went wrong and data was not imported, please repeat the procedure. The system will find the last item imported successfully and you will be able to continue the import.

    If you are making the install on your local machine, please check your internet connection and firewall settings - this may affect the data transfer.

Quick start

After the theme activation and demo content import, we are ready to get started with basic theme settings like site title, tagline, logo, favicon etc.

To change your site title and tagline go to Settings -> General Please note, these parameters are important for search engines. For advanced SEO management we recommend installing 3rd parties plugins like All In One SEO pack.

Another great idea may be setting custom permalinks structure to make them more SEO friendly and human-readable. Go to Settings -> Permalinks and make changes according to the example below.


"Customize" settings

Now let's navigate to Appearance > Customize - the feature which makes theme customization extremely user-friendly and straight-forward, allowing the admin to manage the feel and look of the blog website easily from one place.

IMPORTANT: This is a "OnePage" theme. All the customizations are applied to the Home page only. Settings for the other pages and posts can be set up in "Single page" and "Single post" sections in the "Customize" menu. The rest of the posts and pages such as "Home with Sidebar", "List style", "Post Formats", "Standard" etc. are just examples (variations) of how the single page/post can look like.

We have integrated many additional options to the default Wordpress "Customize" menu, which allows you to flexibly control the appearance and behavior of the whole website as well as of the individual page types.

Moreover, you can see the changes of the frontend right after the alterations - when the needed parameter is selected, without switching from admin to frontend each time. It saves much of your time and lets you customize your website just in several clicks. When you are through with the changes, you should click on "Save and Publish" button at the top. There are quite a lot of parameters here, but luckily the majority of them have default values that suit most of the users. Let's take a closer look at them:


In this section you can customize the general website look using the following settings.

Body Style

Body Style options allow you to choose the way the page is displayed selecting the width for the website body content:

  • Boxed - page body is located in the zone of limited screen width, and you can see the background image behind it:
  • Wide - page body occupies the entire screen width (background image is not seen behind it), and the content is placed in the area of limited width, in the center of the screen:
  • Fullwide - page body occupies the entire screen width (background image is not seen behind it), the content is stretched to the entire screen with small indents off the window edges:
Sidebar Position

You can choose whether you want to have sidebar on the right or on the left on the page.

  • Right - the sidebar is located on the right of the content.
  • Left - the sidebar is located on the left of the content.
Top User Panel

You can choose whether you want to have the top panel or not.

Responsive Layouts

Using this setting you can decide if you want to have responsive layouts, adjusted for each screen size and device or to keep the main layout for all of them.

  • Yes - To have responsive layouts. The website will be adjusted for each screen size. On the image below you can see the website layout on the mobile:
  • No - To keep the main layout intact for all screen sizes. The users will scroll the page to see the content. This is how the website will look on the same device:
Add SEO meta

By choosing "Yes" metadata (Google reach snippets, Facebook meta tags, etc.) will be added to a single post. Choose "No" if you are using any of the SEO plugins.

Responsive Menu

In this field you should fill in the window width when responsive menu will be enabled.

On the image below, this parameter is 960 px (by default), so even if you have responsive layouts set to "No", you will get responsive menu when resizing the browser window:

Title section background

This option allows you to set a background image for top title section. Bg image for posts and pages can be set via Customization panel. As for the Categories, bg image should be specified in the categories settings itself.


In this section you can choose the slider engine and slider position:

Slider engine

You have two options here:

  • Select slider - If this option is selected, the slider will not be shown on the website.
  • Posts Slider (Swiper) - This slider engine will display the featured images of your posts.

In case you install Revolution Slider plugin (it is not included in the package), you will see this slider engine here as well, it is fully integrated with the theme.

As soon as you select Swiper slider engine, you will see a set of additional parameters:

Slider style:

You can select the slider width using these settings:

  • Boxed - There is a space on the right and on the left of the slider (as on the image above).
  • Fullwide - The slider images are stretched to the window width:
  • Slides per view - This setting allows you to divide slider into several columns.

    Slider height - You can enter any desired slider height here (in px).

    Category - This option allows you to select the category of posts which featured images will be shown in the slider. If no category is selected, you will see images from the latest posts in the slider.

    Posts - Allows you to enter the category ID, or comma-separated post IDs for the slider images.

    Interval - You may customize the slides change interval (pause time) here.

    Top panel position - This setting helps you to specify the top menu position. It can be Above slider or Below slider:


    You can add links to social media icons here. If you leave these fields empty, icons will not be shown. Social icons will be displayed in the top right corner of the header:

    In the Share section you can specify URLs to share posts in social networks (if you leave the field empty - there will be no sharing).

    Logo, Title & Tagline

    Settings of this group are responsible for the website logo and title display:

    Site Title

    The text entered into this field will be displayed as the logo (if the image logo is not uploaded) and as the website title in your browser tab.


    The text entered into this field will be displayed as the website slogan under the logo:

    Site Icon

    You can upload/remove your site icon here (must be 512x512px).


    You can upload/remove your favicon here.


    Logo image is uploaded or selected from the Media Library:

    Here's how you can customize your logo using just a text.

    Header Image

    This option allows you to add the header background image to your website top panel.

    Just click on "Add new image" button and browse the image from the Media Library. Alternatively, you can upload it from your computer. See the screenshot below.

    Background Color

    This option allows you to apply any custom color to your website's background. Works for "Boxed" body style only.

    Background Image

    These settings allow you to add the background image behind the content body, when "Boxed" body style is enabled and to manage its position:

    Just click on "Select image" button to upload the image from the Media Library or from your computer. After this step you will see a set of other parameters for background.

    Background Repeat

    This option allows you to select how your background image will be repeated:

    • No repeat - In this case the image will not be repeated;
    • Tile - The image will be repeated both horizontally and vertically;
    • Tile Horizontally - The image will be repeated only horizontally (similar to repeat-x value in CSS) ;
    • Tile Vertically - The image will be repeated only vertically (similar to repeat-y value in CSS);
    Background Position

    If you have "No repeat" or "Tile vertically" selected you can control the position of the image in the browser:

    • Left - The image will be located on the left.
    • Center - The image will be located in the center.
    • Right - The image will be located on the right.
    • On th screenshot below we have selected the right position for the image repeated vertically:

    Background Attachment

    Here you can choose whether you want to have the background fixed when you scroll the page:

    • Scroll - The background will be scrolled with the page content.
    • Fixed - Even when you scroll the page, your background image will have a fixed position. On the image below the page is scrolled but we can still see the background image repeated horizontally:

    Color Scheme

    The next section of settings allows you to manage the color scheme of your website. Let's consider these parameters.

    Color Settings

    Here you can select Simple or Advanced option of your color scheme customization.

    Color Scheme

    Select one of two predefined color schemes: Default or Dark. Check the screenshots below.


    Set the necessary color for your links and accented areas.

    Links Hover

    Set the necessary hover color for your links and accented areas.

    In case the capabilities of "Simple" color scheme are not enough you can go with the "Advanced" one and completely change your website's look. Check the available settings below.


    These settings allow you to manage Sidebar and Footer widgets just as you used to do in Appearance > Widgets in Wordpress admin panel:

    Here you can manage standard sidebars (widget sets) included in the theme:

    • Sidebar - By default, it is displayed vertically to the left or right from the main content.
    • Footer - By default, it is displayed at the footer of the page.

    If you expand one of these widget sets, you will be able to:

    1. Add a widget: just click on "Add a widget" button to see the available widgets, then press on the one you want to use:
    2. Reorder the position of widgets using 3 icons:
      • Move - allows you to move the widget to another sidebar.
      • Down - the widget will be moved down.
      • Up - the widget will be moved upwards.

      After you reorder the position of widgets in the sidebar, please click on "Done" button at the bottom.

    You will be able to assign any of these widget sets to the sidebar of Homepage, Blog archive pages, Search results pages, Single post pages and Single pages in the corresponding menu items of Appearance > Customize.

    Moreover, you get a few Custom Widget sets that can be managed in Appearance > Widgets:

    On the same page you will see Available Widgets section which also includes MailChimp SignUp form. In order to add the widget to the Sidebar, just drag and drop it to the needed position, add the content and Save it.

    Custom widgets
    1. ThemeREX - About Me: Displays the photo and description of the website admin:
    2. ThemeREX - Advertisement block: Used to insert advertising banners - images with links or arbitrary HTML-blocks. IMPORTANT: Be careful to use extraneous HTML-code not to disrupt the design of the page.
    3. ThemeREX - Recent Posts: Displays the most recent posts. Unlike the standard widget, it can display a post featured image, author name, comments, post counters and post category if you enable these options.
    4. ThemeREX - Most Popular & Commented: Displays the most visited, most commented and most liked articles.
    5. ThemeREX - Socials: Shows the links to social network profiles. The widgets for social media icons are added in Appearace - Customize - Socials.
    6. ThemeREX - Calendar: A standard WP Calendar showing the current date and the days with available daily archives (posts).
    7. Mailchimp SignUp form: Allows you to add subscribers to your MailChimp lists. Mailchimp for WP plugin should be installed to use this widget.

      In order to configure your Mailchimp widget, please follow these steps:

      • Navigate to MailChimp for WP - MailChimp in your Wordpress admin and enter your MailChimp API key. To do that you should be registered at Mailchimp website:

      • Open MailChimp for WP - Forms and fill in Form mark-up. You can see the code for the demo form on the screenshot below:

      • Copy the shortcode you see on the same screen, and paste it to the Text widget created in Appearance > Widgets:

      • Once all these steps are done, you will get the following block in one of your sidebars, where the users can sign up for a newsletter:

    8. Footer: We have also added an Instagram widget to it.

      This is how it looks on frontend:

    Static Frontpage

    This option allows you to display a static page for your main frontend page and for your post pages as well.

    Front Page Displays
    • Your latest posts - Displays the latest posts.
    • A static page - Displays regular static page.
      • Front page - Set the necessary page to act as front page.
      • Posts page - Set the necessary page to act as post page.


    Settings of this section allow you to manage homepage style and it's sidebar:

    Body style:

    Here you can set the necessary body style for the homepage only.

    Blog style:
    • Excerpt - Posts will contain the featured image, a small excerpt from the post content and "Learn More" button.

    • Grid /2 columns/ - The first post will look the same as in the "Excerpt" style, the rest posts will be displayed in 2 columns.

    Sidebar Widgets

    Here you can decide whether you want to have a sidebar on the homepage and which one:

    Top Sidebar Widgets

    Select the sidebar to show on top of the homepage.

    Blog archive

    This section allows you to control the layout and style of your blog archive pages such as a blog stream page and category pages:

    Body style

    Select the necessary content width for your blog.

    Blog style

    Select the necessary post style for your blog archive pages.

    Posts content

    Select the way to display your posts' content.

    Sidebar widgets

    Select what sidebar needs to be displayed on a blog streampage.

    Animation for posts

    Select the necessary animation style for your posts to show up.

    Pagination style

    Select a proper order for your posts to appear on the page.

    Search Results

    You can adjust the layout and sidebar for the pages displaying Search results in this section:

    Blog style

    Select the necessary post style for search results.

    Sidebar widgets

    Select the necessary sidebar to display on search result page.

    Single Post

    You can adjust the sidebar for the single post pages in this section:

    Sidebar widgets

    Select sidebar to show on a single post.

    Top title section

    Displays an image and post's name.

    Post navigation

    Displays previous and next posts images with titles.

    Single Page

    You can adjust the sidebar for pages here:

    Sidebar widgets

    Select sidebar to show on a single page.

    Top title section

    Displays the top title section on a single page.


    This section covers the information about Pages in your website: included page templates, how to edit existing pages, add new ones.

    Page templates

    Please navigate to Pages in your Wordpress admin panel, click on "Add new" button to create new pages:

    On the right you will see Page Attributes - Template section. It allows you to select the page style:

    1. Default - used to create a standard content page (a sidebar is added to the page in Customize - Single page):

    2. Homepage Style "Excerpt" - used to create a blog page with "Excerpt" style: a small passage of text and "Learn More" button.

    3. Homepage Style "Grid" - used to create a blog page with "Grid" style.

    4. 404 Page - to create "404 Not found" page opened if a user tries to open the page which does not exist.

    5. Page style "About me" - Using this page template you can create a personal page of the blogger, just write several words about yourself and add your photograph to "Featured image" section and you will get the page of the following design with Contact form added automatically:

    In order to choose some static content page for your Frontpage, please navigate to Settings > Reading and locate "Front page displays", select Static page, and choose pages for your Frontpage and Posts page. (Please do not forget to add your new Blog page to the navigation bar in Appearance > Menus). On the same page in admin you can enter the number of posts to be displayed on the blog archive pages:

    After you save the changes, your frontpage will display "About me" page and your posts will be shown on "Blog style "Excerpt" page.

    Please note: It also can be done via the Customizer panel in the "Static Front Page" section.

    Post formats

    The theme uses standard Wordpress post formats, for you to run the blog using various visual representations of a post.

    • Standard – The default post format: you can add a featured image to the post or leave your post without it.
    • Aside – A note like post, usually styled without title.
    • Gallery – A gallery of images.
    • Link– A link to another site.
    • Image – An image or photograph.
    • Quote – A quotation.
    • Status – Twitter like short status update.
    • Video – A post containing video.
    • Audio – An audio file.
    • Chat – A chat transcript.


    In this section you can find information about additional plugins included to this theme.

    Recipe Card

    We have added the Recipe card plugin, to let you create beautiful recipes that readers can print, save and review. More information on how to use this plugin properly can be found here.
    Please follow this link to get a better understanding on how to properly create your recipes:

    So to add a recipe you need to create a post, hit "Visual" button in the right corner of your text field and press on the recipe button on your icons panel.

    Once it's done the Recipe card window will pop up. Fill in all the required information and hit Save.

    As soon as you finish the recipe card field will be generated.

    This is how the backend ("Text option is activated") looks like:

    And this is the frontend:

    If you switch back to the "Text" mode you will notice the shortcode instead of the nice looking recipe card image.

    [yumprint-recipe id='1']

    You can actually use the shortcode to paste to other posts where you want your recipe to be displayed or you can stick with - let's say - more user friendly method we have described above. Choose any way you comfortable with.

    IMPORTANT: Please be aware that we have applied our custom CSS styles to this plugin to adapt it to our theme. If you want to activate the default plugin CSS styles, please open your styles.css (root directory.../wp-content/themes/spiced-blog/...) file and comment in the following lines: #4704 - #4803.
    Check the screenshot below for more information.


    In order to translate the theme to your language, please follow these steps:

    1. Navigate to themes/Spiced/languages/ folder and locate default.po file. Copy default.po file to your desktop for editing.

    2. Open the .po file using a program like PoEdit . Click on the text to edit and enter your translation at the bottom box.
    3. Next, you have to save your .po file using the naming convention based on the language code (e.g. pt for Portuguese) followed by the country code (e.g. _BR for Brazil). To break it down; the first lower-case letters define the language, whereas the second upper-case letter define the country. In many cases the language and country will be the same, like “de_DE” for Germany, but what about languages like English or Portuguese, that are spoken in several countries natively? In these cases there will be a difference in the first and second letter pairs; for the UK, the code would be en_GB, whereas for the USA it will be en_US. If you’re not familiar with the codes for your native language and country you can head over to the GNU website, where they have all the codes for Language and Country. Remember, if you use the wrong naming convention WordPress won’t be able to use your translation, so double-check if necessary. So, the Brazilian Portuguese file would be called pt_BR.po. When saing your .po it will automatically create a new .mo file for you, with the same naming convention ( so using the example above, the file would be called .
    4. Upload the .po and .mo files you just created to your /languages folder so they are in the same directory as the default.po and
    5. Optional step ( actual for WordPress version < 4.0 ): The last step is to tell WordPress what language to show. Open your wp-config.php file in a text editor and search for: define('WPLANG', ''); Edit this line according to the .mo file you've just downloaded, e.g. for the Portuguese spoken in Brazil you must add: define define('WPLANG', 'pt_BR');

    Sources and Credits

    This section discloses the sources of various files used within the theme and describes their function.

    • Fonts:
      • "Raleway", "Cardo" and other Google fonts.
      • Fontello (non standard, icons set).

    All non-standard fonts are from Google Web Fonts and Fontello icons set

    We have used pictures from:

    All images are copyrighted to their respective owners and not available for download with this theme.

    Once again, thank you so much for purchasing this theme. We will be glad to help you, if you have any questions about this theme. We'll do our best to assist. If you have any questions that are beyond the scope of this help file, please feel free to email via our user page contact form from our Profile Page on ThemeForest. Thank you so much!