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  • Resolved Kazimli Jahangir

    (@jahangirwp)


    Hello.
    I’m theme author.
    I want to create “Home Page” demos for my theme.
    For Example : “Music School Demo” , “Car Service Demo”and etc.
    I created most of required files for this plugin. But I didn’t understand one of them:
    Content Import
    How can I create this file ? So, which one should I select :

    If “All content” , why ?

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  • Hi,

    “all content” will export all WP content (Posts, pages, images, everything…).

    If you export only a particular page, then just that page will be exported, without images…

    You can use the “All content” export and use the same content import file for all you “demos”, just set a different home page for each “demo” you have (you can do that in the after import hook, check the FAQ section of this plugin).

    Take care!

    Firstly thank you for answer.
    For example I have a page created for the special purposes with Elementor.(ex: page designed for the Music School). Now I want to make it “Home Demo”.
    What are should I do? Can you write step by step please ?

    This answer will help everbody who want to create multi-purpose theme. 🙂

    Hi,

    here are the steps on how to prepare the export data: http://proteusthemes.github.io/one-click-demo-import/. You will find some more answers in the FAQ section of this plugin as well.

    All you have to do is create multiple pre-defined demo imports (with the same import file) and then set the correct home page in the after demo import action hook. This will create multiple demo imports for your users to select, but they will perform the same import, the only difference will be, that you will set a different home page for them at the end…

    Take care!

    Understood! Thank you @capuderg 🙂 ,

    Take Care!

    No problem 🙂

    Have a nice day!

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