Theme’s .pot file is located in /wp-content/themes/your-theme-name/languages folder.
Please use PoEdit – https://poedit.net/ to translate the .pot file and create respective .po and .mo files.
Please name .po and .mo files e.g. potname-nl_NL.po and potname-nl_NL.mo (nl_NL is the language code for dutch and potname is the name of the .pot file you have started from – it corresponds to text domain of the theme). For other languages’ codes, please refer to the following link: Internationalization.
In order to place .po and .mo files properly and not have them deleted when you update the theme, upload them to \wp-content\languages\themes folder. If you don’t have languages folder in your wp-content directory, please proceed and create one. Then create themes folder, and paste the files in it.
Alternatively, you can upload the .po and .mo files to your theme’s /wp-content/themes/your-theme-name/languages folder. In that case name them only using the language code (for example nl_NL.mo and nl_NL.po)
Also make sure to translate the theme’s plugin .pot file, located in \wp-content\plugins\your-theme-name\languages folder.
The steps are the same as for the theme, except the files should be named bt_plugin-nl_NL.po and bt_plugin-nl_NL.mo (with appropriate language code).
For plugin’s .po and .mo files, you should place them in \wp-content\languages\plugins folder.
You can set the site language of your WordPress installation on Settings > General. WordPress will automatically use the right language files if they exist.
For more info, refer to the article Child Theme.
The best way to start is to install demo content. If you want to install one page demo please refer to the article: Installing Demo Content. You will be able to see how all elements on the single page are set.
1. First of all, navigate to the Bold Page Builder and edit desired section. Insert in required Custom Tab Element ID attribute:
2. Then in Appearance > Menus add a new Custom Link and as a URL insert custom ID atribute with #.
For example: #about
The Ad Astra theme is now named Ajani, but note that no changes were made in the theme code and you will be able to update your theme easily.
Once the new theme version is available, user who purchased the theme should get an email note from the Envato (ThemeForest).
There are three ways to update the theme:
Download newest theme version from ThemeForest Download section. Since you already have the theme installed, you can download just ‘Installable WordPress file only’.
You need to extract theme file from the zipped folder you downloaded, and upload it to /wp-content/themes folder on your server. You will be prompted to overwrite the existing files. Select ‘Yes’, and the theme will update.
*The example is the zip file from Medicare theme but the process is the same for all themes.
This method is available since WP version 5.5. Please follow these steps:
Enable automatic theme update with the Envato Market Plugin. Once you install and activate this plugin, every time a new theme version becomes available, you will be able to update it with just one click.
You will need to go to the WordPress Updates page and navigate to the Themes section. The new version will be included in the section just like the themes from the WordPress repository.
* Whichever of these three methods you use for theme update, you will have to update theme plugin (and possibly some other required plugins) as well.
For plugin updates, you will get notification on your dashboard when new version is available.
If you made any changes in the source code you’ll need to reapply them to the new version of the theme or they will be lost.
To prevent this, you can use child theme.
All settings in Customize panel and your content will be preserved.
In order to ensure that the theme you purchased / want to purchase is RTL supported, you can check on our themes’ profiles on ThemeForest.
These themes have CSS defined for RTL layout, so when you change site’s language in Settings >General on your dashboard (or via language switch if you have multilingual site), the RTL layout will automatically apply to certain elements.
Some elements in Bold Builder that have alignment option (such as Icons, Images, Columns, etc…) will need to be rearranged manually to fit the RTL layout.