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First of all we would like to thank you so much for choosing our theme !

This document covers the installation and use of this theme and reveals answers to common problems and
issues - I encourage you to read this document thoroughly if you are
experiencing any difficulties.


Downloading Petio Theme Files From ThemeForest

There are two ways you can install the Petio theme. You can choose to install it via FTP, which is what will be outlined in this article, or via WordPress. Before you can install Petio, please download the necessary theme files from ThemeForest first.

If this is your first time downloading the theme from ThemeForest, we recommend downloading the Full Theme Package to receive additional files such as exported sliders, child theme, documentation. If you’ve already downloaded the Full Packages, then you can just use the WordPress Installable File.

Step 1 – Login to your ThemeForest account and navigate to your Downloads tab and then locate your Petio theme purchase.

Step 2 – Click the Download button and choose to either download the Installable WordPress file only, which is just the WordPress installable file, or choose to download All Files & Documentation which is the full Petio theme package.

Install Petio Theme

1. Install via WordPress

Log in into the admin area, navigate through Appearance > Themes > Add New > Upload Theme and select the .zip file you downloaded and finally click on Install Now

2. Install via FTP

If you get any fail when install theme by Wordpress install function, we recommend to use FTP.

Step 1 - If you have downloaded the Full Theme Package from ThemeForest, please unzip the package file to get the theme file petio.zip. Unzip the petio.zip file, you'll get a folder Petio.

Step 2 - Use a FTP client like FileZilla and upload the extracted folder to wp-content/themes folder on your host

Step 3 - Log in to your WordPress Dashboard and navigate to Appearance > Themes and clicking the Activate button of the Petio theme.

Install Plugins

Go to Appearance > Install Plugins

You will see the plugins that need to be installed


Before installing Demo Content, please install all required plugins, see the list of plugins on: Appearance > Install Plugins (if its not visible, then you have all the required plugins installed). There are 2 ways to import the demo content:

Theme Requirements

Minimum server configuration

  • PHP version - 7.4 and higher
  • MySQL version - 5.6 or higher
  • memory_limit – 512M
  • max_execution_time – 40000
  • max_input_time – 6000
  • upload_max_filesize – 40M

Recommended server configuration

  • PHP version - 7.4 and higher
  • MySQL version - 5.6 or higher
  • memory_limit – 512M
  • max_execution_time – 40000
  • max_input_time – 6000
  • upload_max_filesize – 40M

I. One-click Demo Import

You can quickly import all sample data in Wpbingo Framework > Import Demo Data.

When you access the Petio Demo Content Importer, you’ll be presented with the option of 2 example sites to choose from. We provide options if you don't want to import full demo Choose the one you like and click 'import' button. It may take a few minutes to finish the process


II. Using WordPress Tool

1. Login to your WordPress admin (/wp-admin) and go to Tools > Import and choose the WordPress system from the list to import.

2. You will see a file chooser input, there you upload the latest version XML file that can be found on Sample Data/sample


3. Click Run & Import

Import Slider

Step 1 – Go the the Revolution Slider tab in your WP Admin, and click the Import Slider button.


Step 2 – Choose the .ZIP file of the slider you’d like to import for homepage.


Step 3 – Once you’ve chosen the .ZIP file, an Import Slider button will appear.

Step 4 – Click the Import Slider button, and wait for it to finish uploading.

Step 5 – Once it’s finished uploading, you will now see your imported slider in the list of Revolution Sliders available.

Import Widgets

1. Please install the Widgets Importer & Exporter plugin


2. Access to the management of import & export widgets



3. Select the widget.wie file from the sample directory


4. Click Import Widgets

Import Theme Options

1. Access to the management of import & export Theme Options


2. Select the theme-options.txt file from the sample directory


3. Click Import

Config Image Sizes

After finish installing required plugins, there some options of product image sizes you must config before importing the demo content.

WooCommerce has settings for image sizes in Appearance > Customize > WooCommerce > Product Images.

  • Main image width: 1000
  • Thumbnail width: 600
  • Thumbnail cropping: Uncropped


Config Home Page

Please visit Settings > Reading


Config Menu

Please visit Appearance > Menu

You need to configure the menu with its respective functions


Elementor Config

1. Disable Default Colors and Disable Default Fonts

Disable default colors and default fonts by going to Elementor > Settings and placing a check in the boxes next to Disable Default Colors and Disable Default Fonts.


2. Content Width : 1440(px)

From any Elementor page or post editor, click the hamburger menu in the upper left corner of the Widget Panel, then navigate to Site Settings > Settings > Layout.


Please install the 3 plugin Elementor, WooCommerce and Redux Framework before installing wpbingo.

I. Page

You can separately configure the header, footer, logo for the Page.The configuration here will take precedence over the configuration in the theme options.If you want to use the default value in theme options: You can choose the "default" value for the header, vertical, footer and remove logo.

1. Edit Page you want to configure.


And the configuration is here:


III. Testimonial

You can manage and create new and select testimonial in Page

Wpbingo > Testimonial


IV. Mega Menu

1. Allows editing mega menu by elementor


2. Wpbingo > Mega Menu


3. Wpbingo > Mega Menu > Edit with elementor


4. Select megamenu to display here


After the installation is completed, you can customize your store.

Customizing your store lets you add functionality or change your store's appearance without switching themes.


I. Layout

You can toggle and configure Newsletter Form, Sign In Image, Back to top, Come Back Alert, Right to Left, Time Nofication here

Wpbingo > Theme Options > Layout


III. Header

1. Access to theme options Wpbingo>Theme Options>Header

2. Click the section Header Types

3. Clicking on any of the header to choose and hit Save Changes


V. Page Title

To change Background Breadcrumb


VI. Page 404

You can change the information of the 404 page here


VII. Social Share

You can manage your shareable social networks from the website here



I. Color & Effect

1. Access to theme options Wpbingo>Theme Options>Styling>Color And Effect

2. Click the Compile Css

2. Choose color Main Theme Color

4. Click theSave Changes

Choose a color theme before custom css in the css directory of the theme, to avoid overwriting the file


II. Typography

Go to Theme Options > Styling Click the section Typography



I. Product Archives

Go to Theme Options > Ecommerce Click the section Product Archives

Configuration and options of the shop page


II. Single Product

Go to Theme Options > Ecommerce Click the section Single Product

Configuration and options of the Single Product


III. Image Product

Go to Theme Options > Ecommerce Click the section Image Product

Configuration and options of the Image Single Product



I. Blog & Post Archives

Go to Theme Options > Blog Click the section Blog & Post Archives

Configuration and options of the blog page


II. Single Post

Go to Theme Options > Blog Click the section Single Post

Configuration and options of the Single Post


Install plugins

Go to Appearance > Install Plugins

You will see the plugins that need to be installed



I. Shop page

Go to WooCommerce > Settings > Products

You can select the page as the shop page for your website here


II. Accounts & Privacy

Go to WooCommerce > Settings > Accounts & Privacy


III. Advanced

Go to WooCommerce > Settings > Advanced

You can select the cart, checkout, and my account pages here


IV. Brand

Go to Products > Brands

You can create and manage brands here


V. Categories

Go to Products > Categories

You can create and manage Categories here


VI. Attributes

Go to Products > Attributes

You can create and manage Attributes here


VII. Product features

Go to Products > All Products

You can see the functions for our product here


Buy Together


Enter countdown for the product


Variation Swatches for WooCommerce

Go to AOVup > Variation Swatches

Please configure the options similar to our photos so that the variations have the same design as on the demo



WPC Smart Wishlist for WooCommerce

Go to WPClever > Smart Wishlist

Select page wishlist


Translate wishlist


WPC Smart Compare for WooCommerce

Go to WPClever > Smart Compare

Configure compare table


Translate Compare


Contact Forms

Go to Contact > Contact Forms

Here you will see the forms used in the page. You can change its content here. However, you should only change the text, not the html because it will lose the style of the website


Once you’re on the Add New Post screen, you will then be able to set a title for the blog post, add the body content, and also provide all the meta information such as extra details and media. In the blog meta you can set the image for the thumbnail, and also the media type for the detail page.

You can use the Visual Composer to create the content of the item, which effectively allows you to have limitless possibilities for what you can display, and also how you can display it.For more detail, please visit: http://codex.wordpress.org/Writing_Posts

Setup Language

WordPress makes it super-easy to change the language on your website. Simply go to Settings > General in your WordPress dashboard, and scroll down to the bottom of the page. There you will see the option to select Site language.


Translate Your Website

In order to translate your website completele, there are things you need to translate:

  1. Activated theme - In case you are using a child theme, the theme you need to translate must be the parent theme. For example, if you are using Petio Child theme, the child theme of Petio, you must translate Petio.

  2. Installed plugins - With included plugins in Petio, you must translate them manually. With plugins from WordPress.org, you need to check if they are translated into your language or not. If they are not translated, you need to translate them manually too.

  3. Some Options - With some options of theme, plugins, you must edit it to change the default value. For example, the plugin Mailchimp For WP will create a default form. You must edit it to change some text strings like "Email", "Name",...

I. Using Loco Translate Plugin

The easiest way to translate your theme is using the Loco Translate plugin.

  1. Go to Plugins > Add New

  2. Search for plugin “Loco Translate”

  3. Install and Activate the plugin.

  4. After Activation locate Loco Translate

Loco Translate plugin has it own a short tutorial for beginner. Please take a look at it here.

II. Using Poedit

There are a few different options for translating WordPress, as outlined in the WordPress Codex. For this tutorial, we’re going to use Poedit, an easy to use open source program available for Mac OS X, Windows and UNIX/Linux.

  1. Install Poedit.

  2. You can see the instructions here.

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