So go to and check the options under “Front Page Displays.” If your theme doesn’t require any page template for the homepage layout make sure this option is set to”Your latest posts.” If your theme does use a homepage template, have your site set to use a static homepage. A lot of theme developers use custom page templates for their homepage layouts.
So you should first of course read the documentation files, but if there aren’t any head over and create a new page, while in the editor under to set it as your static front page option.
While working on HTML I and testing offline, you know changing the code and refreshing the browser, nothing is happening anymore. We're looking for long answers that provide some explanation and context. I use a private window or icognito as in Chrome so its not cached.
You’ve got your theme installed and now you are uploading a sample file the theme developer was so nice to provide you with and yet again you get an error!
The “failed” to import error is usually 1 of 2 things.
Generally it’s somewhere obvious and the actual theme folder will likely be named the same as the theme.
Once found zip it and upload via Word Press or upload the unzipped folder via FTP.
Our Total Word Press theme does this when you use the built-in demo importer, but not every theme can be as awesome as Total.
So if you’ve installed a theme (and it’s sample data) but your site isn’t matching up to the theme demo there are a couple very common reasons why your homepage might look different. This means your theme either does or doesn’t require a home page to be set, and you have your site set to the opposite.
The first is that it could be trying to load posts or taxonomies from custom post types that do not exist yet.
It would be great if any theme you activated looked exactly like the demo once it was activated?
But, several users have queries that they are not being able to Update Word Press.
This error can be solved in an easy way without any coding knowledge.
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