January 9, 2013 at 10:55 pm #19266
On the home page for the propulsion page it says
-You can now setup a wordpress installation that looks like this demo with just a single click of your mouse. Amazing to get started and accustomed to the theme.”
That is exactly what I want to do as a wordpress newbie but have had no luck doing it
AJJanuary 10, 2013 at 10:13 am #102979
Try to check this video tutorial on how to import data to make your site like a copy of the demo site. http://www.kriesi.at/themes/propulsion/template-files/video-tutorials/#auto-install
IsmaelJanuary 12, 2013 at 3:05 pm #102980
Wow Ismael that is a great response time and the tutorials look very good. As a part of my corporate wellness business I do wellness sites, challenge sites and children sites for a number of companies like McDonald’s, Discover Card, Allstate etc. I have been using dot net nuke for several years and like the functionality and design options it offers but the page load time is growing unacceptable. I love your theme–it is gorgeous and I am using it to test out wordpress. I am using your theme for my own corporate sales site and I want to make the site really “pop”. I am going to import your dummy layout and see how it looks but if you have any other ideas for special “stuff” it would be much appreciated. I have a feeling I am going to be buying your stuff for a good long while. I know wordpress has many other add ons etc than dot net nuke but I am new to wordpress and don’t have a lot of time to explore and learn right now so if something comes to mind….
I have a feeling I may also be migrating many of my client sites to wordpress if this works out well. Do you think it would be a difficult process to shift them? I have tracking databases linked to all of them thru iframe. My issue is design. I am not a graphic designer and have not had great luck recently working with the but I need my main corporate site to really look great.
All the best and again thank you so much for your prompt response. Please feel free to use portions of this message for your marketing, just please leave out the client names.January 13, 2013 at 8:49 am #102981
If you are new to wordpress, you might like to check this video tutorial on how to use WordPress: http://wp.tutsplus.com/tutorials/wp101-video-training-part-1-the-dashboard/ and http://wordpressbasic.com/wordpresstutorial/
That video tutorial will help your client know the basics in WordPress. :)
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