StarMag is a feature-rich WordPress magazine theme. Great for magazine , review, news and blog sites, with integrated reviews, video, slideshows, galleries and ADS system in each post. StarMag theme is highly configurable, you can completely configure the homepage and posts using the very easy and powerful theme options. Using 26 custom widgets you can create your homepage very quickly and you can get it just as you want it.
Set up magazine home page is easy and quick – just customize widgets ( Availables XML file demo data import and Widgets settings data import ).
Demo StarMag v1.1 – Themeforest News & Magazine Theme
Download StarMag v1.1 – Themeforest News & Magazine Theme
- Compatible With WordPress 3.4+ , 3.5+, 3.6+
- WooCommerce Ready
- Support for Disqus comments system
- Integrated schema microdata ( schema.org )
- Drag-and-Drop Homepage – customize widgets
- Custom sidebars or each page, category, post
- Custom sidebars position or each page, category, post
- Unlimited sidebars
- 26 custom widgets
- Unlimited Color Variations
- User Friendly Theme Control Panel
- Language Localization Support ( Default .po and .mo files )
- Color scheme and background for each category
- Color scheme widgets
- XML file demo data import and Widget data import
- Sticky Navigation menu
- Support Multiple page post
- Logo Text or Image
- Integrated reviews system for each post.( stars, points, percentage)
- Portfolio with AJAX load enabled as an option
- Responsive FlexSlider 2
- with Custom Query Settings Slider ( featured images from a post category/tags, custom a post, custom a pages and slider post ) – unlimited slide
- Individual background (image or slider) for each page and post
- Responsive design ( Twitter Bootstrap )
- @FontFace ( 600+ Google Fonts ) replacement
- ADS system for each page and post
- Full width template
- MultiPostThumbnails support
- 6 Blog Posts format –
- Gallery (slideshow)
- Video – self hosted, links, youtube, vimeo, dialymotion
- Audio – self hosted, links
- All Twitter Bootstrap 2.3.2 features
- Shortcodes 300+ Font Awesome Icon for Twitter Bootstrap
- Shortcodes 50+ – Columns, Buttons , Icon etc.
- Video & Audio Support
- Jquery PrettyPhoto Gallery Plugin
- Contact Form Ajax/PHP & Validate with Captcha
- Google Map plugin
- Well Documentation Included
How To Install WordPress Themes Or Plugins Via WordPress Dashboard
You have to upload the Premium Themes files into your WordPress installation in your hosting account.
Inside the main ZIP that you just downloaded there is another ZIP file that contains all the files that you need to install.
Login to your WordPress dashboard (www.yourdomain.com/wp-admin) and navigate the menu:
If you are installing a new theme, go to: Appearance > Themes, then click on Add New. Now click on Upload Theme, and then click on Browse… now you have to select the ZIP files that you already extracted onto your PC from the main ZIP file. Now all you have to do is Activate your new theme.
If you are installing a new plugin, go to: Plugins > Add New, then click on Upload Plugin, and then on Browse… now you have to select the ZIP files that you already extracted onto your PC from the main ZIP file. Now all you have to do is Activate your new plugin.
Installing and Activating Your Premium WordPress Themes/Plugins
After you download your Premium WordPress® Theme, you need to upload it to your hosting account, unarchive it, and then activate it.
Manual Plugin Installation
- There are a few cases when manually installing a WordPress Plugin is appropriate.
- If you wish to control the placement and process of installing a WordPress Plugin.
- If your server does not permit automatic installation of a WordPress Plugin.
- The WordPress Plugin is not in the WordPress Plugins Directory.
- Installation of a WordPress Plugin manually requires FTP familiarity and the awareness that you may put your site at risk if you install a WordPress Plugin incompatible with the current version or from an unreliable source.
- Backup your site completely before proceeding.
To install a WordPress Plugin manually:
- Download your WordPress Plugin to your desktop.
- If downloaded as a zip archive, extract the Plugin folder to your desktop.
- Read through the “readme” file thoroughly to ensure you follow the installation instructions.
- With your FTP program, upload the Plugin folder to the wp-content/plugins folder in your WordPress directory online.
- Go to Plugins screen and find the newly uploaded Plugin in the list.
- Click Activate to activate it.