[Support] I bought theme-only. Can I buy support separately?
[Support] How difficult are your themes to set up? What does the support include?
[Support] How many tickets does support include?
[Support] I sent a support ticket but received no answer.
[Support] How do I get technical support? How do I submit a ticket?
[General] Are you a web design agency?
[General] Can I view the back end demo of your themes?
[General] Do you offer refunds?
[General] Do your themes work with the latest version of WordPress?
[General] Which Browser version do you support?
[Customization] Can I customise the theme color scheme to match it with my brand colors?
[Customization] Can I call Speakers something else, such as Performers?
[Customization] Are your themes translation-ready with .mo and .po files?
[Customization] Are your themes multi-language?
[Integrations] Do your themes provide registration/ticketing – Can I integrate with other platforms?
[Integrations] Do your themes work with WPML?
[Integrations] Do your themes work with Plugins?
[Integrations] Do you support Woocommerce?
[Integrations] Do you support Gravity Forms?
[Integrations] How Does Your Integration With Event Espresso, Eventbrite, Xing Events and Wocommerce work?
[Integrations] What version of Event Espresso do you support?
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Your purchase includes a lifetime license for using the theme and one year access to support and updates. After that, support and updates require renewal.
You can use our themes on as many personal domains as you wish. All our themes are 100% GPL. We kindly ask that any installations to client domains have a separate purchase license so they can access support and updates separately on their own. 🙂
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If you purchased your theme before September 12, 2014, your license will be valid for 1 year from purchase. After that you should purchase a valid license key to receive updates and bug fixes.
You will need an intermediate knowledge of WordPress. Our help centre is very comprehensive, we populate them with tutorials, video tutorials and theme specific FAQs.
For everything else, there is support. You can review our support terms here.
Only customers who purchased a support license can send tickets. If you would like to submit support requests, you can purchase a support license here.
Head to our support portal. Click on Submit a request.
When you purchase one of our theme, you receive a license key that will give you access to updates and bug fixes for one year. Read more about licensing here
No. We are not a web design agency. We can’t offer web design services to customize the theme to your liking. A WordPress theme is a canvas and cannot satisfy very specific needs. As much as we try to add more features, it is impossible to satisfy thousands of different requirements.
It is very important that you familiarize with what you see on the demo as this will be what you’ll get once you purchase the theme.
Of course! When you land on a demo, click on the ‘View Backend’ button on the theme selector.
All of our products come with a 30 days refund policy.
Yes, our themes work with the latest version of WordPress.
We usually support the latest 3 versions of Chrome, Firefox and Safari.
We do not support IE6, 7 and 8.
You will always need to install WordPress on your domain/hosting. Conference Pro, Fudge 2.0, Mondree, Khore, Vertoh, Tyler, Januas and Fudge have an option to populate the site with dummy data so that you can have them looking like in the demo.
No, we do NOT provide PSD files with any single or bundle theme package purchase.
All our themes have editable stylesheets (CSS). Some of our themes offer full customization without opening the CSS, conveniently from dashboard. Some others offer preset color combinations.
Full Color Customization from Dashboard:
– Conference Pro
– Fudge 2.0
– Event Manager Theme
Of course. You will need to edit some templates to achieve it though, therefore if you are not confident enough, we recommend to purchase support as well. We will guide you step by step on how to change the taxonomy.
Tyler, Januas and Fudge come in ready with translations and we can also provide .po files for both themes. Event Manager Theme doesn’t come with .po files for translation.
You can easily translate a po file with free software. We do not provide right to left compatibility.
Our themes are NOT multilanguage, i.e. no concurrent languages can be displayed. Nor they integrate with multilanguage plugins. We only offer translations for the .PO file. Any other multilanguage capability is not offered as part of our themes and our support does not include customization in this area.
No. Our themes DO NOT have a native registration/ticketing system. We believe registration is a sensitive issue and it should be handled by dedicated plugins or services.
Conference Pro, Fudge 2.0, Mondree, Khore, Vertoh, Tyler, Fudge and Januas all work with Woocommerce, a free way to register attendees.
We integrate nicely with some third party services. See the theme comparison list to find out which systems are supported.
We cannot guarantee any of our themes working with WPML.
In general we suggest to use as few plugins as possible. The WordPress repository offers hundreds of thousand plugins, it is prohibitive to integrate with all of them.
Major plugins work fine in most cases but we cannot guarantee functionality when you install external plugins. Plugin support is something our support team won’t be able to help you with.
Conference Pro, Fudge 2.0, Mondree, Khore, Vertoh, Tyler, Januas and Fudge all support Woocommerce. You can have a look at how the ticket selector looks on the demo and click on the bar ‘Registration’ -> ‘Woocommerce’
Fudge 2.0, Mondree, Khore at present support Gravity Forms
Our Integration with all the above theme providers goes as far as integrating the ticket selector. Items such as speakers, sessions and schedule will not integrate with those of the tools if offered. You can safely drop a ticket selector from any of the above services and be sure that it will correctly display on our theme.
Fudge 2.0 can pull Event Info and Tickets information from Eventbrite via API.
We only support Event Espresso 4. Our integration with Event Espresso includes only the ticket selector. Speakers, Agenda and Sessions will be handled separately.
No Vertoh does not have native registration. Vertoh does integrate with Eventbrite, Woocommerce, EventEspresso, Xing Events.
Does Fudge offer a registration/ticketing system?
No. Fudge does not have a native registration/ticketing system. It integrates well with Eventbrite, EventEspresso, Xing Events and Woocommerce. You may as well integrate with other registration/ticketing services but extra styling may be needed.
The single event page shows the date the event starts. You can then display the multiple days of the event through the schedule widget that has a nice day breakdown. This is a good example (see Schedule on the sidebar), and extended version.
Does Januas offer a registration/ticketing system?
No. Januas does not have a native registration/ticketing system. It integrates well with Eventbrite. You may as well integrate with other registration/ticketing services but extra styling may be needed.
Can external users post their events to our Januas powered website?
While this is not the way our theme is supposed to work, several clients use it that way. By using posting privileges that WordPress uses you could get users to register and then access the event posting area of the dashboard.
Once again we do not recommend to use Januas this way as there may be unexpected problems we did not cater for. You will probably need external plugins to make the site work the way you mentioned.
In essence, it’s feasible but we do not recommend it nor we will be able to help of anything goes wrong.
No. Genesis is part of the EMTheme package. Genesis is free to distribute as it is under GPL license. Genesis does not impact on the price of the theme.
No. Event Manager Theme is meant for one event only, although it can be over more days. For multiple events, check out Januas.
No. Event Manager Theme does not have a native registration/ticketing system. It integrates well with Eventbrite. You may as well integrate with other registration/ticketing services but extra styling may be needed.
Unfortunately not. Only Januas and Fudge come in multi-language translations and we can also provide .po files for your own translations.
Does Event Manager have the concurrent sessions/tracks/multiple locations option like Januas does?
No. Unfortunately Event Manager Theme does not have advanced scheduling. For that, head to Januas (for advanced scheduling for multiple events) or Fudge (for advanced scheduling for single events).