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How to update your theme

Before updating your theme, it's always a good idea to create backups of your current theme, as well as your database just to be safe. Also, if you've made any changes to the theme files directly, these changes will be lost when updating. We recommend moving any changes into a Child Theme. Any changes you've made to the Theme Options, including Custom CSS will not be lost since that is saved in the database.

Automatic Updating

IMPORTANT! Envato has updated their API so automatic updating is no longer possible. We are waiting for additional API methods to be added in order to do so. In the mean time, you'll want to update your theme manually:

Manual Updating

If you don't see an Updates tab in your theme options, you'll need to manually update your theme. Here are the steps we recommend to manually update your theme.

  1. Be sure you've created backups of the theme and your database.

  2. Change your active theme to the default WordPress theme (twenty twelve, or twenty thirteen).

  3. Delete the theme you want to update.

  4. Download the latest version of the theme from Theme Forest (

  5. Unzip the file on your computer and upload the zip file for your theme ( for example).

  6. Activate your theme again.