it may use wordpress 3.0 menus, http://codex.wordpress.org/Appearance_Menus_SubPanel , check the documentation that comes with the theme(itll have instructions) and if all else fails contact the author
what exactly does the menu say?
The theme is installed correctly you need to add content via wordpress and the themes admin panel reference http://codex.wordpress.org/Getting_Started_with_WordPress#WordPress_for_Beginners , also read the documentation that is provided with your theme
themes dont contain the demo data in them you will have to set them up in your wordpress admin panel there should be documentation included in the download which should walk you through setting up the theme, if all else fails contact the author
Im confused theres replies and quotes everywhere but the timing doesn’t match…
on the topic +1 to SimplyDo if his file was removed because of it, no one else’s should be accepted, the marketplace cant have double standards
Did you purchase the Wordpress or HTML version? It sounds to me like you’ve uploaded the Wordpress version but your hosting company doesn’t support Wordpress/isn’t set up for it.
I think he’s expecting it to look like the demo but theres not content put in yet, I may be confused tho
have you added any content to it from the wordpress admin panel?(I’m assuming your using wordpress)
No opinion on turkey here. As for Facebook – I think it can be pretty good market. Some companies like to make use of every possible way of promoting themselves online. And then there are the ones who only use Facebook as their online presence, as you mentioned in your post. The question is – how flexible is Facebook when it comes to custom pages? Can we turn them into something of high quality? I’ve never used Facebook, and never will, that’s why I ask.
+1 Im working on one for my own “social marketing” I think there could be a good market for them, a lot of companies from what I’ve seen are turning fan pages in to a type of landing page to promote there products