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Hi I hope this is the correct place to post this question, if not, please excuse me.

I purchased and downloaded Theme X after reading the reviews it gets. However, when I go to customize there is only a blank grey screen and a list of buttons down the left hand side.

I thought there would be some content on the screen which I then had to change. Is this correct or am I way off base?

As I’m sure your probably aware, this is the first time I have attemted to build/customize a web site. I have tried to find a walk through on how to build my website using this theme but cannot find anything. If someone could direct me it would be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance. Dean

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You need to install demo content. This will be covered in the documentation or email the author

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Hi Dean,

You will definitely want to register at our member area where all demo content, video tutorials, knowledge base articles, and other support resources can be found. You can register here:


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