the resource page for
The Healer Child Theme for Elementor
For those with a WordPress site:
- Log in to your WordPress site
- Hover over or click on the “plugins” tab on the left hand navigation
- Choose the Add New Option
- Select Upload Plugin at the top left
- Download your zip file here
- Upload the zip file to your WordPress site
- Click Install Now. This may take a few moments
- Page will reload once downloaded
- Click Activate Plugin
- The website is now installed!
For those who don’t have a WordPress site already:
- Sign up for a Host (we recommend the Basic plan from Bluehost – $3.45/month!)
- Get a Domain (You can get a domain from Bluehost as well!)
- Point the domain to the hosting site (see this article here for steps)
- Install WordPress and choose a theme (can be a free theme)
- Install our WordPress Template (following steps to the left)
INSTALLING & USING ELEMENTOR
To use this Template, you will need an Elementor Pro License. You can buy that here. If you only have 1 website, you can purchase the lowest plan for $49/year (Essential).
In this section we will help you get started with the Elementor parent theme, from installation through finding your way around and getting further information and help. The Elementor documentation is impressive and very easy to follow. If you haven’t used Elementor at all before, we recommend starting right here.
Elementor Documentation & Support
Elementor has comprehensive Elementor Documentation, with sections on Basics, Settings, Theme Library, Theme and Module Customizers and Additional Features.
If you don’t find what you need there, check out their Elementor Support Forum in the members area, where you can open a ticket if you haven’t find the answer you’re looking for.
Installing Elementor & Elementor Pro
Here’s the official Elementor installation video which once completed means you can then install Elementor Pro .
If you haven’t used Elementor before we highly recommend you watch this video by Elementor, which introduces the editing screen, the Elementor Panel and how you can use widgets to add elements to your pages. The video also covers loading templates and how pages are divided into sections, columns and widgets, helping you understand the basic principles of the Elementor page builder.
Working with the Elementor Page Builder is impressively intuitive, so you may well find you can just get stuck in and learn as you go, but if you would like a little more guidance then the Elementor First Steps section of the Elementor Documentation area has excellent walkthroughs that will give you a thorough overview.
Customizing Global Features
We know it can be daunting to take the first steps towards making a template your own, especially if you’re not overly familiar with using Elementor or WordPress. We’ve included the areas we find most people want help with when starting out with personalizing their site. Here is an official video from Elementor, training on Global Colors and Fonts.
Setting up your Instagram Feed
We recommend a plugin called Smash Balloon. It’s easy to use easy to set up and free. To set it up, please follow these steps:
1. You’ll see the Instagram Feed menu appear in your WordPress menu.
2. Click on All Feeds and then click on the button labeled Add new.
Note: If you are connecting an account on behalf of someone else. Then you can send them this link and ask them to send you their Facebook ID and Access Token. You can then add a new source and select the “Add Account Manually” button to enter their info. For more detailed information on how to use the Access Token tool see this link.
3. Click on the User Timeline option, then click Next
4. Click on the button labeled Add Source
5. Select the Add New option
6. Select the Type of account, then click the Connect button
7. Depending on the type of account you selected you’ll be redirected to Instagram (Personal profile) or Facebook (Business profile). If you are not logged in then will be prompted to do so. Once logged in, follow the prompts by clicking the Allow/Continue button.
8. The list of Facebook pages will be displayed. Select a page and click the Add button.
9. Add a name to your feed and customize it using the options on this screen, then click Save
10. Once you’re ready to embed your feed, click the Embed button and copy the shortcode.
11. To display your feed simply add the shortcode you created to any page, post, or widget, like so:
Installing Custom Fonts
While you have access to hundreds of fonts with WordPress and Elementor, we encourage you to purchase premium fonts that match your branding and feel more custom. Watch the video to learn how to add a custom font to your website once you’ve purchased the web font license.
Need some help with your project? We’re here to support you.
If you need assistance in terms of style tweaks or functionality for a Skye High plugin or template you’ve purchased, let us know by submitting a support ticket below.
Here are some things to keep in mind:
We’ll do our best to get back to you within 2 business days. However, this may take longer during peak periods, so kindly allow for up to 5 business days. Check your spam folder too, just in case.
Note that style customizations beyond what’s shown in our demo projects and tutorials are quoted separately. We’re happy to take note of feature requests.
Access the demo below:
WordPress admin Login:
Demo User / Customer Login:
Access the demo below:
WordPress admin Login:
Account Page Customer Login:
username: demo user