Kristian Lautrup
asked 3 years ago

Hi,
I have purchased DW Store and try to follow this guide installing v1.0.2 (latest) of DW Store:

DW Store

When I install the Unyson plugin after activating the DW Store theme I don’t see the Unyson menu in the left navigation menu.

However, if I activate one of the WordPress default themes I see the Unyson menu allowing me to download the Unyson extensions. But as soon as I activate the DW Store theme again Unyson disappears from the menu.

If I temporarily activate one of the default WordPress themes I’m able to download the Unyson extensions and then I reenable the DW Store.

Then I get to this page:

Unyson Slider

instructing me to create the new Unyson slider.
However, I don’t see the ‘Add-On’ menu beneath the ‘Dw Store’ menu (only see ‘DW Store’ and beneath it ‘Theme License’ (already activated) and ‘Theme Settings’, but no ‘Add-On’.

Since I downloaded all the Unyson extensions when temporarily activating one of the default WordPress themes I do have the ‘Slider’ menu beneath ‘Appearance’ allowing me to continue.

But it seems at least with DW Store v102 the documentation is not accurate and I suppose it is a bug that ‘Unyson’ disappears from the left menu when activating DW Store?

2 Answers
DominicStaff
answered 3 years ago

We have checked and fixed this issue in the latest verion, you can download from your profile or update from back-end now. After updating, if you still face their issue, please send me username & password of your site for further checking.

Kristian Lautrup
replied 3 years ago

Hi Dominic,
I tried to upgrade to DW Store v103, but still I don’t see the Unyson extensions anywhere in the left menu.

I tried to test creating a new installation of WordPress and then doing a fresh install of DW Store v103.
Like v102 after installing and activating the theme it suggest that I install WooCommerce, DW Megamenu and DW Quick View. However it doesn’t suggest that I install Unyson. Unyson extensions are required right as mentioned in the DW Store documentation?

If I after installing WooCommerce, DW Megamenu and DW Quick View manually install Unyson I get the same problem as with v102 that I don’t see Unyson anywhere in the left menu allowing me to download and configure the Unyson extensions.

I’m afraid right now I’m only testing on my localhost, so I don’t have a hosted WordPress yet that I can give you access to. Aren’t you able to reproduce this problem yourself installing the current WordPress version and DW Store?

Regards,
Kristian

Dominic Staff
replied 3 years ago

I have checked again and in the latest version, the unyson tabs will not display in the left menu. Right now, all the option we have made in the theme option of the theme.
You can set in the theme option tabs.
Sorry for my shortcoming, my friend.

Kristian Lautrup
replied 3 years ago

Hi,
DW Store v102 + v103 doesn’t suggest installing Unyson like v101.
I suppose some of the extensions in Unyson are required to make DW Store look like your examples like for instance Kidsstore?

I tried installing the older v101 of DW Store where the Unyson extensions are also not directly visible as ‘Unyson’ in the navigation menu, but they appears in the navigation menu beneath ‘Dw Store’ -> ‘Add-ons’. But neither the ‘Unyson’ or the ‘Dw Store’ -> ‘Add-ons’ menus are visible in v102 + v103.

If you can’t solve this right I would like the $55 I paid for the DW Store theme refunded, so I can purchase another theme.

Regards,
Kristian

Dominic Staff
replied 3 years ago

Yes, I know what you want, you can send me username & password of your site (via private answer), I will help you update a new file to display the Unyson.

Kristian Lautrup
replied 3 years ago

Thing is that I do not yet have my site hosted. It is running on my local laptop.
Anyway you can provide me instructions how to fix this?

DominicStaff
answered 3 years ago

You can install the Unyson plugin and open the functions.php file and remove/comment the line 13 to line 20:

// if ( ! defined( 'FW' ) ) :

// function _filter_fw_framework_plugin_directory_uri() {
// return get_template_directory_uri() . '/framework';

// }

// add_filter( 'fw_framework_directory_uri', '_filter_fw_framework_plugin_directory_uri' );

// require get_template_directory() . '/framework/bootstrap.php';

// endif;

// require get_template_directory() . '/inc/installer/theme-installer.php';

And open the init.php fine in the inc folder and replace all the code in the file with the following code:
URL: http://snippi.com/s/ihmp9gd
Hope this helps!

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