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  • thepunisher69
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    Good evening,
    I have some problems to install the avada themes in my wordpress on my notebook to use it offline (in Localhost). I tried to install the avada plugin to customize the themes but wordpress gives me an error message and doesen’t install the package. I need help please!
    I have a screeshot to the pages if you wont.

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    Ammar. S
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    Hello @ThePunisher69

    Because the ThemeFusion Community Section is only meant for community discussions and generalities, we are not able to provide support here. Please create a support ticket using the link below and out support team will gladly assist and guide you

    Click Here To Create An Account & Get Avada Support

    Thanks

    -Ammar

    revans0636
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    @thepunnisher69 – installing and running Avada on a localhost is/can be a PITA, at least until you get your localhost php.ini configured. Avada Support is a resource that will help you via the Support Ticket process, but there (IMO) with a localhost installation, it depend on which support specialist responds to your ticket (and to be fair it’s been a while since I’ve had to go that route, so localhost support ‘may’ have improved).

    Anyway, I’d suggest this approach – grab/download a fresh installable zip of the theme from Themeforrest to your PC. Next, extract the Avada folder from the installable zip directly to the ./site/wp-content/themes folder. Once you’ve got the theme installed, access your site via the WP dashboard and activate the Avada theme WP>>Appearance>>Themes (That ‘should’ let you bypass any configuration issues with your localhost.)

    From there, you should be able to use the Avada theme to fetch the required plugins (fusion-core and fusion-builder), and after you install your token to activate the Avada theme, access and install the premium bundled plugins and demo themes. NOTE: If you’re running your localhost in a sandbox environment on your laptop (offline/no internet access), all of the plugins used with the Avada theme (other than Contact Form 7) are available through your theme-fusion.com >> Support >> My Account >> Avada Plugins page.

    As for the demos, you can still access those without internet access – go to the Avada Docs, and then scroll down to the section for the Demos, and click the link for the “Alternate Demo Method” for the steps required. TBH, I don’t know if you can install the individual demo page templates in the Fusion Builder without internet access as they install through a silent fetch (last time I checked) the first time you open the FB to work on a page on your site. FWIW, easy work-around is just to side load the fusion-builder-avada-scripts folder (templates folder and the php scripts) to your ./wp-content/uploads folder from another instance of the Avada theme.

    revans0636
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    Last thought, once your Avada theme is activated, be sure to use Avada tool to check the localhost WordPress & server environment and make the recommended adjustments. (WP>>Avada>>System Status)

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