Avada Forums Community Forum Where are settings for the theme options saved?

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  • Pendleton
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    Trying to find where the settings for the theme options are saved in order to backup. Is it in a SQL database somewhere?

    masoud85
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    I have the same question.
    It looks like the Import/Export option is removed?

    pigsandbees
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    @Pendleton – The easy way to back up your theme settings is:

    Avada > Theme Options > Import/Export > Download Data File

    The file will be saved to wherever your browser saves downloads.


    @Masoud85
    – the Import/Export option is still there on all my sites running Avada 5.7.

    Michael C
    Keymaster
    Post count: 540

    Hi,

    The Import/Export is indeed the easiest method of back-up. If you do need to access them in the database they are saved in the wp_options table with the option name of fusion_options. Note, this is saved as serialized data, so a standard search and replacement should no be ran.

    masoud85
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    I have looked all the menu items, but I really cant find the import/export option in the last avada template.

    https://imgur.com/a/GLiZ1sz

    Perhaps i should reinstall the template?

    Michael C
    Keymaster
    Post count: 540

    Hi @masoud85

    The import/export should be the very last item in the options. It isn’t possible to tell from the screenshot since it is cut off but the import/export has certainly not been removed in any update. Note, you also have active support so if it is indeed missing you can create a support ticket from https://theme-fusion.com/support/submit-a-ticket/

    Example of placement – http://prntscr.com/l1lr31

    Tom
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    Hello all,

    Good for people to know; We also had some problems with missing theme options.
    Only difference: the theme options weren’t restored after a Direct Admin backup restore.

    Cause: There was a emoticon in the theme options header content section. The database table contained that same icon in the database table of the theme options. We saved the theme options without this emoticon, made a backup and restored it and the theme options were restored correct also.

    Best regards,
    Tom

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