Knowledge Base

Labinator Premium Themes

Method 1: From within WordPress
1. Go to your “Appearance -> Themes” page.
2. Upload the theme zip file and install it.
3. Activate the theme.

Method 2: Manually
1. Unzip the compressed file of the theme.
2. Upload the theme folder to the “/wp-content/themes/” directory.
3. Activate the theme through the “Appearance -> Themes” menu in WordPress.

  1. Install and activate your desired theme.
  2. Go to Appearance ➤ Customize. All the customization options can be found there.

1. Log in to your account at the Labinator WordPress Marketplace.
2. Go to the Downloads page.
3. Locate the Labinator premium theme that you need to download then click on it to download its (.zip) file.
4. Log in to your WordPress website.
5. Go to “Appearance > Themes” then click on “Add New“.
6. Then click on “Upload Theme” and choose your newly downloaded plugin (zip) file.
7. Click on the “Install Now” button.
8. Click on “Replace current With uploaded” button to replace the old version with the new one.
9. Wait for a few seconds without navigating away until you see the message “Theme updated successfully” printed on your screen.

1. Install and activate the free WordPress plugin: “Child Theme Configurator” from the following link:
https://wordpress.org/plugins/child-theme-configurator/

2. Generate your child theme easily and quickly from its dashboard. You can also check its tutorial and instructions at:
https://wordpress.org/plugins/child-theme-configurator/#installation

P.S: You can also create your own child theme manually without any plugins. The basics can be found at:
https://developer.wordpress.org/themes/advanced-topics/child-themes/

Please note that you only need to note those custom fields in case you don’t wish to install the Advanced Custom Fields plugin.

The list of custom fields that are available for the PicoSpace theme are as follows:

Name: no_intro
Value: [Boolean] – “1” or empty
Description: Disables Intro section for the current page/post.

Name: no_intro_media
Value: [Boolean] – “1” or empty
Description: Removes any intro media from the particular page.

Name: intro_image
Value: [String] – URL or ID of the image
Description: Overrides the default intro section image with a custom one.

Name: show_intro_widgets
Value: [Boolean] – “1” or empty
Description: Displays Intro Widgets area if the Intro section is displayed.

Name: no_thumbnail
Value: [Boolean] – “1” or empty
Description: Removes the page thumbnail.

Name: content_layout
Value: empty, no-paddings, or stretched
Description: Prepares the content area for use with your page builder plugin. It is not needed if you are using the Beaver Builder.

To learn more about custom fields, please check this page:
https://wordpress.org/support/article/custom-fields/

Labinator Premium Plugins

Method 1: From within WordPress
1. Go to your “Plugins” page.
2. Upload the plugin zip file and install it.
3. Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress.

Method 2: Manually
1. Unzip the compressed file of the plugin.
2. Upload the plugin folder to the “/wp-content/plugins/” directory.
3. Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress.

Few additional meta boxes will be available to you when you install the Advanced Custom Fields plugin. For this reason, we recommend that you install the Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) plugin on your website if you are using the PicoSpace theme.

1. Log in to your account at the Labinator WordPress Marketplace.
2. Go to the Downloads page.
3. Locate the Labinator premium plugin that you need to download then click on it to download its (.zip) file.
4. Log in to your WordPress website.
5. Go to “Plugins” then click on “Add New“.
6. Then click on “Upload Plugin” and choose your newly downloaded plugin (zip) file.
7. Click on the “Install Now” button.
8. Click on “Replace current With uploaded” button to replace the old version with the new one.
9. Wait for a few seconds without navigating away until you see the message “Plugin updated successfully” printed on your screen.

Third-Party Plugins

All of our included GPL-licensed third-party plugins will not stop working if you don’t have a license. You can still use it perfectly and legally.

You only need a license if you want to ask for support from the their teams or if you want to get the updates from them rather than from Labinator.

Please note as well that page builders like (Elementor) or (Beaver Builder) may also require a license to access their cloud library of templates. If you need to use their templates, please consider getting a license from them. Alternatively, you can use our own Elementor templates which we provide in the portal.

Our team does not provide support for the included third-party plugins. We only provide support for our own developed products.

We are providing the latest version of some third-party plugins (like Elementor Pro) to help our members in building their sites affordably without them having to buy a separate license for every plugin or website.

Yes, it is perfectly legal to use them without a license since they are all released under the GPL license.

Yes, you can remove this message by installing our premium plugin: Labinator Hide Admin Notifications. This plugin is available for download as part of your membership.

1. Log in to your account at the Labinator WordPress Marketplace.
2. Go to the Downloads page.
3. Locate the third-party plugin that you need to download then click on it to download its (.zip) file.
4. Log in to your WordPress website.
5. Go to “Plugins” then click on “Add New“.
6. Then click on “Upload Plugin” and choose your newly downloaded plugin (zip) file.
7. Click on the “Install Now” button.
8. Click on “Replace current With uploaded” button to replace the old version with the new one.
9. Wait for a few seconds without navigating away until you see the message “Plugin updated successfully” printed on your screen.

We update the third-party plugins once we verify their compatibility with our own plugins.
There is no time-frame for updating these as it depends on our workload and how fast we can test them.

One-Page Templates

  • 60+ one-page templates for the Elementor Page Builder – By Labinator.
  • 35+ one-page templates for the Elementor Page Builder – Available by installing the third-party plugin (Ultimate Addons For Elementor).
  • 100+ one-page templates for the Beaver Builder – Available by installing the provided third-party plugin (Ultimate Addons For Beaver Builder).
  1. Download the templates from the “Downloads” page.
  2. Log in to your WordPress admin panel.
  3. Install and activate the Elementor page builder. It is provided to you in the downloads area.
  4. Go to “Templates” then click on “Import Templates”.
  5. Choose your desired template from the downloaded (.JSON) files then import it to your website.

Update Notifications

Since our products work without any license, and they are made for freelancers and agencies, no automatic updates are available. You have manually to download the updates from our membership portal. Only the free plugins and themes that we provide at WordPress.org support automatic updates.

It is good to note that manual updates are safer for the websites compared to automatic updates. They also only take a few seconds of your time with only a click of a button. If something breaks because of a plugin conflict in a manual update, you will instantly see it. However, with automatic updates, your website might break or not behave as expected without your knowledge. We always recommend manual updates for best possible experience.

Our team verifies and tests every update thoroughly before uploading it to our portal.

1. Locate the Downloads button from the upper menu of this website and click on it.
2. Scroll to the Updates & Notes section. After scrolling down, you will find a form that allows you to specify your email address for receiving the updates notifications.

1. Locate the Changelog button from the upper menu of this website and click on it.
2. Check the latest versions and compare them with what is installed on your end.
3. Install the latest versions by accessing your Dashboard then clicking on the Downloads button.

Troubleshooting

We have published a full tutorial on our official website. You can view it directly by clicking the link below:
https://labinator.com/increase-wordpress-system-status-limits/

This error message typically specifies a problem with stray characters, some of which are not visible, in front of the opening tag or after the closing tag of the file. Check the error message to find the particular file name that’s generating the warning. The file name usually is at the end of the error message.

To fix this problem, you have two choices. The easier choice, if you haven’t made any significant editing changes lately, would be to replace the file that’s causing the error message with your backup copy that was working correctly.

If a working backup copy isn’t available, you’ll need to download the file that’s causing the problem. Open the file in a text editing program that doesn’t create hidden characters. Do not use a word processing program because it sometimes will insert hidden formatting characters in the file. Make sure the first characters are <? and the last characters are ?> in the file. Check for any hidden characters at the end of the file, such as spaces, by moving your cursor to the end of the file and deleting any found spaces.

  1. Get access to the file system on your server. Our recommended method is using SFTP, but you can also potentially use cPanel or SSH.
  2. Find, in the root of your WordPress install, the .maintenance file.
  3. Delete the .maintenance file that you found.
  4. Reload the browser and you should see your site working well again.

One good thing to note: by default, WordPress stores the time a site went into maintenance mode in the .maintenance file, and will stop paying attention to it after ten minutes. That means that if everything is behaving you’ll only have the error message “Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance. Check back in a minute.” showing for ten minutes if this does happen to you via an unexpected server hiccup when running an update.

This is usually a caching problem. Please make sure to clear your browser’s cache then try again.

Reporting & Support

Please report any found technical bugs by going to this page:
https://labinator.com/wordpress-marketplace/bug-reporting/

You can download the documentations from the “Downloads” page. You can access the page from your dashboard.