1. How to Update Your Theme

How to Update theme?

Method 01: Manual Update Via WordPress

 

Step 01: Download Lebe theme. Read our Download The Package Theme to know how to download the package theme.

(Note: Before updating the theme, you need to backup all datas on your site. If you don’t backup, all modification files will be lost.)

Step 02:  Go to Appearance > Themes and deactivate Lebe theme. To deactivate, simply switch to a different theme.

For example: The default WordPress Twenty Fifteen theme.

 

 

Step 03: After deactivating Lebe theme, you can go ahead and delete it. To do this, hover over the theme thumbnail then click “Theme Details”. In the bottom right corner of the window, click the ‘Delete’ button.

All your content such as pages, options, images and posts will not be lost or erased by doing this. However, any customizations to the theme’s core files, such as PHP files will be lost. So you need to the child theme to customize the theme.

Step 4: UploadInstall and Activate the Lebe theme new version. Read our Install Lebe via WordPress to know how to install theme via WordPress.

 

 

 

– Then your theme had updated successfully, your backend will look like this picture below. Don’t Forget, you also need to Deactivate > Delete > Update Toolkit newest version. 

 

 

Step 5: Don’t forget to update the required plugins

Method 02: Manual Update Via FTP

 

Step 01: Download Lebe theme. Read our Download The Package Theme to know how to download the package theme.

Step 02:  Before updating the theme, you need to backup all data on your site. If you don’t backup, all modification files will be lost. Log into your hosting space via an FTP software (Use a FTP client like FileZilla) and navigate to the wp-content > theme folder and download it to your computer.

 

 

Step 03: UploadInstall and Activate theme. Read our Install Lebe via FTP to know how to install Lebe theme via FTP.

 

 

Step 4: Don’t forget to update the required plugins

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