Enon – Theme Documentation

Demo Installation

Demo Installation

Our demo data import lets you have the whole data package in minutes, delivering all kinds of essential things quickly and simply. All you need to do is to navigate to Unyson.

If you want your site to look like exactly the ‘Enon’ demo, you have to import the demo content successfully.

Download Backup & Demo Content Extension.

Go to Tools->Demo Content Install and hit Install button

IMPORTANT: Installing this demo content will delete the content you currently have on your website.

It will take a few minutes.

After demo data import the users did not import that’s why BuddyPress some pages data not display properly. After adding your data it will solved automatically.



If you have trouble with install demo content or backup content please make sure you have these recommended PHP values:

upload_max_filesize = 128M
max_input_time = -1
post_max_size = 128M
max_input_vars = 8000
max_execution_time = 200

Make sure you have enough disk space. The full backup backups the entire wp-content folder and sometimes users have there a lot of “trash” like backups from other plugins, cache. Sometimes other plugins backups are really huge 2-4GB. You have to make sure that you do not have the same problem.

LiteSpeed webserver

The admin notice “Unyson: Your website is hosted using the LiteSpeed webserver. Please consult this article if you have problems backing up.” means that your web hosting company uses the LiteSpeed webserver. LiteSpeed appears to have problems with all WordPress scheduled tasks that last more than a very short time – including all backup plugins. Adding this in an early position in the .htaccess file in your WordPress root folder may fix the problem:

RewriteRule (wp-cron|class-fw-extension-backups|class--fw-ext-backups-module-tasks)\.php - [E=noabort:1]

Adding the above line does not mean that the problem is definitely fixed, you will only know that via testing. If the above does not help, then you can try to add a line to your wp-config.php(WordPress’s alternative scheduling system):

define( 'ALTERNATE_WP_CRON', true );

If that does not help you, then you’ll need the help of your web hosting company to see why WordPress’s scheduler isn’t working on their setup, or is terminating it prematurely. Or failing that, you’ll need a different web hosting company. This problem is a generic one affecting all backup plugins on WordPress that run via the scheduler (which is all of them, as far as we know).