After selecting the tables you want to reset you have the option to reactivate your current theme and plugins. This step is completely up to your preference. When we’re doing theme testing we always check this box to speed things up. For plugin reviews we don’t check this box, which means the theme and plugins are all deactivated (but not deleted) on the installation.
Note: If you select the users table your user account will be reset. This means you will have to reset your password and log back into your WordPress installation after using the reset plugin. To avoid this, remove the users option after using the select all quick link.
If you have any of our latest themes - you have the option to change the slug for the custom posts (video, gallery, event) and for their category pages. This can be done by accessing the General tab of the theme options panel, the options should be placed at the end of the list.
First of all, you'll need to change the name in the inputs and click the save button. After you new settings with the new slugs are saved, you will need to reset your permalinks. In order to do that you will need to go to the WordPress Dashboard Settings-> Permalinks tab. There, you need to click the save button. No need to change any of the settings for the permalinks, just click the save button.
If everything is done right, you will get new URLs and no 404 pages will appear. If you get the 404 error after this, try to check again your settings and reset the permalinks again. Also, clearing your browser cache could help.
Some of our themes have the option to change permalinks slugs in the theme options panel. It might happen that when you change any, after you try to access one of them you get 404 page not found errors. This is because you need to reset your permalinks as the structure. Nothing very hard to do here, we do have a tutorial on this: http://support.touchsize.com/knowledgebase/Gallery-posts-or-videos-custom-posts-are-not-working-39.html
After you reset them, try to access any. They should work nicely.
If you are getting a 404 error when you are accessing the posts, you need to reset your permalinks. Refresh the permalinks by going to Settings->Permalinks and set the default permalinks of the site and save. After that use a different permalink name and press the save button one more time.
All of our themes have a custom CSS area, and most of the time when you need to do some CSS fixes, we recommend using it, just to make sure the changes will not be lost on update.
In order to add the content, you need to go the the theme options panel and you'll find a Custom CSS tab like in the screenshot here:
If you have a caching plugin, please reset it to get the changes visible.
Favicon or Site Icon is the tiny image that appear next to your website title in the browser. It helps your users identify your website and more frequent visitors of your site will build an instant recognition for that tiny image. This increases your brand recognition and helps you build trust among your audiences.
From version 4.3 we disabled the option within the themes and we are using the default WordPress setting.
Since WordPress 4.3, you can add a favicon or site icon from WordPress admin area. Simply go to Appearance » Customize and click on the ‘Site Identity’ tab.
Check the screenshots below: