Learn how to create a new module, import a premade template and manage/organize your modules
1. Create a New Module
From the plugin’s main admin page, select “New Blank Module”.
2. Import a Module from the Template Library
From the plugin’s main admin page, select “New Module from Template”
Next select the module template you wish to use
Finally, click “Install Template”
1. Template Requirements
You may need to update the plugin to its latest version to install a template. Also, if the template requires one or more AddOns, they will need to be installed first before the template can be installed.
2. Re-Download Online
If the template has already been imported, it will be stored in the WP database. Use this option if you wish to download a fresh copy of the template from the ThemePunch servers.
3. Create Blank Page
Select this option if you wish to automatically create a new blank page for the imported template. This is useful for hero modules and full-page modules.
3. Import a Module packaged with your Theme
From the plugin’s main admin page, select “Manual Import”
Next, select “Click to Choose” and select the template zip included with your theme’s download files.
4. Module Management
After creating a new module or importing a template, the modules will be listed in as shown in the screenshot below. #1 is a single module example, and #2 is a “Template Package” example that represents a “One Pager” made up of more than one modules.
Click a single module to edit its settings and contents
For a Template Package, click the folder, and then edit the individual modules for the package.
To further manage a module, click its dropdown arrow
Click here to copy the module’s shortcode and view additional embedding options
Export the module as a full HTML page to be used outside of WordPress.
Duplicate the module so it can be used as a starting point for an additional module.
Add tags to the module for admin sorting purposes.
Export the module as a zip so it can be imported to another WP installation.
Delete the module from the plugin’s admin (this can not be undone!)
View a preview of the module from inside the admin.
Rename the module for admin/organizational purposes.