Popcorn Theme requires a self hosted installation of WordPress https://wordpress.org. Popcorn Theme cannot be installed or used on WordPress.com.
Popcorn Theme is compatible with all hosting providers that we have tested with.
We recommend the following setup:
Popcorn Theme does not require any plugins for it to function. However if you want to get some extra patterns and newer gutenberg and Site Editor options we suggest installing Gutenberg.
Popcorn Theme has been tested and works fully with the following hosting providers.
Installation of WordPress
Installing WordPress is the same for any other site. There are no special requirements to get Popcorn2 setup.
If you would like to do some testing only, we would recommend Local by flywheel. This gives you a great WordPress test environment for you to test and develop your affiliate site fully with PopcornTheme.
Another option is to use your hosting provider. Most providers have scripts available to install WordPress. Follow their guides to get you started.
When you’re all ready, login to your WordPress dashboard.
Download a copy of PopcornTheme
Popcorn Theme is a premium paid theme available at PopcornTheme.com.
Purchase Popcorn Theme
Install Popcorn Theme
Installing Popcorn Theme is the same as any other theme. Once you’re logged into your WordPress Dashboard, follow the steps below:
Upload the theme
Activate Popcorn Theme
Now that the theme is installed, you will need to activate it.
Poipcorn Theme should now be activated. In order for your affiliate site to get security, bug fixed and feature updates you will need to add your license.
You should now see that Popcorn Theme is licensed. Should you need to deactivate you can do from this screen. Popcorn 2 > Deactivate.
Install and activate Gutenberg
Once you have activated your theme, you can optionally install the Gutenberg plugin.
You’ll now be redirected to the plugins page and Gutenberg will be showing as ‘Active‘