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    Hello Enfold’s team,
    As a lot of Enfold’s users, I am strugling to upload the Enfold 2017 demo on my test site. You will find my login information attached in the private area.
    I have tried every solution included in this topic: and in several others but I haven’t managed to get it work. It seems that I will need the .zip file! :)
    Is this possible that you provide it to me?
    Thank you in advance! :)


    Hey dimitrilpc,

    Defining a higher memory limit in WordPress and if possible increasing the memory on the hosting server should resolve this issue.

    To increase the WordPress memory limit please access wp-config.php file and add the below line

    define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '256M');

    For a detailed explanation please check this link
    and you can contact your service provider to increase the memory limit.

    Alternatively demo data can be imported using XML file from Admin > Tools > Import > WordPress
    Make sure to check the option “Download and import file attachments” while importing.

    Please note this will not import the theme settings you may need to set them up and upload if any images are missing from backend once the XML file is imported.

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    Hey Basilis,

    I found this message which is copied / pasted on the topics with the same subject. However, this message miss the 2017 Enfold demo XML data that I want. In addition, according to some other topics, importing XML files is problematic because the layersliders are missing. Is it possible to provide the ZIP file as you did in this thread?

    Also, this is getting very urgent to me… Is this possible to have it before tomorrow?
    Thanks! :)

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 4 months ago by dimitrilpc.

    Hello Enfold’s Team,

    I finally managed to install the Enfold 2017 demo. However, for that, I had to download Wamp, migrate my site which was online on this localhost, correctly configure the localhost with the correct php variables, etc. then I was able to install the demo correctly. Then I remigrated everything from localhost to my online site. It took me time, courage and a lot of caffeine but I succeeded!

    However, I find it very restrictive. It would be great if Kriesi set up an alternative demo import mode for those who do not have enough powerful hosting to import one of Enfold’s demos. A link with a token based on the theme’s license would be a good solution. This link would redirect to the desired demo in .zip format.

    Anyway, thank you and have a good day!

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 4 months ago by dimitrilpc.

    Hi Dimitri,

    Glad you got it working for you! :)

    The way websites are built today, the amounts of data, images and videos do require powerful hosting and it becomes more and more clear.

    But please feel free to request such feature at our feature request system:

    This system allows us to keep track of user suggestions and lets you vote on the feature you would like to see the most. I am afraid though there is no guarantee that a feature will get implemented.

    If you need further assistance please let us know.

    Best regards,

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