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    I just bought this 100% html template because I don’t want to use wordpress which is very heavy. I’ve just bought this 100% html template because I don’t want to use wordpress which is very heavy. According to the descriptions I thought this template could manage a blog as it is proposed in the demos but I can’t find any way to access a backend to write articles.

    What did I miss? I also bought the Porto admin party thinking that would be the solution, but it doesn’t seem to be the case.

    How are you generating the blog posts today?



    Hello, thanks for your purchase. Please note that the HTML version does not come with any server-side integration.

    Porto is a Static HTML5/CSS3 Template, therefore basic knowledge of HTML and CSS is required so that you can edit the templates using a Text Editor like VS Code, Sublime text, Notepad++ etc. So, it is different from using a CMS since you will have to deal with codes.

    All the files that come with the zip package you downloaded can be used as a base/start for your project, the main idea is that you don’t have to start from scratch, just use an existing page from the demo and modify according to your needs, then you can simply upload the files to your server via FTP.

    Porto Admin is a HTML template, it’s not fully functional, the theme comes with HTML/CSS/JS files that allows you to integrate with your own system and create your own solution, with server-side scripting languages such as PHP, Ruby on Rails, aspNet, etc… (That integration is responsibility of the buyer). It works the same way for all template under the HTML category on ThemeForest.

    How does the integration with the front-end template works?

    Porto Admin is not a CMS/Editor system ready to create new pages on Porto Front-End template. The integration is actually a package of new features from the admin to add in the front-end template, such as advanced tables, advanced forms, etc…

    You basically need to consider that the HTML Admin Template is not ready to be used as a content manager for Porto Front-End, all that server integration you would have to create from scratch.

    Blog Posts in the HTML version are static pages to work as starting point for your integration with any server language / cms.

    It actually works the same way for all HTML templates on ThemeForest.

    Let me know if you have any questions.

    Best Regards,

    Okler Themes


    Thanks for your answer. So I missunderstood the functionalities available in the template. I really thought there was the capacity to manage blog posts without the need to go to coding.

    It doesn’t match my needs unfortunately . What is the refund policy ?


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