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WordPress Theme 35447 is specifically a WordPress 3.x Theme that was composed by our webmaster artist Mercury. It is also available as Moto CMS Template 39715, and Facebook Template 42585.

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Babysitters Nanny WordPress Theme 35447 has a width of 1980 pixels and is available in the following sources: .PSD, .PHP, and this theme is widgetized. Software required includes Winzip 9+ (Windows) or Stuffit Expander 10+ (Mac) for uncompressing .zip files, Adobe Photoshop CS+, Apache Server, Hosting with PHP5x and MySQL5x, WordPress 3.2.1, Hosting Requirements: PHP 5.2.4 or higher, MySQL 5.0 or higher, and Apache mod_rewrite module, and Hosting Requirements: PHP 5.3 or higher, MySQL 5.0 or higher, and the mod_rewrite Apache module. It has had a total of total of 11 downloads since it first appeared.

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  • John
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Hi

I would like to use this theme for a website, but I don't need the Login functionality and also won't need the comments sections. Is it possible to have this just installed to Wordpress without using the MySQL and others, just making it a static website?

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Hi John,

You are more than welcome to remove the login area and comments section. WordPress itself will require you to use a database like MySQL, however, no matter what theme are you plan to use. You are more than welcome to turn this into a static website, but that would be without WordPress then. The difficulty of customizing any of this will depend on your skill level at working with web design, graphics, and WordPress. So it could be anywhere from easy to difficult depending on that.
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Thanks for your answer

I can't consider myself more than a basic user of Wordpress. I've played around it a few times, but I don't know coding and haven't created a Wordpress website from scratch before, it will be the first time.

When I said "static" I meant I'm not planning to have active blog's, but I want to easily change content or update.

Do you think I would be able to do so with Wordpress and using this Theme?

Thanks a lot
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I see what you meant by static, yeah in that case you could make your blog as active as you want, and I believe with WordPress you can disable people from registering or making comments. You could edit or add posts as often as you want. To actually remove those links on your website for people to join or register, you may have to edit the template slightly though. That is normally a pretty easy task, but if you have limited experience working with websites and WordPress, then it could be something hard for you.
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Sorry to bother you again Big, does someone here offer some kind of theme customization? I just didn't want to put my money into something that won't work for me and as you said, I'm not sure If I would be able to make the changes I want to the template.
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Hi John,

There are numerous ways you could have it customized. First you could try yourself, and if run into problems or if it is too difficult you could contact us or someone else to assist you. We charge $150/hr, and if you just need the settings changed and a few links removed on the theme it would probably take about 30 minutes or so to do which would be about $75 in addition. If you have more customizations then it could be much more, we could work out a quote if you have lots of changes you want to make.

Alternatively you could goto a freelance website where you could post your job and have numerous web designers bid on your work. This tends to keep your cost lower, but the experience of the freelancer can vary widely so you will want to make sure you pick the right person.

Finally you could try to find someone in your local area, that might be an affordable option as well.

So my best advice would be to try and do as much as you can yourself, and look at our tutorials and if you find yourself stuck at least you know we are here for you at an additional charge, or you could find a freelancer or local web designer.

I hope that helps answer your question so that you at least know your options :)
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Thanks a lot Big, good advice and it makes sense

I will buy it and have a go, If I can't do it myself, I'll just pay for your help :O)
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Absolutely no problem! Let us know if you need anything :)
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Hi,

I bought this Theme, but I'm fairly unhappy about the fact that you don't state that you have to be a programmer in order to use it.

You simply don't deliver straight away the "looks" that you promise here. And the theme doesn't offer simple "Edit" options, so you'll have to edit HTML. In order to protect content you leave source away, but it's virtually impossible for me to make the Theme look proper.

I have installed some Themes (free ones) and they all look exactly the same from what I could see in the preview. Here it's far from that.

But my reason to be writting here, is to please ask you to clear all my conversation from here. I don't want my name or conversation to be "featured" on a product's page which I don't believe to be a good choice.

Thank you,
John
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Hi John,

I am sorry you are unhappy with the theme.

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You simply don't deliver straight away the "looks" that you promise here.


If you follow the installation instructions the theme will look identical to what you see in the demo here, so I am confused on why you say otherwise. Were you unable to get the theme setup to look as it is shown in the demo? If you have questions with regards to anything you are more than welcome to ask, so far you have not asked for any help. You should not have to be a programmer to use it. Once it is installed you can just use the WordPress backend to write posts. Now if you plan to customize the template and change things around then you would have to understand HTML, CSS, and possibly how PHP and WordPress works if you want to change parts of the template.

I would be curious on what part of the process you are referring to that you found difficult. Were you trying to customize the template, or were you just trying to get thing setup?

Nothing on this thread is tied publicly to your real name, there is no way anybody can trace this to you.
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Having the same problem. The site only shows up partial to what it is supposed to look like. I've set up hundreds of wordpress themes but this on is wasting my time.
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Hi Lori,

This template also requires you to install the sample SQL file to get it to look like the demo. There should be a dump file inside the template that you must edit with your domain name, and then import via phpMyAdmin or your favorite SQL tool. Once that is imported then it should look identical to the demo above. I will e-mail you the links to the tutorial in case you have not seen it yet.
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E-mail has been sent, let me know if you are still having problems. Thanks!
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Thanks, but I went through the tutorial and tried to import the .sql file 5 times today and it just keeps loading and goes on and on for an hour or so before I give up. It's wasted 3 days now.
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Hi Lori,

I am sorry for your troubles, wish you would have contacted us earlier so I could assist. Could you please respond to the notification message and attach the dump file you are trying to import.

Also are you using a phpMyAdmin interface via your webhost? When you say it loads for an hour or so, that sounds like a problem with your webhost. Sometimes web host's restrict the upload size of a file via PHP (which phpMyAdmin uses), but we may be able to help you find a work-around for that. Please let me know exactly how you are trying to import the file, and where it is freezing up, and I would be happy to help you find a resolution to this.

Thanks,
Brian
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Also Lori, I am unable to find your order. Could you let me know when you ordered this template, and was it via our website or some other website? Did you order it using the e-mail address that you are posting with here? or a different e-mail address? Do you have your order ID? Thank you.
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Via myPHPAdmin on my hosting site. I've uploaded a lot of .sql files so I don't understand what the problem is. It looks like the files might be in the database now but when I go to my admin page, it takes me to an install Wordpress page. I didn't order it through you (I found it cheaper) so I don't expect you to spend the time to help me. Thanks.
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Hi Lori,

We typically only support customers who purchase from us, have you tried contacting the website you purchased from? Hopefully you consider us next time to help support us so that we can support you!

I am still going to help you some since your question might help someone down the road.

I am not questioning your ability to do things Lori, just trying to help diagnose the problem. There are known issues with phpMyAdmin when the SQL file that you try to import gets too large. If the SQL file is too large and exceeds your web hosts PHP variable called max_upload_filesize, then what will happen is that your upload will just stall and never finish seeming like it never ends. The way you described your problem I am guessing this is what is going on. This problem can be fixed numerous ways including contacting your webhost to increase the max_upload_filesize variable, breaking the SQL dump file down into smaller files, or importing the SQL via SSH which gets around having to use phpMyAdmin which is restricted by that PHP max_upload_filesize variable that webhosts often set too low.

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