There are specific requirements that the theme needs in order to work.

Before you install the theme

Please be sure you do all the items below, which must be complete before installing any WordPress theme.

  • Choose a hosting company. Choose a hosting dedicated for WordPress hosting.  Check here for our suggestions
  • Get your own domain. Hosting will help and guide how to set your new domain on your new server
  • Install WordPress on your domain. This is the official WordPress tutorial for how to install WordPress, but most WordPress dedicated hostings will do this installation for you

Requirements for WordPress

Requirements for WpEstate theme

To use WpEstate theme, the following requirements must be met by your hosting:

  • WordPress 4.6+
  • PHP  7+
  • MySQL 5.6+
  • HTTPS (SSL) support.

For older PHP versions, older than 5.5, there will be errors and the theme will not work at all.  The APIs integrated cannot support such old PHP versions. It is in your benefit to use the newest PHP version as it comes with better speed results too. Please contact hosting to upgrade PHP as it’s a quick job to do.

  • PHP time limit – 
    • max_execution_time 600  ( PHP.ini)
    • set_time_limit(600);    (wp-config.php)
    • max_execution 600   (.htaccess file)
  • PHP memory limit  – memory_limit 256M
  • PHP post max size –  post_max_size 64M
  • Upload max filesize – upload_max_filesize 64MB

Recommended PHP Server Modules

How To check your hosting PHP Limits

Even if you make changes in wp-config.xml, it is possible the limits do not change because your server is limited from server settings.

On shared hosting, the limits will be managed from server end in order to be able to accommodate hundreds/thousands of clients on the same machine.

You may not be able to change these recommendations from PHP ini or wp-config.

A plugin you can install just to check PHP version is  Remove the plugin after you used it as it’s not necessary to stay as an active plugin.