Redux Options Framework is one of the most popular WordPress Admin Panel Framework used by millions of WordPress users. This framework gets huge popularity day by day because they update this framework regularly. You will find several unique and helpful features in this framework to add various functions in your WordPress site/blog.
This is a user friendly options framework which is perfect for newbie to advance level WordPress Users. You can use this options framework for free. Just need to download the framework, install on your WordPress site and configure it perfectly with your WP site/blog theme. Here you will get step by step guideline to add Redux Options Framework in WordPress Theme. Just follow these steps and install Redux Framework in your WordPress site easily and quickly.
How to Add Redux Options Framework?
Step1: At first you need to download the Redux Framework and you can download it for free. Just go to this link (https://github.com/ReduxFramework/ReduxFramework/) and download the Redux Framework zip file.
Step2: Unzip or Extract the Redux Framework zip file and you will find a folder here named “redux-framework-master”. Open this folder and Delete all files and folders except “ReduxCore, sample, class.redux-plugin.php, index.php, license.txt and redux-framework.php”.
Step3: Now create a folder in your WordPress Theme directory called “tcolony” and paste the folder “redux-framework-master” here.
Step4: Now add these following codes in your Theme functions.php file.
Step5: Active the desired theme and you’re done. Now when you go to your theme admin panel you will see the “Sample Options” which is the output of Redux Sample file.
Now you can add your theme in this framework to add various functions in your WordPress site/blog. You can use any variable as you want. You will find the option in 1535 number line “’opt_name’ => ‘redux_demo’,”
You can use your theme name here. Such as if your theme name is Splash then you can use a variable like “’opt_name’ => splash,”
After setting this variable you need to write this line “global $splash;” above in your theme file.
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