Getting Started

Miro is a one-page responsive portfolio layout that can be utilized to demonstrate your inventiveness. Make it follow your personal brand and let your web presence stand out.

If you like this template, do not forget to give 5 star rating and give your valuable feedback for better update. We love to hear your feedback – if you find any bugs or have suggestions for improvements please get in touch. Nearly all of the time we follow your advice and issue a rapid update for Miro.

WordPress Information

WordPress is software designed for everyone, emphasizing accessibility, performance, security, and ease of use. We believe great software should work with minimum set up, so you can focus on sharing your story, product, or services freely. The basic WordPress software is simple and predictable so you can easily get started. It also offers powerful features for growth and success.

Since WordPress is constantly being updated information about how to install WordPress may become out of date, so you always can read official guide here.

WordPress Upload

From your WordPress Administration area, head to Appearance > Themes and click Add New. The Add New theme screen has a new option, Upload Theme. The theme upload form is now open, click Choose File, select the theme zip file on your computer and click Install Now. The theme is now ready to be activated from your admin. Once the theme is fully uploaded and installed, click Activate to activate the WordPress theme.

When uploading your theme with the installer, please ensure you are uploading the theme .zip file, not the entire package you downloaded. In this case, you will be uploading

FTP Upload

If you have a WordPress theme on your local computer, it’s possible to install it using File Transfer Protocol (FTP). By using this method there is a risk of deleting or modifying files, which could bring your site offline. For this reason, we advise that only advanced users install themes this way. To use the FTP to add new themes manually, follow these steps.

To begin, you must have an FTP hostname, username and password, and an FTP client. We’ve used FTP client Filezilla to show the steps in this tutorial.

  1. Launch Filezilla, enter your login details and click Quickconnect.

  2. The following window contains Remote Site and a root directory (the root directory is your site's name). Select /rootdirectory/web/content/wp-content/themes.

  3. In the Local Site window, select the folder containing your saved theme, right click for more options and hit Upload.

  4. You've now successfully uploaded your theme to WordPress. To finalize, log in to your control panel, head to Appearance > Themes and hover your mouse over the new theme. Now click Activate.

  5. You've now successfully uploaded your theme to WordPress. To finalize, login to your control panel, head to Appearance > Themes and hover your mouse over the new theme. Now click Activate.

  6. All that’s left is to check out your new theme and see how you like your new site design.

Theme Support

If you have a problem with the theme or found a bug, please let us know via our official Help Center. We take pride in our customer support and we will do what we can to assist you. If you are experiencing a theme issue, please first turn off all third party plugins to see if the problem persists.

Required Plugins

Once your theme is installed, you will notice a message at the top of your dashboard prompting you to install certain plugins. To ensure that your site has all of the same functionality that you see in the demo, it’s important that you install and activate these plugins.

  1. Check the message about required plugins for the template and start installing all the listed plugins from the list.

  2. After getting the Miro installed and activated under Appearance > Themes , you will see the message about required plugins for the template. Just simply click Begin installing plugins to start their installation:

  3. A list of required and recommended plugins will appear. Click to Install to start installing and activating them.

Kirki Customizer

Kirki allows theme developers to build themes quicker & more easily.

With over 30 custom controls ranging from simple sliders to complex typography controls with Google-Fonts integration and features like automatic CSS & postMessage script generation, Kirki makes theme development a breeze.

Contact Form 7

Contact Form 7 can manage multiple contact forms, plus you can customize the form and the mail contents flexibly with simple markup. The form supports Ajax-powered submitting, CAPTCHA, Akismet spam filtering and so on.

You can find docs, FAQ and more detailed information about Contact Form 7 on When you can’t find the answer to your question on the FAQ or in any of the documentation, check the support forum on If you can’t locate any topics that pertain to your particular issue, post a new topic for it.


Introducing a WordPress website builder, with no limits of design. A website builder that delivers high-end page designs and advanced capabilities, never before seen on WordPress.

It’s time for Elementor Website Builder.

Demo Content

What is demo content?

When a user activates a theme, they have an expectation of seeing their photos, theirs shop, their contributors and all of their content with a new style or twist. Themes provide this ability to showcase user content in different ways. How a theme gets that content is what we look for.

Check these PHP config variables before demo import:

  • post_max_size 512M
  • upload_max_filesize 512M
  • max_input_vars 5000
  • max_execution_time 300
  • max_input_time 300
  • memory_limit 512M

Please note that Afracode is not responsible for content loss, database errors and such, which may happen to your WordPress install upon an incorrectly applied theme update.

Setup Wizard

Once your theme has been activated, you will see the setup wizard. Just follow the steps of the setup wizard.

If you skipped Setup Wizard you can import Demo Content via One Click Demo Import plugin.

One Click Demo Import

One click demo import is one of the most useful features that a WordPress theme can have. This plugin will create a submenu page under Appearance with the title Import demo data.

  1. Go to Appearance → One Click Demo Import

  2. Click Import Demo Data button

Manually Demo Import

  1. Go to Tool → Import → WordPress

  2. Click on Choose file and select the content.xml (Which locate in Demo Content folder)

  3. Check the box Download and import file attachments. This will download attachments for images included in the Live Preview demo

  4. Click Upload file and import

Theme Updates

Keep in mind that we provide lifetime updates and dedicated support in order to have no problems with the new versions of WordPress Besides that, Miro offers new features in every new release. So please, stay updated.


  1. Download the from ThemeForest and unzip it

  2. Access your server via FTP or SFTP

  3. Browse to wp-content/themes/

  4. Delete and override the un-zipped Miro folder

Envato Market

Envato released a plugin called Envato Market which can be used to manage all your themes and plugins purchased from ThemeForest and Codecanyon via your WordPress dashboard.

Front Page

Your front page is the home page of your WordPress site. By default, it displays your blog posts, starting with the most recent entries. WordPress enables you to set the number of posts displayed and even include teasers for other posts.

  1. Go to Appearance → Customize → Homepage Settings

  2. Under Your homepage displays choose A static page

  3. Click on the Homepage dropdown list and select the Home page you created as your static homepage

Simply go to Appearance » Widgets and add the ‘Navigation Menu’ widget to your sidebar. Next, add a title for the widget and choose the correct menu from the ‘Select Menu’ drop down list.

  1. Go to Appearance → Menus

  2. Give your menu a name and click to Create Menu button

  3. Add few simple links from Links tab and Save your menu

  4. Navigate to Manage Locations tab

  5. Choose your new menu as Main Navigation and save


Page templates are a specific type of template file that can be applied to a specific page or groups of pages.

Miro has the following page templates built into the theme and can be applied by creating a page in WordPress.

  1. Default Template

  2. Full Page (Full page template)

  3. Custom Page (Page without title)


  1. Go to Appearance → Customize → Typography

  2. You can change the fonts and their style according this list

    • General Fonts

    • General Text Options

    • Heading Options

    • Button Options

    • Blockquote Options

Child Theme

A WordPress child theme is a WordPress theme that inherits its functionality from another WordPress theme, the parent theme. Child themes are often used when you want to customize or tweak an existing WordPress theme without losing the ability to upgrade that theme. In the past, there was no easy way of updating WordPress themes without losing all the custom styling and changes that you had made. This becomes chaos when all the sudden you find out a widely used script in popular themes has a major exploit, and you need to update your themes ASAP. It becomes a tough choice because on one hand, you would lose all the custom styles if you update. On the other hand, you risk your site getting hacked if you don’t update fast enough.

A child theme allows you to change small aspects of your site’s appearance yet still preserve your theme’s look and functionality. To understand how child themes work it is first important to understand the relationship between parent and child themes.