• Don’t Use Themes.

    It is completely redirected to the paid version.
    You cannot interfere with anything.
    Your time is wasted.

    SEO = 0
    I edited for 4 days, they removed the basic situations in wordpress that I needed and blocked them.
    You can’t even add a logo (They don’t interfere with the size of the logo you add (they redirect to the paid version.))

    You cannot interfere with your most natural intervention areas such as Header – Footer.

    In short, if you’re going to get paid, they want an annual fee.
    It won’t do your job.

    It has a structure that makes the free WordPress system completely paid.

    You don’t even add a Logo in the design they say is free.
    The most Basic one doesn’t even allow you to add <h1> tags to titles.

    In short, you will regret it.

    I installed and deleted.
    I made all those adjustments for nothing and wasted my time.

    If I had coded it myself with PHP from the beginning, I wouldn’t have wasted so much time.

    I hope they don’t continue trying to fool people after this comment.

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  • Greetings,

    Sorry for the inconvenience.

    >> It is fully redirected to the paid version.

    PopularFX Theme is completely free and it is working fine with pagelayer and other plugins. It gives us some extra features if you want to use premade templates. Plus it has WooCommerce customizer settings and global customizer settings for modifying elements site-wide.

    >> You don’t even add a logo to the design they say is free.
    The most basic one doesn’t even allow you to add <h1> tags to headers.

    You can change the site logo from WordPress Customizer and you can also add a custom logo from the Pagelayer site title widget. Also, we have improved the post title widget to add <h1> and other title tags, we will launch the new version with the same improvements.

    We are constantly working to improve PopularFX UX and features,
    And also our support team is actively helping users if they have any issues.

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