To install demo content (pages, WooCommerce categories, menus and plugins), go to your Dashboard → Andy Warhol Woo → General.

On the left-hand side of the page there is the Install plugins block where you can find the list of required and recommended plugins. Plugins you have already installed are marked as 'Active'. Check or uncheck items if necessary.

A child theme can be installed in the Install Child Theme section. Give it another name or leave as it is and press the Install Child button. 

Proceed to Install demo to create demo content. Use the toggle switches so that demo content suits your needs.  

You will find more settings in the Single Product Page tab. Here you can rename product tabs or disable them. 

Feel free to edit the default content.

In the WooCommerce tab, manage your Shopping cart settings. You have four options available: 

  1. Side Shopping cart 

  2. Side Shopping cart + Shopping cart page

  3. Shopping cart page

  4. No Shopping cart at all (customers go to Checkout straightaway)

Go to the Service Pages tab to edit your 404 page. 

Go to the Additional tab to add you custom code.


Go to ProductsCategories and select categories you want to Edit or create a new one. To create a subcategory, add its name and select the corresponding parent category. Besides, you can upload a thumbnail for your category to be more visually attractive on your Homepage and Category page. Click Add a New Category.

Once you have installed demo content, go to Appearance → Menus to manage your menus. There are 3 of them available in the Andy Woo theme: Main Menu, Company Info, Purchase Info. Your mobile menu is the same as the desktop Main Menu.

To manage them, go to AppearanceMenus and select a menu to make changes to or create a new one. Check items which should be added to your menu in the left-hand sidebar. 

Drag items to change their display order and move them to the right to make sub items. You can edit them by clicking the down arrow symbol.

To make sure you see all groups of items, click Screen Options at the top of the page and check groups you want to add to menu.

After you have finished editing your Main Menu, make sure you've checked 'Main Menu' as its display location at the bottom of the page in Menu Settings. Click Save Menu.


To adjust theme customization settings to your needs and modify your website appearance, go to Dashboard → Appearance → Customize. Click pencil icons to edit specific elements.



Manage sticky header options and edit Search box placeholder. 


Upload your logo and favicon and add site title. 


Use the Account checkbox to hide the Log in link in your website header. 


Manage your header menu items in the Header Navigation section: rename product blocks and link them to any page.
In the dropdown, select a parameter you want your products to be sorted by when your Homepage loads (no menu tab involved).
This is how you get your tabs by default:

  • Top selling tab shows products sorted by popularity

  • Best deals tab shows discounted products

  • New arrivals tab shows products sorted by date


Choose a cart icon that suits your website design and mood best and adjust its colors.



Upload your Homepage ad banner in the Promo banner block and link it to any page.
You can show your YouTube video on Homepage – add its ID, manage Autoplay and Mute settings. 


This is the section where you can decide how detailed your goods look like on Homepage. Besides product title, orders count, star rating and discount badges you can also show 'Selling fast' badge if number of products left in stock is lower than the number you set in the corresponding field.
In the Layout Settings, use the range tool to manage how many products are shown per row on different devices. 

Below you'll find a handful of color settings. Use the range option to set average rating for items without reviews.
Check the corresponding options to enable Infinite scroll on your Homepage and Category page and lazy load images.


Paste your subscription form code here and select background color. If you use Mailchimp as your subscription service, just paste your form action in the default code. 



In the General Settings block you'll find a number of checkboxes to edit your product details.
The theme offers a number of layout options for Image Gallery: 

  • default WooCommerce gallery (you can enable it in your WP Dashboard → Andy Warhol Woo → Single Product Page → General)

  • side gallery (left of right) 

  • gallery which is located under the main product image.

Under the product price, add more information about this item (for example, shipping services). 

Customize your Add to cart button colors, make it sticky on mobile and add wobble effect to draw more attention. Under the button, you can add product meta information (SKU, categories and tags).

Enable Write a review option, blue Verified buyer badge and review date. Hide additional products if necessary using the checkboxes. 


You can upload another banner and show it on your Category page. Link it to any page. Use the range option to choose how many items to show per row on tablet and mobile.



Payment icons are shown under the Add to cart button. You can delete some certain icons and upload your own images or disable them. 


Choose your own colors, edit text and upload an icon.


Highlight your store benefits in the Store features section. 


This banner shows random number of products left in stock in the range you set in the corresponding fields. Uncheck the Show random number option if you want the theme to display real product stock. Feel free to upload a gif to draw more attention to this block. 


Fully customizable: edit text, colors and upload your own custom icon. 


Show your website visitors that others are also interested in this item and it's likely to sell out. Adjust its showing probability (the higher percentage rate you set, the more often this banner will show up on product page. 100% = the banner will be shown on each product every time you load the page).


This trust box is shown under the Additional information text area in the desktop version of the theme and at the very top of the Checkout page on mobile.


Enable this block to encourage your customers to make faster purchase decisions. 


Add countdown timer to create urgency that motivates hesitating customers to buy before time runs out. 

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