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How to push Templates from WP Single site to WP Single-site / WP Mulsite’s subsite to subsite

Template Hero allows you to host your templates on any WordPress site and push them to any other WordPress site. Ensure Elementor and Beaver are installed and activated on both sites, and Template Hero is installed and activated on the server site (WordPress site from where you want to push your templates) and on the client site (WordPress site where you want to fetch your templates).

Here is a simple guide to pushing your Templates to any WordPress Site:

Note: For Multisite subsite server to Multisite subsite client, after installing plugins, activate each (server and client) plugin individually on the respective subsite.

1. Log in to WordPress Dashboard.
2. Navigate to Settings, and Click on Template Hero Elementor Server, Template Hero BB Server or Template Hero Gutenberg Server.

3. Under the Advanced tab, turn on the “Cloud Library Server” button.
4. Click the “Save Settings” button.

5. Click the “Activation Code” tab, then click on the “Generate Activation Code” button.
6. Click on the Copy button to copy the activation code.

Note: If you want to push templates from multiple servers, copy the activation code individually from every single site or Multisite network’s subsite.

Note:  Please make sure that your permalinks on the server site are saved as “Post Name.”

7. Open the Client WordPress site (WordPress site where you want to fetch your templates).
8. Log in to WordPress Dashboard.
9. Navigate to settings, and click on Template Hero Elementor Client, Template Hero BB Client or Template Hero Gutenberg accordingly.

Note: For multisite networks, make sure the “Network Wide Library” option is turned off.

10. Click on the “Create Library” tab paste your activation code then click on the “Create Library” button

11. To create another library, enter your activation code then click on the “Create Another Library” button.

12. A notification “Settings Saved, Token created And Library Activated ” appears, and your library gets saved and activated.

Note: You can create and activate various libraries from multiple sites. If you want to delete any library, deactivate it first before deletion.

13. In the case of multiple libraries, you can activate and deactivate libraries by clicking on the “Activate” and “Deactivate” buttons respectively.

How to Access Templates in Elementor, Beaver Builder and Gutenberg.

Elementor 

14. You can access your saved/imported templates while creating/editing pages by clicking the “Add Template” button (the folder icon).

15. Click the magnifying glass icon to preview the template.

16. Click the “Insert” button to add your required template.

Beaver Builder

17. You can access your saved templates while creating/editing pages by clicking the “+” button.

18. Click on “Templates” to access your desired templates under your required category.

19. Templates not saved under any category can be seen in “Uncategorized”. Other templates can be seen in their respective category.

20. Click on the required template to insert it into the page.

Gutenberg

21. You can access your saved templates while creating/editing pages by clicking the “+” button.

22. Click “Patterns” to access your desired templates under your required category.

23. Templates not saved under any category can be seen in “Uncategorized”. Other templates can be seen in their respective category.

24. Click on the required template to insert it into the page.

Note: If you add more templates after the activation of the library, then you need to refresh the library to get the latest templates.

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