1. When installing the theme it says "Are you sure you want to do this ?"

2. Recommended image size (resolution)

3. How to Add Custom Font and Typography

4. How to change the Slug or page URL of my page?

5. How I change hard-coded texts?

6. How to activate the child theme ?

7. How to get my Twitter API Keys ?

8. Facebook display an unwanted preview of my image and text.

9. How to add a link in the menu that scrolls to a page section (Anchor)

10. How to translate the theme in your own language ?

11. How to duplicate Events, Playlists, Artists, Posts and Custom-Posts

12. How do I update my theme ?

13. How to embed a SoundCloud Player into my pages ?

14. General

1. When installing the theme it says "Are you sure you want to do this ?"

There are 2 different causes for this issue.

If you are installing your theme from the WordPress theme dashboard, but get a message that says “Are you sure you want to do this?”, most likely your web server is configured with PHP settings that are too low to allow the theme ZIP file to upload. Specifically, PHP is configured to a maximum file upload size limit at 8 megabytes or less. The theme ZIP is currently about 34 MB. Thus, the web server is rejecting the upload. WordPress is giving you a rather ambiguous message in response.

This is not a theme fault or bug.


You can either increase your PHP limits. Since every server is configured differently, there are 3 ways to do this. You can try to do it yourself but if you don't have the skill, just ask your hosting provider and they usually will do it for you for free.

To raise the PHP limits, try one of the 3 solutions below:

a) Add this in the .htaccess file of your server php_value memory_limit 128M php_value post_max_size 128M php_value upload_max_filesize 128M php_value max_execution_time 1800

b) Add this to wp-config.php

define(‘WP_MEMORY_LIMIT’, ’64M’); c) Create a text file and name it php.ini then upload php.ini file in your root folder by FTP. In the php.ini file, add: upload_max_filesize = 64M post_max_size = 64M


If it still doesn't work, you can ask your web host to raise the upload and memory limit (Just tell them you are trying to upload a WordPress theme file that is around 35mb) OR jump to SOLUTION 2 below:


You can upload your theme via an FTP client. Please read this article for more info:


Recommended PHP configuration limits are as follows:

max_execution_time 600

memory_limit 256M

post_max_size 64M

upload_max_filesize 64M

You can verify your PHP configuration limits by installing a simple plugin called WordPress phpinfo().


Sometimes, you might be trying to upload the whole theme package zip file (which contain the PSD, Licence, Theme, etc..), instead of only the theme zip file.

If that's the case, make sure you unzip the theme package zip file on your computer, then check if there is a /Theme/ folder. If so, make sure you are uploading the theme zip file that is located in that theme folder.

2. Recommended image size (resolution)

Here our image recommendation for a best result with our theme. 

For general backgrounds

 For the Blog "Featured images": 

For the Event "Featured images": 

For the Album "Featured images": 

For the Gallery images: 

3. How to Add Custom Font and Typography

1) Paste this code into Custom CSS field. This will tell your theme to load a custom font.

@font-face {
    font-family: 'MyWebFont';
    src: url(''); / IE9 Compat Modes /
    src: url('') format('embedded-opentype'), / IE6-IE8 /
    url('') format('woff2'), / Super Modern Browsers /
    url('') format('woff'), / Pretty Modern Browsers /
    url('') format('truetype'), / Safari, Android, iOS /
    url('') format('svg'); / Legacy iOS / }

Just put absolute paths to your font files. Note that you need to have different file formats since some browser will use only certain file type as explained here

2) Then use this CSS code by placing it inside Custom CSS field as well for the specific CSS class you want to use the font:

body, h1{font-family: 'MyWebFont', sans-serif;}

The example above will use the custom font called "MyWebFont" for the Body and H1 class.

Another option is use the plugin called:  "Use Any Font". Some customers have recommended it but we didn't test it.

4. How to change the Slug or page URL of my page?

You have created a page and the slug name doesn't match the page name. It has an undesirable "-2" which is added. You are trying to remove it but you can't.

Most often, the reason is that your permalink is already in use.

Check the permalinks of your pages and beware that the permalink might be already used by a page in the trash. Make sure to check in your trash section of your pages/posts. 

Another case that it won't work is because you are trying to use a slug name that is dedicated as a parent of a post type. Permalinks: "/discography", "/event", "/videos" are dedicated.  You cannot use them.

So if you have created a page called "videos", the default permalink will be "/videos-2". You can't use "videos". You can use another slug name as "video" or "-videos-" Or you can also make your page a child page, so the permalink will change. (ex: "/medias/videos")

5. How I change hard-coded texts?

Some texts in our theme are hard-coded, like back and next buttons or labels days, hours, minutes from the countdown. You can't find an option to edit them on the wp-admin dashboard.

So how we can customize them without modifying our theme? The solution is simple. We need to translate string from our theme.

Example. you want to translate  "No upcoming events scheduled yet. Stay tuned!" to "We are on vacation for two years", we need to make an English translation.  How to do it?

*** In this tutorial, I use often "[your theme name]". Its intended to be replaced by your own theme name eg(fwrd, lush, croma, soundrise, etc..)

1. Download and Install PoEdit software:

2. Open Poedit and open file /wp-content/themes/[your theme name]/languages/[your theme name].pot.

3. Click on edit and find, and search for the string you want to modify. 

4. If you don't find the string, please open a /wp-content/plugins/[your theme name]-music/languages/[your theme-name]-music.pot and repeat step 3. 

5. When you have found in which file is located the string please click on create a new translation.

6. Select the same language selected in your WordPress. 

If you are not sure which language is set to your wordpress, please go to wp-admin>setting>general.

7. Find your string again and fill the translation field with your new string.

8. Click on save and save your files in /wp-content/languages/themes.

* If the modification is from our plugin, you need to save file in /wp-content/languages/plugins and the file name should start with "[your theme name]-music-en_US". Exemple: "croma-music-en_US.po". 

When we save the po file, a .mo file will be automatically generate. The mo file is the file read by wordpress.  

6. How to activate the child theme ?

The child theme comes with the full package that you can download from ThemeForest.

Make sure that you previously uploaded the main theme before installing the child theme.

Step-by-step guide:

1. Go to your download tab in ThemeForest ( and download “All files & Documentations”. See screenshot:

2. Unzip the file on your computer

3. Go to the /Theme/ folder and you will see the child theme zip file (eg: which is the child theme that you will upload to your Wordpress

4. Go to WP-Admin > Appearance > Themes and click on 'add new'.

5. Select the child theme's zip file and upload it.

6. Activate it.

7. How to get my Twitter API Keys ?

In order to use a Twitter feed on your website, you need to tell Twitter that you are the owner of account used. To do this, you need to create a Twitter Application.

Here's the steps

Creating a Twitter Application

The Twitter Widget will never ask for your password, as it gets all your required data from the Open Authentication keys and secrets you will get by creating your application at Twitter. It also means that if you change your twitter password, you won’t need to update any of the details of your Widget.

  1. Go to and sign in.
  2. Click "Create New App."
  3. Enter a unique Name (anything you want), a Description (again this is just for you), and your site's URL. You can leave the Callback URL empty as it is not used for this implementation. Yay, success - OK! 
  4. Click the "Keys and Access Tokens" tab.
  5. Click the button "Create my access tokens". See screenshot:
  6. Now you should see all the keys that are required. See screenshot:
  7. Good. Now go to your WordPress Dashboard and go to the theme options. Click the Social Media tab. 
  8. You can just copy the required information into the exact corresponding inputs fields of the theme options. See screenshot:

8. Facebook display an unwanted preview of my image and text.

The easy way to manage the site preview that shows up on Facebook is the free plugin Yoast SEO. With this plugin, you will be able to display what you want onto the preview and it will help you to improve your site’s SEO. 

  1.  Download the Yoast SEO plugin.
  2. Install and activate it on your WordPress site.
  3. Edit your homepage backend and look for the Yoast SEO setting.
  4. Click on the social icon

  1. And fill the title and description fields. You can also select a new preview image

See the full Yoast SEO Documentation here

9. How to add a link in the menu that scrolls to a page section (Anchor)

First you need to create an anchor that will be the "target".

With Visual Composer, it's very easy to create an anchor.

1. Click the "pen" icon of the row element you want the anchor:

2. Fill the 'ID Name for Navigation' field with the name of the anchor you want. (Eg: about, music or contact). Do not use space or special characters.

3. Add a new menu item in your menu: Go to WP-Admin > Appearance > Menus.

4. Create a new 'Custom Links'. In the 'url' field, add "/#" and your Anchor ID you previously set. So if your anchor is about, the url will be /#about

* If you need to point to an anchor which is on another page than your homepage, then you need to add the slug name in the url. Eg: /bio/#about

10. How to translate the theme in your own language ?

Translate in your own language

  1. Download and Install PoEdit software:
  2. Unzip the theme file you have downloaded from ThemeForest.
  3. In the folder /Theme/ you will see the theme .zip file. Unzip it as well.
  4. Open Poedit and click on File -> New from POT/Po file in the main menu and select the POT file in your theme’s languages folder. The .POT file should be located in your /Theme/theme_name_folder/languages/
  5. A properties box will open up. Select the language name you want to translate to.
  6. Now you can start translating the theme via the String Translation mechanism. This provides direct like-for-like translations. Go through each line one-by-one, adding the translation to your native language as you go. If you think there’s some text that won’t require translation or you’re not sure what to translate it to you can just leave them as they are in the original language; you can always come back and translate them later if need be. You don't have to translate everything. Remember that strings that you have not translated will appear in english in your site. The string you have translated will show the corresponding translations.
  7. Go to File -> Save. You’ll be asked to what filename you want to save your .po file. Each language and country has a specific code you will need to use when saving translation files; for instance, if you’re going to translate into Spanish you’ll name your file “themename-es_ES.po”, whereas if you’re translating into German you’ll name the file “themename-de_DE.po”, french from France will be "themename-fr_FR.po", french from Canada will be "themename-fr_CA.po". To break it down; the first lower-case letters defines the language, whereas the second upper-case letter defines the country. In many cases the language and country will be the same, hence “de_DE” for Germany, but what about languages like English or Portuguese, that are spoken in several countries natively? In these cases there will be a difference in the first and second letter pairs; for the UK, the code would be en_GB, whereas for the USA it will be en_US. If you’re not familiar with the codes for your native language and country you can head over to the GNU website, where they have all the codes for Language and Country. Remember, if you use the wrong naming convention WordPress won’t be able to use your translation, so double-check if necessary.
  8. Save your new language file in the wp-content/languages/themes/ . In this case, we are translating a theme called SoundRise in French-Canada. The filename will be . See screenshot:
  9. Some strings is located in the plugin "soundrise-music". You need to repeat steps 4 to 8 as you did for the theme. The pot file in the plugins/plugin_name/languages folder, and you will save the mo file in the wp-content/languages/plugins/

Setup Wordpress to read your translation


  1. Make sure the language value you are translating is set in your translation WordPress plugin. In this case, we are using WPML plugin/
  2. - Go to WP-admin > WPML > Language. Add/Edit the language you want to translate ( and click "Edit languages"
  3. - Make sure that the default locale is corresponding to your .mo file you previously saved. In this case, it will be fr_CA since my .mo file has been named: (where soundrise is the name of my theme and fr_CA is my default locale, separated by a dash) See screenshot:

You are done!


You’ll need to make sure your wp-config.php file settings match your language files. Edit the file wp-config.php which is located in your root folder (See screenshot: You’ll need to open the wp-config.php file and set your language accordingly, like this:


/** * WordPress Localized Language, defaults to English.  *  * Change this to localize WordPress. A corresponding MO file for the chosen  * language must be installed to wp-content/languages. For example, install  * to wp-content/languages and set WPLANG to 'es-ES' to enable Spanish  * language support.  */ define('WPLANG', 'fr-CA');



Share your language files with others

If you’ve already translated a theme then many of our users would be delighted if you could share your translation files with the community. Just get in contact with us via our Helpdesk ticket system and we will include the translation files in the next theme update if possible.


Translation tips: Character Encoding

If you’re used to working in HTML or through the WordPress editors then there are a few areas which might catch you out when creating the translations; here’s a few tips to help you get things done: First of all, any localizations should use UTF-8 encoding. This is one of the reasons we recommend Poedit; this kind of seemingly minor issue is already accounted for in a dedicated program. If you were to edit the files via a standard, simple editor like notepad, then the default settings will usually use different encoding. You won’t actually notice this when working on the file, but once you save it you’ll notice that all your translated elements are displaying the identifying string rather than the original or new language. You can just open and resave the file with the proper encoding, but using a dedicated program will prevent this happening in the first place, so it’s probably the safer solution! When writing your translations you should write your translations plainly; that is, avoid escaping accented and special characters with HTML character entities, save for a select group that are expected to be escaped to avoid conflict with XHTML markup: angle brackets (< & >), and ampersands (&). In addition, there are a few other characters that function better when escaped, such as non-breaking spaces ( ), angle quotes (« and »), curly apostrophes (’) and curly quotes. When we create multilingual sites, we need to remember that translation is not everything; localization goes beyond just translating words and expands to include adapting the site to a different language, country and conventions. Some words simply don’t mean the same thing or carry the same implications as other languages, so don’t translate literally; translate organically; try to get a feel for the meaning behind the original text, and capture that spirit in your translation.

11. How to duplicate Events, Playlists, Artists, Posts and Custom-Posts

First, you need to install a plugin called "Duplicate Post". 
- Go to WP-Admin > Appearance > Install Plugins > Add New
- Search for "Duplicate Post", install and activate it.

Select Custom Posts you need to duplicate.
- Go to WP-Admin > Setting > Duplicate Post
- Select the "Permissions" tab
- Check all custom posts wanted

A "clone" option is now available below each of your posts.

12. How do I update my theme ?

First of all, do a backup on your local computer. Usually. the update installs within seconds and cause zero problems, but it's better to be safe than sorry. There is a lot of tool and plugins available to help you to do this. Just find one with a good rating and get it set up now, not later:

How to upgrade?

The first thing to know is that if you have modified PHP, CSS, JS files into the core theme, the update will overwrite what you did (it's why we suggest doing your modifications in the child theme).

The update will NOT affect your content such as your blog post, photos, videos, option theme settings, WordPress settings. Basically, the update replaces the PHP, JavaScript and CSS files of the theme, not your database, and not the WordPress core files.


  1. Download and Install the official Envato Market WordPress plugin here
  2. Follow the instruction on the Envato Market WordPress plugin official page.
  3. When the theme update is done, please go to WP-Admin > Appearance > Install Plugin and click "update" for every plugin that requires an update.
  4. If for some reason you see some code on your front-end website after the theme update, make sure that all the required plugin are activated by going to WP-Admin > Plugins.


1. Redownload the theme files on ThemeForest (ThemeForest always have the latest version of the theme). So login to your Envato account, then go to Downloads, and download "Installable Wordpress file Only" package.

2. Go to Wp-Admin > Appearance >  Themes and activate another theme such Twenty Fifteen.

3. Delete the Theme you want to update. (Yeah, you must delete the theme before re-uploading the same theme).

4. Go to WP-Admin > Appearance > Themes > Add New and Upload the theme .ZIP file you've just downloaded from ThemeForest.

5. Activate your theme by clicking the "Activate button".

6. Make sure to reactivate the plugins by going to WP-Admin > Plugins. 

7. When the theme update is done, please go to WP-Admin > Appearance > Install Plugin and click "update" for every plugin that requires an update.

8. If for some reason you see some code on your front-end website after the theme update, make sure that all the required plugin are activated by going to WP-Admin > Plugins.

9. If one of your plugins has not been updated (ex: WPBakery Page Builder), go to WP-Admin > Plugins and delete the plugin then go to WP-Admin > Appearance > Install Plugins and reinstall the plugins. Make sure to "activate" it again.


If deleting a theme makes your nervous, or you have an issue when uploading the theme via the WordPress dashboard, you can upload it manually by FTP.

1. Redownload the theme files on ThemeForest (ThemeForest always have the latest version of the theme). So login to your Envato account, then go to Downloads, and download "Installable Wordpress file Only" package.

2. Unzip the zip file on your computer

3. Rename the root folder to something like "themename-new".

4. By using an FTP software (such as FileZilla), connect to your FTP.

5. Upload the folder to .../wp-content/themes/ (so you should have /wp-content/themes/themename-new/)

6. Once everything has been uploaded, go to WP-Admin > Appearance > Themes and activate your new theme.

7. Make sure to reactivate the plugins by going to WP-Admin > Plugins. If one of your plugins has not been updated (ex: Visual Composer), go to WP-Admin > Plugins and delete the old plugin.

8. Go to WP-Admin > Appearance > Install Plugins and reinstall the plugins. Make sure to "activate" them again.

13. How to embed a SoundCloud Player into my pages ?

To setup SoundCloud on the homepage, you have several options but here are 2 easy options: 

1) Embedding the player into a text area widget Go to follow this FAQ to embed the player.
Once the iframe code is copied into your clipboard, go to wp-admin > appearance > widget. Drag/drop the TEXT widget into your homepage one or two column zone. Paste the iframe code into the box. Here's a screenshot:  

2) Use a SoundCloud player plugin/widget:
Install a plugin such as SoundCloud is Gold (see screenshot: ) Activate the widget then go to Appearance > Widgets and drag/drop the widget on your homepage one or two column zone.

14. General

Table of Content

Before Getting Started

Requirements & Compatibility


Import our live demo !

General Guidelines

Theme Options

Content Manager

Change Logs

Before Getting Started

IronBand (see updates / change log)

Before we dive in, we want to thank you for your interest in our themes and our work. Respect!

Let’s go over the minimum requirements that you will need in order to have a fully functioning site running our theme.

If you already have a working install of WordPress feel free to skip ahead to theme installation.

Requirements & Compatibility

Our themes are compatible with the WordPress versions 3.6 and later (PHP v.5.2.4 or greater; MySQL v.5.0.15 or greater).

Most JavaScript enabled Browsers will make them work with no issues.

Our theme have been tested in:


1. Install WordPress

Download and Install WordPress.

To Install WordPress please follow the instruction here:

It’s important to understand that an account on is not the same as a website running a self hosted copy of WordPress.
If you have purchased a theme with this intention you should contact envato support.

2. Download Theme

A. If you’ve downloaded whole theme package (see image below), unzip it. There you will find 3-4 folders such as:

Open the theme folder and you will find 2 zip files:


B. Alternatively you can simply download the installable WordPress file (see image below) You should have the archive by itself, which is the file to upload directly via the dashboard.


3. Install Theme

To install the theme, in your WordPress Admin Panel (wp-admin) go to “Appearance > Themes > Add New > Upload > browse to your .zip file. (see image below).

Install Themes

Please note that some hostings have a restriction on a size of a file that you are uploading. If any warnings appear, most probably, your hosting has file size limit. And the theme .zip file is too large to be uploaded via WordPress Panel. You can try contacting your hosting provider and ask to ease this restrictions.

Otherwise you can install theme via FTP. Simply unzip the installable file and upload the theme folder via FTP into “your_site/wp-content/themes/”.

For more info and help on installing the theme via FTP, follow this link.

Attention! Theme will work fine on the vast majority of correctly installed and configured WordPress sites without any additional settings. However on some (very rear) hosting configurations you can notice that images on your site are not displaying. If you are experiencing this issue, please follow these steps to fix it:

1. Make sure that theme installed strictly to “your_site/wp-content/themes/” folder.
2. The folder “your_site/wp-content/uploads” must be created. On some hostings you’ll need to set its CHMOD to 755, on others – to 777.

If above steps did not yield any results, please don’t hesitate to address this issue directly to yourhosting company. Since this is most likely a server-related problem, we will not be able to help you!

4. Activate Theme

In “Appearance > Themes > activate the theme by hitting the correspondent “Activate” link.

Attention! To assure your permalinks are being rendered correctly (the web-site does not return “404 Not Found” error) after switching the theme, follow “Dashboard > Settings > Permalinks” and click “Save Changes”.

5. Install Plugins

After theme activation you will see a “recommended plugins” notice. Click the “Begin installing plugins” link in order to proceed to installation. Make sure you activate them after installation.

LUSH Options ‹ Iron Test — WordPress

Import our live demo !

Import our live demo is the best way to start with the theme.

This allow you to see how we built layouts and use elements through the theme. Then you can delete the content you don’t want, or replace our content with your.

We’ve built an tool to automatically import all the content and setting that you have seen on our demo.

Attention: This will option will FLUSH all your current content, data and images. It will completely replace your actual website by our demo’s content!

To import our demo, go to Ironband > Import Default Data > In the drop-down, select the “demo” you want then click Import default data.

LUSH Options ‹ Lush   Rock Layout — WordPress

* Depending your server speed, this can take up to 3 minutes. If it has spins for over 15 minutes, you might have server issues.

When import has finish, you are all set !

If you have issue and you can’t import our default data using this tool, here’s an alternative. Our theme option’s Import Default Data button might not work on some server. It sometimes happen with some server and error is actually unknown. Usually, it’s a security permission.

Use the default wordpress importer (tools > import > wordpress). You might have to install the plugin if you are using it for the first time. Then, you will be able to import the XML file (which is located in ironband/import/)

General Guidelines

Make a Page your Homepage

  1. Navigate to the “WP-admin > Settings > Reading” interface (see image below).
  2. In the “Front page displays” section choose “static page” radio-button.
  3. In the “Front page:” selector choose the page that you have created to be the Homepage.
  4. Optional. Also you can choose which page will display your blog posts in the “Posts page:” selector.

Reading Settings ‹ Iron Test — WordPress

Import Dummy Content

We have set a tool to allow you to automatically import all the content, settings and images that you have seen on our demos.

If this option do not work or you prefer import dummy content manually here’s how:

Use the default wordpress importer (tools > import > wordpress). You might have to install the plugin if you are using it for the first time. Then, you will be able to import the XML file (which is located in ironband/import/)

Demo Content 2

Assign posts to an existing user. Then check “Download and import file attachments”. Then click submit.

Disable Comments

To hide comments on specific pages or post, go to “WP-admin > Pages > Edit your page”.

Simply check the “Discussion” checkbox in Screen Option – corresponding “Discussion” box will appear. Then uncheck “ALLOW COMMENTS”.

Edit Page ‹ Iron Test — WordPress

Font Awesome Icons

Here’s how to add Font Awesome icons:

  1. Navigate to Font Awesome Icons site:
  2. Click on desired icon. Icon individual page fill open. E.g. this:
  3. Copy the code and paste it to corresponding field in menu. E.g.<i class="fa fa-smile-o"></i>

Theme Options

Pagination Settings

This theme option page allow you yo set how many items you want to see in the page template before showing a paging.

Please note that this doesnt apply to widgets. This only apply to:

To set how many items you want to display in the blog template, go to Settings > Reading.

You have 4 different options for the pagination of your page templates.

  1. Displays links for next and previous pages (e.g. : « Previous Page — Next Page »)
  2. Displays a row of paginated links (e.g. : « Prev 1 … 3 4 5 6 7 … 9 Next »)
  3. Displays a single link to dynamically load more items (e.g. : « More Posts ») (AJAX)
  4. Dynamically load more items as you scroll down (infinite scrolling) (AJAX)

How can i change the number of posts per page ?

Go to Settings > Reading. You will see the setting beside: “Blog pages show at most” (

Widgets Areas

Manage your WordPress Widget Areas and additional settings related to page templates and widgets.

This allow you to create widget “zone” or “group” to use later on in different section of your site (Appearance > Widgets)

The drop downs such as Single Post Default Sidebar, Single Video Default Sidebar, Single Event Default Sidebar, etc, apply ONLY to NEW post. When you create a new post (or event or video or photo album, etc..) this will set a default sidebar automatically instead of selecting which sidebar you want for your different post templates.

Header and Logos

it’s in the header section that you have to set your logos.

In  Ironband, we use 2 different logos.

  1. The header logo (and its retina logo) is used in the header of the website.
  2. The menu logo (and it’s retina logo) is used in the menu when you open it.

If you want to have transparency in your logo, you must upload a PNG logo with transparency.
Look on YouTube for tutorials: “How to make a transparent logo PNG”

Quick tips about Retina logos:

When people visit your website using a retina screen (such as iPhone 5, iPads, or new Apple’s products) they will see the retina logos. The retina logo is as simple as a TWICE bigger logo than your regular logo. So if your regular logo is 200X100 your retina logo should be 400X200 then we take care to display it 200X100 on the website so it will looks very sharp on retina displays.

Post Settings

These options apply for all the single post.

You have the option to have the featured image shows in every post by choosing 3 options:

  1. FullWidth will stretch your featured image to appear fullwidth in your template
  2. Original will not stretch your featured image. It will use your original uploaded image.
  3. None will hide the featued image on every post.

The rest of the options are pretty straight forward.

post settings

Social Media

To add social media icons

Go to Irondband > Social Media > Add Social Media

We use Font-Awesome for the preloaded icons. If you Font-Awesome do not provide the icon you want, you will have to upload it manually (see step 6)


Sharing Option (Add This)

To use ADD THIS for your content sharing, please refer to the website on how to use this feature.

To embed your Add This (or Share This) buttons, just paste the code they have provided you into the Custom Social Buttons field.

To enabled/disabled the newsletter horizontal bar in the footer , go to Ironband > Footer Newsletter.

To know more about the newsletter widget, please refer to the NEWSLETTER section in this user guide.

Content Manager


Set the Date

To set the date of your event, edit the publish date of the post.


Adding a new event

See screencast below:

Managing Past events from Upcoming Event

Ironband will automatically set your event as a PAST event when its date is older than today. If you set your gig’s date as a date that will take place, it will be considered as an upcoming event. If the date is older than “today”, it will be recognized as a Past Event.


To add a video, see screencast below:


See Screenshot below about adding a new album to your discography: