Installation

How to install the 'Meet the Team' plugin?

Its pretty much easy. Here is a step-by-step guide:

When downloading All Files and Documentation:

  1. After you download the copy from CodeCanyon, proceed on extracting the zip file.
  2. The extracted file consists of the License, Documentations, Plugin folders and Read Me files. Go to the Plugin folder and upload the .zip file in it to your plugins.
  3.  Once uploading is finished, Activate and enjoy your new plugin! 🙂

NOTE: Uploading the whole ‘All Files and Documentation’ zip file will fail your installation. Please be reminded to use the Installable WordPress File that is inside the ‘Plugin’ folder upon installation.

When downloading Installable WordPress file only:

  1. After you download the copy from CodeCanyon, go to the Plugin folder and upload the .zip file in it to your plugins.
  2.  Once uploading is finished, Activate and enjoy your new plugin! 🙂

 

You can also upload our plugin via FTP. Here is also a step-by-step guide for it:

  1. Depending on which you downloaded: All Files and Documentation or Installable WordPress file only. Proceed on getting the zip file needed to be uploaded and extract it.
  2. Login at your FTP and put the extracted folder at /wp-content/plugins
  3. Activate and enjoy your new plugin! :)

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I was trying to install the plugin but an error "The package could not be installed. No valid plugins were found. Plugin install failed." appears.

This is probably because you tried to upload the whole All Files and Documentation version of the plugin.

To know the proper way in uploading your plugin, please proceed to: How to install the ‘Meet the Team’ plugin?

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Do I need Visual Composer to use this plugin?

Not necessarily. Without Visual Composer, you can still use our Meet the Team shortcodes to create/edit Team Members. Having Visual Composer have its own perks as it pretty much adds a UI to make using Meet the Team easier.

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General Usage

OMG! How to use this plugin?

Using this plugin is easy as pie. Just follow on these steps:

Without Visual Composer:

  1. On your Dashboard, click on Team Members > Teams You can create your Team Name and Team Slug there. Better note that the Team Slug is very important as it will be the one you need to put in the shortcode to show your team.
  2. Create your Members by Team Members > Add New Team Member: Fill up the Details, Add a Photo via Featured Image, Select the Team you wished to put the member on and Publish.
  3. Go to your Page, add the Meet the Team Shortcode, then publish.

With Visual Composer:

  1. On your Dashboard, click on Team Members > Teams You can create your Team Name and Team Slug there. Better note that the Team Slug is very important as it will be the one you need to put in the shortcode to show your team.
  2. Create your Members by Team Members > Add New Team Member: Fill up the Details, Add a Photo via Featured Image, Select the Team you wished to put the member on and Publish.
  3. Go to your Page. In your Backend editor, click on Add Element and choose Meet The Team, Customize your setting, save your settings and publish.

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Do you have a list of Shortcodes and Samples that I can use?

Ofcourse. 🙂 You can check them in our Demo Site at: http://demos.gambit.ph/meet-the-team/

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Can I customize how my Team Member Profile looks?

Yes. All you need to do is go to Meet the Team’s settings and select a Team Member Template.

Alternatively, you can also create your own team by making a single-team_member.php. You can get a sample copy of this one from your theme’s single.php.

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Can I change my Member or Team URL for individual profiles?

Yes you can. You can find it inside the Meet the Team’s settings.

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I have other problems and/or concerns regarding this plugin.

If there is something that is not listed here, too complicated or simply want some clarification: Please file a ticket in our Support Website.

Before you proceed, please check our Support Guide for a more efficient way of reporting an issue. Thank you. 🙂

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