How to change a WordPress theme with Divine Elemente easily and to do it as often as you want? Prepare a theme, upload it to the Internet and activate your new WordPress theme at the website with our tutorial.

Also recomended to read: Publish Editor, PSD to WordPress tutorial

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There are just three simple steps, following which you can change your WordPress theme design at the website with no problems and any time you want. They are:

  1. Download WordPress theme
  2. Upload WordPress theme to internet
  3. Activate a new WordPress theme

Step 1. Download WordPress theme

You can download any suitable theme from our Marketplace and adjust the PSD template in the way you need. So, create your own unique WordPress theme design just changing logo, styles, images, etc.

Marketplace

Marketplace

After that, you are to convert your ready PSD template to WP theme with the help of Divine Elemente and get your new WordPress theme for the website.

More details on the publishing process can be found in the ‘Publish Editor’ guide.


Step 2. Upload WordPress theme to internet

There are two available ways of theme publishing, if you use Divine Elemente:

From Divine Elemente
Divine Elemente allows not only converting a PSD template to a ready WP theme very quickly, but publishing a theme at your website immediately too.

WordPress theme uploading with Divine Elemente

WordPress theme uploading with Divine Elemente

To do that, you are to:

  • (A) Create a new FTP account and adjust settings (the ‘Settings > Accounts’ menu).
  • (B) Select the ‘Upload to <account name>’ in the command panel.
  • (D) And click on the ‘Publish’ button

From the third party FTP client
Also you can use any of your FTP clients to publish a theme.

WordPress theme uploading with third party FTP client

WordPress theme uploading with third party FTP client

To do that, you are to:

  • Сonvert a PSD template to WP theme, selecting the ‘Save to folder’ mode.
  • Adjust settings of your FTP client (server address, a port if required, a path to the server for the theme uploading, and authorization data on the server).
  • Select the prepared theme on your local computer and upload it to your server.

Step 3. Activate a new WordPress theme

And the last step is the most exciting one that shows you how to change an existing WordPress theme.

Activation of the theme in the WordPress CMS backend

Activation of the theme in the WordPress CMS backend

To do that, you are to:

  • Access admin panels
    • Go to your browser.
    • Enter your new domain name followed by / wp-admin.
    • Enter your ‘User name’ and ‘Password’.
    • Click on ‘Login’.

  • Change a theme on the website
    • Navigate to the ‘Appearance > Themes’ section.
    • Select a new theme uploaded.
    • And click on the ‘Activate’.

By the way, you can upload any number of themes, so that, don’t miss a chance to change them as often as you wish.


Conclusion

Thus, you have just learnt that you finally shouldn’t surf the Internet looking for new ready themes. Because with Divine Elemente you can create, and upload, and change any number of themes you need at the moment. And it’s absolutely a simple and quick process that results in a unique WordPress theme design only for your website.


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    Everyone really gets bored of the same theme if its there for a long time. But its also unwise to change the theme too often, since it does not allow your readers remember your theme, and ultimately your brand. I change my blog theme every 3 to 4 months, which also does not cost much…:)

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