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  • Dear Sir,

    I have purchased Tammoo Theme from Bluehost. I am trying to install the same but it appears that theme is broken.

    Kindly provide correct theme files or help me get it corrected. No Demo pages are being loaded.

    Following message has been sent by Bluehost.

    Upon checking the server log, we could find the below error messages related to the theme.

    [24-Nov-2020 04:53:16 UTC] PHP Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home1/ancalima/public_html/wp-content/themes/tammoo/7league/crop.php on line 10

    [24-Nov-2020 04:53:16 UTC] PHP Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home1/ancalima/public_html/wp-content/themes/tammoo/7league/allslider/allslider_settings_page.php on line 6

    I would like to inform you that we are basically a marketplace where we provide options for our customers to purchase premium themes. Support for themes will be provided by the theme author/developer itself as this theme is authored by https://7theme.net/ . I request you to contact theme and have the theme checked and rectified at the earliest.

    Kindly help.

    Best Regards,

    Rajeev Garg


    thank you for your post. The theme is not broken, the problem is that your website shows warnings and errors. You can see in the messages that it is only a warning, not an error. These messages are only for developers, and should only be hidden on public websites.

    Please check your hosting panel and search for “PHP errors and warnings” settings, and turn it off. This will remove the warning.

    The website and the theme is working without any problem, only the warning is visible.

    If you don’t have this setting in your hosting panel please send us an email ( info @ 7theme . net ), there is another solution to turn off the messages, but for this we need a login for the website.

    For the demo files: a theme is always empty, means without the pages and posts you can see in the theme demo. You can install the demo content in WP admin -> Tools -> Import -> WordPress (follow the instructions). The demo content file you can find in your account where you bought the theme.

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