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Unyson, Extension, and Plugins

Some functionalities of the Weddington Theme are available because of the plugins we used to create it. Once Weddington is activated in your WordPress admin panel you should see notification about bundled plugins we recommend to install – they are included in Weddington package – so you don’t have to do anything more than click install and activate.


Unyson is a framework for WordPress that facilitates development of a theme. This framework was created from the ground up by the team behind ThemeFuse from the desire to empower developers to build outstanding WordPress themes fast and easy. This documentation is heavily modified by createIT to ensure all custom extensions are well documented.

This documentation assumes you have a working knowledge of WordPress. If you haven’t, please start by reading WordPress Documentation.

Minimum Requirements


  • PHP 7.2 or greater
  • MySQL 5.6 or greater OR MariaDB 10.0 or greater
  • Nginx or Apache with mod_rewrite module
  • HTTPS support

Wordpress: 4.9


Unyson is part of Weddington plugin that should be activated to be able to use the fully use this theme.

After plugin will be activated you will notice the Unyson entry in the sidebar:

Configure the plugin by going to the Unyson menu and activating the following extensions:
  • Backup & Demo Content: This extension lets you create an automated backup schedule, import demo content or even create a demo content archive for migration purposes.
  • SASS Compiler: Compiles SASS files. Remember to activate it when you are going to change theme colors via Customize.
  • Visual Composer: Allows for seamless integration with Visual Composer
  • CT FAQ: This extension will add FAQ post type support
  • CT Portfolio: This extension will add portfolio post type support.
  • CT Header: This extension will add header options.
  • CT Gallery: This extension will add gallery post type support.


The licenses for most software are designed to take away your freedom to share and change it. By contrast, the GNU General Public License is intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change free software. Unyson inherits the General Public License (GPL) from WordPress.


On the Unyson page, you’ll see a list of avaliable extensions separated in two sections:

Active Extensions - Extensions that should be activate to be able to fully use Weddington WP theme functionality:

Available Extensions - Extensions not yet downloaded or activate.


We recommend to not activate any of the extensios that are not part of the list above. They may not be compatible with the theme and could create unexpected issues.


Visual Composer


Simply drag and drop elements to build your page content. We prepared components which will help you determine main structure of the webpage – easily set up backgrounds, colors and styles for whole sections as well as lots of various smaller components which you can freely put wherever you want.


As the VC plugin used with Weddington WP Theme is part of a bundle, that mean that theme author has a license and only he/she can download latest versions of VC and include it in the theme. You as a theme user may use Visual Composer free of charge while you use the theme that came with VC (because you have a license for that theme).

Learn more:

For more information about Visual Composer, please check articles below:

Slider Revolution


How to activate the plugin

Slider Revolution is included in Sella WP package – so you don’t have to do anything more than click install and activate as you do with other plugins.

If you are new user of the revolution Slider plugin or you just want to check some of it functionality feel free to check Slider Revolution Documentation created by the authors of this plugin.

Contact Form 7

Contact forms in Weddington WP are created with the use of Contact Form 7 Plugin. Below you will find information how to recreate Contact forms used in our theme by adding the correct markup for the Form section of this plugin.


If you never before used this plugin I suggest you to check Getting Started with ContactForm 7.