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Vynilla Documentation


Congratulations on your purchase of a Vynilla theme!
We did our best to make this manual information to be presented in a simple, straightforward manner. For ease of reference, the text the manual provides has been restructured in different chapters, you can see in the leftside menu. You are able to navigate to any part of the documentation, using the active content headers' links.

Magento files structure

The theme package you have downloaded consists of several folders. Let's see what each folder contains:

  • documentation
    contains documentation files.
    • documentation.html
      a main documentation file you are reading at the moment.
  • screenshots
    contains the theme screenshots. Not for production.
  • sources
    contains the theme source files.
    • psd
      contains the theme Adobe Photoshop source files [.psd].
    • demo
      contains additional pages and custom blocks provided with the theme.
    • sample_data
      contains Magento theme sample data files.
      • pub
        contains files and directories that should be uploaded to the root directory of your Magento installation.
      • dump.sql.gz
        the database backup file. Contains the theme sample content.
  • theme###
    contains Magento theme files and directories that should be uploaded to the root directory of your Magento installation.
    contains the complete Magento installation package with engine files, theme and sample content [sample images].
  • unzip.php
    the file used to extract files from the when uploaded to the hosting server.
  • fonts_info.txt
    contains the links where the template custom fonts can be downloaded.
  • info.txt
    contains instructions on how to extract source files.


Both HTML markup and CSS styles used in our templates are semantically correct and valid. However some W3C errors still can take place. Making code 100% W3C valid eliminates the usage of modern website technologies as CSS3 features and HTML5 markup. Our goal is to deliver rich user experience with high quality templates and sometimes we have to break some rules.


Before you proceed to set up your Magento store, please make sure you are fully prepared. Please complete the following preparation steps:

Editing software

To feel comfortable working with Magento template, we recommend you to download all the applications required. You can see the list of all required software on the template preview page.
Requirements can vary significantly depending upon the template, the common ones will be defined only:

  1. You need to use WinZip 9+ (for Windows) or Stuffit Expander 10+ (for Mac) to extract the password protected archive.
  2. You may also need the Adobe Photoshop application. It can be used to edit .psd source files and is necessary, in case, you want to change the template graphics and images.
  3. To edit template source code files, you need the code editor such as Adobe Dreamweaver, Notepad++, Sublime Text, etc.
  4. To upload files to the hosting server, you may need an FTP Manager like Total Commander, FileZilla, CuteFTP, etc.


As Magento Commerce is a PHP/MySQL based application, you need to prepare a hosting environment to run Magento.

Note, Magento 2.3 is compatible with PHP 7.1.3+, PHP 7.2.xonly.

If you have a live hosting, please make sure it matches the Magento requirements:

  1. Apache 2.2 or 2.4 with mod_rewrite, mod_version or nginx 1.x
  2. MySQL 5.6, 5.7
  3. Supported versions: PHP 7.1.3+, PHP 7.2.x
  4. NOT SUPPORTED: PHP 5.4, PHP 7.0.0, 7.0.1, PHP 7.0.2 - 7.0.5, PHP 7.0.6 - 7.0.x, PHP 7.1

  5. PHP extensions: bc-math, ctype, curl, dom, gd, intl, mbstring, hash, openssl, PDO/MySQL, SimpleXML, soap, spl, libxml, xsl, azip, json, iconv.

You can run Magento locally (on your computer) using the local server. To create a local hosting server please use the localhost applications, such as WAMP, AppServ, MAMP etc. Any of those can be easily installed as any other software and used to run Magento.