Landing Page Documentation


Thank you for purchasing Landing Page. Within this manual we will show you how to manage a template, edit it, set up and create a ready-to-use website. We did our best to simplify this instruction and make it clear and easy to use.

What is Landing Page?

Landing Page stands for a high-quality page, coded manually. Page content consists of HTML code and dynamic animation is added by using JavaScript.


Before proceeding with Landing Page installation, you need to prepare. It is recommended to follow steps, listed below:


We recommend that you download all the required software to edit Landing Page. Software Required is listed at template preview page.

Technical requirements might differ depending on specific template, therefore we will list the most basic ones:

  1. First, you'll need proper unzipping software for password-protected package extracting. You may use WinZip 9+ (Windows) and Stuffit Expander 10+ (Mac). This is a mandatory software.
  2. You might also require Adobe Photoshop (v. CS3 or higher). It is used for source .PSD file editing and is needful in case of graphic design changes performing or template images editing.
  3. You should also use code editor, i. e. Sublime Text, Notepad++, Atom, etc. for template file source code editing.
  4. For files uploading to server FTP manager will be also needed, like FileManager at your hosting control panel or desktop applications, such as Total Commander, FileZilla, CuteFTP, etc.


You can run index.html file directly from your site folder, but it won't let you explore all template functionality. You should upload template to hosting server in order to display a fully working website correctly.

In case you have existing server already, please check if it meets Landing Page requirements, listed at template preview page. For most templates PHP 5.4+ version is the only one required.

You may also install Landing Page to your computer locally by using localhost. In order to set up local server you may use WAMP, AppServ, MAMP or any similar software. All of them are installed same as regular application.

Feel free to check the following tutorials on how to set up local server:

Files structure

After template extracting you'll see the following files & folders structure:
  • documentation
    includes template's documentation files (on template editing and setup).
    • documentation.html
      main documentation file. You are reading it at the moment.
  • screenshots
    includes template's sceenshots. They are not intended to be used at live site.
  • site
    includes template's page as .html file.
    • bat
      includes .php script for contact form.
    • css
      includes all .css files, used in template.
    • images
      includes all images, used in .html files.
    • js
      includes JavaScript libraries and jQuery plugins.
  • sources
    includes template's source files.
    • psd
      includes .psd Adobe Photoshop files.
    • sass
      includes .scss SASS files, used in template.
  • info.txt
    includes information on a password-protected "sources" folder.


Template's HTML and CSS files are semantically correct. However, some issues may appear while checking code via W3C service. It is related to CSS3 and HTML5 properties usage. We would like to provide you with the most user-friendly product of high quality, for this purpose it is required to implement latest rules, not yet adopted as standard. They are working totally cross-browser, just may be still not recognized as valid.