If you don’t want to go through all that there is a great plugin called WPML which will allow you to translate your theme from within WordPress.
The installable files is always named after the theme, so it should be something like “theme.zip” or “theme-1.3.zip”. This is the file you’ll need to install by going to the appearance section in WordPress.
In some cases you may get complete import failures, usually due to the allowed upload limit. This is a server issue and can be resolved by your host, or by yourself. If you want to resolve it yourself you’ll need to create a file in the wp-admin directory of your WordPress installation. The file should be named “.htaccess” and it should have the following content:
php_value upload_max_filesize 8M php_value post_max_size 8M
For the full-width sliders we started out with the third test slider, this should be a full-width one. Modify images and text and take a look at the timing and animation to learn how the system works. It takes some time and practice to master, but it’s well worth the time!