Mura CMS is an open-source Web Content Management System that is built with one focused purpose in mind to make it easier and faster for people to build and update websites. Whether you need to do something as simple as adding a news release or as complex as integrating website data with an enterprise CRM system, Mura CMS provides a clear and complete toolkit.
You can learn more about Mura CMS here.
Following are the upload requirements for Mura Theme submission:
- Submissions may also optionally include Layered PSD files to allow users to customize the theme images.
- The item must include documentation.
- Item previews must include rendered screenshots of all template layouts.
- You must provide a URL to a live preview demonstrating your theme’s functionality on your own server.
- The item description must list and link to any non-standard or third-party party fonts/scripts/assets used in your theme. If you include the third-party fonts/scripts/assets in your theme .ZIP package, ensure you have the legal rights to do so.
- Include a message to the reviewer in the upload comment box specifying if your Mura Theme is based off one of your existing ThemeForest items (e.g. a Wordpress Theme or Site Template), including a link to the existing item.
Following are the technical requirements for Mura Theme submission:
- New submissions and theme updates must be compatible with the latest public minor release of Mura.
- You must follow the theme coding guidelines outlined here.
- The main theme folder must be the name of your theme.
- Only Mura-installed files and directories should be in the document root, specifically:
Following are the documentation requirements for Mura Theme submissions:
- You must provide sufficient documentation to help customers with installation, setup, and customization.
- The full installation process of the theme must be documented.
- Sample content and any advanced styling/layout instructions must be included in the documentation.
- Any non-standard or third-party fonts/scripts/assets used in your theme must be listed, linked to, and appropriately credited in the documentation.
- Theme version notes must be documented, including:
- Version number
- Date of release
- List of all updates and fixes included in the release
- Past version history
Refer to the ThemeForest General File Preparation Guidelines for instructions on how to format your documentation.