Avada Hosting Demo

Avada comes with lots of 1-click demos you can install and be set to go. One of those is a Hosting Company demo. If you run a hosting business (or are thinking on running one) then templates like Avada can make your life much easier when thinking on designing and creating your website.

Check the Avada Hosting Demo

Link to the Avada Hosting demo

If you want to check out more Avada demos you can do it here

Theme-Fusion (Avada Parent Company) also recommend some hosting companies for your Avada Hosting template (matrix moment). Although I don’t agree with many, here is the list

BlueHost

Bluehost offers a simple onboarding experience with pre-installs of WordPress, WooCommerce, our Storefront theme and dedicated IP and SSL to get you up and running fast. All backed by 24/7 support by in-house WordPress experts. Take advantage of this special discounted offer for WooCommerce users!

WPEngine

WP Engine is the leading WordPress digital experience platform at the intersection of software innovation and service. They provide the perfect platform for brands to create remarkable sites and apps on WordPress, that drive businesses forward faster.

Do you need help importing the Avada Hosting Demo to your website? Here are some insights

The easiest way to import our demo content is to use our Demo Content Importer. You can access this after you register your purchase via Token Registration. Our importer will give you all pages and posts, several sample sliders, widgets, Fusion Theme Options, assigned pages, and more.

Step 1 – Navigate to the Avada > Demos tab in your admin sidebar.

Step 2 – Select the Avada demo you wish to import. You’ll do this by hovering over the demo’s image and clicking the “Import” button you see on hover (as seen in the above example image). That will launch a popup where you can make additional selections.

Step 3 – Take note of the top section of the demo popup image. There you’ll see a list of required plugins for the import to be successful. If all the plugins have “ Active ” beside them, then you’re ready to import. There will be a red notice of “Activate” or “Install” if either actions are needed. View screenshot here.

Step 4 – Choose what content to import. Your selection can range from “All”, which will be the full demo content, to just pages, posts, FAQs, or any combination of those content options. Once you’ve made your selections, click “Import” to start the process. It can take a few minutes to import everything. Please be patient and wait for it to complete. Once complete, the loading bar will become a “Done” button. Click the button to close the popup and complete the process.

Step 5 – This is an optional step and not necessary if you’re planning to replace the demo images with your own. After importing, you can Regenerate Thumbnails to create all the theme generated sizes of these images. To do this, install and active the Regenerate Thumbnails plugin, then go to the Tools > Regen. Thumbnails tab in your WP Admin sidebar and choose ‘Regenerate All Thumbnails’. This will regenerate all images and allow the theme to use specific image dimensions in various areas for a cleaner layout. This may take a moment to complete.

https://theme-fusion.com/documentation/avada/demos/importing-avada-demos/

If you are looking for sites running the Avada Hosting demo or any other Avada demo, then here are some links

http://greektv.com/

https://saddlebackridertraining.com/

http://www.yellowmarineconsultancy.com/

http://www.cheyannecontracting.com/

You can find more Avada demos over here

There are also some companies which help you with the installation and hosting of Avada. Here is one I found