Gallery post

Each theme puts a unique emphasis on your media and provides a simple and intuitive interface for managing galleries.

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Standard post

It’s a basic post, without gallery, featured image or video before the content. Post Format is set to “Standard” by default.

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Social Media

You can specify links to your profiles in social networks and your RSS-feed in Appearance > Customize > Social Media section. The corresponding icons will appear on your site.

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Fonts and Subsets

You can choose the font you want from Google Webfonts and easily add them to the theme.

Just enter the name of any Google Font, wait for a few seconds – and you’ll see the result in a live preview.

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Adding Your Logo

Go to Appearance > Customize. You’ll see the General tab. Click upload and navigate to the file on your hard disk.

You may limit the logo width, if you wish to download a larger logo for Retina screens.

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Adding Widgets

WordPress Widgets add content and features to your Sidebars or other Widget Areas on your site. Widget Areas may vary depending on the theme.

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Adding Menus

To create a custom menu, go to Appearance > Menus in your WordPress admin area. Depending on the theme, there are could be a few menu locations, for example Primary Navigation, Mobile Navigation and Footer Navigation.

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Demo Import

If you wish to import demo content, use import.xml file. You may find it in /demo folder if you unzip the full theme package named YourTheme_All_Files.zip.

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Installing Plugins

Plugins extend and expand the functionality of WordPress. You may automatically install plugins from the WordPress Plugin Directory or upload a plugin in .zip format via Plugins > Add New > Upload Plugin section.

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