There is an option for free hosting (limited to 1 repository per account using address username.github.io). You can also choose a paid account ($4 per user monthly) which in my option is a great choice.
Unfortunately, it is NOT possible to host server side rendering scripts, but for React you can export your react app to HTML/JS/CSS and host it on GitHub pages. Here is how it can be done:
If you use our tGymm Theme, you probably use the Class built-in custom post type. In some cases, you may need to rename it to something else. In such case, it will require some code changes. Here are all of the necessary steps:
If you use our tGymm Theme, you probably have noticed the Class Items. They include images as background for the items and fancy hover effect. In case you want to insert such items as custom content it can be easily achieved. Here are all of the necessary steps:
Most of our themes comes with Customizer options to display Phone and Email in Header. But some themes comes without such functionality (i.e. tTourism theme). If you use such theme and you want to add header phone and/or email it will require a small code change. Here are all of the necessary steps:
Here is an example of React.JS form submit. It has two Components App which renders another Component SearchBar with input. When customer fills the input field and submits it by clicking enter, the values is passed to parent component App which outputs the result to the console:
If you insert an aligned image (left or right) in your post or page content, it probably will look good under Large Screen resolutions (Desktop or Tablet screens). But under Mobile screens there could be an issue with reduced space for text around the image (screenshot above).
If you face such issue, you could check our suggestions how it can be resolved:
Our premium themes comes with built-in Google Fonts, you can navigate to Admin Panel -> Left Menu -> Appearance -> Customize -> ‘Font’ Section and select a Google Font for your theme text, menu, headings.
In case you need to add external (not listed in options) font, it will require a small config change:
By default our fClub theme displays content in two columns (1 column for actual content and right column for widget sidebar). In case you want to remove the sidebar and display content in full-width, it will require a few code changes. Here are all of the necessary steps: