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Theme Options Overview

Every theme from us comes with standard Theme Options. You can access them by:

  1. Install and activate a Premium Theme from us.
  2. Login to your Admin Panel
  3. Navigate to Left Menu -> Appearance -> Customize
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  4. The newly opened page contains Left Menu with different Sections and a preview screen (if you apply a change in the left menu, the new change will be displayed in the preview screen).
  5. You can change some of the theme options from the left menu.
  6. Click on ‘Save & Publish’ button to apply the changes to your website.

Here’s more information about the different Customize sections:

  1. ‘General’ Sections contains different options:
    • Website Layout – you can choose between ‘wide’ and ‘boxed’
    • Code before </head> tag – Sometimes it’s necessary to add some code before head closing tag, i.e. Google Webmaster Tools verification code. It can be done easy from theme options instead of editing theme files – juts enter your code in this text area and save changes.
    • Code before </body> tag – The entered code here will be added before the body closing tag of your website.
    • Tracking Code (i.e. Google Analytics) – A separated text area where you can add your tracking javascript code.
    • Show Author Info After Single Posts – When it’s checked the Author Info Box (a box with information about an author) after all single posts.
    • Show Social Sharing After Single Posts – When it’s checked a list with social icons for sharing will be displayed after single post pages.
    • Show Author Info After Single Pages – When it’s checked the Author Info Box after all single pages.
    • Show Social Sharing After Single Pages – When it’s checked a list with social icons for sharing will be displayed after single pages pages.
    • Display Author Links for Posts – the author link will be displayed to the posts content.
    • Display Author Links for Pages – the author link will be displayed to the pages content.
  2. ‘Colors’ Section – contains options to customize the theme colors. You can learn more in Customize Theme Colors article.
  3. ‘Header Image (Logo)’ Section – contains options to customize your website header logo. You can learn more in Header Logo article.
  4. ‘Header and Footer’ Section – contains different options to customize your website’s header and footer:
    • Display Social Icons in Header – when it’s checked the social icons (with URLs set in ‘Social’ Section) will be displayed in your website header.
    • Open Header Social Icons in a new window – when it’s checked the header social sites URLs will opened in new windows.
    • Show Breadcrumb in Header – when it’s checked a breadcrumb will be displayed in the page header section in your website
    • Page Header Background Image – you can customize the page header section by setting a background image to it.
    • Number of Columns in Footer – you can choose between none, 1, 2, 3, and 4 columns to be displayed in your website footer.
    • Display Social Icons in Footer – when it’s checked the social icons (with URLs set in ‘Social’ Section) will be displayed in your website footer.
    • Open Footer Social Icons in a new window– when it’s checked the footer social sites URLs will opened in new windows.
    • Copyright Text in Footer – the Copyright text that will be displayed in your website footer.
  5. ‘Home Page’ Section – contains options to customize your website homepage:
    • Display Slider – when it’s checked the Slider will be displayed.
    • Display Latest Posts – when it’s checked the latest post (or static page content) will be displayed.
    • Display Sidebar – when it’s checked the sidebar widget area will be displayed.
    • Number of Columns – you can choose between none, 1, 2, 3, and 4 columns to be displayed in your website homepage.
    • Homepage Above Columns Background Image – image to be add as a background to the Above Columns Widget Area.
    • Homepage Above Columns Background Image Fix Position – when it’s checked the background image of Above Columns Widget Area while scrolling.
    • Homepage Columns Background Image – image to be add as a background to the Homepage Columns Widget Area.
    • Homepage Columns Background Image Fix Position – when it’s checked the background image of Homepage Columns Widget Area while scrolling.
    • Homepage Below Columns Background Image – image to be add as a background to the Homepage Below Columns Widget Area.
    • Homepage Below Columns Background Image Fix Position – when it’s checked the background image of Homepage Below Columns Widget Area while scrolling.
  6. ‘Slider’ Section – contains options to customize your homepage slider:
    • Slider Height (Large Resolution) – the slider height in pixels for large screen resolution (screen width larger than 800 px).
    • Slider Height (Small Resolution) – the slider height in pixels for small screen resolution (screen width lower than 800 px).
    • Display slide #1 in the slider – when it’s checked the slide No. 1 will be displayed to the slider.
    • Slide #1 Title in the slider – title of the slide No. 1
    • Slide #1 Text in the slider – text of the slide No. 1
    • Slide #1 URL in the slider – URL of the slide No. 1
    • Slide #1 URL Text in the slider – the link text of the URL in slide No. 1
    • Display slide #2 in the slider – when it’s checked the slide No. 2 will be displayed to the slider.
    • Slide #2 Title in the slider – title of the slide No. 2
    • Slide #2 Text in the slider – text of the slide No. 2
    • Slide #2 URL in the slider – URL of the slide No. 2
    • Slide #2 URL Text in the slider – the link text of the URL in slide No. 2
    • Display slide #10 in the slider – when it’s checked the slide No. 10 will be displayed to the slider.
    • Slide #10 Title in the slider – title of the slide No. 10
    • Slide #10 Text in the slider – text of the slide No. 10
    • Slide #10 URL in the slider – URL of the slide No. 10
    • Slide #10 URL Text in the slider – the link text of the URL in slide No. 10
  7. ‘Social Sites’ Section – contains settings for your social sites:
    • Facebook – when the URL is set, the Facebook icon will in add when the social sites are displayed (header, footer, widgets, etc.)
    • Google+ – when the URL is set, the Google+ icon will in add when the social sites are displayed (header, footer, widgets, etc.)
    • Twitter – when the URL is set, the Twitter icon will in add when the social sites are displayed (header, footer, widgets, etc.)
    • LinkedIn – when the URL is set, the LinkedIn icon will in add when the social sites are displayed (header, footer, widgets, etc.)
    • Instagram – when the URL is set, the Instagram icon will in add when the social sites are displayed (header, footer, widgets, etc.)
    • RSS Feeds – when the URL is set, the RSS Feeds icon will in add when the social sites are displayed (header, footer, widgets, etc.)
    • Tumblr – when the URL is set, the Tumblr icon will in add when the social sites are displayed (header, footer, widgets, etc.)
    • YouTube channel – when the URL is set, the YouTube icon will in add when the social sites are displayed (header, footer, widgets, etc.)
    • Pinterest – when the URL is set, the Pinterest icon will in add when the social sites are displayed (header, footer, widgets, etc.)
    • VK – when the URL is set, the VK icon will in add when the social sites are displayed (header, footer, widgets, etc.)
    • Flickr – when the URL is set, the Flickr icon will in add when the social sites are displayed (header, footer, widgets, etc.)
    • Vine – when the URL is set, the Vine icon will in add when the social sites are displayed (header, footer, widgets, etc.)
  8. ‘Lightbox’ Section – contains options to customize the built-in Lightbox functionality:
    • Globally Enable Lightbox functionality – when it’s checked the Lightbox will be enabled to your website.
    • Enable on Home Page – when it’s checked the Lightbox will be enabled in your website homepage.
    • Enable on Blog Index Page – when it’s checked the Lightbox will be enabled in your blog index page.
    • Enable on Posts – when it’s checked the Lightbox will be enabled in your posts pages.
    • Enable on Pages – when it’s checked the Lightbox will be enabled in your website pages.
    • Enable on Archive – when it’s checked the Lightbox will be enabled in your website archive pages.
    • Group Items – when it’s checked the Lightbox images will be grouped when they are displayed with the script.
  9. ‘Thumbnails’ Section – contains options to customize the posts thumbnails:
    • Globally Enable Thumbnails functionality – when it’s checked the thumbnails will be added to the posts display.
    • Thumbnail image size in Index Pages – you can choose between ‘none’, ‘thumbnail’, ‘medium’, ‘large’, and ‘full’ sizes of thumbnail images to be displayed in posts index pages.
    • Link Thumbnails to Single Post URLs – when it’s checked the thumbnail image will link to the corresponding post.
    • Display in Single Post – when it’s checked the thumbnails will be added to the post pages.
    • Thumbnail image size in Single Posts – you can choose between ‘none’, ‘thumbnail’, ‘medium’, ‘large’, and ‘full’ sizes of thumbnail images to be displayed in posts single pages.
  10. ‘Contacts’ Section – contains options to customize the contact details in your website:
    • Center Google Map Latitude – the latitude coordinate of the contacts map (added in Contacts Page template and Google Map widget).
    • Center Google Map Longitude – the longitude coordinate of the contacts map (added in Contacts Page template and Google Map widget).
    • Office #1 Name – the name of Office No. 1 listed in the Contacts Widget.
    • Office #1 Latitude – the latitude coordinate of Office No. 1 displayed as marker in the Google Map.
    • Office #1 Longitude – the longitude coordinate of Office No. 1 displayed as marker in the Google Map.
    • Office #1 Address – the address of Office No. 1 listed in the Contacts Widget.
    • Office #1 Phone – the phone of Office No. 1 listed in the Contacts Widget.
    • Office #1 Email – the email of Office No. 1 listed in the Contacts Widget.
    • Office #2 Name – the name of Office No. 2 listed in the Contacts Widget.
    • Office #2 Latitude – the latitude coordinate of Office No. 2 displayed as marker in the Google Map.
    • Office #2 Longitude – the longitude coordinate of Office No. 2 displayed as marker in the Google Map.
    • Office #2 Address – the address of Office No. 2 listed in the Contacts Widget.
    • Office #2 Phone – the phone of Office No. 2 listed in the Contacts Widget.
    • Office #2 Email – the email of Office No. 2 listed in the Contacts Widget.
    • Office #20 Name – the name of Office No. 20 listed in the Contacts Widget.
    • Office #20 Latitude – the latitude coordinate of Office No. 20 displayed as marker in the Google Map.
    • Office #20 Longitude – the longitude coordinate of Office No. 20 displayed as marker in the Google Map.
    • Office #20 Address – the address of Office No. 20 listed in the Contacts Widget.
    • Office #20 Phone – the phone of Office No. 20 listed in the Contacts Widget.
    • Office #20 Email – the email of Office No. 20 listed in the Contacts Widget.
  11. ‘404 Not Found Page’ – contains options to customize the Not found page:
    • Image – an image to be displayed to the Not found page.
    • Title – the title to be displayed to the Not found page.
    • Content – the content to be displayed to the Not found page.
  12. ‘WooCommerce’ – contains options to customize the WooCommerce settings:
    • Display WooCommerce Sidebar – when it’s checked the WooCommerce sidebar will be displayed in the Shop page.
    • Products per Page – the number of the products to be displayed per page of the Shop page.