From your WordPress Dashboard, go toThis option allows you to upload a Custom Logo to replace the default theme logo/title text. The dimensions are purely up to you, however it should not exceed 300 pixels wide, or 100 pixels tall. Click on Browse to upload an image file from your hard-drive, or enter the URL of your image file if it is hosted elsewhere.
FaviconThis option allows you to upload a favicon, which is the tiny icon displayed in the browser address bar when visitors view your site. The dimensions should be 16 x 16 pixels. Click on Browse to upload an image file from your hard-drive, or enter the URL of your image file if it is hosted elsewhere. You can upload as many logos as you like and then simply switch to the one you prefer by clicking on the thumbnail. For best results, your favicon should be a .gif or 24-bit .png. You should not use a .jpg as it will probably not display.
Custom Login LogoClick Browse to select a custom login logo, which is displayed on the WordPress admin login page. Recommended dimensions are 326px by 82px
Facebook Sharing OptionsThis option allows you to disable the theme's OpenGraph support if you are using a plugin that duplicates the feature and does not allow disabling it. If left on, you may set a default site image for Facebook to use if it cannot find a featured image on the page or post being shared. Your image must be at least 200px by 200px. View this article for more on Facebook OpenGraph and how it works in your theme.
Select Disabled in this menu if you want to hide the breadcrumb bar at the top of posts. Breadcrumbs look like this:
Post Meta & Content Display
These settings control which post meta is displayed in posts.
- Show Date: Uncheck to hide the date
- Show Author: Uncheck to hide the author link
- Show Tags: Uncheck to hide tags
- Show Social Sharing: Uncheck to hide social sharing. Note that custom social widget codes will appear regardless of this setting.
- Next/Previous Posts: enable the next and previous post links on posts
Select a Content Length from the menu. This affects how much content is generated for the category/blog/post list pages.
If Full Post Content is selected, you may use the More tag to manually set a cut-off point and full content will be displayed including images or embeds prior to the cut-off. Read More links are not shown when Full Content is enabled!
These settings control which post meta is displayed in default or full-width pages.
- Show Date: check to show the date
- Show Author: check to show the author link
- Show Social Sharing: check to show social sharing. Note that custom social widget codes will appear regardless of this setting.
eCommerce Category Image
Use this option to enable or disable the Product Category image from displaying on your Category pages in the shop. Disabling this will still allow you to use the Product Category widget to display the images in widget areas.
This field allows you to enter any Custom CSS overrides used to customize the theme beyond simple color changes. Add any styles from the style.css or create your own here. Content in this field is saved to the database, so you won’t lose changes if reinstalling the theme.
Never copy/paste the entire theme stylesheet into this box! Only copy the individual styles and properties you are changing. For tips on using your Browser’s inspector to help with this process, see How to Find the ID or class name for an element to use in Custom CSS
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Custom RSS URL
Enter the URL to your custom feed, such as Feedburner if you have one. If left blank, the default WordPress RSS URLs will be used.
Click Save Changes, then click the Site Layout tab
Site Layout Tab
Home Page Layout
Click the thumbnail corresponding to the layout you prefer for the home page. This is explained in detail in the previous article Setup Your Homepage
Choose between a boxed or full-width layout. Like the thumbnails depict, “boxed” means the initial width of the site is set to a specific width and the background shows on both sides.
Choose which side you would like your site sidebar to display on posts and pages. Alternatively hide it completely on all pages.
Shop Sidebar Layout
Choose which side you would like your site sidebar to display on shop pages and products. Alternatively hide it completely on all pages.
If you choose No sidebar, you will need to ensure your WooCommerce image settings are adjusted!
Click Save Changes, then click the Header tab
Top Header Bar
- Choose to enable or disable the Contact Header bar along the top of the page. This bar is needed to show elements such as social links, the header cart, and top menu.
- Choose whether to enable or disable the search function in the Top Header Bar
- If enabled, enter the desired information. Fields left blank will not be shown.
- Phone Number: Enter your full phone number with country code – mainly used by businesses and shops
- Email: enter your email using the following format: email@example.com
- Enter full URLs for each social profile.
Choose whether to show or hide the Header Cart (Shopping bag tab at top right of site). If you have WooCommerce installed, we recommend you leave this enabled.
Title Banner Display
Choose whether or not to display the banner under the header containing the Title on posts and pages.
- Title Description
Page Title Description
Select whether or not to display a description below the page titles throughout the site
Enter a custom label for the menu button if desired. Default is “Menu”. For no label, leave the field blank. You need this even if your theme uses the expanded menu.
Click Save Changes, then click the Footer tab
Site Wide Call to Action
These settings control the site wide call to action at the bottom of the website, which is a ribbon containing a tagline and a button.
- Check Show Site Wide Call to Action to enable it
- Enter a short but of text into the Text field.
- Enter the word you want to use on the button in the Button Text field. If this is left blank, default text will be used.
- Enter the URL to go to in the Button Link field. If this is left blank, the button will not appear.
Custom Footer Text
This section gives you some control over the copyright area of the footer. You can put simple HTML in this field such as links or small images.
Hide Back to Top
Set this to Yes if you don’t want the back to top button to show. In most cases, this should be left enabled unless it conflicts with a plugin’s visual placement.
Hide Obox Logo
All of our themes come with an Obox Logo at the bottom right of the footer. To switch this off, simply uncheck the box (although you get extra awesome points for leaving it on!)
If you would like a quick and painless way to implement Google Analytics, paste your preferred tracking code into this text area. Your code will then be inserted into the footer of the theme, which is best for performance reasons. Learn more about Google Analytics here.