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Before we can really get started configuring Clean Cut, you need to add content to WordPress. There are a few of different content types that you can create with Clean Cut:
- Posts: Create standard posts for your blog, news, etc, divided by categories
- Pages: static posts that do not have categories.
- Products: Custom post type for showcasing products, with a link to your external purchase point (such as Paypal)
- Services: Special post type that allows you to create specially formatted pages for showcasing services
Each of these content items have a page where you can display the posts in a special format, and a sub page which displays the individual posts. For example, the shop will list all the products you’ve created , and when you click on a specific product it will display the product details and Buy Now button.
Once you’ve populated the relevant post types with information you can then add them to your homepage via the Appearance → Widgets section in your WordPress administration area.
Clean Cut Image Sizes
For best results, upload images at least 555 pixels wide for display in the slider, posts and products, or 880 pixels wide for full-width pages.
If you prefer to pre-load our demo content into your theme, right click the below link and choose Save As.
The demo file cannot setup the theme or widgets for you, so please continue with the setup documentation to learn how to master your theme.
To use this file:
- Unzip the downloaded package to find the XML.
- Upload this file under Tools → Import → WordPress.
- If prompted to install the plugin, follow the steps to install and activate.
- Browse to the file and upload.
- Check the box to import the demo media. Note that some images may not download, so you will need to edit those posts to add your own.
Even if you load the demo content, we recommend you go through the next few sections on how to use the various content types, or you can skip to Configuring Theme Options.