Nozama Lite

Theme installation

The easiest way to install the theme, is by accessing your WordPress admin panel, then go to Appearance > Themes.

Click the Add New button on the top of the page.

add_new

In the next screen type the theme’s name in the search box

When the search results appear, hover over the theme and click Install

Once the installation finishes click activate and the theme is ready to use.

Installing WooCommerce

To enable eCommerce functionality for your website you need to install and activate the WooCommerce plugin by WooThemes. You can download the plugin free of charge from the WordPress Plugin Repository.

Go to Plugins > Add New and search for WooCommerce. Once the results come back, click the Install Now button.

wc_install

Once the installation is finished, click the Activate button to activate the plugin.

wc_activate

For detailed installation and usage instructions please refer to the plugin’s documentation.

Once you have installed and activated the WooCommerce plugin please install its pages by clicking on the button that WooCommerce provides on its banner. This will likely create a duplicate of some pages along with the pages install by the sample content but its a needed step. You can delete the old pages that came with the sample content or use them instead by going to WooCommerce > Settings > Pages and assign them anew.

Image Sizes

The minimum recommended image sizes for Nozama are:

  • Post thumbnail: 960x540px
  • Item thumbnail: 630x355px
  • Media Item thumbnail: 520x520px
  • Media Small Item thumbnail: 90x90px
  • Full Width single image: 1290x750px
  • Hero Image: 1920x300px
  • Large Item block: 910x510px
  • Long Item block: 1920x215px
  • Medium Item block: 630x3450px
  • Xtra Large Item block: 1290x725px

Useful Plugins

These plugins provide functionality and features used directly (or not) by the Theme. It is recommended to install and activate them before importing your sample content.

  • WPForms use this plugin to create a contact form, then copy the shortcode it gives you and paste it in an empty page.
  • WP Instagram Widget: Use this plugin to help you display your Instagram feed in any of the theme’s sidebars.
  • MaxSlider : Use this plugin to help you create custom sliders and use them anywhere you wish shortcodes.
  • One Click Import : Use this plugin to help you import your content with just one click.

Importing Sample Content using One Click Import

To automate the process of importing and for a better experience we have natively included support for OneClick Import Plugin. Let install it fist:

From your WordPress dashboard

  1. Visit ‘Plugins > Add New’,
  2. Search for ‘One Click Demo Import’ and install the plugin,
  3. Activate ‘One Click Demo Import’ from your Plugins page.

From WordPress.org

  1. Download ‘One Click Demo Import’.
  2. Upload the ‘one-click-demo-import’ directory to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory, using your favorite method (ftp, sftp, scp, etc…)
  3. Activate ‘One Click Demo Import’ from your Plugins page.

Once the plugin is activated you will find the actual import page in: Appearance > Import Demo Data.

 Click on the Import demo data button and you are done!

This plugin requires PHP version of at least 5.3.x, but we recommend version 5.6.x or better yet 7.x. Please contact your hosting company and ask them to update the PHP version for your site.

Adding a new post

To add new posts to your blog, go to Posts > add new and proceed to:

  1. add a title to your post,
  2. enter the content in the editor,
  3. upload a featured image by clicking “Set featured image” on the Featured Image panel,
  4. add a category and/or tag to the post,
  5. once finished click the Publish button to publish the post.

new_post

Creating a page for your posts

To setup your blog page you can go to Pages > Add New and create a page named Blog. Then navigate to Settings > Reading and set that page as your posts page.

settings_reading

Now you can add that page to your menu to give your visitors easy access to all your posts.

Adding Products

Earlier we saw how we can install WooCommerce. Let’s take a brief look at creating products. Start by going to Products > Add Product.

new_product

  1. First we need to fill in the product title,
  2. next we will add the product’s description,
  3. click Set Product Image to add the product’s featured image and Add product gallery images to upload additional photos for the product,
  4. add categories and tags to your product to make filtering easier,
  5. in the Product Data metabox you will fill all the required product info, such as price, inventory, tax and shipping information and more,
  6. in the Product Appearance metabox you can disable the zoom on product thumbnails and add a video to the product’s gallery if you have one,
  7. fill in a short product description and finally
  8. Publish the product.

This is a brief overview of adding products to your site, the product post type is a complex one, if you haven’t worked with it before please consider reading the official documentation on how to add and manage products here.

Setup the shop page

Once you install and activate WooCommerce all the default pages will be created, including the shop listing page. To make sure this was properly configured go to WooCommerce > Settings > Products > Display and check if the Shop page is selected in the Shop Page drop down.

wp_shop_page
If the drop down is empty, locate the Shop page and select it.  If you can’t find a page named Shop, just go to Pages > Add New create one and then set it as your shop page. Add this page to your menu to give your visitors access to the product listing.

Theme Pages

Let’s start by adding the first few basic pages you are going to need. Go to Pages > Add New and create the following pages:

Front Page Page

First  create a page named Home and set to it the Front page Template from the Page Attributes drop down on the right. To add content to your front page go to Customize > Widgets or Appearance > Widgets and use the theme’s widgets to help you display your content. You will notice that in your Front page template page under the WordPress text Editor you have a Front page Options section.

Front page Options

Here, you  can select a MaxSlider Slideshow to appear instead of a hero image or choose to not have a slideshow at all.

Setting Up the Frontpage

If you want to setup the frontpage you will need to assign the page with the frontpage template as your homepage from SettingsReading. Then head over to AppearanceCustomizeWidgetsFrontpage and Add six widgets  like this:

Blog

this will be your posts page. Just create and publish a blank default page named “Blog” (or whatever you wish to name it) without adding any content, no further action needed for now. You cannot control the background image from the Layout Section of this page since it is registered by WordPress.

Full Width Page

In this page you can add any content you wish without displaying the sidebar.

Default Template

In this page you can add any content you wish as you would do in a normal page. The default template gives you the option to select a 

Customizing Your Theme

All theme customization is done via WordPress’s built in customizer. If you haven’t used it or want to learn more about it, please read this article.

Go to Appearance > Customize and you will see this

TIP: any changes you make in the tabs below will be previewed live on the site which appears in right side of the screen, however to save these changes you need to click the Save & Publish button on the top of the bar, if you have made a change but see the button grayed out (for example changed the font size of a heading), move the cursor outside the input box, for example, to the next input box, then the button should be clickable again.

Let’s take a look at the options each tab gives you.

Header Options are split into two sections.

In the Header style section  you can set the layout style your wish your header to have.

  1. Make the header full width.
  2. Enable AJAX Search Form.

In the Primary menu bar  you can select if you wish to have a sticky menu and change various display settings like the vertical padding of the menu and its text size.

  1. Change the Vertical Padding.
  2. Change the menu size.
  3. Enable/Disable the sticky menu bar.

Site Identity

Here you can  change the logo and favicon as well as the title and description. Use the appropriate fields to add your information, show or hide your site title and subtitle and upload your logo and site icon images.

Blog Settings

This tab allows you to customize your blog and post options.

In Post Options you can select which elements you wish your single blog posts to have. This includes showing or hiding the date, the featured image, the author and author box etc. Or even enabling/disabling the Lightbox option for your galleries.

In Archive options you have customize the default archive pages like category, tag and date archive pages.

  1. Show Or Hide the sidebar in your blog page.
  2. Change the Excerpt.
  3. Select a pagination method.

Colors

This tab allows you to customize the colors and background images for the entire site, the header, hero section, sidebars and the footer.Here you can add a generic Hero Image from AppearanceColorsHero or hide the hero section.

Here you can create and assign menus to the theme. To learn more about menu creation check out the Codex’s menu user guide here.

Titles

In this tab you can change the titles for various theme pages, like the blog, search and 404.

Here you can modify the credits text and your Footer Column Layout.

In the Footer Style section you can:

  1. Change the number of Columns in your footer.
  2. Make the footer Full Width.

  1. Show the bottom bar.
  2. Add a credits text.
  3. Add generic icons for Payment or brands from https://fontawesome.com/icons?d=gallery&s=brands&c=payments-shopping

Additional CSS

In this tab we host the custom CSS panel which you can use to insert styles for elements not covered in the rest of the tabs.

Other

Here you can download your sample content files.

WooCommerce

In this tab you can change the number of products on shop listing page and control your WooCommerce Settings.

Under the Product Catalog section you can;

  1. Choose what you want to render in the main shop page.
  2. Choose what you want to display in the category pages
  3. Change the default product sort
  4. Change  products per row
  5. Select how many rows of products you need per page
  6. Change the sidebar location
  7. Show or hide, categories, start ratings or hero sections in category/tag listings.

You can change also your Single Product layout from the Single Product Section. Here you can control if you need to have a sidebar or not in your products.

Widgets

Through this tab you can add widgets to the theme’s sidebars. The theme features eight widgetized areas to provide you maximum flexibility when displaying your content.

Static Front Page

Use this tab to make the Home page your static front page so you can take advantage of the homepage template we have created for you. Here you can also set the Blog page to be your default posts page.

Widgets

We have handcrafted some custom widgets to help you better display your content. You will find them under AppearanceCustomize Widgets or AppearanceWidgets

Theme(home)-Instagram

This will allow you to display your Instagram Account in your Front Page or Pre-Footer sidebar. The WP Instagram Widget must be installed and activated in order this Widget to appear

  1. Add a title for your Instagram Widget.
  2. Add your Instagram Account.
  3. Add a number of photos you wish to display.
  4. Select whether you need your images to open in the current window or open in a new tab.
  5. Change the link text.

Theme (home)-Latest Products

Here you can display your latest products either from a category or not.

  1. Add a title
  2. Add a subtitle
  3. Select if you wish a specific category you want to retrieve your latest products
  4. Select the number of products
  5. Select the output columns

Theme-Latest Posts

This widget is built to help you display your latest posts  in any widget area you wish.

  1. Add a title.
  2. Add a subtitle.
  3. Select the category your need to display the latests posts from.
  4. Show random posts instead.
  5. Change the post number.
  6. Adjust the number of columns for your content.
  7. Show carousel like widget with your posts.

Theme (home)-Woocommerce Categories

This widget will display various layout of selected categories.

  1. Add a title
  2. Add a subtitle
  3. Select the proper layout for your products
  4. Add categories as Layout items

Theme-Social Icons

This widget displays your site’s social icons. In order to set them up, you need to visit Appearance > Customize > Social Networks and provide the appropriate URLs where desired.

Theme(home)-Post Type Items

This widget is built to help you display any post you wish  in your Homepage Widget  area.

  1. Add a title.
  2. Select the post type.
  3. Select the output columns.
  4. Add the Item you wish to output.
  5. Select the Item from the dropdown menu.

Blockchain Lite

About

Blockchain is free Business theme.

WordPress theme installation

The easiest way to install the theme, is by accessing your WordPress admin panel, then go to Appearance > Themes.

Click the Add New button on the top of the page.

add_new

In the next screen type the theme’s name in the search box.

When the search results appear, hover over the theme and click Install

Once the installation finishes click activate and the theme is ready to use.

Image Sizes

The recommended image sizes are:

Post Thumbnail: 850x567px
Media Item:  555x400px
Media Item Tall:  555px in width and unlimited in height
Media Item small: 80x80px
Full width: 1140x650px
Hero image: 1920x500px
Slide: 1920x850px

 Useful Plugins

These plugins provide functionality and features used directly (or not) by the Theme. So, it is recommended to install and activate them before importing your sample content.

  • Blockchain Specific plugin: You will be asked to auto install this plugin when installing the site. You can find this under your theme /plugins/ folder.
  • One Click Import  Use this plugin to help you import your content with just one click.
  • MaxSlider  Use this plugin to help you create custom sliders and use them anywhere you wish shortcodes.
  • Elementor  A free page builder that delivers high-end page designs and advanced capabilities.
  • WPForms use this plugin to create a contact form, then copy the shortcode it gives you and paste it in an empty page.
  • WP Instagram Widget: Use this plugin to help you display your Instagram feed in any of the theme’s sidebars. This plugin is mandatory if you wish to display your Instagram images.
  • Woocommerce: Enable eCommerce functionality for your website.

Importing Sample Content using One Click Import

To automate the process of importing and for a better experience we have natively included support for OneClick Import Plugin. Let install it fist:

From your WordPress dashboard

  1. Visit ‘Plugins > Add New’,
  2. Search for ‘One Click Demo Import’ and install the plugin,
  3. Activate ‘One Click Demo Import’ from your Plugins page.

From WordPress.org

  1. Download ‘One Click Demo Import’.
  2. Upload the ‘one-click-demo-import’ directory to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory, using your favorite method (ftp, sftp, scp, etc…)
  3. Activate ‘One Click Demo Import’ from your Plugins page.

Once the plugin is activated you will find the actual import page in: Appearance > Import Demo Data.

 Click on the Import demo data button and you are done!

This plugin requires PHP version of at least 5.3.x, but we recommend version 5.6.x or better yet 7.x. Please contact your hosting company and ask them to update the PHP version for your site.

Importing sample content

To get the sample content file you can click the link in the notice that will appear on your dashboard immediately after activating the theme.

download_sample

Extract the zip file you downloaded and upload the xml file in Tools > Import > WordPress (if not already present, you will be prompted to install the WordPress importer plugin), asking the authors to an existing user and make sure you check the “import attachments” box. You can now import the sample content. You can also find your sample content files under Appearance > Customize > Other

Importing widgets

You can also import the widgets you see on the theme’s demo. To do that, you need the Widget Importer & Exporter plugin. To install it go to Plugins > Add new search for Widget Importer exporter and install the plugin. Activate it and go to Tools > Widget Importer & Exporter click choose file and upload the lense_widgets.wie file which is located in the sample content zip file, click Import widgets and you are good to go.
WARNING: As this will create posts, pages, custom post types, categories, widgets, etc. and change various system settings, it is strongly advised that you do this on a clean WordPress installation, without any previous and/or precious data. Under no circumstances we can be held responsible for total or partial data loss, so please be careful.

Installing WooCommerce

To enable eCommerce functionality for your website you need to install and activate the WooCommerce plugin by WooThemes. You can download the plugin free of charge from the WordPress Plugin Repository.

Go to Plugins > Add New and search for WooCommerce. Once the results come back, click the Install Now button.

wc_install

Once the installation is finished, click the Activate button to activate the plugin.

wc_activate

For detailed installation and usage instructions please refer to the plugin’s documentation.

Once you have installed and activated the WooCommerce plugin please install its pages by clicking on the button that WooCommerce provides on its banner. This will likely create a duplicate of some pages along with the pages install by the sample content but its a needed step. You can delete the old pages that came with the sample content or use them instead by going to WooCommerce > Settings > Pages and assign them anew.

Theme pages

Let’s start by adding the first few basic pages you are going to need. Go to Pages > Add New and create the following pages:

Blog

This will be your posts page. Just create and publish a blank default page named “Blog” (or whatever you wish to name it) without adding any content, no further action needed for now.

Full Width Page

In this page you can add any content you wish without displaying the sidebar.

Default Page

In this page you can add any content you wish but the the sidebar. You can select under Sidebar section where you need your sidebar to appear

Page builder template

The theme comes bundled with a page builder template which allows you to use your favorite page builder plugin on it and create unique layouts very easily.

To use that template start by going to Pages > Add New. This will create a new page. Add a title to your page and select the Page builder template from the template drop down in the Page Attributes metabox.

That’s it. You can now start building your page using a page builder of your choice. On the theme’s demo we have used extensively the Elementor page builder plugin.

Customizing Your Theme

All theme customization is done via WordPress’s built in customizer. If you haven’t used it or want to learn more about it, please read this article.

Go to Appearance > Customize and you will see this

TIP: any changes you make in the tabs below will be previewed live on the site which appears in right side of the screen, however to save these changes you need to click the Save & Publish button on the top of the bar, if you have made a change but see the button grayed out (for example changed the font size of a heading), move the cursor outside the input box, for example, to the next input box, then the button should be clickable again.

Let’s take a look at the options each tab gives you.

Header Options are split into three sections.

In the Header style section  you can set the logo layout you wish your header to have and make it full width.

Under the Top menu bar you can add some custom text to it like your email or phone number. as well as select whether you need to show or not Search module or your social Icons.

In the Primary menu bar  you can select if you wish to have a sticky menu and change various display settings like the vertical padding of the menu and its text size.

Site Identity

Here you can  change the logo and favicon as well as the title and description. Use the appropriate fields to add your information, show or hide your site title and subtitle and upload your logo and site icon images.

Blog Settings

This tab allows you to customize your blog and post options.

Under Post Options you can select which elements you wish your single blog posts to have. This includes showing or hiding the date, the featured image, the author and author box etc. Or even enabling/disabling the Lightbox option for your galleries.

In Archive options you have customize the default WordPress archive pages like category, tag, etc.

  1. Change the Layout by selecting in how many columns you need your content to appear.
  2. Enable Masonry effect in case you have articles with different content and featured image height.
  3. Select the article excerpt length.
  4. Select a pagination method.

Colors

This tab allows you to customize the colors and background images for the entire site, the top bar and header, hero section, sidebars and the footer.

Typography

Through this tab you can control the font size of key theme elements, such as headings, body and widgets. If you want to change the default Theme fonts have a look here.

Here you can create and assign menus to the theme. To learn more about menu creation check out the Codex’s menu user guide here.

Titles

In this tab you can change the titles for various theme pages, like the blog, search and 404 as well as for your related items in single Portfolio.

Social Networks

In this section You can add your Social Network URLs. These icons will be displayed in the Theme-Social Icons Widget automatically.

Here you can modify the credits text and your Footer Column Layout.

Additional CSS

In this tab we host the custom CSS panel which you can use to insert styles for elements not covered in the rest of the tabs.

Other

Here you can download your sample content files.

Widgets

Through this tab you can add widgets to the theme’s sidebars. The theme features eight Sidebar Areas in order to provide the best option to display your content.

Static Front Page

Use this tab to make the Home page your static front page so you can take advantage of the homepage template we have created for you.

Woocommerce

In this tab you can change the number of products on shop listing page and control your Woocommerce Settings.

Widgets

We have handcrafted some custom widgets to help you better display your content. You will find them under Appearance > Customize > Widgets or Appearance > Widgets

Theme-Latest Post Type

This widget is built to help you display your latest posts  in any widget area you wish.

  1. Add a title.
  2. Select the post type you want to get the latest items.
  3. Check if you need random posts instead.
  4. Add the number of posts.

Theme-Social Icons

This widget displays your site’s social icons. In order to set them up, you need to visit Appearance > Customize > Social Networks and provide the appropriate URLs where desired.

How to use the page builder template

The theme comes bundled with a page builder template which allows you to use your favorite page builder plugin on it and create unique layouts very easily.

To use that template start by going to Pages > Add New. This will create a new page. Add a title to your page and select the Page builder template from the template drop down in the Page Attributes metabox.

 

That’s it. You can now start building your page using the page builder of your choice, once done publish it and check it out.

Next Steps

Still have questions or problems setting up your CSSIgniter Theme? We will be happy to help you out in our support forums

Public Opinion Lite

About

Public Opinion Lite  is a free Magazine, News & editorial  WordPress theme.

Quick Installation

WordPress theme installation

The easiest way to install the theme is by accessing your WordPress admin panel, then go to Appearance > Themes. Select the Install Themes tab and click the Upload link located just below the tab’s name. Click on Browse… and select the WordPress theme zip file you just downloaded. Then click the Install Now button, and after a few seconds, your new theme should be installed. Click activate and the theme is ready to use.
In order to install the theme manually, or in case you have trouble installing it through the admin panel, you have to unzip the WordPress theme’s zip file on your computer and upload via FTP the resulting theme folder into your WordPress installation themes folder (wp-content/themes). Then, from the WordPress admin go to Appearance > Themes. The theme should be available in your themes list. Click activate.
TIP: A more visual guide can be found here.

Image Sizes

The recommended image sizes for Public Opinion theme are:

Post Thumbnail: 885x500px
Hero Full Width:  1340x500px
Media Item: 885x750px
Item Full Width: 1140x650px

Useful Plugins

These plugins provide functionality and features used directly (or not) by the Theme. So, it is recommended to install and activate them before importing your sample content.

  • Public Opinion Specific plugin: You will be asked to auto install this plugin when installing the site. You can find this under your theme /plugins/ folder.
  • One Click Import : Use this plugin to help you import your content with just one click.WPForms use this plugin to create a contact form, then copy the shortcode it gives you and paste it in an empty page.
  • WP Instagram Widget: Use this plugin to help you display your Instagram feed in any of the theme’s sidebars. This plugin is mandatory if you wish to display your Instagram images.
  • WordPress Jetpack: You can use this to create a contact form, insert sharing buttons, create tiled galleries etc.

Importing Sample Content using One Click Import

To automate the process of importing and for a better experience we have natively included support for OneClick Import Plugin. Let install it fist:

From your WordPress dashboard

  1. Visit ‘Plugins > Add New’,
  2. Search for ‘One Click Demo Import’ and install the plugin,
  3. Activate ‘One Click Demo Import’ from your Plugins page.

From WordPress.org

  1. Download ‘One Click Demo Import’.
  2. Upload the ‘one-click-demo-import’ directory to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory, using your favorite method (ftp, sftp, scp, etc…)
  3. Activate ‘One Click Demo Import’ from your Plugins page.

Once the plugin is activated you will find the actual import page in: Appearance > Import Demo Data.

 Click on the Import demo data button and you are done!

This plugin requires PHP version of at least 5.3.x, but we recommend version 5.6.x or better yet 7.x. Please contact your hosting company and ask them to update the PHP version for your site.

Importing sample content

To get the sample content file you can click the link in the notice that will appear on your dashboard immediately after activating the theme.

download_sample

Extract the zip file you downloaded and upload the xml file in Tools > Import > WordPress (if not already present, you will be prompted to install the WordPress importer plugin), asking the authors to an existing user and make sure you check the “import attachments” box. You can now import the sample content.

Importing widgets

You can also import the widgets you see on the theme’s demo. To do that, you need the Widget Importer & Exporter plugin. To install it go to Plugins > Add new search for Widget Importer exporter and install the plugin. Activate it and go to Tools > Widget Importer & Exporter click choose file and upload the lense_widgets.wie file which is located in the sample content zip file, click Import widgets and you are good to go.
WARNING: As this will create posts, pages, custom post types, categories, widgets, etc. and change various system settings, it is strongly advised that you do this on a clean WordPress installation, without any previous and/or precious data. Under no circumstances we can be held responsible for total or partial data loss, so please be careful.

Theme pages

Let’s start by adding the first few basic pages you are going to need. Go to Pages > Add New and create the following pages:

Frontpage Page

To set up the homepage create a page named Home and set to it the Front page Template from the Page Attributes drop down on the right. To add content to your front page go to Customize > Widgets or Appearance > Widgets and use the theme’s widgets to help you display your content. You will notice that in your Frontpage template page under the WordPress text Editor you have a Frontpage Options section.

Here you can control the featured posts that will  appear on top of the homepage. These are posts tagged with the featured tag. You may optionally restrict the posts shown to a specific category, otherwise featured posts from all categories will be shown.

You can

  1. Select the layout you want for your frontpage featured section area.
  2. Select a specific category to restrict the featured posts.

Blog

this will be your posts page. Just create and publish a blank default page named “Blog” (or whatever you wish to name it) without adding any content, no further action needed for now.

Full Width Page

In this page you can add any content you wish without displaying the sidebar.

Default Page

In this page you can add any content you wish but the the sidebar. You can select under Sidebar section where you need your sidebar to appear

Also, you can select whether you need to display the featured image in that page.

by checking the “Hide when viewing this post’s page” option in your Featured image box.

Setting up your theme

In this section we are going to have a closer look on How to setup Public Opinion theme.

Adding Posts

To add new posts to your blog, go to Posts > add new and proceed to:

  1. add a title to your post,
  2. enter the content in the editor,
  3. upload a featured image by clicking “Set featured image” on the Featured Image panel,
  4. add a category and/or tag to the post
  5. Publish the post.

In Public Opinion we have included tools to allow you to create advanced articles with multiple features. In the Post Information box you can add some extra comment if you are reposting from another source, or if this is article is a review!

Under the Source tab you can

  1. Add the name (text) of the article source.
  2. Add the source URL.
  3.  Add the website/news outlet name of the article.
  4. Add the URL of the website/news outlet name of the article.

If you need a post to appear in the frontpage or in your post category listings you can add the “featured” tag under the Tags section

Customizing Your Theme

All theme customization is done via WordPress’s built in customizer. If you haven’t used it or want to learn more about it, please read this article.

Go to Appearance > Customize and you will see this

TIP: any changes you make in the tabs below will be previewed live on the site which appears in right side of the screen, however to save these changes you need to click the Save & Publish button on the top of the bar, if you have made a change but see the button grayed out (for example changed the font size of a heading), move the cursor outside the input box, for example, to the next input box, then the button should be clickable again.

Let’s take a look at the options each tab gives you.

Header Options are split into three sections.

In the Header style section  you make the header fullwidth.

Under the Top menu bar you can add some custom text to it like your email or phone number. as well as select whether you need to show or not Search module or your social Icons.

  1. Vertical Padding your your menu bar.
  2. Control your menu text size
  3. Add complimentary text about your business
  4. Show or hide extra modules like Search box and Social Icons.

In the Primary menu bar  you can change various display settings like the vertical padding of the menu and its text size.

Site Identity

Here you can  change the logo and favicon as well as the title and description. Use the appropriate fields to add your information, show or hide your site title and subtitle and upload your images.

Blog Settings

Here you can  change your blog archive looks as well as each element of your single articles. This section is divided in three parts Archive Options, Post Options and Featured articles.

In Archive Options

  1. Show or Hide the Sidebar.
  2. Change Excerpt Length.
  3. Select a pagination method.
  4. Exclude or not pages from search results.

In Featured articles

Featured sections throughout your website will only show articles that include this tag. The selected tag will be automatically hidden from tag lists.

In Post Options

Here you can select which elements you wish your single blog posts to have. This includes showing or hiding the date, the featured image, the author and author box etc. Or even enabling/disabling the Lightbox option for your galleries.

Finally in Featured Articles you can change the name of the tag name  for your Featured sections.  Throughout your website will only show articles that include this tag. The selected tag will be automatically hidden from tag lists.

Colors

This tab allows you to customize the colors and background images for the entire site, the header, the menu bar, sidebars and the footer.

Typography

Through this tab you can control the font size of key theme elements, such as headings, body and widgets. If you want to change the default Theme fonts have a look here.

Here you can modify the credits text and your Footer Column Layout.

 Bottom Bar Section

Here you can

  1. Select to show or not the bottom bar.
  2. Add you credit text. You can use some HTML here if you wish.
  3. Show Your Social Icons in the footer.

In Footer style

Here you can

  1. Change the columns the footer will have.
  2. Set the footer to be fullwidth or not.

Here you can create and assign menus to the theme.Your theme supports 2 main menus. If you wish to have two menus surrounding the logo, select the equivalent option from Customize > Header > Header Style. To learn more about menu creation check out the Codex’s menu user guide here.

Static Front Page

Use this tab to make the Home page your static front page so you can take advantage of the homepage template we have created for you.

Titles

In this tab you can change the titles for various theme pages, like the blog, search and 404.

Social Networks

In this section You can add your Social Network URLs. These icons will be displayed in the Theme-Social Icons Widget automatically.

Additional CSS

In this tab we host the custom CSS panel which you can use to insert styles for elements not covered in the rest of the tabs.

Other

Here you can download your sample content files.

Widgets

We have handcrafted some custom widgets to help you better display your content. You will find them under Appearance > Customize > Widgets or Appearance > Widgets

This widget will display in your Homepage latest / featured posts from a certain category in various layouts.

  1. Select the Category you need to display.
  2. Select the type of posts.
  3. Change the layout according to your preference.
  4. Change the number of posts.

Theme (Home)-Featured Posts

This widget will display latest / featured posts from a certain category in various layouts.

  1. Change the category of posts.
  2. Select a Layout.

Theme-Featured Posts

This widget will display latest / featured posts from a certain category in various layouts.

  1. Add your title.
  2. Select the type of posts.
  3. Change the category of posts.
  4. Number of posts to show.

Theme-Contact

Using this widget you can create a contact box including a title a map and various complementary elements with icons that will help you add more information like telephone etc about your business.

  1. Add a title for your Contact widget.
  2. Add a map code (iframe).
  3. Add a contact title
  4. Create new complementary elements.
  5. Add an icon code  (from fontawesome.io) and some text along.

Theme-Schedule

This widget allows you to create a small Schedule table with extra contextual information.

  1. Add a title for your widget
  2. Add some complementary text. You can use HTML tags also if you wish.
  3. Add a new day/time widget.
  4. Add your day and time information for each item.

Theme(home)-Instagram

This will allow you to display your Instagram Account in your Front Page or Pre-Footer sidebar. The WP Instagram Widget must be installed and activated in order this Widget to appear

  1. Add a title for your Instagram Widget.
  2. Add your Instagram Account.
  3. Add a number of photos you wish to display.
  4. Select whether you need your images to open in the current window or open in a new tab.
  5. Change the link text.

Theme-Latest Post Type

This widget is built to help you display your latest posts  in any widget area you wish.

  • Add a title.
  • Select the post type you want to get the latest items.
  • Check if you need random posts instead.
  • Add the number of posts.

Shortcodes

Shortcodes in WordPress are small  code like functions that allow you to do various things with little effort.

The main reason to use them is to execute code inside WordPress posts, pages, and widgets without writing any code directly. They can be used in Elementor ‘s (or any other page builder) shortcode module.

Public Opinion theme has many shortcodes you can use with various attributes:

Current Date

[current-date]
Shows the current date. By default, uses the date format from Settings > General.
Parameter ‘format’ : Optional. Sets the date format. Accepts PHP’s date() format values referenced here: http://php.net/manual/en/function.date.php#refsect1-function.date-parameters
Examples:
[current-date]

[current-date format="l F j, Y"]
[featured-posts]
Shows a “hero” section of featured posts. A “featured” tag must be provided via Customizer > Blog settings > Featured articles.
Parameter ‘layout’: Optional. Default ‘one-post’.
Parameter ‘cat_id’: Optional. A category ID to pull posts from. Posts still need to be assigned to the “featured” tag.
Parameter ‘cat’: Optional. A category slug to pull posts from. Posts still need to be assigned to the “featured” tag. If both ‘cat’ and ‘cat_id’ are set, ‘cat’ is used.
Examples
[featured-posts] (will show one featured post from any category).

[featured-posts cat_id="13"]

[featured-posts cat="news" layout=""]

 Latest Category

[latest-category]
Shows latest or featured posts from a specific category, using one of the category layouts (different than “hero” layouts).
Parameter ‘layout’: Optional. Default ‘1’.
Parameters ‘cat’ and ‘cat_id’: Same as featured-posts shortcode. If none is set, the default posts category from Settings > Writing is used (usually “Uncategorized”).
Parameter ‘type’: Optional. Default ‘latest’. May be ‘latest’ or ‘featured’.
Parameter ‘count’: Optional. Defaults to Settings > Reading > Blog pages show at most. A maximum number of posts. Must be > 0.
Examples
[latest-category] (out of the box will show 10 uncategorized posts using layout #1)

[latest-category cat_id="13"]

[latest-category cat="news" layout="1" count="6"]

How to use the page builder template

The theme comes bundled with a page builder template which allows you to use your favorite page builder plugin on it and create unique layouts very easily.

To use that template start by going to Pages > Add New. This will create a new page. Add a title to your page and select the Page builder template from the template drop down in the Page Attributes metabox.

ci_page_builder_template

That’s it. You can now start building your page using the page builder of your choice, once done publish it and check it out.

Next Steps

Still have questions or problems setting up your CSSIgniter Theme? We will be happy to help you out in our support forums

Brittany Light

Theme installation

The easiest way to install the theme, is by accessing your WordPress admin panel, then go to Appearance > Themes.

Click the Add New button on the top of the page.

add_new

In the next screen type the theme’s name in the search box

[Brittany light search screenshot here]

When the search results appear, hover over the theme and click Install

[Brittany light search results here]

Once the installation finishes click activate and the theme is ready to use.

[Brittany light activation screenshot here]

Importing sample content

Download the sample content.

Extract the zip file you just downloaded and upload the xml file in Tools > Import > WordPress (if not already present, you will be prompted to install the WordPress importer plugin), assing the authors to an existing user and make sure you check the “import attachments” box. You can now import the sample content.

Importing widgets

You can also import the widgets you see on the theme’s demo. To do that, you need the Widget Importer & Exporter plugin. To install it go to Plugins > Add new search for widget importer exporter and install the plugin. Activate it and go to Tools > Widget Importer & Exporter click choose file and upload the brittanylight_widgets.wie file which is located in the sample content zip file, click Import widgets and you are good to go.

WARNING: As this will create posts, pages, custom post types, categories, widgets, etc. and change various system settings, it is strongly advised that you do this on a clean WordPress installation, without any previous and/or precious data. Under no circumstances we can be held responsible for total or partial data loss, so please be careful.

Setting up your theme

1) Populating your blog

To add new posts to your blog, go to Posts > add new and proceed to:

  1. add a title to your post,
  2. enter the content in the editor,
  3. upload a featured image by clicking “Set featured image” on the Featured Image panel,
  4. add a category and/or tag to the post,
  5. once done click the Publish/Update button.

new_post

 

2) Customizing the appearance

All theme customization is done via WordPress’s built in customizer. If you haven’t used it or want to learn more about it, please read this article.

Go to Appearance > Customize and you will see this

bl_customizer

 

TIP: any changes you make in the tabs below will be previewed live on the site which appears in right side of the screen, however to save these changes you need to click the Save & Publish button on the top of the bar, if you have made a change but see the button grayed out (for example changed the font size of a heading), move the cursor outside the input box, for example, to the next input box, then the button should be clickable again.

Let’s take a look at the options each tab gives you.

  • Header Options

    Here you can toggle the social icons.

  • Menus

    Here you can create and assign menus to the theme. The theme features one menu location, the main menu one. To learn more about menu creation check out the Codex’s menu user guide here.

  • Site Identity

    In this tab you can modify the site’s title, tagline, logo and site icon.

  • Layout Options

    Here you can modify the length of the automatic excerpt , toggle the excerpt display in listings and select between numbered and older/newer pagination.

  • Widgets

    Through this tab you can add widgets to the theme’s sidebars. The theme features six sidebars, the blog, the pre-footer Instagram one and four footer sidebars.

  • Social Networks

    Here you can fill in the URLs to your various social network profiles supported by the theme. You can display them in a sidebar by using the Theme – Social Icons widget.

  • Posts Options

    Here you can change the related posts section title.

  • Footer Options

    Here you can toggle the credits text and the Instagram slideshow. Additionally you can modify the slideshow’s speed.

  • Static Front Page

    Use this tab to to set a static front page if you don’t wish to display your posts on the home page.

  • Upgrade to PRO

    In this tab you can see a few of the PRO version’s features and will find links to help you upgrade.

Theme pages

The contact page

To create a contact page similar to the one found on the theme’s demo, you can create a new page, name it Contact and use the Contact Form 7 plugin to help you create a contact form, then paste the shortcode it provides in the page’s text editor, publish and you are done.

Widgets

Along with WordPress’s widgets we have created 3 custom ones.

bl_widgets

You will find a small description in each widget detailing its usage.

How to use the latest posts widget

The Theme – Latest Posts widget will help you display posts on any sidebar, let’s take a look at how to use it.

bl_latest_posts

 

We start by adding a title to the widget, next we select a post category to display on it (leaving the option empty will display posts from all categories), below we can select whether we want our posts to appear at random (default is by date from newest to oldest) and how many posts we want to display on the widget. Save and you are done!

Additional information

Useful Plugins

  • Contact Form 7 use this plugin to create a contact form, then copy the shortcode it gives you and paste it in a page which will serve as your contact page.
  • WP Instagram Widget: Use this plugin to help you display your Instagram feed in any of the theme’s sidebars.
  • WordPress Jetpack: You can use this to create a contact form instead of Contact Form 7, insert sharing buttons, create tiled galleries etc.

Image Sizes

The minimum recommended image sizes for Brittany Light are:

  • Post thumbnail: 750x460px
  • Square thumb: 300x300px
  • About me widget thumb: 360x220px

Olsen Light

About

Olsen Light is a blogging WordPress theme aimed at fashion/beauty bloggers.

Video Tutorial

Theme installation

The easiest way to install the theme, is by accessing your WordPress admin panel, then go to Appearance > Themes.

Click the Add New button on the top of the page.

add_new

In the next screen type the theme’s name in the search box

search

When the search results appear, hover over the theme and click Install

install

Once the installation finishes click activate and the theme is ready to use.

activate

Image Sizes

The minimum recommended image sizes for Olsen Light are:

  • Post thumbnail: 665x435px
  • Slider images: 1110x600px
  • About me thumb: 200x200px

Useful Plugins

These plugins provide functionality and features used directly (or not) by the Theme. So, it is recommended to install and activate them before importing your sample content.

  • Socials Ignited use this plugin to create a widget that links to all your social profiles. You can also customize it with your icons and add new social networks, a guide can be found here.
  • Contact Form 7 use this plugin to create a contact form, then copy the shortcode it gives you and paste it in a page which will serve as your contact page.
  • WP Instagram Widget: Use this plugin to help you display your Instagram feed in any of the theme’s sidebars.
  • WordPress Jetpack: You can use this to create a contact form instead of Contact Form 7, insert sharing buttons etc.

Importing sample content

To get the sample content file you can click the link in the notice that will appear on your dashboard immediatelly after activating the theme.

download_sample

Extract the zip file you downloaded and upload the xml file in Tools > Import > WordPress (if not already present, you will be prompted to install the WordPress importer plugin), assign the authors to an existing user and make sure you check the “import attachments” box. You can now import the sample content.

You can also download the Sample Content for Olsen Light by clicking here

Importing widgets

You can also import the widgets you see on the theme’s demo. To do that, you need the Widget Importer & Exporter plugin. To install it go to Plugins > Add new search for widget importer exporter and install the plugin. Activate it and go to Tools > Widget Importer & Exporter click choose file and upload the olsen-light-widgets.wie file which is located in the sample content zip file, click Import widgets and you are good to go.

WARNING: As this will create posts, pages, custom post types, categories, widgets, etc. and change various system settings, it is strongly advised that you do this on a clean WordPress installation, without any previous and/or precious data. Under no circumstances we can be held responsible for total or partial data loss, so please be careful.

Setting up your theme

1) Populating your blog

To add new posts to your blog, go to Posts > add new and proceed to:

  1. add a title to your post,
  2. enter the content in the editor,
  3. upload a featured image by clicking “Set featured image” on the Featured Image panel,
  4. and finally add a category and/or tag to the post.

create_post

Once you are done click the Publish button to publish your post.

2) Customizing the appearance

All theme customization is done via WordPress’s built in customizer. If you haven’t used it or want to learn more about it, please read this article.

Go to Appearance > Customize and you will see this

TIP: any changes you make in the tabs below will be previewed live on the site which appears in right side of the screen, however to save these chagnes you need to click the Save & Publish button on the top of the bar, if you have made a change but see the button grayed out (for example changed the font size of a heading), move the cursor outside the input box, for example, to the next input box, then the button should be clickable again.

Let’s take a look at the options each tab gives you.

  • Header Options

    Here you can toggle the  social icons on the header.

  • Menus

    Here you can create and adding menus to the theme. The theme features two menu locations, one on the header and one on the footer. The footer menu does not support sub menu items. To learn more about menu creation check out the Codex’s menu user guide here.

  • Site Identity

    In this tab you can modify the site’s title, tagline, logo, footer logo and site icon. You can also manipulate the padding above and below the logo image.

  • Layout Options

    Here you can independently modify the blog layout, the category/tag layout and the layout for the rest of your pages. Additionally you can configure the length of the automatic excerpt and choose between numbered and older/newer pagination.

  • Front Page Carousel

    This tab allows you to configure the homepage’s slider. You can toggle its appearance and automatic slide functionality. The images displayed on the slider are featured images pulled from your post, you can select a source post category via the drop down or fill in individual post ids in the text box below if you don’t want entire categories to appear on the slider, to learn how to find an individual post’s ID check this article. You can also limit the number of posts on it, change the effect and adjust the slideshow speed.

  • Widgets

    Through this tab you can add widgets to the theme’s sidebars. The theme features two sidebars, the Blog Sidebar which appears on all posts & pages that have a sidebar, and the Footer Sidebar which can only display the widget provided by the WP Instagram Widget plugin.

  • Social Networks

    Here you can fill in the URLs to your various social network profiles supported by the theme. These will appear on the header, footer automatically, you can also display them in the post/page sidebar by adding the Theme – Social Icons widget in the blog or page sidebar.

  • Posts Options

    Here you can modify the related posts’ section title.

  • Footer Options

    Customize the theme’s footer toggling the appearance of social icons, credits and the WP Instagram slideshow.

  • Static Front Page

    If you don’t wish to have your latest posts on the front page and wish to display static content using a normal page, or want to use the looks template as your front page, you can do so here. Set the desired page as your static front page and save.

Theme pages

The contact page

For the contact page on the theme’s demo we used a page with the Fullwidth Page template applied to it and pasted in a contact form created with the Contact Form 7 plugin.

Widgets

Along with WordPress’s widgets we have created 3 custom ones. They are really simple and they let you display various important info around the site.

light-widgets

You will find a small description in each widget detailing its usage.

Formatting the newsletter widget

Most newsletter services provide an HTML form for you to place in a text widget and use in any sidebar. You can apply the theme’s default styling on that form by wrapping it in the div displayed below

<div class="widget_ci_newsletter">
<!–– Replace with form HTML ––>
</div>

How to use the page builder template

The theme comes bundled with a page builder template which allows you to use your favorite page builder plugin on it and create unique layouts very easily.

To use that template start by going to Pages > Add New. This will create a new page. Add a title to your page and select the Page builder template from the template drop down in the Page Attributes metabox.

ci_page_builder_template

That’s it. You can now start building your page using the page builder of your choice, once done publish it and check it out.

Next Steps

Still have questions or problems setting up your CSSIgniter Theme? We will be happy to help you out in our support forums

True North

About True North

True North is a free premium portfolio WordPress theme. Using True North you can easily display your work and thoughts. This can be done primarily by using the Portfolio custom post type, which acts as normal post type boosted by additional functionality to help you reach the desired layout on your site.

Theme installation

The easiest way to install the theme, is by accessing your WordPress admin panel, then go to Appearance > Themes. Select the Install Themes tab and click the Upload link located just below the tab’s name. Click on Browse… and select the WordPress theme zip file you just downloaded. Then click the Install Now button, and after a few seconds, your new theme should be installed. Click activate and the theme is ready to use.

In order to install the theme manually, or in case you have trouble installing it through the admin panel, you have to unzip the WordPress theme’s zip file on your computer, and upload via FTP the resulting theme folder into your WordPress installation themes folder (wp-content/themes). Then, from the WordPress admin go to Appearance > Themes. The theme should be available in your themes list. Click activate.

After activation, you will be redirected to the CSSIgniter Settings panel (accessible from Appearance > CSSIgniter Settings) to start customizing your brand new theme.

Image Sizes

The recommended image sizes for the True North theme are:

  • Post Thumbnail: 945x680px.
  • Header image: 2000x500px

 Useful Plugins

These plugins provide functionality and features used directly (or not) by the Theme. So, it is recommended to install and activate them before importing your sample content.

  • CSSIgniter Shortcodes you can use our custom made shortcode plugin to help you create a variety of layouts and elements on your site. Instructions can be found here.
  • Socials Ignited use this plugin to create a widget that links to all your social profiles. You can also customize it with your icons and add new social networks, a guide can be found here.
  • Contact Form 7 use this plugin to create a contact form, then copy the shortcode it gives you and paste it in an empty page.
  • WP Instagram Widget: Use this plugin to help you display your Instagram feed in any of the theme’s sidebars.
  • WordPress Jetpack: You can use this to create a contact form instead of Contact Form 7, insert sharing buttons etc.

Importing Sample Content using One Click Import

To automate the process of importing and for a better experience we have natively included support for OneClick Import Plugin. Let install it fist:

From your WordPress dashboard

  1. Visit ‘Plugins > Add New’,
  2. Search for ‘One Click Demo Import’ and install the plugin,
  3. Activate ‘One Click Demo Import’ from your Plugins page.

From WordPress.org

  1. Download ‘One Click Demo Import’.
  2. Upload the ‘one-click-demo-import’ directory to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory, using your favorite method (ftp, sftp, scp, etc…)
  3. Activate ‘One Click Demo Import’ from your Plugins page.

Once the plugin is activated you will find the actual import page in: Appearance > Import Demo Data.

 Click on the Import demo data button and you are done!

This plugin requires PHP version of at least 5.3.x, but we recommend version 5.6.x or better yet 7.x. Please contact your hosting company and ask them to update the PHP version for your site.

Setting up your theme

1) Creating theme pages

Let’s start by adding pages you are going to need. Go to Pages > Add New and create the following pages:

  1. “Home” this will serve as your homepage, assign to it either the “Homepage Template” from the “Page attributes” panel.
  2. “Blog” this will be your posts page. Just create it, no further action needed.
  3. “Contact” (optional) here you can place your contact form which you will create using the Contact Form 7 plugin.
  4. “Portfolio Listing” this page will display your portfolio items. Apply the “Portfolio listing “ template from the “Page attributes” panel and then from the Portfolio listing options panel that will appear, select how many columns you want on your layout, how many items you want to display and enable isotope filtering.
    portfolio_listing

(TIP, all page titles serve as examples, you can name your pages according to your needs.)

Once the pages are created, navigate to Settings > Reading and set the “Home” page to be your static frontpage and the “Blog” page as your posts page, as demonstrated in the image below.

ReadingSettings

2) Populating your blog

To add new posts to your blog, go to Posts > add new, title your post, enter the content in the editor, upload a featured image by clicking “Set featured image” on the Featured Image panel, add a category and/or tag to the post, if you so desire, from the respective panels and publish the post by clicking “Publish”.

3) Adding portfolio items

To add a new portfolio item go to Portfolio > Add New. Set a featured image from the panel on the right, fill in any text you have for the portfolio item and move to the Portfolio Details panel below. Please read thoroughly the Information tab, it contains useful info on how the gallery functions on single portfolio items and will help you get the layout you want. Next proceed to the Gallery tab, select a gallery layout and upload your images. Move to the Details  tab and add details for your portfolio item, such as materials used, cost, equipment used etc. Finally, if you have a video for the portfolio item you can use it in the Video tab. Once done filling all necessary info, publish the portfolio item.

4) Creating your menu

Now that your content is in place, you will need a menu. Go to Appearance > Menus, check the pages you want on your menu and add them, give your menu a name and save it. Finally you will need to set your menu as “Main” menu, this can be done either by checking the “Main menu” box in “Menu Settings” just below your menu items in Menu Structure, or by going to the “Manage Locations” tab and selecting the menu you just created.

(TIP, for more info on creating and managing menus, please read the WordPress Menu User Guide here)

5) Setting up your homepage

The homepage on True North consists of only a widgetized area. You can add widgets to the sidebar, under appearance > widgets to built your homepage.

Duplicating the demo’s layout

The homepage on the demo features the CI Text with a welcome text and the CI Latest Posts widget displaying 6 portfolio items in a three column layout.

6) Changing Footer text

The theme’s footer features an area for you to enter a line of text for copyright information. To change the text you need to go to CSSIgniter settings > Site options and use the appropriate box (6th box down).

You can individually set a footer logo on the theme. To do that go to CSSIgniter settings > Site options and use the appropriate box (5th box down).

8) Toggle sidebar on Blog/Single Posts

You can select whether the blog & single posts will have a sidebar or not. To do that go to CSSIgniter settings > Appearance options and select the desired layout from the drop down menu.

9) Add a header image

To apply a default header image go to CSSIgniter Settings > Appearance Options and upload it in the Header Display box. On single posts, pages and portfolio items you can apply custom header images by utilizing the Header Background metabox.

10) Custom Widgets

The theme features eight custom widgets which are displayed below
widgets

All widgets can be accessed from Appearance > Widgets. Below each widget you will find a small description explaining their functionality.

The CSSIgniter settings panel

Last but not least, under Appearance > CSSIgniter settings, you can find our custom built settings panel. From here you can manipulate various aspects of your theme, including, but not limited to, changing your logo, setting a custom background, changing color scheme and applying custom styles via the custom CSS tab. All options feature a description so you instantly know their provided functionality.

How to use the page builder template

The theme comes bundled with a page builder template which allows you to use your favorite page builder plugin on it and create unique layouts very easily.

To use that template start by going to Pages > Add New. This will create a new page. Add a title to your page and select the Page builder template from the template drop down in the Page Attributes metabox.

ci_page_builder_template

That’s it. You can now start building your page using the page builder of your choice, once done publish it and check it out.

Additional Information

Creating Galleries

To create a gallery using our gallery management system follow these steps:

  1. On the “Gallery Information” panel click the Add Images button. gallery_info
  2. To upload your images, drag & drop them in the Edit Gallery window which will pop-up, or select Add to Gallery in order to select already uploaded ones. Once you are done, click the Update Gallery button on the lower right. edit_gallery
  3. Your “Gallery Information” panel will look like this gallery_w_img
  4. You can re-arrange the order of images by drag & drop. gallery_move_img
  5. If you wish to remove an image from the gallery, hover your mouse over it and click the X as shown below. gallery_remove_img
  6. By checking the Randomize order box your gallery images will appear in random order which will change on every page refresh.
  7. When done, publish the gallery item.

If you need to add images after the gallery’s creation just follow the same procedure.

Next Steps

Still have questions or problems setting up your CSSIgniter Theme? We will be happy to help you out in our support forums