Sushil Adhikari

Sleeky Pro Updated to 2.0.0

February 9, 2016| Sushil Adhikari|

We have made a quick release of this version of Sleeky Pro 2.0.0 with a few adjustment to the theme files. Changelog: Customizer setting for colors Added Customizer Setting for Typography added Header image bug fixed  Home URL bug fixed  Roboto fonts bug Fixed  NOTE: A reminder that if you made any changes to the theme’s files, including the style.css file, these will be overwritten. It’s also recommended you make a copy of your theme and save it somewhere as a backup.

How to Setup woocommerce Homepage.

In this tutorial we will be showing you how to setup Woocommerce Hopepage as our Woocommerce demo page. For this you need to install following plugins: WooCommerce Widgetkit JP Widget Visibility Adding a page for woocommerce products: Go to dashboard-> Pages-> Add New  and add  page. Here we had created page called -‘ Home WooCommerce’. Then to display woocoommerce products ,add this WooCommerce shordcode in content area switching from visual to Text option in right top corner above the content area          [recent_products per_page=”16″ columns=”4″]       Note: You can  add more products per page by increasing shorcode attributes ie ‘per_page = “Number of products to show on page” and can also reduce or   increase column using columns attributes.       Adding Widgetkit slideshow in Banner Wide Sidebar  After you installed WidgetKit plugin you will get menu on dashboard called WidgetKit where you will configure for WidgetKit…    read more 

Hide the Edit link from pages

I know the little “Edit” link that appears on pages and posts annoys people because it does to me too. So for everyone who wishes they can delete that edit link from the front of their site pages when viewing it, I have a theme option setting for you. By default, most themes have this so that it allows the site owner to edit the page or post by clicking on this link directly from the front-end. Go to Appearance >> Customize >> Basic Settings Check the box next to Hide Edit Links Click Save & Publish

Hide the Edit link Button from Blog pages

I know the little “Edit” link that appears on pages and posts annoys people because it does to me too. So for everyone who wishes they can delete that edit link from the front of their site pages when viewing it, I have a theme option setting for you. By default, most themes have this so that it allows the site owner to edit the page or post by clicking on this link directly from the front-end. Go to Appearance >> Customize >> Basic Settings >> Blog Settings Check the box next to Hide Edit Button Click Save & Publish

Using Icons

This theme offers a large selection of font based icons from a source called “Font Awesome” which has proven to be very popular…so much, that there is even a plugin for it. We will use this plugin with this theme because I also added the font and custom styling for it. Get the Plugin Go to Plugins >> Add New Type in the search: Font Awesome Shortcodes Activate it Using Icons in your Content When you install the Font Awesome Shortcodes plugin, you get a green button added to your editor that looks like this: Basically you click in your page or post content where you want to insert the icon of your choice and then click the Font Awesome button which gives you a popup window to choose your icon. Once you select your icon, it gets inserted as a shortcode. You won’t see the actual icon in your…    read more 

Using Icons

This theme offers a large selection of font based icons from a source called “Font Awesome” which has proven to be very popular…so much, that there is even a plugin for it. We will use this plugin with this theme because I also added the font and custom styling for it. Get the Plugin Go to Plugins >> Add New Type in the search: Font Awesome Shortcodes Activate it Using Icons in your Content When you install the Font Awesome Shortcodes plugin, you get a green button added to your editor that looks like this: Basically you click in your page or post content where you want to insert the icon of your choice and then click the Font Awesome button which gives you a popup window to choose your icon. Once you select your icon, it gets inserted as a shortcode. You won’t see the actual icon in your…    read more 

Make a Contact Us page using Jetpack

There are many ways to create a contact page, but the one thing hey all have in common is that they use a plugin for the actual form that people fill out. Normally I used Contact Form 7 as the plugin, but since I am using Jetpack in the live demo site for Pure & Simple, I decided to give this a try and created this tutorial based on Jetpack. For a basic form, it’s very solid and we know it’s coded well because it’s from the developers over at Automattic (makers of WordPress). Each contact form can easily be customized to fit your needs. When a user submits your contact form, the feedback will be filtered through Akismet (if it is active on your site) to make sure it’s not spam. Any legitimate feedback will then be emailed to you, and added to your feedback management area. NOTE: Even though I…    read more 

Make a Contact Us page using Jetpack

There are many ways to create a contact page, but the one thing hey all have in common is that they use a plugin for the actual form that people fill out. Normally I used Contact Form 7 as the plugin, but since I am using Jetpack in the live demo site for Pure & Simple, I decided to give this a try and created this tutorial based on Jetpack. For a basic form, it’s very solid and we know it’s coded well because it’s from the developers over at Automattic (makers of WordPress). Each contact form can easily be customized to fit your needs. When a user submits your contact form, the feedback will be filtered through Akismet (if it is active on your site) to make sure it’s not spam. Any legitimate feedback will then be emailed to you, and added to your feedback management area. NOTE: Even though I…    read more 

Make a WordPress Gallery

This tutorial will help you make a gallery using WordPress. Although this is a common thing with any theme, I will show you how it looks with Pure & Simple as your theme. First thing you want to do is prepare your images ahead of time. I am one who likes to keep things consistent so that I get a nice gallery that is evenly displayed within a page, post, or text widget. This means preparing images by cropping, sizing, and optimizing photos before you upload them. If you were to create a gallery with different sizes of images and some are vertical while others are horizontal, you get a very uneven gallery layout…however, sometimes you may not have the option to make them all the same. Create a page or open a page (or post) where you plan on adding a gallery Click on the Add Media button above…    read more 

Make a WordPress Gallery

This tutorial will help you make a gallery using WordPress. Although this is a common thing with any theme, I will show you how it looks with Flat Responsive as your theme. First thing you want to do is prepare your images ahead of time. I am one who likes to keep things consistent so that I get a nice gallery that is evenly displayed within a page, post, or text widget. This means preparing images by cropping, sizing, and optimizing photos before you upload them. If you were to create a gallery with different sizes of images and some are vertical while others are horizontal, you get a very uneven gallery layout…however, sometimes you may not have the option to make them all the same. Create a page or open a page (or post) where you plan on adding a gallery Click on the Add Media button above the…    read more