Sushil Adhikari

Choose your page widths

Circumference offers you three page widths: Full Width Boxed Medium Boxed Small Here is a screenshot of each size, where as the page gets smaller in width, more of the background is seen. Plus, on the boxed views, your page has an outer glow: Make Your Selection Go to Appearance >> Customize >> Basic Settings Select your page width Click Save and Publish Screencast Tutorial

Choose your page widths

Flat Responsive offers you three page widths: Full Width Boxed Medium Boxed Small Here is a screenshot of each size, where as the page gets smaller in width, more of the background is seen. Plus, on the boxed views, your page has an outer glow: 1. Full Width: 2. Box Medium 3. Box Small Make Your Selection Go to Appearance >> Customize >> Basic Settings -> Site Layout. Select your page width Click Save and Publish

Setup your Social Networking icons

Circumference includes several social networking icons that you can use with links to your profile. These are not sharing links, but more of allowing visitors to follow your profile page on Twitter, Facebook, and others. The currently list of networks available in Circumference are: Twitter Facebook Google+ Linkedin Pinterest  Flickr Youtube Vimeo Instagram Reddit Picassa Stumbleupon WordPress RSS Each icon is activated once you add your url to each social network that you have. Also, when you fill in your urls into each one from the theme option settings, they won’t appear right away in the preview window, you will see them on the front-end of your website after you click Save and Publish. Below is a screenshot of the live demo site for Circumference: Enable Your Social Icons Go to Appearance >> Customize >> Social Networking Fill in the full URL for each of the social networks you belong…    read more 

How to Display Social Networking icons

In this tutorial we are going to show how social networkings icons work in Flat Responsive. Flat Responsive includes several social networking icons that you can use with links to your profile. These are not sharing links, but more of allowing visitors to follow your profile page on Twitter, Facebook, and others.  Additionally, you can add a cart icon and email icon on the bar. Each icon is activated once you add your url to each social network that you have. Also, when you fill in your urls into each one from the theme option settings, they won’t appear right away in the preview window, you will see them on the front-end of your website after you click Save and Publish. Enable Your Social Icons Go to Appearance >> Customize >> Social Networking -> Social Networking Links Fill in the full URL for each of the social networks you belong to….    read more 

How to Display Social Networking icons

In this tutorial we are going to show how social networkings icons work in Lavish Pro. Lavish pro includes several social networking icons that you can use with links to your profile. These are not sharing links, but more of allowing visitors to follow your profile page on Twitter, Facebook, and others.  Additionally, you can add a cart icon and email icon on the bar. Each icon is activated once you add your url to each social network that you have. Also, when you fill in your urls into each one from the theme option settings, they won’t appear right away in the preview window, you will see them on the front-end of your website after you click Save and Publish. Enable Your Social Icons Go to Appearance >> Customize >> Social Networking -> Social Networking Links Fill in the full URL for each of the social networks you belong to….    read more 

How to Display Social Networking icons

In this tutorial we are going to show how social networkings icons work in Lavish Pro. Lavish pro includes several social networking icons that you can use with links to your profile. These are not sharing links, but more of allowing visitors to follow your profile page on Twitter, Facebook, and others.  Additionally, you can add a cart icon and email icon on the bar. Each icon is activated once you add your url to each social network that you have. Also, when you fill in your urls into each one from the theme option settings, they won’t appear right away in the preview window, you will see them on the front-end of your website after you click Save and Publish. Enable Your Social Icons Go to Appearance >> Customize >> Social Networking -> Social Networking Links Fill in the full URL for each of the social networks you belong to….    read more 

How to Display Social Networking icons

In this tutorial we are going to show how social networkings icons work in Flat Responsive. Flat Responsive includes several social networking icons that you can use with links to your profile. These are not sharing links, but more of allowing visitors to follow your profile page on Twitter, Facebook, and others.  Additionally, you can add a cart icon and email icon on the bar. Each icon is activated once you add your url to each social network that you have. Also, when you fill in your urls into each one from the theme option settings, they won’t appear right away in the preview window, you will see them on the front-end of your website after you click Save and Publish. Enable Your Social Icons Go to Appearance >> Customize >> Encase Footer -> Social Networking Links Fill in the full URL for each of the social networks you belong to….    read more 

How to Set up Your Logo

With Lavish Pro, you get several logo and title options to choose from: Default Logo – Allows you to use the default logo with your own site title and tagline Your Logo – Allows you to use an image for your logo and title as one Logo with Title and Tagline – Allows you to use your own logo and have it positioned like the default logo layout with your site title and tagline Text Title – No logo, just a site title and tagline option NOTE: Please keep your logo to a reasonable size because there is only so much room to put one in when your site menu is using the Primary Menu location (positioned to the right of the logo container). You get more flexibility if your site title and logo are one image, but for a logo with a text based title and tagline (like the…    read more