Sushil Adhikari

How to Set up Your Logo

With Flat responsive, 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 

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 

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 

How to Set up Your Logo

With Encase Pro, you get several logo and title options to choose from: Go to Appearance->Customize->Site Title & Taglines->Site Identity and choose your logo. 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 demo site), your logo should be close to the size you see. If you need a bigger logo area, then you will need to put your main menu into the Secondary Menu location (below the logo).

Create a Custom Front Page and move the Blog

The most common change people make with WordPress now is moving the blog further into the site and create a custom page for the front of their site; also known as a static front page. I will show you how this is done which is what I did for the live demo site for Circumference. What you put on your custom front page will be up to you, but this tutorial will get you started with a foundation to build on. Create Two Pages Create one page and call it “Home” or whatever you want. Choose a page template for your new front page. Add your content if any Publish your page. Create a second page and call it “Blog” or whatever you want to represent your blog Publish your page. Tell WordPress What to Use Go to Settings >> Reading Under “Front Page Displays“, select the Static Page option….    read more 

Create a Custom Front Page and move the Blog

The most common change people make with WordPress now is moving the blog further into the site and create a custom page for the front of their site; also known as a static front page. We will show you how this is done which is what we did for the live demo site for Circumference. What you put on your custom front page will be up to you, but this tutorial will get you started with a foundation to build on. Create Two Pages Create one page and call it “Home” or whatever you want. Choose a page template for your new front page. Add your content if any Publish your page. Create a second page and call it “Blog” or whatever you want to represent your blog Publish your page. Tell WordPress What to Use Go to Settings >> Reading Under “Front Page Displays“, select the Static Page option….    read more 

Create a Custom Front Page and move the Blog

The most common change people make with WordPress now is moving the blog further into the site and create a custom page for the front of their site; also known as a static front page. We will show you how this is done which is what we did for the live demo site for Circumference. What you put on your custom front page will be up to you, but this tutorial will get you started with a foundation to build on. Create Two Pages Create one page and call it “Home” or whatever you want. Choose a page template for your new front page. Add your content if any Publish your page. Create a second page and call it “Blog” or whatever you want to represent your blog Publish your page. Tell WordPress What to Use Go to Settings >> Reading Under “Front Page Displays“, select the Static Page option….    read more 

Create a Custom Front Page and move the Blog

The most common change people make with WordPress now is moving the blog further into the site and create a custom page for the front of their site; also known as a static front page. We will show you how this is done which is what we did for the live demo site for Circumference. What you put on your custom front page will be up to you, but this tutorial will get you started with a foundation to build on. Create Two Pages Create one page and call it “Home” or whatever you want. Choose a page template for your new front page. Add your content if any Publish your page. Create a second page and call it “Blog” or whatever you want to represent your blog Publish your page. Tell WordPress What to Use Go to Settings >> Reading Under “Front Page Displays“, select the Static Page option….    read more 

Create a Custom Front Page and move the Blog

The most common change people make with WordPress now is moving the blog further into the site and create a custom page for the front of their site; also known as a static front page. We will show you how this is done which is what we did for the live demo site for Circumference. What you put on your custom front page will be up to you, but this tutorial will get you started with a foundation to build on. Create Two Pages Create one page and call it “Home” or whatever you want. Choose a page template for your new front page. Add your content if any Publish your page. Create a second page and call it “Blog” or whatever you want to represent your blog Publish your page. Tell WordPress What to Use Go to Settings >> Reading Under “Front Page Displays“, select the Static Page option….    read more 

Making your own menus

I won’t go through every menu in detail, but we will begin with a quick introduction and then dig right in and make our site’s main menu (Primary Menu) for our website. Circumference includes three menu locations that are precoded into this theme: Primary Menu – This is the short menu that you see on the live demo site and sits to the right of the logo container Secondary Menu – This is a full width menu if you need more room; located below the logo and above the banner area Footer Menu – This is the footer menu which will be seen at the very bottom of your page Primary Menu Screenshot Secondary Menu Screenshot Footer Menu Screenshot  Create the Primary Menu Go to Appearance >> Menus >> Create New Menu Title your menu what you want, but for now, type in Primary Menu Click “Create Menu“ With the…    read more