Many of our GK themes display by default Template Title as logo added using CSS styles. But you can change your site title in Template Name → Template Options then select Theme Branding. Select Image logo from Theme logo type option. Click Upload Image and browse for the logo file on your hard drive. Once… Continue reading →
Tag archive: GavernWP
Themes based upon the GavernWP framework can support a variety of useful solutions and technologies. The most important ones are:
Gavern WP framework has an advanced panel for managing a WordPress theme’s options in an administration panel. Since version 1.9 we decided to change backend colors and add new tab to GavernWP theme options.
Widgets were originally designed to provide a simple and easy-to-use way of giving design and structure control of WordPress to the user. We have added a new feature to our GavernWP Framework that allows Widget titles to be hidden using an simple exclamation mark.
The Basic settings of GavernWP allows the basic parameters for a page’s display to be specified:
Five main options are associated with the theme layout settings:
The Features settings section contains settings (parameters) associated with additional features. Since old version of WordPress framework some options have been moved to this tab from others to be more intuitive.
The selection of fonts appropriate for the display of text is a key element in developing an appealing look for a website. Using different settings from the “Font settings” tab allows you to configure parameters for theme fonts. You probably would need to use different font styles for headings, paragraphs and so on. However, all… Continue reading →
GavernWP provides advanced menu management of a website. The list of menus for a theme are stored in the menus.json configuration file and are displayed in a Navigation tab:
The Advanced Settings section contains settings associated with advanced Gavern WP framework settings (custom fields, metatags, CSS files and output etc.). These options include:
The Social API makes it very easy to add buttons for the sharing of posts on the most popular social network services. Social buttons let you see what your user have liked or shared on sites across the web.
There are three key theme elements associated with theme branding in relation to the GavernWP framework:
These options enable the look of the back-end administration panel to be styled similar to the theme of a GavernWP page.
GavernWP has built-in SEO settings which allow standard WordPress SEO settings to be overwritten.
The GavernWP framework supports comments organized into threads, allowing clear post-based discussions.
GavernWP provides built-in support for the Open Graph protocol, which allows posts to have metatags specified and, when publishing a particular post to Facebook, information previously specified by the author will be displayed:
GavernWP provides extensive support for the creation of additional theme styles. We distinguish between two primary groups of styles in this mechanism:
GavernWP exposes styles specific to subpages. These make it possible to better leverage WordPress features and to adjust pages to selected themes.
Below you can find a full list of all available hooks in our GavernWP theme framework for WordPress. Full description How to use the Filters and Actions can be found here.