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One of WordPress’ biggest strengths is its intuitive, beginner-friendly design; even users with little or no web development experience can get the basics up and running and even, with the right theme, add some of your own customization. There’s still a few peculiarities that can throw new users for a loop, but getting started is… Continue reading →
Sitemap is a list of subpages on a Joomla or WordPress website that is accessible to all users.
By default, the Login link (button) is visible at the top of every page of several templates or themes like GK News2, Music State or CloudHost. If you don’t want the Login link to be displayed, you can easily disable/hide it using two alternative methods. Recommended method to disable LOG IN link in Joomla In… Continue reading →
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 →
With our (M)Social theme we released a new free WordPress Gavick widget – GK Grid. It is composed of a set of widgets and their spatial relationship with each other; you can implement space-saving grid-based layouts on websites and incorporate a variety of content types through the use of different widgets. It works by placing… Continue reading →
Errors; the bane of any computer user’s life. One of the constant issues of increasingly complex online technology is that though new functionalities and features improve the overall site experience, it opens up more areas for things to go wrong! Thankfully, frustrating though the “Error 508. Resource Limit is Reached” error message is, it’s not… Continue reading →
GK Comments for WordPress is a simple widget to display the recent (latest) comments with user avatars on your blog’s sidebar. If you want to encourage your readers in leaving comments on your blog, this is a widget I would recommend.
It may be hard to believe now, but once upon a time WordPress was just a simple blogging platform; no-one really knew that it was going to take off the way it did. Now here we are more than ten years later, and WordPress holds the lion’s share of the total CMS install base, thanks… Continue reading →
Managing of WordPress may be stressful, especially if you’ve set the widgets and specified their settings – then change the default theme. Then you might find that all your settings are gone. Your WordPress widgets are worth the same as your entire investment (often time) in your website.
GK Tabs – to simply organize your content in a nice and comfortable way, use our lightweight and responsive widget for WordPress that generates the tabs from the selected sidebar widgets. Using this plug-in is the easiest way to add a tabbed content area in your sidebar that will be shown to your visitors. Tabbed… Continue reading →
GK LESS (LESS files parser for WordPress) – a simple plugin which allows you to parse your less file(s) from a selected folder into a regular css file(s) in the output directory.
An installation of the WordPress Quickstart package is a really simple process. First of all, you’ll want to download the correct package that contains the required files. Please, head to our download section and select your preferred theme – you should see the following page with a few packages available to download:
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.
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 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:
This article contains the configuration details for the Creative theme. Using these information you can configure your theme when you cannot use the Quickstart package. Please remember that some details like the theme settings can be imported directly as the JSON file, what is faster than the manual configuration.