I won’t go through a long tutorial about this as there is a Common Setup tutorial for thumbnails. However, the Purified theme has an extensive group of thumbnail crop settings to choose which ones you want to make. Thumbnails for the Blog: If you know what blog layout you want to use, only check the […]
The Purified theme includes a Related Posts section that recommends additional reading. You can show or hide this from the full post. Go to the Appearance > Customize > Post Options. Look for the Display Related Posts setting and check the box to show it. From the Display Related Posts By dropdown, choose the method to use. […]
This tutorial will show you how to make a contact page when using the Contact Form 7 plugin for WordPress. Basic knowledge of WordPress administration is required when doing this. Install the Contact Form 7 Plugin Before we can do anything, you will need a plugin called Contact Form 7 before we can continue. If you already […]
The Purified theme has the ability to help you to create a personal portfolio using the Portfolio Post Type plugin. The first thing you will want to do before moving on to the next stage is to install and activate this plugin by Devin Price. A nice feature about the portfolio is that you can use actual pages to […]
We use the default WordPress Shortcode Gallery to be used in the Purified theme. However, with the implementation of the newer Block Gallery, this will change. This tutorial is focused more on the older Classic Editor and WordPress Gallery Shortcode. Gallery Lightbox Purified uses the Colorbox lightbox for viewing images. You can now view your photos in […]
With the Purified theme, you can change some of the labels such as the Continue Reading link and a few others elements that have text-based labeling. Go to the Appearance > Customize > Label Options. Customize the label you want to change Click Publish button.
Similar to the blog layouts, you get 5 layouts for your full post page: Post With Right Sidebar Post With Left Sidebar Post Wide and no Sidebar Post With Banner and No Sidebar Post With Title Above and No Sidebar To change your full post layout, follow these steps: Go to Appearance > Customize > Theme […]
This tutorial will show you how to change your blog summaries to use excerpts instead. Please note that by default, WordPress excerpts will strip out any formatting and other elements like images. However, when you view the full post, they will all come back. Go to Appearance > Customize > Theme Options > Blog Settings. Find […]
The Purified theme gives you 9 blog layouts: Classic Left Sidebar Classic Right Sidebar Grid Grid Wide Wide List Alternating Details Minimal To change the blog layout, follow these steps: Go to Appearance > Customize > Layout Options. Find the Blog Layout drop-down setting and select the blog style you want to use. Click the Publish button.
Purified gives you the option to create a custom blog title and introduction. Your heading group would look something like this: Go to the Appearance > Customize > Blog Options. Type a blog title (heading) for your intro. Type a blog introduction for your intro. Click the Publish button.
In addition to the Sticky Header feature, Purified also gives you a Sticky Footer which is enabled by default. To disable this, here is how you can do it. Go to the Appearance > Customize > Other Options. Look for the Disable the Fixed Footer and check the box next to it. Click the Publish button.
Purified gives you the option to make your site header stick (fixed to the top of the screen) as you scroll long pages. The benefit is to keep site navigation accessible, always. Go to the Appearance > Customize > Other Options. Look for the Enable a Sticky Header and check the box next to it. Click the Publish button.