In WordPress, we recommend turning on the Link Targeting property. Doing this will allow you to select which menu links you wish to open in a new tab or browser window. We recommend opening external links in a new window (in other words, when you’re linking to somewhere outside your site), so that users can…Continue Reading
If you ever see us mention a content interstitial as it pertains to an <em>press product, it simply refers to a block of content that usually breaks up a blog post feed. Here’s an example of an interstitial: Interstitials can appear after a set number of blog posts within a Home Page feed, or even…Continue Reading
The Site Identity menu controls the logos used on your blog. It can be accessed by going to Appearance > Customize > Site Identity. CUSTOMIZING YOUR SITE IDENTITY The menu that loads allows you to upload a custom logo, change out the title of your site, and edit the logo used in the footer as well.…Continue Reading
Your Social Media Links menu can support shopping bag and envelope icons, linking out to a shop or LiketoKnow.it page, as well as to a Subscribe page on your blog. To add in these icons: Go to Appearance > Customize. Navigation to the Additional Menu Options tab. In the fields provided, add in any social media platforms…Continue Reading
All our themes allow users to upload their own logo artwork in place of the Site Title. You can do this by going to Appearance > Customize > Site Identity. Learn more about all controls in the Site Identity customization tab here. Editing the logo for your blog (header) All of our themes have a…Continue Reading
As part of our Terms of Service, we ask that you not remove the <em>press credit at the bottom of your footer. If you are a designer using one of our themes on behalf of a client, you are welcome to add your own credit alongside ours, but may not remove the <em>press credit and…Continue Reading
It depends. If you’ve already been blogging for some time and have menus, pages, and lots of posts already published to your site, theme setup can be pretty fast. Our Customizer will inherit all of that content, so it’s simply a matter of customizing the various features of your site and pointing widgets, menus, and…Continue Reading
Whether you’re launching a brand new website, changing your WordPress theme, or just making a few tweaks behind the scenes, a coming soon page is an important tool in your website toolbox. WHAT IS IT? A coming soon page gives you a place to send people as you build your new site, and you can even use…Continue Reading
WordPress allows users to change the number of posts that appear on your Home Page, as well as on archival pages. Archival pages include category pages (i.e., if a user clicks on a category like “style,” the page template that loads is a category archival page), or recent posts in your main feed (i.e., those…Continue Reading
All <em>press themes include a Pin It hover button which you can apply to your theme. In order to enable these buttons, you will need to download a Pin It hover plugin, and activate it on your site. We recommend jQuery Pin It Button for Images. It’s a free, easy to use, lightweight plugin, and…Continue Reading
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