The drag-and-drop layout manager allows you to create custom layouts for your content. Configure every element: Logo, header, slide show, page content, sidebars, footer and more. Assign custom layouts to any page or post.
- Unlimited custom layouts.
- Drag and drop manager.
- Custom headers and footers.
- Mix and match any header, footer and content layout.
- Set defaults and override any element at the page/post level.
- Assign custom skins to layouts.
- Multiple home pages (assign home page layout to any post/page)
- Apply custom layouts and styles to individual pages.
- Include custom sidebars.
- Include static content from pages.
- Layouts for Error pages, Search, Blog, Posts, Pages and Home page.
- Specify defaults for taxonomies: Category, Author, Tag and Date.
About Theme Layouts
The theme’s layouts are broken into sections: header, footer and full “layouts”. Headers and footers are created independently and selected when you create a new layout. You can assign any header or footer to a layout. You can also select an alternate skin for a layout that is different from the skin being used for the rest of your website.
Content structures are created with a drag-and-drop interface. Create the column structure you need then assign content to the columns by dragging the page elements into place. Content can be included from any sidebar, page or the current page/post default content.
Drag and Drop Layout Manager
Layout Default Settings
Blogs can be inserted using shortcodes. Blog post lists can be generated from any post category or page list.
- Output blog post lists using the “blog” shortcode.
- Specify image size for featured image, or choose no image.
- Set post excerpt length.
- Set number of posts per page.
- Enable paging.
- Configure post details: Title, excerpt, post date, comments link, author link.
- Display posts by selecting categories.
- Display posts by selecting pages or all child pages from a chosen parent.
Basic Blog Shortcode
Above is an example of a blog shortcode using only the category selector. It does not specify most options, instead relying on the default set in “Settings > Blog Settings“.
Add unlimited custom contact forms to your site. Create custom fields by selecting the input type, validation, error messages and more. Includes CAPTCHA validation to provide a fully customized and safe email form.
- Create custom fields (input, textarea, radio list, checkbox, etc.)
- Set field titles.
- Custom error messages.
- Validation options for each filed.
- Specify required fields.
- Set minimum and maximum characters allowed for a field.
- Set width and height.
- Add description text below each field, great for providing additional instructions.
- Custom “Send” button text.
- CAPTCHA validation.
Add forms to your pages using shortcodes. You can quickly insert a form with all available fields using the basic:
Basic Contact Form Shortcode
You can also insert a custom form specifying exactly which fields to use and override any defaults you like by entering:
Advanced Contact Form Shortcode
[contact_form to="email@example.com" subject="Message Subject" thankyou="Thank you message" button="Text for Button" captcha="yes" fields="field-1,field-2,field-3,field-4" ]
Each time you create a new field you must specify an alias, or “key”, for that field. Using the alias name in the shortcode “fields” option you can include only the fields you choose from all available fields.
Contact Form Settings
Contact Form – Custom Fields
Make slide shows to include into the header of layouts and directly into content as shortcodes. Slides may contain images, videos, static content and any HTML output you choose.
- Add slide shows to the header of any layout.
- Use content from images, videos or HTML code.
- Link slides to any page, post or URL of your choice.
- Open links in a new window.
- Multi-column slide show to display a series of images per slide.
A complete list of all shortcode parameters is available on the slide show shortcode page.
Slide Show Usage
Once a slide show is created it can be included into any header, which in turn can be used with any layout. This makes it possible to have a slide show at the top of any page, post or even give the effect of simulating multiple home pages.
A slide show can also be included directly into the content of a page using the shortcode method:
Basic Slide Show Shortcode
[slideshow alias="slide-show-alias" ].
The only requirement for adding a slide show using the shortcode method is to specify the alias of the specific slide show to be displayed. Other attributes such as width and height may be optionally included as well.
Slide Show Options