This template comes with 2 widget ready sidebars and 1 widget ready footer. To include widgets, locate the area titled "Appearance" in your sidebar and select the "Widgets" from that menu selection. Post / Blog Sidebar Inside "Widgets" you will see a sidebar area titled "Main Blog Sidebar" and it is this sidebar that will appear throughout your website where specified. You just need to use the desired widgets of your choice, drag and drop
VERSION 3 - KINGSIZE Assorted Fixes & Updates Resolved the "Blog Paginate" issues. Fixed the "Color Style" options by editing "theme-options.php" lines #773 through to #784. Updated "style.css" with a Background / Slider fix on lines #60 through to line #77. Updated "style.css" line #88 through to line #97, ".nojs img" for background fix. Updated the "/gallery-widget/" with two new files, "attachment.php" and "loop-attachment.php" (image link resolved). Slider is disabled by default. Previously it was
To enable your Homepage Background Slider, make sure that inside the Theme Settings, you've already enabled this feature. From this point, beneath the KingSize WP menu option you will see "Background Slider", you'll want to select this menu item... Uploading Slider Images When inside the "Background Slider" section, at the very top you will see the option to "Choose File" and when clicked will open a new window that allows you to select from your
Inside your WordPress Dashboard, in the left-hand sidebar you will see the "Portfolio" menu option. Click this and you will have the option to view all "Portfolio" items, "Add New" portfolio items, and create "Portfolio Categories" that you can use to organize the different type of portfolios you wish to display on your site. This also enables you the ability to create multiple portfolios and assigning categories. Adding in New Portfolio Items It's pretty simple
Here we will provide you with some details pertaining to your custom Gallery Templates. All the need-to-know facts are found below, including steps. For further information, read the FAQ's at the bottom of the page or submit a support ticket to our website for more help. Documentation also includes helpful information not included in this post. Five Different Gallery Types Don't feel restricted by just one type of gallery. Instead, pick from the 5 pre-configured
You can now use the WordPress gallery with lightbox applied. All you have to do is create a post like you normally would, upload / insert the images using the icon at the top of your post. When you go to insert the gallery, change the "Link Thumbnail To" from the default setting (Attachment Page) to "Image File" instead. Publish / Save your post and your good to go.