Go to Flotheme – Pages where you will find a number of different pages and settings related to them.
This section can contain a number of different pages that can vary depending on your theme. A few common pages you can find are:
– About Page
– Contact Page
– Home Page
– Listing Page
– Blog + Blog Posts
– Default Page
– Additional Pages (this section include Search, Archives and Not Found page settings)
For the most part, Pages like About, Contact, etc. will have very few options, of any at all, but rather a detailed screenshot of the page structure. This will help you edit the page template when located within the Pages section.
Other page tabs like Blog Posts, Portfolio Gallery, Additional Pages will include settings you can adjust.
Blog Post settings are pretty simple. They are all broken down into sections and tabs where you can make changes to a selected section.
Blog Post area you can select:
– Default post layout
– Full Width
– Right / Left Sidebar
– Auto set featured image
– Blog Post Responsive Images
In this section you can make adjustments to the Featured Image settings, Title Fonts, Background Colors, etc.
In the following tab you can change:
– Blog Post Content Width
– Content Sizing
– Distance Below Images
This area deals with many small elements at the bottom of a Blog Post such as:
– Sharing Options
– Comment Area
– Navigation Links
Related posts are considered the blog posts within the same category. Enable / Disable related posts within blog posts.
Portfolio Gallery tab provides a screenshot of the page structure and allows you to change the permalink structure if that is required.
In this area you can adjust Back to Portfolio Button and Next / Previous Gallery Buttons
In the following area you set the default layout for all galleries. Depending on the layout you select, options to customize will change accordingly.
The following settings are related primarily to Text, Colors and Label adjustments.
The Default Page settings allow you to assign a Sidebar by default to each page. The selected layout will be used as default for the new created pages. It does not affect the existing pages.
Overall, this section is pretty simple. When users search for Blog Posts or Galleries on your website, the Search Results layout will be structured according to the one selected.
Each layout has a unique number of settings that can be adjusted. These settings are standard, just as any other Content Block you can adjust Font, Colors, Padding, etc.
Archive Pages are related primarily to Blog Posts and Galleries. Similar to the Search Results Page, you can select a desired layout and then make font and color adjustments if needed.
“Not Found” Page
Within the “Not Found” Page there are only a few fields you can change titles to:
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