Noticeably, this is an universal documentation to themes options included in the admin UI that you can find in admin panel of themes which i've made up.
It's in general, so this documentetion doesn't describe in detail any particular Wordpress theme that you can associate neither with this website, nor company,
however this tutorial contains mix of all theme options which you can find in all of Wordpress themes from this website, or company.
I don't wanna mislead you when you're making a decision to buy, so i hope that's clear enough.
Take a look for 'Theme Options' (menu)
This is a theme menu where are all of theme options enabling you to customize themes. If you've already
installed and activated theme then you can be seeking for
theme options in left WP menu under Appearance like you can see on the first photo on right side of this page.
Select the 'Appearance' and 'Theme Options'.
Start to customize your theme (orientation)
It's not so particularly accurate photo that absolutelly represent all of my Wordpress themes, but it's just slightly different from theme to theme.
There's no great difference. In any one of my Wordpress themes it's orientated positionally from top to bottom. What you can see on your home page on the top
is as well customizeable within top parts of menu. Example, your logo is a header image on the top. When you're uploading logo, so you're gonna change the header picture
on the top, whereas totally on bottom of the navigation are options to customize behaviour of Wordpress core,
Upload a logo (that's a header image on the top of page)
This image should be higher than it's seen on desktop, because will be displayed differently on mobile devices and you should be permanently using the same format under the
same name (logo.jpg) in your theme directory.
You can keep using default image and icon sets which you've got from the absolutelly first moment. I'm rather including open source images downloaded from
pixabay.com and other websites, which have described license and there're even links to the websites in license.txt file of your theme,
nevertheless, you can upload your own that shlould better represent your business, activity, or whatsoever.
Font Awesome icons
Some of my themes enable you to be using Font Awesome icons. Here's a directory
of icons where you can easily find and pick up the most suitable icons for you. The right way is just to copy and paste as is explained. For example,
this is a code of the 'VISA icon'. In this example you should try to copy and paste
code: <i class="fa fa-cc-visa"></i> You don't have to style anything, merely you ought to insert (paste).
Images and URLs in your home page
URL is an adress, that's a path to your images, pages, ect. For example, complete path to the image that you can see above is
https://www.unisoftdev.tech/demo/images/admin2.jpg and to this page
https://www.unisoftdev.tech/demo/admin like you can see in the bar of your current browser. When you're uploading any photos via image manager you can find the path
when you check html of your post. Just click on code icon </>.
404 error pages
You can choose one of three designs that will be displayed when your users will try to visit non-existing, or deleted url. This pages are from theme to theme same, or
some of them are changed.
Speed up and SEO
This section provides options to clean up some of Wordpress disadvantageous massy code that can seriously hurt your SEO (in any of search engines). That's changes
Wordpress PHP core actions, ie blocks the behaviours. In detail, Wordpress 4.2 invented 'improvements' helping developers, which (by default) disables any caching of your files by web browsers
and some else engines as social medias machines, or CDN. It's nice for developers, however very bad for users. If your pages are prevented from caching then you are
getting worse positions in Google, or Bing, your page load is slower and of course, you'll be able to see that it become more expencieve for your budget, since
you pay more for bandhwich.
Set up Google map
If your wordpress theme supports option of integrating Google map, then you can see step-by-step how to find your code on Google and which part insert inside of theme
You can see, you should insert only url between the first quotation marks.
Here's am advise from Google help, an instructions, which you can follow if
you think that my tutorial is not enough understandable, however, don't forget that you should take only code between first quotation marks.
Select: 'show (turn on)'
That's not all. You should select option in admin's theme options as you see on image in the right that you wanna show your Google map on your pages. If you'll
not select, then it will keep showing the place on the map added by default. Even if you will not touch any one of these two options (show/hide).
If you are willing to display your place on map within theme on your website, then you ought to select the option: 'show (turn on)' as well.