Basic Configuration - Documentation
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The general theme section allows you to control the behaviour and the overall appearance of your theme.
To configure this part go to cutechurch>->Settings.
The style section contains the customizer.
Click to create your own style for the whole site or individual pages. You can pick colors, modify sizes and much more with a real time theme preview. Choose the style to be loaded in the layout options.
Сlick Copy and enter a new name to duplicate the style. Then you choose your new style from the list and can make adjustments.
This section makes the arrangement of your content very easy and flexible. You can enable or disable system output, define the layout of the theme's widget or module positions and select a style you created in the customizer. Additionally you have the possibility to store your modifications in a layout profile and assign it to different pages.
To configure this part go to cutechurch->Layouts.
Сlick Add in Layouts page and enter a new name to create the layout.
“Style” option enables you to assign a style to your layout. In addition with the customizer and the layout manager this makes styling your pages very flexible.
Widgets can be displayed in different styles with additional icons and badges. Widgets are grouped according to the positions in which they are published. Additionally, you can filter them by keyword and positions to which they are assigned.
To configure this part go to cutechurch->Widgets.
To tell your theme what should be rendered as your main navigation, we need to setup a menu in Wordpress and assign it as our main navigation.
First of all, you need to create a new menu and add your menu items. For detailed instructions, see the WordPress documentation. In this example we add all existing pages by default and remove one that we do not want.0
When you first install the CuteChurch theme you may want to hide the front-end from visitors while you set things up for the final launch.
CuteChurch includes a built-in “Maintenance mode” add-on which you can use to redirect any “non-logged-in” users to your page of choice. This will allow you to create a cool “coming soon” or “under construction” page using WordPress pages without having to install 3rd party plugins that may or may not work and don’t allow you to take advantage of all the awesomeness. And if you want to share the site with a client, simply create an account for them and they can log in and view the site!0