The notification shortcode and all other supported plugins uses colors set from your colors tab. If you have a plugin that has not been supported, you will need change any of their notifications color manually through your custom CSS editor. Follow the screen shot below on how to change your default color scheme.
Make sure you have custom links enabled for your gallery. And make sure you set you the link input for your image.
This simply means that you haven’t updated or “flushed” your permalink structure. You can flush it in two ways. Flush Permalink Structure #1 Flush Permalink Structure #2
You can control all your heading tags through your theme options panel. But if you need more specific control, you can target your archive title for category pages only. Insert the following CSS into your Custom CSS Box.
Yes, this theme is a white-label product.
Making the Header Transparent You currently can’t control the opacity of your color through the theme options panel. But you can always set the opacity of a color through your custom CSS box. Setting the Header to Span From Edge to Edge You can set the max width to be a very large number. This… Read More
By design, and popular vote, I disabled the WooCommerce breadcrumbs. I figured if people really wanted breadcrumbs, they would have a better experience using breadcrumbs enabled by the Yoast SEO plugin. Below is a screenshot on how to enable it. Please leave your thoughts and comments below and whether or not you want the default… Read More
Being able to set a background color as transparent is very important from a design perspective. So I made sure to give you that ability through WordPress’ new color picker. And it’s really easy. Simply leave your color value blank. When WordPress Canvas saves and compiles your CSS again, any blank color value will be… Read More