This section will provide you with an in-depth guide on how to use the Corlate Options. To access the Corlate Options page, go to Dashboard > Appearance > Customize > Corlate Options.
In the Header Settings section, you will have the option to enable social icon on the header. You can also enable the Header Top Email bar to show your phone or email address. You will get several header customization options such as topbar background color, header background color, header padding, sticky header, and sticky background color.
This section will let you set everything related to the logo. You can set an image logo or text logo. You can even set the width and height for the logo.
On this page, you can change your site’s font-family, font size, font weight, font color etc. 600+ Google fonts added in this font selection option. Typography settings will let you customize the font options for the body, menu, and header 1 to header 5.
Layout & Styling
These options manage the site layouts, color variations, link color, button color, hover color, background color or images etc.
This section lets you enter all of your social media profile links. Put the links of the social sites you want to show in the header of the site. If you don’t want to add any of the given social media, just leave the field blank.
We’ve provided preset coming soon page options. You can set the title, description, social media links to your coming soon page. To use this page, set the date first then publish it.
We’ve provided preset 404 page options. Create a new page using the 404 page template and then customize it from the Corlate Options page’s 404 page section.
This section controls the settings of the blog. You can decide if the blog shows categories, authors, date sidebar, blog publish date, view count, comments, category, blog style, content style, and much more. You can also control how many columns you want to show on the blog page. To enable social share, go to the bottom of this settings and select your desired social media you want to allow sharing.
Blog Single Page Setting
You can customize your blog single page from this settings. There’s plenty of features to play around. You can control the visibility of sidebar, blog publishing date, view count, comments, and category.
Here you can configure the look and feel of the bottom area located before the footer. Choose the number of columns and padding of the bottom area on this page. You can also customize the color of background, text, link, link hover.
This section allows you to customize the footer settings and contents. Adjust these options as you like. Select your preferred color from the color settings.