Feast

How do I add pdf menu’s for download

Adding menus for download to the theme is quite easy and painless. The most important thing to remember is that the downloaded item need to be a pdf document.

 

1. Open the menu post that you want to add the pdf document to, and access the menu manager.

2. Upload the pdf

 

3. Click the save changes button.

4. That’s all the theme will take care of the rest.

2. I’m unable to add widgets to the front page

Particularly when you migrate from another theme you might find that the previous theme settings are still reflected in the theme.

One of the settings that might influence your ability to set up the theme is the front page settings.

To rectify this, you first need to Click the settings menu, and click to access the reading tab.

next you need to ensure that in the line “front page displays”, your latest posts are selected.

Prevent Categories from dividing post into pages.

Sometimes you want all categories to show on one page. One if the examples is the food menu categories in the feast theme.

To understand the answer to the question, you need to understand the WordPress paging system and how to tweak this to perfection.

Whenever categories pages are shown, WordPress expect multiple posts to be shown, and showing 100 posts on one page is bad practice. For that reason WordPress incorporates a paging system that divides the content into pages.

Mostly the effects of the paging system are a welcome and unnoticeable feature, but it gets a little unnerving when content are spread over more than one page, and you want to add them all on one page.

The answer for this is to set the posts per page in the WordPress theme settings.

To access the solution first click on the settings tab in the wordpress admin menu, and then on reading

second from the top are the settings that will allow you to set the posts per page:

just set the 10 in the example to the number of posts that you want in a page and save the settings.

Now refresh the page for the solution to take effect.

My logo shifts to below the menu.

When you upload a larger logo it might shift to below the menu and lose alignment with the menu.

The reason for this is that you are uploading a logo which together with the menu are wider than the width of the page.

Remember that if you have followed the steps set out below and your logo are showing over your menu, you will need to make your logo smaller or decrease the number of menu items.

On line 287 of your style.css file you will find the following line:

a.logo img {
    float: left;
    margin-left: 20px;
    margin-top: 25px;
}

Simply change it to

a.logo img {
    position: absolute;
    top: 20px;
    left: 0px;
}

Adjusting the height in follow on pages.

Adjusting the height in follow on pages is really easy.

First you would need to locate the header.php file in your theme folder.

On line 44 you will find the following piece of code:

<?php if (!is_home()) { ?>
#topbg{height: 240px; overflow: hidden;}

you simply need to adjust the 240 to whatever your needs are.

Should you wish to remove it completely just make the height 0.

How to edit ‘Proudly designed by Netstudio’

Editing the footer ‘Proudly designed by Netstudio’ should be quite easy, here are the steps to take:

in your theme folder you will find a file called footer.php

In the top third of the file you will find the following lines of code:

<div id="site-generator">
   <a href="<?php echo esc_url( __('http://www.netstudio.co.za/', 'feast') ); ?>"
   title="<?php esc_attr_e('Netstudio', 'feast'); ?>" rel="generator">
   <?php printf( __('Proudly Designed by %s.', 'feast'), 'Netstudio' ); ?>
   </a>
</div>

you can delete this lines completely or change as follow:

<div id="site-generator">
   <a href="<?php echo esc_url( __('address_to_link_to', 'feast') ); ?>"
   title="<?php esc_attr_e('Name_to_show', 'feast'); ?>" rel="generator">
   <?php printf( __('Your_proudly_designed_by_sentence %s.', 'feast'), 'Name_to_show' ); ?>
   </a>
</div>