Installing your theme: http://docs.famethemes.com/article/11-installing-a-theme
Installing sample demo data (optional): http://docs.famethemes.com/article/31-installing-demo-data
Translate the theme to your language: http://docs.famethemes.com/article/32-how-to-translate-a-theme-to-your-language
Front Page Setup.
Create your new page and give it a name, e.g : Home and Set the page template to Home Widget Builder Template
Go to Reading -> Settings and change your front page to the Home page you recent created above.
Once you have activated your theme you should take a few minutes to read over and configure the Theme Customization page. Navigate to Appearance > Customize to load the theme settings. From here you can change site logo, theme layout, typography, colors, etc...
The Glob includes up to 11 widget areas :
- Header Right
- Home Hero Top
- Home Content Top
- Home Content Left
- Home Content Right
- Home Content Bottom
- Footer 1
- Footer 2
- Footer 3
- Footer 4
Widgetized Homepage Template
The Glob includes a widgetized homepage template with up to 5 particular widget locations where you can place WordPress widgets, custom widgets or any content you want. You can arrange the widgets on the front page as you like and create a unique and amazing magazine layout to display your content in an effective way. To enable this functionality you need to add or assign widgets to predefined widget areas in Appearance > Widgets.
The Glob theme comes with 6 custom widgets that can be used to show post layout display – they can be found under Appearance > Widgets.
You’ll find all the settings for Glob at Appearance => Customize => Theme Options. We’ll cover each section here in the documentation.
Archive Layout Option
Single Post Option