Themes

ALPS for WordPress

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Download ALPS for WordPress 2.0.4

Found a bug? Please let us know by creating a ticket on GitHub.

Theme installation via WordPress Admin Panel

  1. In your WordPress admin panel, navigate to Appearance->Themes
  2. Click Add New
  3. Click Upload Theme
  4. Upload the zip file that you downloaded.

Theme settings

ALPS Custom Settings

  1. In your WordPress admin panel, navigate to Appearance -> Settings
  2. Set the custom logos, theme color schemes, footer description, copyright and address.

Set front and posts page

  1. In your WordPress admin panel, navigate to Settings->Reading
  2. Set Front page displays to a static page
  3. Select a page from each dropdown
  4. Save Changes

Set page template

  1. In your WordPress admin panel, navigate to Pages
  2. Edit page
  3. In the sidebar, navigate to Page Attributes*
  4. Select Template from the dropdown
    • Default Template: Default template for all pages
    • Home Template: Includes story block and freeform/relationship post fields [Example page]
    • News Template: Landing page of posts in the category news. [Example page]
    • Longform Template: Provides a large, single column page that focuses on the content. [Example page]
    • Single Template: Provides a single column width page with the ability to add rows with columns in varying widths (100, 70/30, 50/50, 30/70, images, and parallax images areas.) [Example page]

Add widgets to sidebar

  1. In your WordPress admin panel, navigate to Appearance->Widgets
  2. Drag widget to widget area
    • Primary Top / Primary Main / Primary Bottom (Home Template): These areas allow you to put content at the top and bottom of the main content areas on the home template.
    • Footer: The area at the bottom of the page.
    • Sidebar (Breakout Block): This area is located at the top of the sidebar, and is pulled out from the sidebar area a bit.
    • Sidebar: This is the main aside on the page.

Add menus

  1. In your WordPress admin panel, navigate to Appearance->Menus
  2. Create a menu
  3. Add links
  4. Go to Manage Locations tab
  5. Select location for the menu to appear
    • Primary Navigation: The main navigation for the page
    • Secondary Navigation: Appears above the main navigation
    • Secondary Footer Navigation: Appears above the main footer navigation
    • Primary Footer Navigation: The main footer navigation at the bottom of the page
    • Tertiary Navigation: Appears below the page header on the News Template