Download ALPS for WordPress 2.2.1
ALPS Custom Settings
- In your WordPress admin panel, navigate to Appearance -> Settings
- Set the custom logos, theme color schemes, footer description, copyright and address.
Set front and posts page
- In your WordPress admin panel, navigate to Settings->Reading
- Set Front page displays to a static page
- Select a page from each dropdown
- Save Changes
Set page template
- In your WordPress admin panel, navigate to Pages
- Edit page
- In the sidebar, navigate to Page Attributes*
- 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]
- In your WordPress admin panel, navigate to Appearance->Widgets
- 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.
- In your WordPress admin panel, navigate to Appearance->Menus
- Create a menu
- Add links
- Go to Manage Locations tab
- 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