Access the General Theme Options via Appearance > Customize > General or via Appearance > Theme Options > General.
Site Layout sets the layout of the site to Wide ( stretches across the browser ) or Boxed ( confined to the Max Site Width setting )
Max Site Width
Set the Maximum Width of your site on Desktops. This will confine the site content within this width value. The default value is 1440px.
Element Animation sets the animation style of the Menu & Dock Bar drop down panels. It also controls the animation of Posts loading onto the page.
Element Border Radius
Element Border Radius controls the edges of various elements throughout the site. Here are some examples of this setting in use:
- 0px, this sets the elements to have straight edges
- 10px, this sets elements to have a 10px curved edge
- 100px, this sets elements that can allow 100px and those elements that can’t, default to the maximum border radius of 15px.
Default Page Layout
Default Page Layout sets the default layout for each page created & those pages that have their individual layout settings set to Default. This option can be overwritten by using the Page Layout option within the each Page.
This Breadcrumbs option is a global option that controls the display of Breadcrumbs acrsoss the site. You can override this setting within the Options of each Post or Page.
Page Comments allows comments to be activate on pages. Please ensure you have enabled comments in WordPress ( Settings > Discussion ) prior to enabling this option.
Author Bio allows you to set the display of the Author Biography ( See WordPress Admin > Users > Edit > Biographical Info ) on either Posts or Posts & Pages.
Number of Sidebars
Set any number of sidebars using this option. Once a value is entered, the number of Sidebars will be created within WordPress Admin > Appearance > Widgets. Default is 2 sidebars.
Use First Image of Posts
If no Featured Image is set on the post, this option will retrieve the first image of the post and use that as a temporary “Featured Image”.
This option controls the use of the Lightbox script. If you wish to use your own script, please disable this option.
This option uses the Fancybox Lightbox script to display CSS classes within a lightbox. The class must contain a link tag, see examples below: