Theme for Responsive
Theme Name: Responsive
Demo Preview: http://responsivedemo.wordpress.com/
Responsive is a feature-rich theme with numerous page layouts, widget areas, custom menu areas, breadcrumb naviagtion, a homepage template, and custom social icons, all packed into a completely responsive design.
Responsive’s Home template gives your site a professional feeling and allows you to focus the user’s attention on a featured callout, supported by three widget areas.
To get started, create a new page and assign it the Home template under Page Attributes. Populate it with some content and set a Featured Image to have them appear in the content area, and then set that page to be your Static Front Page.
Custom Call to Action:
If you would like to display a custom call-to-action button in your Home template content area, in the Customizer, under “Theme Options”, set “Homepage Call to Action” to “yes” and enter a custom URL and button text (defaults to: “Read more ›”).
Home Widget Area:
There are three available widget areas under the content block in the Home template which can be customized in Appearance → Widgets.
Responsive’s breadcrumb navigation is enabled by default. To disable them, set “Enable Breadcrumbs” to “no” in the Customizer.
Custom Social Icons
To display the custom social icons in Responsive’s footer, set the corresponding social network links under “Social Links” in the Customizer.
Responsive offers a number of page layouts: a full-width page; split 50/50 content/sidebar layouts with either the the sidebar to the right or the left of the content; and a landing page template without a sidebar.
These templates can be set through the Page Attributes section on the page editor screen.
There are four Custom Menu options in Responsive: the primary menu; a secondary menu that displays directly under the primary; a top menu in the header; and a footer menu at the bottom of your site.
You can set up the custom menus by going to Appearance → Menus.
Responsive includes four widget areas aside from the Home template widget areas. A primary sidebar widget area, a gallery sidebar widget area that only appears on image attachement pages, a footer widget area, and a header widget area can all be customized in Appearance → Widgets.
Custom Header and Background
Responsive features a fully flexible Custom Header that will replace the site title and description. It can be set under Appearance → Header. The background can also be customized under Appearance → Background.
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