Note: If you just want to setup your site like our demo site to start, read this section. Make sure you have WooCommerce active before importing the demo content - when it asks you can skip the WooCommerce page setup when it asks you.

Great Resources

After Installation Tips

  1. Make sure your: "Settings -> Reading -> Front page displays" is set to "A static page (select below)" and both drop downs have a page selected. (just create two blank pages if you haven't yet - called Home and Blog for example, to choose here)
  2. Setup your navigation menu at: "Appearance -> Menus"
  3. Add your Header / Logo image at: "Appearance -> Header"
  4. You can change this themes site background options at "Appearance -> Background"
  5. Visit the Appearance -> Widgets area to add content where needed.

Image Sizes
Note that for the most part these are just suggested sizes, but they give you a starting point.

Portfolio Thumbnail: 352x250px
Features: 52x52px

Themedy Settings Explained
You can reach the Themedy settings panel by visiting "Appearance -> Themedy Settings"

General Options:
- "jQuery menu?": Adds a drop down toggle for the menu.
- "Enable load progress bar across site?": Shows a loading bar while the page loads initially.
- "Enable CSS animations across site?": Turn on / off the animations shown on the front page of our demo site as you scroll down.
- "Enable header overlay layers (noise/vignette)?": Adds a dark overlay over the background video shown behind the count down - so vidoes don't overpower the text.
- "Enable jQuery retina-ready images?": Creates retina ready images for devices with retina displays.

Features Area:
- "Enable the features area on front page?": Turns on or off the section that displays the data from the "Features" area in the dashboard.
- Set the amount of feature items shown.
- Or turn off the features area and make it a widget area instead, where you can then add widgets via Apperance -> Widgets to where this area was.

Home Page Options: These functions allow you to easily change the custom front page, add a countdown, set a video background and more.

Subscribe Area: This is the email subscribe area shown on the bottom of every page. You can use these instructions to use MailChimp / Aweber or you can enter a shortcode for a contact form from a plugin like Gravity Forms.

You can also use the option here to turn off this area and make it a widget area instead, where you can then add widgets via Apperance -> Widgets.

Appearance: Using this color panel you can change the various color settings of this theme.

Social List: Add your social media accounts here to have them show up at the top of your site.

Footer: Customize the text shown in the footer area.