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Hey Stevo,

first of all, thank you for the purchase!

I’ve replied to your email yesterday, yet I will duplicate the message here as well so that the forum users can also benefit from the information:

Hey Stevo,

first of all, thank you for the purchase!

The vertical tabs you’ve mentioned are created using the same [TABS] shortcode, with “style” attribute set to “3” (i.e. “style=3”). I’ve attached the full shortcode from the demo here – it will create exactly identical tabs on a page where you paste it.

Regarding your question about the blog layout in Tokyo – it has a sidebar by design, and there is no back-end option as of now to remove it. However, this can be achieved relatively easily with some custom CSS:

.blog #content { width: 100%; }
.blog #sidebar { display: none; }
.blog #content .featured-thumbnail { width: 100%; }
.blog #content .featured-thumbnail img { width: 100% !important; max-width: 100% !important; }

You can insert the above code at the end of the theme’s “style.css” file (should open by default when you visit “Appearance -> Editor” admin menu) or into the child theme’s stylesheet, in case you are using a child theme (which I would recommend doing).

Just in case, I should probably mention that there is a manual included with the theme, the file is called “Tokyo_Manual.pdf” and is found inside the “Tokyo_WP_Theme_Package” directory which is inside the main downloadable archive ( There is e.g. a list of all shortcodes with respective options in Appendix 2 of the manual.

Andrii / Satori Studio