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Reply To: Theme – Kanso (issues with setting up site)

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Hey Skrag,

first of all, thank you for the purchase!

I will go over the issues in the same order:

1). If by “graphic” you mean the slider (which currently says “Coming soon etc”), I would strongly recommend installing the demo slider provided with the theme – please go to “Revolution Slider” admin menu, click on the green “Import Slider” button, and choose the “” file from the “Resources” folder, which is located inside the main ThemeForest archive (“Kanso_WP_Theme_Package”). The slider will look exactly like the one from the theme demo, you can then edit it by clicking on the blue “Edit Slides” button next to the respective slider. Do not forget to change the name of the slider in the “Header Revolution Slider” option on the “Revolution slider” tab of the Theme Options panel.

2). The main menu becomes left-aligned automatically on screens with less than 1030px width – this is a part of the theme’s responsive (mobile-friendly) framework; you can check the behaviour on the theme demo as well ;) if you still want the menu to stay on the right on <1030px screens, please insert this piece of code into the "Style: Add Custom CSS" tab of the Theme Options panel:

@media only screen and (max-width: 1030px) and (min-width: 767px) { #header #nav-wrap { text-align: right !important; }

3). Not sure I understood what you meant here, could you please clarify? In case you were wondering if you can create other pages using given page layouts – then yes, it is possible.

4). Yes, you can do that, this setup has been showcased in the theme demo. You’d need to use the “Blog Posts” template for that page, and the link to the blog posts page will appear on the one-page website automatically once you have more posts than the value set in the “Number of blog posts per page” option on the “One-Page Website” tab of the Theme Options panel.

5). There are no widget areas inside the content of the one-page setup; only in the footer, as shown in the theme demo. Other pages (e.g. blog and individual pages, as well as posts or portfolio projects) may have sidebar widgets. The “Social Media” widget included with the theme displays links to social media accounts, just like in the footer of the theme demo – for a solution that lists recent social media posts please look for third-party plugins, e.g. this one for Facebook.

Should you need additional clarifications in any of the areas, please let me know!

Andrii / Satori Studio