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Assets Multi-Purpose WordPress Corporate Theme Documentation

#. Introduction

This documentation explains the distribution of content and management for the Assets Multi-Purpose WordPress Corporate Theme, as seen in the Assets Multi-Purpose WordPress Corporate Theme Demo.

Assets Multi-Purpose WordPress Corporate Theme Documentation
1. Logo

You can Upload an image to use as your logo to fill this location of the theme within the Appearance >> Theme Options >>Header Settings. There ( Header Settings ) you will also find option to upload an image to use as your favicon. There are some advanced option to set the top and bottom margin for logo and menu. Here you will also be able to add top and bottom border color for the header area. The color picker will help you to select color very easily.

Watch this short video to learn more about header settings. ( 1.24 minutes )

2. Site Navigation

Once you have a few pages created, you can go to Appearance >> Menus and start creating some custom menus for your website. Click the "create a new menu" link, then start adding posts or pages from the left panels.

At the bottom of this page you will find "Menu Settings". At the bottom, you will find Theme Location where you can select the newly created menu for specific theme location like Header menu or Footer nemu. Then hit the save button on the right top area.

3. Home Slider

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

Within a Row we have added Revolution Slider element for this section. We altered the row settings to make the row full width without padding.  If you need to change in the slider, login to your WordPress admin panel >> Slider Revolution >> Then click on the slider and there you will be able to change each and every element on the slider revolution. 

4. Section 4

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

Within a Row, we added two WPM Section Heading Elements and another inner Row Element with 4 columns. Within each columns we added a Icon Element and a Text Block Element.

5. Section 5

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

We added a Row Element with two columns. On the left hand side column we added a WPM Section Heading element, a Text Block element and a Button Element. On the right hand side column we added a Single Image Element.

6. Section 6

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

We added a Row Element with two columns. On the left hand side column we added a WPM Section Heading element and a Text Block element. On the right hand side column we added a Progress bar Element.

7. Section 7

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

We added a Row Element with three columns. In each columns we added a Icon Element and a WPM Section Heading Element.

8. Section 8

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

Within a Row Element we added a WPM Section Heading and Three inner Row Element. We set each Row with three columns and within each columns we added a WPM Icon Box Element.

9. Section 9

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

We took a Row Element and set it as Four Columns. Within each columns we added a Icon Element and a WPM Section Heading Element.

10. Section 10

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

Within a Row Element we added a WPM Section Heading Element and a Text Block Element. Within the Text Block Element we used WPM Gallery Shortcode.

11. Section 11

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

Within a Row Element we added a Text Block Element and a Button Element.

12. Section 12

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

We added a Row Element with two columns. On the left hand side column we added a Single Image Element. On the right hand side column we added a WPM Section Heading element, a Text Block element and a Button Element.

13. Section 13

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

We added a Row Element with two columns. On the left hand side column we added a WPM Section Heading element, a Text Block element and a Button Element. On the right hand side column we added a Single Image Element.

14. Section 14

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

Within a Row Element we added a WPM Section Heading Element and a Text Block Element. Within the Text Block Element we used a WPM testimonial Shortcode to show a specific testimonial.

15. Section 15

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

Within a Row Element we added a WPM Section Heading Element and WPM Blog Element.

16. Section 16

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

Within a Row Element we added a WPM Section Heading Element and a inner Row Element with two columns. Within each columns we added a WPM Custom Team Item Element.

17. Section 17

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

We added a Row Element and set it as 6 columns. Within each columns we added a Text Block Element. Within the Text Block Element we added a image logo.

18. Section 18

3 to 18 section comes within page builder. To edit those sections you need to login to your WordPress admin panel then visit Pages. There you will see all the pages. The home page will be marked as "Front page". Click on the edit link and then you can edit the home page. 

We added a Row Element we added a WPM Google Map Element.

19. Footer Widgets

This area is widget ready area and you can add content here by going here... Appearance >> Widget >> Footer widgets ( One / Two / Three / Four ). You can add up to four widgets. Also you can disable this area by going here... Appearance >> Theme Options >> Footer Settings.

Here you will also find a very advanced option to make your website more professional with style. That is Footer layout settings. Here you will be bale to define how your footer widgets will appear on the footer area.

20. Footer Copyright Area

Add your own Copyright text here from Appearance >> Theme Options >> Footer Settings.

21. Footer Credit Text

Add your own credit text here from Appearance >> Theme Options >> Footer Settings.

22. Social Icons

The social media link icons can be managed within the Appearance > > Theme Options > > Social Bookmarking.

Using this option you have the flexibility to add your own social icons. You can re-order with drag & drop, the order will update after saving.

23. Tap To Call Phone Number

The tap-to-call phone number or click to email text can be managed within the Appearance >> Theme Options >> Contact Information

In order to make the phone number a tap-to-call for the mobile site, simply add this piece of code to the "Tap to Call" Phone Number field:

Black Text Example:

<span style="color:#000000; font-size:18px;" >Call Us: <a href="tel:1234567890" style="color:#000000;">1-2345-678-90</a></span>

White Text Example:

<span style="color:#ffffff; font-size:18px;" >Call Us: <a href="tel:1234567890" style="color:#ffffff;">1-2345-678-90</a></span>

The <a href="tel:phonenumber"> is the HTML needed to make the phone number actually function as a phone number. If you need to make the number appear larger, you can add basic HTML to do so, here we added the font size 18px. You can increase or decrease the font size. Please note that the phone number should not contain any dashes, just numbers only.

Optionally you can add you email address here using following codes.

<span style="color:#000000; font-size:12px;" >Email Us: <a style="color:#000000;" href="mailto:name@email.com">name@email.com</a></span>

Please, watch this short video to learn more about Contact information settings ( 1.30 minute )

#. Get Support

If you have any questions that are beyond the scope of this help file or even suggestions on how to improve the theme, the best way to get in touch is via our Premium WordPress Themes Support Form.

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