You can configure the theme optionsa using the theme’s administration panel located under "Appearance > Theme options". The theme options are organized in tabs, each one of them covering a specific section or function of the website.
Each option contained in a tab often comes with a little help text to clarify its usage.
This theme supports the WordPress native theme customization panel, available from version 3.4. Theme customization allows you to edit the appearance of your theme.
Options are conveniently grouped in layout sections, and a number of controls that allow the modification of fonts and colors are available.
A large number of selected fonts from the Google Web Fonts library is available for you to use in the theme Customize screen.
If you want to use your own font, create a new font-face kit using the font-face Kit Generator from Font Squirrel or download an already created Font Face Kit and upload it under the "Custom Fonts" section in the Theme options page. You’ll then find your newly uploaded font in the fonts selection dropdown menu.
This theme supports the WordPress custom menus feature.
This theme has two custom menu locations, one for the main navigation, and the other for a mobile-optimized navigation. Both navigations offer multi-level support.
To setup your custom menus, navigate to "Appearance > Menus". Give your menu a name and build it up using the available items. To extend the available menu items, click the "Screen Options" tab at the very top of the screen and configure your options. Once you have built your menu, save it and assign it to a location.
This theme supports the following post formats:
Some post formats feature specific options; if the selected post format needs a more specific control, an additional metabox will appear in the post editing screen.
This theme supports ustom image sizes. Newly uploaded images are automatically resized. Previously uploaded ones aren’t automatically resized. To batch resize images in your Media Library according to the theme image sizes, you can use the Force Regenerate Thumbnails plugin.