Pytheas WordPress Theme

Theme >> WordPress - Pytheas WordPress Theme 4736 by WPExplorer @ CreativeMarket

File Size: 1021.31 KB; Layout: Fluid .

Pytheas is a very minimal corporate/business/portfolio/blog theme. It's super simple to setup, Portfolio and Services work with a custom post type and the archives/taxonomy templates are all setup to work right out of the box. There is support for font-icons in the navigation bar, social icons, widgetized footer and sidebar..and more!

Changelog: http://www.wpexplorer.com/changelogs/pytheas/

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Homepage setup

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1. Create new page and select the "home" template.

2. Go to settings-reading and define this page as the static homepage.

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Adding icons to your menu items

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To add icons simply add the font awesome class name to the menu item class field. You can find a list of the classes here: http://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/ - example for a home icon add the class name "icon-home" to your menu item class field.

Example: http://cl.ly/image/2P0t1P3I272o

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Sample Data

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A .xml sample data file is included so you can quickly add dummy content to your site and get it running in a breeze.

Download the theme Creative Market and extract the zip. Inside you'll find a file called sample-data.xml.

Then log into WordPress and go to Tools-Import and follow the procedure to import the sample data.

Once that's done go to Settings-Reading and define your homepage as the static front page. Go to Appearance-Menu to define your menu and last go to Appearance-Widgets to add your widgets.

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Services/Portfolio pages

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By default WordPres creates archives for custom post types at site.com/post-type-slug. You can locate your portfolio and services at site.com/portfolio and site.com/services.

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Services/Portfolio names/slug changing

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You can easily change the names for your post type labels and slugs via custom functions. Please see the docs here.

http://www.wpexplorer.org/knowledgebase/renaming-labels-slugs-for-the-symple-portfolio-post-type-plugin/

You could also just edit the files at functions/post-types/

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Contact Page

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I don't believe contact forms should ever be built-into a theme. For this reason this theme provides support for the Contact Form 7 plugin (free) and it is the one we use in the demo and we recommend. That said you can use any you wish.

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Questions?

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If you have any questions, bugs please leave them below. Thanks for the purchase!

Keywords: wordpress, wpexplorer, theme, minimal, clean, simply.


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