Options are the backbone of Uncode. They give you full control over your website, and they enable you to customize a design without using a single line of code. The major groups of options you can set in Uncode are:
- Theme Options: these options control the global settings for the entire website, unless otherwise specified in Page Options. This advanced cascade options system is based on the WordPress page template hierarchy.
- Page Options: you will find Page Options at the bottom of every page, post, portfolio or product page. Page Options can be used to override the Theme Options for single page diversification. You can read more about Page Options in the dedicated chapter.
Uncode’s advanced Theme Options panel features a number of useful options. They are logically organized into tabbed sections (General, Single, Archives, Visual and Utility). To access the Theme Options panel, go to Uncode > Theme Options in your WordPress admin.
In this group you find settings to define general aspects of your site: the logo, the menu type, the general layout settings and footer options:
- Navbar: these options define the Logo and the Menu settings.
- Layout: these options define general structure settings of your Layout.
- Footer: these options define structure settings of your Footer.
In this group you settings to define aspects of the individual page, post, portfolio or product single layout (where no diversifications are specified in the Page Options):
- Post: these options define the layout of your single blog posts, more infos.
- Page: these options define the layout of your single pages, more infos.
- Portfolio: these options define the layout of your single portfolios, more infos.
- 404: these options define the layout of your 404 page, more infos.
- Product: these options define the layout of your single products (WooCommerce required), more infos.
In this group you find settings to define aspects of the WordPress archives such as your main blog, your portfolio or your shop:
- Posts: these options define the layout of your main blog and posts categories, more infos.
- Pages: these options define the layout of your pages categories, more infos.
- Portfolios: these options define the layout of your main portfolio and portfolio categories, more infos.
- Authors: these options define the layout of your authors archives, more infos.
- Search: these options define the layout of your search resuslts archive, more infos.
- Products: these options define the layout of your shop and products categories (WooCommerce required), more infos.
In this group you find settings to define the visual aspect of your site such as colors, typography, skins and advanced behaviors:
- Palette: these options define colors variables to be used on your site, more infos.
- Typography: these options define Font Stacks and typographic variables, more infos.
- Customize: these options define Light and Dark Skins and define visual elements settings, more infos.
- Extra: these options define complementary customisations settings.
In this group you find usefull utlities:
- Sidebar: create your dynamic sidebar, more infos.
- Connections: create your social networks links, more infos.
- Google Maps: insert your required Google Maps API Key, more infos.
- Redirect: set a redirect page (manatinance mode), more infos.
- Performances: control performances settings and Adaptive Images options, more infos.
At the bottom of the Theme Options you find additional settings:
- Save New Layout: this option allows you to save your Theme Options as a new layout.
- Ajax Saving: this option enables the convenient Ajax saving mode making the options panel more performing.
- Reset Options: this option resets all your options to the initial state, note that this action is irreversible.
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