Portfolios are a little more flexible than Galleries are in their usage.
Galleries are a single page of images that will open in lightbox.
Portfolios are multiple posts displayed on a page with optional pagination.
Continue reading “A little about working with Portfolio Shortcodes”
Creating Galleries in KingSize WordPress is what makes it so unique.
There are a variety of ways in which you can display your photos.
There are no limitations to how many Galleries you can create.
Continue reading “A little about working with Gallery Shortcodes”
We often get asked the same question and unfortunately it’s extremely hard for us to answer this.
Each hosting company has a different way you backup your websites.
So we’ve put together a collection of common places we’ve seen buyers hosting at and have compiled a list of links that will take you to their FAQ and Knowledgebase pages that will further explain how to complete a full website backup.
If you do not find your hosting company listed here, or still uncertain how to back your website up, we would encourage you to contact your hosting company for instructions on how to perform your own website backups, specific to the company you host with.
Continue reading “How do I Backup my Website?”
On of our most asked about questions is:
“How do I change the color of the navigation and content body?” and similar, “How do I change the shape and color of the menu and body?”
We do cover this in our FAQs, but we’re going to cover it here too.
Continue reading “How to Change the Navigation and Body”
We’re often asked, “What is the difference between a ‘Page Template’ and a ‘Shortcode’ Gallery?” and we’ll explain. Continue reading “What’s the difference between the Galleries?”
Creating a Gallery via “Page Templates” is how our template originally handled Galleries but later in the release of version 4.0+ we introduced the new post-type called “Galleries” where you can now create Galleries and use a shortcode to call them. The method of using a shortcode is a bit more versatile than using a page template, but both are available for your use. Continue reading “WordPress 3.5 – How to create Galleries with Page Templates”
Let’s review how you’d create a gallery using the Gallery Shortcode.
In earlier versions (and the current documentation for version 4.0.3) it’s a little different than it is now for WordPress 3.5. The user-interface has changed a little as noted in our previous post, “WordPress 3.5 – How it affects KingSize WP“. So let’s get started. Continue reading “WordPress 3.5 – How to create Galleries with Shortcodes”
On December 11th, 2012, WordPress released Version 3.5 named for the jazz drummer “Elvin Jones”.
With the release of this new version, there have been some changes to the “User Interface” which many of us were not overly thrilled about as we were accustomed to the old ways. Yet with improvements, always must come change. So there are some updates we’d like to take a few minutes of your time and explain a little about as they do affect our current version of KingSize WordPress v4+.
First and foremost, our template is fully compatible with the latest version of WordPress and if you’re interested in seeing what changes came out with the release of WordPress Version 3.5, we encourage you to checkout the “WordPress 3.5 Codex/Change Log“. Continue reading “WordPress 3.5 – How it affects KingSize WP”
Updates can be as easy or hard as you want to make it. We say that because there are a variety of ways a person can update the version of there template and if you follow these instructions, we’ll try and make it as painless and as successful as possible. Continue reading “How do I Update? Important for Version 4!”
There are quite a few shortcodes available in KingSize WordPress.
Most of which can be seen on this demo “Shortcodes” page.
Shortcodes are designed to make adding certain options and features a little less difficult and time consuming sifting through code. Continue reading “How to use Shortcodes”