CSSIgniter – El Greco WordPress Theme
El Greco is a travel guide theme for WordPress. It allows you to display your content via the standard WordPress posts you know and love. Each post has been customized to give you the ability to add a review score or a hot-word to highlight the post.
Creating your menu
Now that your content is in place, you need to set up the menus. Go to Appearance > Menus and create two menus, one for the header and your main menu. Customize each one by adding menu items to it and then go to “Manage Locations”, set the menus on their respective positions and save.
Adding content to your Homepage
The homepage on El Greco consists of the slider and the Homepage widgetized area. You can access this area and add content to it in Appearance > Widgets.
Duplicate the demo’s layout
On the demo’s homepage we have a post set to appear on the slider and some widgets in the Homepage sidebar. These are five CI Category widgets displaying three posts from a particular category each in a three column layout.
Changing Footer text
The theme features eight custom widgets, which can help you display additional information.
All widgets can be accessed from Appearance > Widgets. Below each widget you will find a small description explaining their functionality.
The Settings Panel
Last but not least, under Appearance > CSSIgniter settings, you can find our custom built settings panel. From here you can manipulate various aspects of your theme, including, but not limited to, changing your logo, setting a custom background, changing color scheme and applying custom styles via the custom CSS tab. All options feature a description so you instantly know their provided functionality.
How to use the page builder template
The theme comes bundled with a page builder template which allows you to use your favorite page builder plugin on it and create unique layouts very easily.
To use that template start by going to Pages > Add New. This will create a new page. Add a title to your page and select the Page builder template from the template drop down in the Page Attributes metabox.