Elmastudio – Pukeko WordPress Theme
You will find all the customization settings for Pukeko under Appearance → Customize. We will extend the options further in upcoming theme updates.
You will find the following panels under Theme:
• General Styling
• General Colors
• Featured Header
You can choose the theme buttons style (sharp edges, rounded edges or round) under General Styling. The link color can be customized under General Colours. And you can hide the header search under Header.
You will find the options for your Featured Header under Featured Header. Before adding your Featured header content, you should first upload your Featured header image under Customize → Header Media. The image measurements should be at least 2000×1200 pixel (larger images can be cropped during the upload process).
You can specify the footer text color (light or dark) and the footer background color and adjust the credit text at the bottom of the footer under Footer.
Under Blog you can specify whether you want to display the blog in 1, 2 or 3 columns and whether you want to display the blog sidebar only on the blog page, only on single posts or on both. If you don’t want to display the blog sidebar at all, you just have to remove all widgets from the “Blog Sidebar” widget area.
Further you can choose to hide some post information such as categories, the author’s name, the number of comments or the date.
Under Appearance → Customize → Site Identity you have the possibility to upload your own logo image. The image is displayed inside the header bar and should have a height of 960 pixels. The width is flexible. The logo will be scaled automatically so that it fits into the header area. The best thing to do is to use a transparent PNG as logo image or an image that has the same background color as your header.
Under Site Identity you can also decide whether or not you want to display the title, tagline and/or your logo image.
Child Theme for Customizations
If you want to customize Pukeko a little further and you need to change the code in the stylesheet (style.css) or in any of the theme template files, please consider creating a child theme for your changes. A child theme is an extra theme dependent on a parent theme to store all your additional custom code. Using a child theme saves all your individual theme file changes from being overwritten by any future updates of the parent theme.