You can customize DigitalLaw settings via "Theme Options". You can upload logo or change skin color etc. Here are details of each section that you can customize.
You can change Layout related changes here. Like you can switch to Boxed or Wide layout, or you can select Skin color or you can on or off responsive design from here.
This is the global color for all hightlighted things. This color will be used in Tabs, Accordion, Progress bar, text link and other areas. We have provided some pre-defined colors for you which you will also find on our demo site.
You can setup and change fonts for different like Genral fonts, H1 heading fonts etc. You can customize font-family, font-style, font-size, color, line-height and backup font. We provided 650+ Google Webfonts to choose from. Also you can see preview of each font here.
Floating Bar has two positions to choose from (Top & Right). The postion is set to Top the Floating bar opens up from above the Topbar area, and when Right position is set it opens up from Right side (this is default view) . This is expandable/collapsible area. There is small icon to open/close it.
This area shows widgets. You can add widgets in
Admin > Appearance > Widgets > Floating Header Widgets and all widgets will appear here. Also the area is DYNAMIC WIDTH ready when set to Top Position so if you add 2 widgets than it will show widgets in two column. When set to Right Postion the Widgets set will show under each other.
Topbar is a shortcut info bar for your clients. You can provide email address or your phone number here so visitor can contact you instantly. Also you can show social icons here.
You can change settings for Titlebar from here.
You can change header settings from here. You can upload logo, enable or disable sticky header etc.
DigitalLaw theme comes with 15 different header styles. Here are description for special designed header style:
logo-after-thisclass to it. Here is the example view:
Note: Please note that the "CSS Classes" option will be hidden by WordPress directly. So if you can't see this "CSS Classes" option, than just go to Admin > Appearance > Menus section. Than click on the "Screen Options" button at top-right corner. Than check the "CSS Classes" checkbox and you will see the "CSS Classes" box to add the class. See screenshot given below for more details:
You can manage menu and sub-menu (dropdown menu) settings from here. You can also change Responsive Menu Breakpoint from here (from which display size the menu will become single icon mode). You can change Font-family, font-size, font-color, background-color etc properties for both main-menu and sub-menu both.
You can change footer text from here. You can use the following shortcodes in your footer text:
You can login page background image, background color and other setttings from here.
You can change settings for Blog section from here.
You can settings for "Team Member" section from here.
Change settings for portfolio
You can change Error 404 page content from here.
You can change Search results page settings from here.
You can change Sidebar related settings from here. Also you can create a new sidebar from here.
You can set URLs from Social links from here. Also you can enable or disable RSS feed link from here.
You can change settings related to WooCommerce from here.
The DigitalLaw theme comes with built-in Under Construction mode so you don't need to install any other plugin for it. You can enable it from here. You can change text and background settings from here. Here are steps:
You can set advanced settings (like SLUG for different post type) from here.
You will get theme details like version and developer details from here.
You can import or export theme settings from here. This will be usefull when you are developing your site on other server and want to move only theme settings. Just click "Download" button to export the settings and click "Import from file" button to import it.
Note: When you click on "Import from file" than it will open new textbox. Just open the downloaded file in any text editor and copy paste code here to import.