Many themes offer some form of social networking capabilities, from comprehensive to basic links to profile pages. This theme gives you a social menu location within the footer area. Setting up your social menu items is just like the other menus, except you are using the “ Custom Links ” option for each social network.
This theme currently offers 22 sidebar positions to give a variety of flexible layouts using widgets. I would also recommend you check out the “Publish Widgets on Select Pages” tutorial in the Basic Theme Setup section as well if you want to manage where your widgets are seen. You should also check out the “An Introduction to Theme Sidebar Positions” tutorial for additional information about dynamic sidebars.
With this theme, you can change the “Copyright” name in the footer. By default, it’s setup to show this:
You have a few options here:
How you style your column is up to you, so this tutorial will get you started…
Morphology Lite offers unlimited colours, which means no two websites will look alike. Only your imagination can limit your colours, but ultimately you have infinite colour combinations at your disposal. Plus, as you change the colour, you can view the result in the preview window of the customizer in live time! Almost all elements within your web pages can be changed using the colour settings available for Morphology Lite.
Not everyone wants to show the post date, author, comments, and anything else that might interfere with their website look and style. Everyone will be different, so this tutorial will show you how to enable or disable select elements. Below are the complete list of settings you can manage elements:
There may be times when you will want to use excerpts for your blog post summaries (the intros) and even have the option to create custom excerpts instead of having WordPress grab a portion of your post. This tutorial will show you how to enable excerpts for your blog.
With Morphology Lite, you get four (4) blog styles that you can choose from, whereas the pro version of Morphology offers 6 (with the addition of a grid and masonry layout). The screenshots below will give you an idea of how they look. Some may be similar, but they still offer some difference between the 4 options.
This tutorial will take you through the steps of creating an amazing splash page like the demo website shows: