This theme offers you a nice custom designed Error 404 page that you can change the various elements within it. To give you a quick peek at the error page, here is a screenshot:
This theme includes the Font Awesome icon set. However, if you use or plan to use a plugin that already has Font Awesome loading in your site, we don’t want to see our font awesome load twice, so I’ve added a setting in the customizer to disable the theme’s own font awesome.
Unlike the previous tutorial for setting up a different banner image and caption box for select pages, this one is not quite as flexible, but it does have a built-in feature that lets you display the same image and caption across all pages of your website, or you can even set it to randomly rotate images when pages load.
Let’s finish this up with part 3 by creating the Showcase Gallery that is seen at the bottom of the front page…
Now that we got the front page content part done…the actual page itself, now we need to focus on the Landing Page sections with sidebar content.
If you would like to create a front page like the live demo has, this tutorial will show you what I did. Most of it will involve shortcodes which will require the Opportune Shortcodes plugin to be installed; you can find this in the original download package for this theme.
This is more of an introduction than a tutorial for my Opportune Grid plugin that you will find in the original download package of this theme. You won’t need this installed because the Opportune Pro theme already has a grid layout that is based on the Bootstrap version 3 framework…or partially I should say.
Opportune Pro includes a shortcodes plugin in the downloaded package. When you install the “Opportune Shortcodes” plugin, you will add many new elements that you would not otherwise have had from the theme itself. Using a plugin method, you can later change themes and if all goes well, your shortcodes should still work and still maintain their original styles. Note that I said should because there may be other themes or plugins that might override Opportune’s shortcode styling. To try and prevent this, we prefixed the name “opportune” to each style like this example:
With Opportune Pro, you can customize your “Read More” button which is actually an arrow icon.
This will be a simple tutorial to help you make any text link as a button, including adding styling attributes such as colour and size. Current button styles for Opportune Pro are: