As many users of Seasonal Pro will discover, this theme uses a slightly different menu type that most are commonly used to. This theme uses a “Toggle Menu” instead of the standard hover type with a drop down or flyout submenu.
As it is common for all sites to have a contact page, each site will probably do something different than another person. However, if you want to make a contact page like the demo site of Seasonal Pro, this tutorial will guide you through the process.
There may be some situations where you do not want your sidebar to always have its content vertically aligned in the middle, but rather float it up to the top. Now with Seasonal Pro version 1.0.2, you can now do this.
Seasonal Pro uses shortcodes to achieve some fancy in-page content elements that includes:
Now that you had an introduction and to the basic settings when using a global background image, it’s time to now look at custom backgrounds on a per page or post basis. This means that when you are creating a post or page, you get a “Sidebar Background” meta box right below the “Featured Image” meta box so that you can change the sidebar for that post or page.
Now that you have an introduction to the sidebar background feature for Seasonal Pro, it’s time to begin making a custom change. I will section off each option for you, but to show you what the default setting looks like
Seasonal Pro gives you a sidebar that is customizable to the level of:
This is probably one of the most complex things for any website, regardless of the theme you use because within your site pages, there are many typography elements happening. When you consider that there are literally 1000’s of font styles available, you cannot possible include them all into a theme. Each person has their own preference as to the font and styling they like, so this also creates a challenge in theme development. Consider the following:
In the event a browser takes a little more time to load a page, you don’t want your visitors to sit there looking at a blank white screen wondering, is it loading? Seasonal Pro includes a preloader that shows before any page is loaded, which looks like this, although it’s animated:
This is a quick tutorial on changing the sticky label whenever you make a post sticky (Featured), as well you can change the “Continue Reading” link.