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Content Settings

The following article will review the content settings area in Flothemes > Content Settings. There are 6 sections in the content settings area:

  1. Listings Layouts
  2. Blog
  3. Galleries
  4. Pages
  5. Sidebars
  6. Image Sizing

Hopefully the areas are relatively self explanatory. The listings layouts area is for the relevant layout options in the latest posts type template (listing template).

Listings Layouts

The Listings layout area should be seen as various sections which we will explain below, there is a general settings area, and an area for each of the 6 possible layout options:

General Global Settings

These settings apply for all layout views, as well as the option to select the layout for search results pages.

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Layout Options

Each of the layout options will have a height setting, that will be the height of a single post in this view, it will also include typography settings relevant for each, you can see the example below (remember to use the gold ? to find out more details):

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Blog

The following section is relevant for your global blog post settings:

General Settings

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In this section you will see relevant options for showing related posts in the single post, date, category, tags and pagination options. You can also turn off the featured image on the single post here. Again make sure to check the gold ? for further hints.

Comments

The comments section allows you to enable comments for your posts, both WordPress and Facebook comments can be enabled by dragging them into place. For Facebook comments, you should create a Facebook application ID if you wish to moderate the comments:

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Archive and Category Page Layout

The following option will allow you to select the archive and category listing page views. This is useful if you have a categories section on your site:

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Galleries

The following section has settings that will allow you to update both the single gallery and gallery listing pages.

For this article we will be referring to the options available in Flothemes > Content Settings > Gallery.

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Back to Galleries

Enabling this option will add a back to galleries link in single gallery posts. You can enter the label name and the page which it should link to:

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Meta Data

The following options allow you to turn off the categories and tags options in the latest galleries type page:

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Archives Listing

The archives listing page for categories options are set with the following options.

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If a user searches for a category they will be displayed with the view selected above.

Others

Comments – enable or disable single gallery comments.

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Change Default WP Gallery Shortcodes – this will allow your WordPress galleries to replicate the lazy loading grid views that we display in our theme. See the following video on using the default WP gallery shortcode.

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Pages

The pages section has global page settings, including options for page width, page top and bottom margins, the 404 page settings, and page comments.

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Image Sizing

The featured image size settings allow you to set the size of featured images throughout the site. Some of these options are overwritten by the layout options. Remember to check the gold ? for more details.

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