Please check the documentation page before you submit a ticket. You can find the documentation files here: http://touchsize.com/fontana-doc
Also, check out the tutorial video: http://youtu.be/6dl61e99CkM
All our themes use default crop/resize sizes that are set in the theme options panel. If you feel the images on your website look blurry, go to the Theme Options tab, find the Image sizes tab and find the post view or place where you feel that images need to be cropped/resized bigger in size. For example if the images in the grid view look blurry, find the grid view image size and change those to numbers that are bigger. Change the numbers you see there to the ones you like, but keep in mind the bigger the image - the heavier the website becomes and load time is also bigger. Try to get the best compromise for quality/load depending on your style.
If you have any of our latest themes - you have the option to change the slug for the custom posts (video, gallery, event) and for their category pages. This can be done by accessing the General tab of the theme options panel, the options should be placed at the end of the list.
First of all, you'll need to change the name in the inputs and click the save button. After you new settings with the new slugs are saved, you will need to reset your permalinks. In order to do that you will need to go to the WordPress Dashboard Settings-> Permalinks tab. There, you need to click the save button. No need to change any of the settings for the permalinks, just click the save button.
If everything is done right, you will get new URLs and no 404 pages will appear. If you get the 404 error after this, try to check again your settings and reset the permalinks again. Also, clearing your browser cache could help.
Caching software is used to improve the performance of your website and is an indispensable tool for a WordPress site administrator. However, when you’re serving several versions of a blog to different mobile devices, this becomes problematic. It may give the appearance that your mobile theme is not functioning.You cannot give the same cached version to everyone. You may see:
Widgets are tiny blocks of specific functionality that you can place in your WordPress sidebars (also known as widget-ready-areas). For beginners, this is an easy way to add things like quotes, popular posts, facebook like boxes, and other dynamic items on their WordPress site.Widgets allow you to add different functionality and features to your WordPress sidebars without writing any code.
Widgets can be found on Appearance -> Widgets page in your WordPress admin area.The big panel on the left side shows all available widgets. The small panels on the right are the widgetized areas.
To add a widget:
There are multiple ways to add widgets to sidebars available in your WordPress theme. The easiest one is to simply drag and drop them to your sidebar.
You can also click on a widget title from the list of available widget. WordPress will show you the list of sidebars where you can add this widget.
To remove the widget:
Look for the widget that you want to remove in your sidebars and click on the widget title to expand it.Below the widget settings, you will find the link to delete the widget. Deleting a widget will remove it from your sidebar and will also delete widget settings like title or any options that you selected. Also you can drag the widget back to the left panel to delete a widget from sidebar.
Some widgets are too simple and don’t have many options in their settings while others have many options and settings.If you want to keep the widget setting for future use, drag it to the Inactive Widgets instead of the Inactive Widgets panel. It will save your widget settings.
Widgets with red background are custom Touchsize widgets that you find in all our themes.