Help File

Help File: The Gossip

Help file last updated on 14, June 2016

1.0 Getting Started

1.1 Downloading The Theme

Go to your ThemeForest Downloads page, locate the theme, click the green Download button and select the All files & documentation option.

Downloading The Theme

Unzip the file once it has downloaded and you will now see a folder called thegossip-theme. Within this folder you will see the following:


1.2 Installation

Before installing the theme make sure you have installed WordPress 3.7 or higher. You can download WordPress for free from WordPress.org.

There are two ways to install the theme, please choose the one that best suits you:

1.2.1 Installing Through WordPress Admin Panel

  1. Log in to the WordPress Admin Panel.
  2. Go to Appearance -> Themes.
  3. Click the Add New button.
  4. Finally click the Upload Theme button and upload thegossip.zip (NOT thegossip-theme.zip).

If the theme is too large to be uploaded you will need to increase the upload limit as explained here. Alternatively upload the theme via FTP as described below.

1.2.2 Installing Through FTP

If the theme is too large to be uploaded through the WordPress admin panel you should upload the theme through an FTP client instead.

To set up an FTP client refer to the WordPress documentation on this http://codex.wordpress.org/FTP_Clients.

Once you have set up your FTP client upload the thegossip folder to your WordPress themes directory wp-content/themes/ (this is in inside the thegossip-theme folder if you downloaded the full theme download).

1.2.3 Activating the theme

Once you have installed the theme you should activate the theme by going to Appearance -> Themes and clicking the Activate link below the The Gossip theme.


1.3 Installing Required & Recommended Plugins

1.3.1 Installing Plugins

This theme comes with one required plugins:

  1. TheGossip Plugin: Includes a number of features that you can still use if you switch to another theme such as your slides and custom sidebars.

The theme also recommends several other plugins used in the demo, which do not need to be installed if you don't want to use them. To view the recommend plugins go to Appearance -> Installed Plugins.

1.3.2 Plugin Issues

If the required plugins are not installed go to Appearance -> Install Plugins and click the Install link for each plugin.

Plugins

You can also find the plugins inside the theme folder you downloaded at thegossip-theme/thegossip/lib/plugins/. You can then upload each plugin zip file manually as follows:

  1. Log in to the WordPress Admin Panel.
  2. Go to Plugins -> Add New.
  3. Click the Upload link in the top sub-menu and upload each zip file.

1.4 Importing Demo Data

You can import the demo data so your site looks like the theme demo. This is the easiest way to setup your theme. It will allow you to quickly edit everything instead of creating content from scratch. The demo data imports posts, pages, categories, media, widgets and menus. It will not overwrite your existing content or modify any WordPress settings.

1.4.1 Importing Demo Data

To add the demo data follow the step below:

  1. Go to Tools -> Import and select the WordPress option. If you are prompted to install the WordPress Importer plugin you should do this.
  2. Click the Browse button and locate the demo.xml file that is inside the thegossip-theme/thegossip/Help/Demo Content/ folder and double click the file to select it and then click the Upload file and import button.
  3. A new screen will appear, check the Download and import file attachments option and click Submit.
  4. To import the demo widgets go to Tools -> Widget Import/Export, click the Choose file button and locate the widgets.wie file that is inside the thegossip-theme/thegossip/Help/Demo Content/ folder and double click the file to select it and then click the Import Widgets button.
  5. If you get a message that a widget is not supported or already exists please ignore it. It just means the widget has not been added to the sidebar probably because it's already in the sidebar or it's not enabled on your installation (e.g. BuddyPress widgets).

  6. Now go to Appearance -> Menus and under the Manage Locations tab select "Left Menu" for Left Header Navigation and "Right Menu" for Right Header Navigation.
  7. Finally go to Settings -> Reading, select A static page option and from the Front page drop down menu select the page called "Home" (leave the Posts page drop down menu empty).

1.4.2 Removing Duplicate Demo Data

Reimporting the demo data will not duplicate posts, pages, images etc if they have already have been imported, however menu items will be duplicated. If you want to remove these go to Appearance > Menus and manually delete the duplicate links. You can quickly remove them using the Quick remove menu item plugin.

1.4.3 Removing All Demo Data

If you want to remove all the demo data you imported there are two ways to do this:

  1. WordPress Reset plugin: This plugin is the fastest way to get rid of content. However, it will remove all posts, pages, menus, images, widget data, theme options, etc from your website, not just the demo data. It does not remove plugins, but will deactivate them. Only use this plugin if you are able to start over.
  2. Manual removal: This method will take longer and simply involves manually deleting all of imported posts, pages, menus, images etc.

1.5 Updating The Theme

From time to time free theme updates will be released which will include bug fixes and feature updates.

1.5.1 Activating Update Notifications

In order to receive update notifications you need to do the following:

  1. Go to ThemeForest Downloads page and find this theme.
  2. Check the Get notified by email if this item is updated option as shown in the image below.

Update Notifications

1.5.2 Updating The Theme

Please read below to find out whether you can or cannot do a full theme update:

  • If you have edited any of the parent theme files, including any of the PHP or CSS files that come with the theme, you cannot do a full theme update.
  • If you have only edited theme files in your child theme, you can do a full theme update.
  • if you have only made changes to the theme options, widgets etc you can do a full theme update.

If you have made changes to the parent theme files you cannot do a full theme update and will need to update the theme manually. In future it is recommended that you create a child theme to make changes to the theme so you can update the parent theme without your changes being overwritten. To set up a child theme see Creating A Child Theme.

1.5.2.1 Full Theme Update

To perform a full update do as follows:

  1. Go to your ThemeForest Downloads page, locate the theme, click the green Download button and select the All files & documentation option.
  2. Unzip the file once it has downloaded and you will now see a folder called thegossip-theme.
  3. Go to Appearance -> Themes and activate another theme (if you're using a child theme you will still need to activate another theme to delete the parent theme even though it's not activated).
  4. Now click the Delete link for the The Gossip theme (if you're using a child theme make sure you delete the parent The Gossip theme).
  5. Click the Add New button.
  6. Finally click the Upload Theme button and upload thegossip.zip (NOT thegossip-theme.zip).

1.5.2.2 Manual Theme Update

To perform a manual update do as follows:

  1. Go to your ThemeForest Downloads page, locate the theme, click the green Download button and select the All files & documentation option.
  2. Unzip the file once it has downloaded and you will now see a folder called thegossip-theme.
  3. Now read the changelog so you can see what files that have been updated, added and/or removed.
  4. You can use DeltaWalker or DiffMerge and compare the code changes between your modified files and the new theme files.
  5. Before uploading the new theme you should make a backup of the current version you have installed. This can be done by downloading the theme folder from your server to your computer.
  6. Now upload the new thegossip folder that is inside your thegossip-theme folder to your WordPress themes directory wp-content/themes/.

1.6 Updating The Plugins

Whenever a new version of a plugin is available you will be emailed that the theme has been updated if you activated update notifications as described in the Activating Update Notifications section.

To update the theme plugins do the following:

  1. Update the theme as described in the Updating The Theme section.
  2. Now go to Appearance -> Install Plugins and check the plugins that need updating, select Update from the dropdown menu and click Apply.

Updating Plugins


1.7 Basic Troubleshooting

Disable all your plugins to see if this fixes any issues you are experiencing. If it does, reactivate the plugins one by one or in groups so you can identify which one is causing the problem.

If the problem is not fixed activate the default Twenty Twelve theme to see if this fixes the issue. If the problem still occurs it is likely a WordPress issue instead of a theme issue and you should post a support topic at the WordPress support site at http://wordpress.org/support.

If the problem is fixed it may be a theme issue, in which case post a support ticket at http://ghostpool.ticksy.com and include your website address and WordPress admin login details.


2.0 Creating Pages

2.1 Shortcodes

This theme comes with several shortcodes. Shortcodes are pieces of code that can be inserted directly into your posts, pages and widgets to add certain content easily such as sliders, toggle boxes and dividers.

  1. Click the Visual tab at the top of the text box on any post or page.
  2. Click the GP button to open the shortcode window.
  3. From the shortcode drop down menu select a shortcode, which will automatically be inserted into the text box.
  4. You can view the full range of options for all the shortcodes from the following page.

TinyMCE


2.2 Homepage

2.2.1 Creating A Homepage

  1. Go to Pages -> Add New to create a new page.
  2. Give your page a title and in the text editor add one of the following:

    Homepage Example 1 code:
    [slider post_type="slide" cats="" width="1110" height="500"]
    
    [clear]
    
    [two]
    
    [featured_posts small_title_length="40" header="Technology" header_link="http://thegossip.wpengine.com/category/technology/" color="#e93952" rss="#" cats="technology"]
    
    [/two]
    
    [two_last]
    
    [featured_posts header="Music" rss="#" color="#9521f7" cats="music"]
    
    [/two_last]
    
    [carousel header="Gaming" color="#52C0D4" rss="#" cats="gaming"]
    
    [clear]
    
    [featured_posts type="horizontal" per_page="5" large_meta_tags="true" small_image_width="78" small_image_height="78" small_meta="false" large_excerpt_length="350" header="Business" rss="#" color="#bdd452" cats="business"]
    
    Homepage Example 2 code:
    [slider width="1440"]
    
    [clear]
    
    [two]
    
    [featured_posts header="Technology" rss="#" color="#e93952" per_page="1" cats="technology" large_image_width="691"]
    
    [/two]
    
    [two_last]
    
    [featured_posts header="Music" rss="#" color="#9521f7" per_page="1" cats="music" large_image_width="691"]
    
    [/two_last]
    
    [clear]
    
    [featured_posts type="horizontal" header="Business" rss="#" per_page="5" color="#BDD452" large_meta_tags="true" large_image_width="691" large_image_height="350" small_image_width="78" small_image_height="78" large_meta="false" small_meta="false" large_excerpt_length="0" cats="business"]
    
    [clear]
    
    [featured_posts type="horizontal" header="Gaming" rss="#" per_page="5" color="#D45255" large_meta_tags="true" large_image_width="691" large_image_height="350" small_image_width="78" small_image_height="78" large_meta="false" small_meta="false" large_excerpt_length="0" cats="gaming"]
    
    Homepage Example 3 code:
    [slider]
    
    [clear]
    
    [posts image_width="770" image_height="300" image_wrap="false" cols="1" excerpt_length="800" header="Latest Posts" rss="#" color="#52C0D4"]
    
  3. Scroll down to the Post Settings panel and set the Layout drop down menu option to Fullwidth and Title drop down menu option to Hide.
  4. Scroll down to the Discussions panel and uncheck the Allow comments option, if you cannot see the Discussions panel click here.
  5. Go to Settings -> Reading, select A static page option and from the Front page drop down menu select the page you just created (leave the Posts page drop down menu empty).
  6. You can create your own custom homepage layouts by using different shortcodes and changing the shortcode options.

2.2.2 Editing The Existing Homepage

  1. Once you have created or imported your homepage you can edit the existing shortcodes.
  2. Replace the existing category slugs with your own slugs. The slugs can be found by going to your category pages (e.g. Posts -> Post Categories) and locating the Slugs column.
  3. You can completely customize the homepage by adding/removing/moving different shortcodes. For a list of all the available shortcodes and their options click here.

Shortcodes


2.3 Blogs

This theme comes with a [posts] shortcode that can be used to display posts in a blog or gallery/portfolio format.

2.3.1 Creating Posts

  1. Go to Posts -> Add New to create a new post.
  2. Give your post a title and content in the text editor.
  3. Scroll down to the Post Settings panel where you can control the way the post looks.
  4. On the right-hand side you will see a Featured Image panel, click the Set featured image link to set an image for this post.
  5. After uploading or selecting your featured image click the Use as featured image link in the image upload window.
  6. On the right-hand you can assign your post to categories from the Categories panel.

2.3.2 Inserting Posts Shortcode

  1. Go to Pages -> Add New and insert the following post shortcode into the text editor: [posts]
  2. To add posts from a specific category to a post shortcode add the post category slugs to the cats="" option (go to Post -> Categories and get the slugs from the Slug column).
  3. You can also change a variety of other blog options by adjusting the shortcode, for a full list of blog options see this page.

2.4 Portfolios

This theme comes with a [posts] shortcode that can be used to display posts in a blog or gallery/portfolio format.

2.4.1 Creating Posts

  1. Go to Posts -> Add New to create a new post.
  2. Give your post a title and content in the text editor.
  3. Scroll down to the Post Settings panel where you can control the way the post looks.
  4. On the right-hand side you will see a Featured Image panel, click the Set featured image link to set an image for this post.
  5. After uploading or selecting your featured image click the Use as featured image link in the image upload window.
  6. To add additional images/audio/images in a lightbox click the the Add Media button and upload your files.
  7. On the right-hand you can assign your post to categories from the Categories panel.

2.4.2 Inserting Posts Shortcode

  1. Go to Pages -> Add New and insert the following post shortcode into the text editor:
    [posts image_width="250" image_height="150" cols="3" per_page="3" excerpt_length="10" pagination="false" meta_author="false" meta_date="false" meta_cats="false" link="image" title_size="18"]
    
  2. To add posts from a specific category to a post shortcode add the category IDs to the cats="" option (go to Posts -> Categories and get the IDs from the ID column).
  3. You can also change a variety of other post options by adjusting the shortcode, for a full list of portfolio options see this page.

2.5 Sliders

2.5.1 Creating Slides

  1. Go to Slides -> Add New to create a slide.
  2. On the right-hand side you will see a Featured Image panel, click the Set featured image link to set an image for this slide.
  3. After uploading or selecting your featured image click the Use as featured image link in the image upload window.
  4. Enter your page, image or video URL that you want the slide to link to in the Slide URL text field.
  5. On the right-hand side you can add your slide to a category from the Slider Categories panel.

2.7.2 Inserting Slider Shortcode

  1. To insert a slider into your page add the following code to the text box on any post or page:
    [slider post_type="slide" cats="" ids="" width="1110" height="400" hard_crop="true" per_page="-1" offset="" effect="fade" timeout="6" orderby="menu_order" order="asc" buttons="true" score="true" content_display="excerpt" excerpt_length="100" title="true" title_length="40" margins="" align="aligncenter" classes=""]
  2. To display both slides and posts use: [slider post_type="slide,post"..., to display just slides use: [slider post_type="slide".. and to display just posts use: [slider post_type="post"....
  3. To add slides from a specific category add the slider category slugs to the cats="" option (go to Slides -> Slide Categories and get the slugs from the Slug column).
  4. You can also change a variety of other slider options by adjusting the shortcode, for a full list of slider options see this page.

3.0 Theme Sections

3.1 Header

3.1.1 Changing The Logo

  1. Go to Theme Options -> General Settings and find the Custom Logo Image option.
  2. You can either copy and paste your logo URL into the text box or click the Upload button to upload or use an image from your media library.
  3. If you upload or use an image form the media library, select the image you want and then click the Use Image button at the bottom of the window.
  4. For retina support make your logo double the width and height you want to display it at, you can then specify the logo width and height in the options.

3.2 Navigation Menus

3.2.1 Creating Menus

  1. Go to Appearance -> Menus to set up your navigation menus.
  2. Click the create a new menu link and create two menus.
  3. Click the Manage Locations tab and select your menus from the Top Navigation and Body Navigation drop down menus.
  4. To create dropdown menus drag the menu items you want in the dropdown inwards and underneath the parent link as shown in the image below.

Navigation Menus

3.2.2 Mega Menus

To create mega menus that separates your navigation links into columns do as follows:

  1. Go to Appearance -> Menus and click the Screen Options button in the top right corner of the page and check the CSS Classes option.
  2. Now go to the link you want to turn into a mega menu and click on the down pointing arrow.
  3. In the CSS Classes text field add megamenu followed by columns-1, columns-2, columns-3, columns-4 or columns-5.
  4. To define each column drag the menu items you want in each column inwards and underneath the parent link as shown in the image below.

Mega Menus

3.2.3 Menu Text

To add text to your menus do as follows:

  1. Go to Appearance -> Menus and click the Screen Options button in the top right corner of the page and check the CSS Classes option.
  2. Now go to the link you want to add an text to and click on the down pointing arrow.
  3. In the CSS Classes text field add nav-text.
  4. Add your text to Navigation Label text box.

3.2.4 Link Colors

  • Go to Appearance -> Menus and click the Screen Options button in the top right corner of the page and check the CSS Classes option.
  • To change the navigation link colors, add one of the available colour classes in the CSS Classes text field for the desired menu link.
  • The available colors: terracotta, red, blue1, blue2, green1, green2, yellow, purple, pink, orange, lightgrey, darkgrey, black.

3.3 Sidebars

The sidebar area is used to display widgets. By default all pages display the Standard Sidebar. To create a new sidebar and assign it to a page do as follows:

  1. Go to Appearance -> Sidebars, click the Add Sidebar link and give your new sidebar a name.
  2. Now go to the desired page and scroll down to the settings panel and select one of your sidebars from the Sidebar drop down menu.
  3. To change the sidebar on all posts, pages, categories, products etc. this can be done from Theme Options.
  4. Now go to Appearance -> Widgets and drag and drop widgets from the Available Widgets panel over to the widget areas on the right.
  5. You can add any shortcodes, scripts, advertisements within a Text widget.

3.4 Footer

The footer comes in two sections. The first section contains the footer widgets. The second section contains the copyright text. To set up both sections do as follows:

3.4.1 Setting Up The Footer Widgets

  1. Go to Appearance -> Widgets and drag and drop widgets from the Available Widgets panel over to the five footer widget areas on the right.
  2. Each footer widget area represents a new column in the footer

3.4.2 Setting Up Copyright Text

  1. To replace the default copyright text, go to Theme Options -> General Settings add your own text in Footer Content text box.

4.0 Styling Your Site

4.1 Style Settings

With this theme you can style every element of the site as follows:

  1. Go to Theme Options -> Style Settings.
  2. Simply change the colors using the color picker or input your own color code.
  3. Click the Save Changes after you have finished editing this section.

4.2 Page Background

  1. Go to Appearance -> Customize to add your own background colour or upload your own background image.

4.3 Customizing The Theme

4.3.1 Creating A Child Theme

This theme comes with a child theme called "thegossip-child". A child theme inherits the functionality of another theme, called the parent theme, and allows you to modify, or add to, the functionality of that parent theme. A child theme is the safest and easiest way to modify an existing theme. Whenever you update the parent theme any changes you have made to the child theme will not be overwritten. To install the child theme do as follows:

4.3.1.1 Installing Child Theme

  1. If you haven't done so already go to your ThemeForest Downloads page, locate the theme, click the green Download button and select the All files & documentation option.

    Downloading The Theme

  2. Unzip the file once it has downloaded and you will now see a folder called thegossip-theme. Within this folder you will see thegossip-child.zip.
  3. Go to Appearance -> Themes -> Add New -> Upload Theme and click Choose File and select thegossip-child.zip.

4.3.1.2 Custom CSS Styling

If you want to change the appearance of the theme e.g. background colour, font size, font family etc. - everything CSS controls, you can change this from Theme Options > Styling in most cases. For more specific or advanced changes you will need to add your own CSS code to your child style.css file.

4.3.1.3 Overriding Templates

All the files in the thegossip root directory can be overridden in your child theme.

For example if you add a modified copy of page.php to your thegossip-child theme folder the site will use this version instead. In the future when you update the parent theme your version of page.php will not be removed.

In some cases it will be necessary to modify your child template files when updating the theme, for example if page.php uses a function name that has been changed in the parent theme. Such changes will be noted in the changelog, which you should read prior to updating the theme.

4.3.1.4 Overriding Functions And Filters

Files that cannot be overridden, such as those in the buddy/lib/inc/ directory contain functions and filters which can be added to your child functions.php file to override the parent theme functionality. If you want to edit a file, open the file in your text editor and look for any functions and filters you can override.

Overriding Functions

Open buddy/lib/inc/page-settings.php and you will see the following:

if ( function_exists( 'ghostpool_custom_init_variables' ) ) {
	ghostpool_custom_init_variables();
}

This is a function that allows you to insert your code into the file at this particular point.

So you can add the following to your child functions.php file to load your own variables instead:

function ghostpool_custom_init_variables() {

    // Custom page template
    if ( is_page_template( 'custom-template.php' ) ) {
		$gp_settings['layout'] = 'fullwidth';
		$gp_settings['sidebar_left'] = 'gp-default';
    }

    // Custom post type
    if ( is_singular( 'custom_post_type' ) ) {
		$gp_settings['layout'] = 'fullwidth';
		$gp_settings['sidebar_left'] = 'gp-default';
    }

    // Attachment page
    if ( is_attachement() ) {
		$gp_settings['layout'] = 'fullwidth';
		$gp_settings['sidebar_left'] = 'gp-default';
    }

}
Overriding Filters

Open thegossip/comments.php and you will see the following:

wp_login_url( apply_filters( 'the_permalink', get_permalink() ) )

This is a filter which allows you to change the URL the page redirects to after you login, via your child theme.

So in your child theme functions.php file add:

function ghostpool_comment_login_redirect() {    
    $gp_link = home_url( '/' ) . 'custom-page';
    return $gp_link;
}
add_filter( 'the_permalink', 'ghostpool_comment_login_redirect' );

This changes the redirect URL to "http://domain.com/custom-page".

4.3.1.5 Including Files in Your Child Theme

When you need to include files that reside within your child theme you will use get_stylesheet_directory(). For example add the following to your child functions.php file:

require_once( get_stylesheet_directory() . '/my_included_file.php' );

4.3.1.6 Translating Child Theme

If you want to add your translation files to the child theme upload them to thegossip-child/languages/. Make sure the language files are not prefixed with "thegossip-", for example the file should be called en_EN.po and not thegossip-en_EN.po.

For full instructions on translating the theme please see Translating The Theme (Localisation).

4.3.2 Custom CSS Settings

You can also add your custom CSS code from the theme options, however this is limited as you cannot edit the template files like you can with a child theme. To add your custom CSS code do the following:

  1. Go to Theme Options -> CSS and add your CSS code to the Custom CSS text box.

4.3.3 Developer Tools

An excellent way of editing your theme is to use the developer tools that come with most modern browsers. The developer tools allow you to see what HTML elements need to be styled and allows you to edit the styling of the theme within the browser window. These changes are not permanent and nobody else sees them, it's just a great way of adjusting the look of your site quickly. Here are some links to the developer tools for each of the major browsers:


5.0 Translating The Theme (Localisation)

The theme is localisation ready so all that is needed is your translation. This documentation covers two methods to create your translation. The easiest method is to use a plugin called Loco Translate and more advanced users can use Poedit.

5.1 Loco Translate

5.1.1 Translation

  1. Before you translate the theme make sure the following folder exists on your site, and is writeable by the web server wp-content/languages/themes/. This allows your translation files to be created outside of the theme folder so they will not overwritten when updating the theme.
  2. To set your default site language go to Settings -> General and select your language from the Site Language dropdown menu.
  3. Go to Plugins -> Add New, search for "Loco Translate" and install and activate the plugin.
  4. Go to Loco Translate -> Manage translations, locate the The Gossip theme and click the New language link.
  5. This will take you to a page where you can choose the language you want to translate to - make sure this matches the language you selected from Settings -> General.
  6. Next select the "create in global languages directory" option.
  7. Once you've done this you can translate the theme.

5.1.2 Updating Your Translation

If you update the theme and new text needs to be translated you also need to update the language file as follows:

  1. Go to Loco Tranlsate -> Manage translation and select your language file.
  2. Click the Sync button to load all the new text from thegossip.pot to your language file.

5.2 Poedit

5.2.1 Translation

  1. Before you translate the theme make sure the following folder exists on your site, and is writeable by the web server wp-content/languages/themes/. This allows your translation files to be created outside of the theme folder so they will not overwritten when updating the theme.
  2. To set your default site language go to Settings -> General and select your language from the Site Language dropdown menu.
  3. Install and open the translation program Poedit.
  4. Go to File -> New From POT/PO File and open the translation file from thegossip-theme/thegossip/languages/thegossip.pot.
  5. You will be asked to specify the language you want to translate to.
  6. Now click on each string and enter your translation in the text box.
  7. After translating the strings save your file. The filename should be prefixed with "thegossip" followed by the country code, so a Norwegian translation will be saved as thegossip-nb_NO.po.
  8. PoEdit will create a .po and .mo file containing your translations. Upload these files to wp-content/languages/themes/.

5.2.2 Updating Your Translation

If you update the theme and new text needs to be translated you also need to update the language file as follows:

  1. Insert your modified translation file (e.g. thegossip-en_US.po) into the thegossip-theme/thegossip/languages/ folder.
  2. Now open this file in Poedit and click Update and it will display the text changes from the latest theme update.
  3. Upload your updated .po and .mo files to wp-content/languages/themes/.

6.0 Advanced

6.1 Optimizing Page Speed

In order to improve the page load speed you will want to optimize your site. This is not something the theme alone can do as it would make editing the theme difficult for the customer and relies on your own site content.

We recommend you follow the steps provided by GTmetrix at http://gtmetrix.com/wordpress-optimization-guide.html.


6.2 SEO Optimization

The theme was created with the best SEO practice in mind, but to add greater SEO functionality we recommend you use the WordPress SEO by Yoast plugin.