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Missing style sheet error when installing the theme

A common issue that can occur with users new to installing WordPress themes is a "Broken theme and/or stylesheets missing” error message being displayed when trying to upload or activate the theme. This error message does not mean that the theme you have purchased is broken, it simply means it has been uploaded incorrectly. Luckily, there is a very easy fix.

AJAX not opening your posts?

Try making sure your posts don’t actually lead to a 404 page, you can do this while in the dasboard clicking on “view item” right under the title.

If they are returning a 404 page, go to Settings->Permalinks and re-save your settings.

How do I first setup my homepage?

  • Create a new page
  • Select the “Homepage” template
  • Publish
  • Browse to Settings -> Reading
  • For “Front page displays” select “A Static Page”
  • Choose the page created earlier
  • “Posts page:” can be left blank (best) because you can create your blog page using the “Blog” template.
  • Go to Appearance -> Theme Options to edit your homepage options.

How can I change the thumbnail sizes for the gallery entries?

1. Open content-galleries.php

2. Change line 71 accordingly

aq_resize( wp_get_attachment_url( get_post_thumbnail_id() ), 400, 500, true )

The 400 value is the width and the 500 value is the height. Changing the width won’t do anything though unless you change the width. But if you set the 500 value to 400 this will create squares instead of the default portrait style images.

3. Refresh site

Where can I find my Galleries archive?

WordPress automatically will create an archive for your galleries custom post type. This will be located at yoursite.com/galleries/ if you are using “pretty” permalinks. Otherwise with the default permalinks it will be at yoursite.com/?post_type=galleries

note: If you alter the slug of your galleries post type then the URL will change to reflect this new slug.

How do I make each individual blog post appear as fullwidth?

You can remove the sidebar easily with some custom CSS added to your site:

.page-template-templatesblog-php #sidebar,
.single-post #sidebar { display: none; }
.page-template-templatesblog-php #post,
.single-post #post { width: 100%; }

Now to increase your featured image cropping edit content.php line 79:

aq_resize( wp_get_attachment_url( get_post_thumbnail_id(), 'full' ),  650, 9999, false )

Change the 650 value to 980

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