Discussion on OneStudio - A Unique Responsive WordPress Theme


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Hi, my client really loves your theme, so far everyone really likes it, good work!

For SEO reasons I would like to get rid of the ”/portfoli-items/” in the urls, but still want them to work like they do now. Is there a way to get rid of this on every item in the url somehow?

best regard

Hi, thank you for your kind words, I appreciate it. Each custom post has a unique slug in the URL, this is how WordPress handles custom posts and it is available no matter the theme you use. You can hack the URL by adding some rewrite rules like this plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/remove-slug-from-custom-post-type/ does – unfortunately I can’t offer support for such changes, so you are on your own with this requirement specific to your project. Hope this helps.

I just noticed the slider images on the homepage of the theme don’t retain any ALT tag information.

This is rather essential for SEO.

Any way to fix this issue?

Hi, I will take a look at this problem and try to come up with a solution to it in the next theme update. Alt tags barely influence SEO in my opinion and I think you should focus more on the text content for the homepage – use a plugin like https://wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-seo/ to better handle this task. Hope this helps.

Looking at this theme for a client. Do you know if it is compatible with WooCommerce or any other e-commerce plugins?

Hi, thank you for your interest – the theme doesn’t have official compatibility with WooCommerce and wasn’t tested with any other e-commerce plugins. With some custom changes you could add such functionality easily. Hope this helps.

Hi, I am planning to buy the theme for my company. Is the theme support the latest version of WordPress 4.5.2? Tx

My pleasure, glad that helped.

Hi again. I am almost finished with my website. The template is great and very user friendly. Thanks a lot. I would like to change the body text font size but I could not. Could you please help on how to do that? Best wishes.

Hi, you can use the Custom CSS field available in the Theme Options panel and adjust the font-size for your desired page elements. Here’s an example snippet:

#content { font-size: 15px; }

Hope this helps.

Hi, top-template! One question: Is it possible to have a line-break in the staff-template? So that I can have two persons in one row and 4 persons in another row for example? Best regard.

Hi, thank you for your purchase – the staff template page is automatically populated (content is not editabled) so you’ll need to customize the template-staff.php file (preferably in a child theme) to add any custom features to it. You could also try to achieve this via a Custom CSS snippet involving a :nth-child and :after selectors. Hope this helps.

If you have any other questions/concerns please drop me a message via my profile’s contact form and I’ll continue support via email.

Hi, thank you for replying that fast! Wow. I take your hints an try my very best :-) Best regards.

My pleasure, glad to be of help.


Xowi Purchased

Has this theme been upgraded to work well with the latest version of wordpress? I have and use your HTML version of this design and love it.

It is not recommended to alter the theme directly. You can use the Theme Options > Custom CSS field to tweak the theme style, in this case the logo background:

#logo h1 { background: red; }

This background color is usually the Base Color selected in the Theme Options > Style Settings, but can be modified using CSS like I mentioned.

If you have any further concerns/questions please use the Support tab and I’ll do my best to help.


Xowi Purchased

Excellent, just what I needed to know. Thanks for the support and very happy with the wordpress version of the theme.

Great, glad I could be of help.

Just tried to load new release 3.0 and it breaks my site. As an example the logo doesn’t display. A review 3.0 header.php to my child theme header.php shows a complete change in how theme options are pulled in. Looks like I need to scrap my current child theme and rebuild. What happened????

Hi, a major code rewrite was necessary to maintain compatibility with the latest WP standards. The initial theme code was built for WordPress 3.9 (I think) and it was time to ‘bring it back to life’ with some changes. I would be glad to assist you to make the transition to the new version – it will be very easy and worth it. You probably just need to assign the new $theme_options variable to the old $smof_data one (to make it back compatible). Contact me via the Support channel and I’ll respond via email.