I can't complain about the price, and with all the bells and whistles and buttons, it's probably a great theme -- for some people.
But when an experienced WordPress user can't figure out how to edit the text in a header, and goes to the knowledgebase" using such search terms as "edit header" and sees a lot of posts about CSS but no answer to the question, there is something wrong, and I don't think it's me.
Also, when I installed a demo and didn't like it and then installed a different demo, there were fragments of the old demo still there. Tried to edit them out manually, but not all of them wanted to leave. That's a pretty messy situation.
I've decided to uninstall WP. cleaning that whole mess out, reinstall WP and go with a page builder and a page-builder-friendly free theme, and see how that goes.
Thank you for your theme,
I bought it a few years ago. Now we have to change from http to https but we get mixed content warning from "why no padlock"
An image with an insecure url of "http://theme.co/x/demo/integrity/9/wp-content/uploads/sites/10/2013/06/bg-integrity-91.jpg" was loaded on line: 783 of https://tourette-gesellschaft.de/.
An image with an insecure url of "http://demo.theme.co/integrity-9/wp-content/uploads/sites/10/2013/06/bg-integrity-91.jpg" was loaded on line: 1120 of https://tourette-gesellschaft.de/.
Have you any idea where to find and change that?
You can go into your Customizer and update that URL to https and you should be good to go! If you'd like a member of our team to help, they'd be happy to do so in our support forums (simply login to your Themeco account and head over to the support page.
I hope this updates my previous 3-star review. I still can't give it a full 5-stars, but I do think the pros outweigh the cons for this theme.
The quality of the code it produces is superior to other clunky themes. The cornerstone builder that comes with X and the built-in flexbox functionality, along with the ease of customization with CSS, make this theme and builder incredibly powerful, yet still incredibly lightweight.
The reason I can't give it 5-stars / The Cons: 1) You have to use custom CSS to customize a few things that I would think there would be Theme Options for. 2) The Knowledge Base documentation for using Cornerstone is lacking and a lot of the videos are shown using Pro rather than X, which are too different to use the same tutorial for.
Thank you for updating your review! Just a couple quick notes on your feedback. 1) There is certainly an open ended debate about theme options vs. custom code. On one end if everything is an option it would be totally overwhelming. Too little, and there isn’t much you can do natively. We try to take a middle of the road approach by providing a lean stylistic base that can then be expanded either through custom code or our new lineup of V2 Elements (which provide a very high degree of native customization options). 2) There is a Cornerstone section of the KB that, with respect to the page building part, is the same between both products, however if there is anything you think we could further improve on feel feee to let the team know in the support forums, and they’ll be happy to add it to our feature requests.
Thank-you for the opportunity to work together with you and your clients :)