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Albums

The Albums Custom Post Type allows you to group media items together and display them on your website in a variety of ways. You can access to the Albums section from your WordPress admin interface. Being a CPT, you can create multiple albums, and then group them together using the Brix page builder plugin, with […]

Theme options

Fenix global options can be found under the Fenix → Options page in your WordPress admin area and are divided in Global options and Post Type options. Under the Options section, you will find all the global options for the theme. Preloaders Preloaders are used to show a loading element before the page is ready to be displayed. Preloaders are activated site wide, and […]

Brix Page Builder

The documentation for the Brix page builder is available at the official website. Also, a number of video tutorials are available on Brix’s YouTube channel.

Projects

The Projects Custom Post Type it’s an easy and powerful way to showcase your works and create an amazing portfolio. You can access to the Projects section from your WordPress admin interface. Being a CPT, you can create multiple projects, and then group them together in Portfolio-like pages creating content using the Brix page builder plugin, using its Portfolio […]

Widget areas

For more about Widget areas, go check the video tutorial on the subject. Widgets are fully supported in Fenix, as they’re used in various parts of the theme, such as Headers, Footers and they’re also available to be used in the Brix page builder plugin. Fenix allows you to create additional Widget areas, with a […]

Page layouts

In every page that you create, whether it’s a real page, a post, or any other content type, the first thing you’re going to see it’s the top portion of the page, which we call Page header. Due to their preeminence, page headers are particularly important and require specific tools to give them the flexibility they […]

Layouts

Check out our video Layouts tutorial. Generally speaking, a page anatomy is composed by an header, a content area, and, optionally, a footer. To manage the complexity of having the same headers and footers applied consistently across the website, or to give you the possibility of changing the default behavior for a particular context, we’ve […]

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