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A. GENERAL

This documentation is last updated on 23th June 2017.

Thank you for purchasing PE Public Institutions Theme . If you have any question that is beyond the scope of this documentation, Please feel free to create a support ticket using Our Support Site.

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Before you start please choose if you want :

  • import demo content with plugin
  • manual import demo content
  • use Quickstart package

If you choose Quickstart option please skip points A2 and A3.

Follow steps listed here

Follow steps listed here

Follow installation steps listed here

After PE Public Institutions Demo Importer has finished his job please check:

  1. If you have earlier Slider Revolution plugin installed and some sliders here please go to Appearance > Widgets. In sidebar Header open widget Revolution Slider, choose Header Home and click Save.
Skip this point if you chosen to use plugin or manual import demo content.

Follow steps listed here

Demo Site Configuration

Follow steps listed here

Configure Main Menu

Follow steps listed here

Import of the Revolution Slider data

Follow steps listed here

Configure WP Settings

Navigate to Settings > Reading and set options like that:

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Next, set media in Settings > Media:

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After releasing update for the theme we will update the manual with the step by step tutorial.



B. THEME OPTIONS

To setup Basic Settings, navigate to Appearance > Theme Options and click on Basic Settings tab.

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To setup Layout, navigate to Appearance > Theme Options and click on Layout tab.

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To setup Main Menu, navigate to Appearance > Theme Options and click on Main Menu tab.

Megamenu:

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Simple Menu:

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To setup Blog, navigate to Appearance > Theme Options and click on Blog tab.

General:

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Archive:

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Single Post:

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To setup Pages, navigate to Appearance > Theme Options and click on Pages tab.

Single Page:

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Contact:

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To setup Fonts, navigate to Appearance > Theme Options and click on Fonts tab.

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To setup Colors, navigate to Appearance > Theme Options and click on Colors tab.

General:

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Top bar:

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Menu and logo bar:

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Header:

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Top1 and Bottom1:

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Top2 and Bottom2:

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Top3 and Bottom3:

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Footer:

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Copyright:

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Widget styles:

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Off-canvas:

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To setup WCAG, navigate to Appearance > Theme Options and click on WCAG 2.0 tab.

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To setup High Resolution, navigate to Appearance > Theme Options and click on High Resolution tab.

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To setup Advanced, navigate to Appearance > Theme Options and click on Advanced tab.

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To setup Import / Export, navigate to Appearance > Theme Options and click on Import / Export tab.

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You will find theme settings in files:

  • demo-data/theme-options/options.json


C. PAGES

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D. PLUGINS & WIDGETS

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Add PE Box widget to sidebar, ex. Right Column.

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You can choose here:

  1. Title: title of widget
  2. Link
  3. Show Icon : checkbox
  4. Icon height : in pixels
  5. Icon width : in pixels
  6. Icon image : URL with http://
  7. Icon "hover" image : URL with http://

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Click Save when you are done.

Add PE Short Info widget to sidebar, ex. Right Column.

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You can choose here:

  1. Title: title of widget
  2. Link
  3. Icon (HTML)
  4. Description
  5. Animation type (animate.css)
  6. Animation delay (miliseconds)

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Click Save when you are done.

Built-in widget which allows you to display social icons.

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On demo page, widget is visible in the 'social' sidebar.

We have also a video tutorial on how to configure the PE Social widget:

Built-in widget which allows you to display a simple contact form with consents and captcha.

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On demo page, widget is visible in the 'Bottom 2' sidebar.

You can set most of options for this widget in Theme Options -> Pages -> Contact.

Follow steps listed here



E. ADDING CONTENT

Follow steps listed here



F. OTHER

Follow steps listed here

pe-margin - removes all margins for widget.

pe-color1 - provides different widget layout

pe-color2 - provides different widget layout

pe-color3 - provides different widget layout

pe-color4 - provides different widget layout

pe-color5 - provides different widget layout

text-right - aligns text right

text-left - aligns text left

text-center - aligns text center

pe-clean - for Tabs shortcode

pe-nospace - removes space between widgets.

pe-section-space - removes space above and below section.

pe-section-space-top - removes space above section.

pe-section-space-bottom - removes space below section.

no-bold - removes bold font weight from string.

Follow steps listed here

All available shortcodes you will find here here.

In this article you will find some examples of shortcodes which you can use in articles.

All available widget positions in theme :

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We have also a video tutorial on how to manage the theme layout in WordPress themes:

Typography article you will find here here.

In this article you will find some examples of custom classes which you can use in articles.

Follow steps listed here



G. OPTIMIZE YOUR SITE



H. WCAG

WAI is Web Accessibility Initiative - an initiative established by the W3C, defining the standards for creating web pages, which have to be available for many users - in the project participate companies such as IBM, Microsoft, Google, Apple (the author of WCAG). Web Content Accessibility Guidelines is a collection of documents relating to the availability of Internet services, Since 2012 has the status of international standard ISO.

  1. Page navigation by using keyboard - you don’t need to use a computer mouse to navigate through the relevant sections of the website, just keyboard will be enough
  2. Skip to the following Menu items is possible with the Tab key, so we can quickly move through the page

    WCAG

  3. Avoidance of animated elements (facilities for people suffering from epilepsy) stable graphics, no garish animated effects is one of the advantages of our theme
  4. High contrast mode: ensure optimal readability of the text ( Black/White Mode, Black/Yellow Mode, Yellow/Black Mode)

    WCAG

    WCAG

    WCAG

  5. Night mode - lets you avoid eyestrain. If your eyes get tired quickly, don’t strain them and to use night mode color version

    WCAG

  6. Width switcher (fixed/fluid) adjust the width of the screen to fit your needs
  7. Font size switcher (3 degrees of font size, which are fixed as a percentage)

    WCAG

You can easily customize all of the available facilities (disable and enable mods depending on your requirements) in Theme Options

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Shortcut menu in the top left corner of screen is visible when you use keyboard to navigate on the site (use TAB key). It allows for quick access to interesting or important content parts.

You can manage links and items in WordPress backend Appearance > Menus > Select 'Skip Menu' if exists or create new menu in 'Skip Menu' theme location.

WCAG

If you want create a new link in menu, simply chose Custom Links type.

WCAG

As URL you should set section ID where you want to link. You can check document sections ID with any Code inspector in your browser. Example in Chrome (F12 button) :

WCAG

Id of Bottom 1 section in example is 'pe-bottom1' which means we can add Custom Link in Skip menu with URL : #pe-bottom1

WCAG

WCAG



All main sections in theme have its own headings for users who use screen readers. It is helpful to browse the site and correctly recognize each part of site.

You can easly change labels in Theme Options > WCAG 2.0

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I. AMP

AMP is project created to build light and fast web pages for all smartphones, tablets regardless of operating system so every user of Android, iOS or Windows can enjoy the benefits of this project.

PE Public Institutions requires plugin AMP.

For now AMP theme is working for posts. Pages support is being worked on.

First of all you need to install plugin AMP like other plugins supplied with theme.

You can't activate or deactivate this plugin in Plugins section.

You can do that only in Theme Options -> Advanced:

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If you want to customize AMP theme you need to edit file wp-content/themes/pe-public-institutions/amp/style.php and modify or add your own CSS code.



J. SOURCES AND CREDITS

Plugins:

  1. Duplicator (Create a backup of your WordPress files and database. Duplicate and move an entire site from one location to another in a few steps. Create a full snapshot of your site at any point in time.) http://lifeinthegrid.com/
  2. Display Widgets (Adds checkboxes to each widget to show or hide on site pages.) http://strategy11.com/
  3. Max Mega Menu https://www.maxmegamenu.com/
  4. Redux Framework https://reduxframework.com/
  5. Revolution Slider (Revolution Slider - Premium responsive slider) http://themepunch.com/
  6. W3 Total Cache http://www.linkedin.com/in/w3edge
  7. WordPress Importer https://profiles.wordpress.org/wordpressdotorg/
  8. WP User Avatar http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/wp-user-avatar/

 

Commercial images and videos used on the demo theme:

  1. picjumbo
  2. depositphotos

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