tdEditor

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tdEditor Banner tdEditor is a clean, simple theme suited for minimalist magazine-style sites or personal blogs. tdEditor is responsive, adapting smoothly to different screen sizes.

Custom Homepage Template

tdEditor comes with an optional custom homepage template that displays a featured content slideshow and a homepage-specific widget area.

Featured Content Slideshow

The homepage slideshow displays blog posts based on a tag that you set up in the Customizer. The slideshow displays the post’s Featured Image, title, and a short excerpt. tdeditor_featured_slider

Custom Category Posts Widget

tdEditor features a custom widget that displays recent posts from a specific category. You can also set the number of posts you want to show per category. We recommend you use this widget with the Custom Homepage Template. The Category Posts Widget will display posts in different layouts depending on your homepage configuration: If the sidebar is not active, Homepage Category Posts will have a two-column layout. The left column will display your most recent post in the designated category, and right column will display the other posts in the category. tdEditor Home Posts If the sidebar is active, Homepage Category Posts will have a one-column layout. The most recent post will be display first. Other posts in the category will be shown below the most recent post. tdEditor Home Posts with a sidebar

Blog

This theme comes with two blog layouts: a two-column layout with no sidebar and a one-column layout with a sidebar.

One-Column Layout with Sidebar

This is an example of a blog page that has one-column layout and an active sidebar: tdEditor Blog One Columns with a sidebar

One-Column Layout Without Sidebar

This is an example of a blog page with a one-column layout and no sidebar: tdEditor Blog One Column

Two-Column Layout

This is an example of a blog page with a two-column layout with no sidebar: tdEditor Blog Two Columns

Single Blog Post

Single posts can have different layouts as well, depending on your sidebar visibility settings. If the sidebar is active then a single post looks like this: tdEditor Single Post with a sidebar If the sidebar is not active then single posts look like this: tdEditor Single Post

Breaking News Section

The Breaking News Section at the top of the page lets you highlight certain posts. You can select a special category in the Customizer for Breaking News posts. tdEditor Breaking News

Social Media Icons

tdEditor allows you to add social icons using a custom menulearn how to set it up. Supported social media sites include:

  • Dribbble
  • Facebook
  • Flickr
  • GitHub
  • Google+
  • Instagram
  • LinkedIn
  • Pinterest
  • Tumblr
  • Twitter
  • YouTube
  • Behance
  • Vkontakte
  • Soundcloud
  • deviantART
  • Email

Quick Specs (all measurements in pixels):

  1. The maximum content width is 760.
  2. Recommended featured image width is 1140.
  3. Recommended featured image height is at least 500.

Setting up Your Pages

tdEditor works best with a static front page and blog posts displayed on a different page within your site, so be sure to check out our guide to giving your site a static front page.
Once your static front page is set up, assign it to the Homepage template from the Page Attributes box.

tdEditor homepage template


Configuring the Featured Content Slideshow

The Featured Content Slideshow is only available for the Homepage Template. To use it, be sure you’ve set up a static front page and a separate blog page using the steps above.

Featured Content is displayed based on a Tag you select:

  1. Navigate to Appearance → Customize → Featured Content.
  2. Add the Tag you’ll use to designate which posts should be displayed in the slideshow to the text field below the Tag name label. (For example, “featured” or “slideshow.”)
  3. Add this Tag to the Posts you want to display in the Homepage Slider.

You can also set the Featured Content Slideshow to autoplay when the site is loaded.

  1. Navigate to Appearance → Customize → Featured Content.
  2. Select your option under the Slideshow Autoplay label.
  3. Click Save & Publish.

Displaying Recent Category Posts on the Homepage

To show the latest posts from a category on your homepage, use the custom Category Posts Widget.

  1. Navigate to Appearance → Widgets.
  2. Add the tdEditor Category Posts widget to the Homepage widget area.
  3. Select a category and the number of posts you want to show.tdeditor_homepage_custom_widget
  4. Click Save.

Remember, the homepage widget area is only available for the Home Page Template.


 Uploading a Custom Logo

  1. Head to Appearance → Customize → Custom Logo.
  2. Click Add new image and select your logo.
  3. Click Save & Publish.

By default, the logo will be shown above the site title. You can also choose hide the site title and only display the logo.

  1. Go to Appearance → Header.
  2. Uncheck the box next to the “Show header text with your image” label.
  3. Click Save Changes.

Selecting a Blog Layout

  1. Head to Appearance → Customize → Theme Options.
  2. There are two layout options: One Column and Two Columns. Select your option from the dropdown list under the Blog Layout label.
  3. Click Save & Publish.

Displaying Post Summaries

You can have display different post summary lengths on your blog page by using the More Tag.


 Configuring Numeric Navigation

tdEditor includes the option to display numeric pagination instead of Older Posts and Newer Posts.

  1. Navigate to Appearance → Customize → Theme Options.
  2. Select your option from the dropdown list under Numeric Navigation.
  3. Click Save & Publish.

Setting the Sidebar Position

If the sidebar is active, it will be displayed on the right by default. You can also choose to move it to the left.

  1. Go to Appearance → Customize → Theme Options.
  2. Select your option from the dropdown list under Sidebar Position.
  3. Click Save & Publish.

Adding a Breaking News Section

  1. Navigate to Appearance → Customize → Breaking News Settings.
  2. If you want to have a Breaking News Section on your site then you need to turn it on. Select your option under the Breaking News Section label.
  3. Select a category name from the dropdown list under the Category Name label. Breaking News sections will display posts from that category.
  4. Specify how many posts you want to show per page under the Number of Posts to show label.
  5. By default, this section displays the title “Breaking News” above the posts. You can edit this by adding your own title into the text field under Section Title.
  6. Click Save & Publish.

Displaying Social Icons

tdEditor automatically adds social icons based on the URL you’ve set. The following social platforms are supported: Dribbble, Facebook, Flickr, GitHub, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter, YouTube, Behance, Vkontakte, Soundcloud, and Reddit.

  1. Navigate to Appearance → Menus.
  2. Create a new Custom Menu.
  3. Check the box next to the “Social Menu” label and then click Save Menu.
  4. To add your social links, select Links from the menu on the left.
  5. Add a URL and Link text for each social profile.tdeditor_social_menu
  6. Click the Save Menu button when you are ready.

Text Styling Options

You can style your post introduction and add drop caps to your paragraphs. Those two styling options are available only for the Single Posts and Pages.

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Post Introduction

Simply wrap your paragraph with a “p” tag that has the “intro” class.

<p class="intro">Dummy text is text that is used in the publishing industry or by web designers to occupy the space...</p>

Drop Cap

Simply wrap the first letter of your paragraph with a “span” tag that has “dropcap” class.

<span class="dropcap">M</span>aecenas nec nunc et ligula egestas mattis ac eget sem.

Post Formats

Adding Quote Post Format

  1. Create or Edit the Post.
  2. Select the Quote Post Format from the Format module.
  3. Wrap your quote with a “blockquote” tag:
    <blockquote>Dummy text is text that is used in the publishing industry or by web designers to occupy the space...</blockquote>
    
  4. If you wan to add quote author then you need to wrap the author name with a “cite” tag inside the “blockquote” tag:
    <blockquote>
    <p>Dummy text is text that is used in the publishing industry or by web designers to occupy the space...</p>
    <cite>Author Name</cite>
    </blockquote>
    
  5. Set featured image (optional).
  6. Publish your post when you are ready.

Custom Background

tdEditor supports Custom Backgrounds for all views.