Nexus is a stunning grid-based theme that takes your standard blog and transforms it into a beautiful photographic display. The theme tells your story visually, and through its unique design your visitors can partake a truly engaging and colorful experience.
Your website looks beautiful on every device.
With the increasing popularity of smart phones and tablets, ensuring that your website looks great on small screens is of the utmost importance. Nexus has been built with a responsive design that can adapt to any screen size. The theme has unique layouts for portrait and landscape modes on phones and tablets, each of which creates an intuitive browsing experience.
Adjust colors and fonts with the custom design upgrade.
Nexus makes it easy to adjust your theme’s fonts and colors. With the Custom Design Upgrade, you get even more options to help you adjust the design to your specific needs.
Unique Tiled Layout
Give your website a truly unique and stunning appearance.
If you are looking for a unique layout for your blog, then look no further. Nexus transforms your standard blog into a beautiful and visual experience that will make your visitors excited to explore.
Adding Widgets To Sidebars
Nexus comes with a widget-ready sidebar. To add widgets to this area, click the Appearances > Widgets link in your WordPress Dashboard. You can then drag widgets into the “Main Sidebar” box on the right side of the page.
Adding Images To Posts
Images can be added to your posts using the “Featured Image” function. These images are used as the thumbnail image on your homepage and category pages, as well as in the header of your posts/pages. To add a featured image to your post, click the “Set featured image” link located within the“Featured Image” box when writing/editing your post. Upload a new image, or selected one from your media gallery and click the “Set Featured Image” button to set the image as your featured image.
Images with a width to height ratio of 4×3 are ideal. For example, an 800×600 image would fit perfectly into the post grid. Images that are of a different ration will be cropped to fit.
For additional instructions, pleas see the following Featured Images Overview.
Changing Your Website’s Title
The title shown at the top of all pages is the title of your WordPress website. This can be adjusted via the Appearances > Customize tab in your WordPress Dashboard.
Customizing The Links In Your Menu
You can easily adjust which items appear in your navigation bar via the Appearances > Menus page in your WordPress dashboard. For more detailed instructions, please view the Custom Menus Overview.
When you “sticky” a post, it will appear on the homepage at the top of the grid of posts. To make a post a “sticky” post, edit the post and locate the “Publish” box on the right side of the screen. Where is says “Visibility,” click the “edit” link and then check the “Stick this post to the front page” option. Your post will now appear on the top of your homepage.
Nexus supports “Infinite Scroll.” When you browse your homepage or category pages, new posts will be loaded automatically as you scroll down the page. To enable Infinite Scroll, go to “Settings > Reading” and locate the “To infinity and beyond” option. Check the “Scroll Infinitely” box and click “Save Changes.”