Documentation about Definity WordPress Theme


First, let my say thank you for purchasing this item, I hope this theme will be useful to you and if you have any question feel free to reach out and contact the support via ThemeForest or from the link here, we are always glad to help.

If you have not obtained licensed copy or you need to purchase another license for another project/website of Definity theme you can do so here by clicking this link – Get Definity for WordPress

In order to setup this theme the fastest way possible, follow this guide by using the links to the left of this documentation or just simply typing your question in the search bar above, everything is explained simply & clearly and documented with images.

Thank you!

Getting Started #back to top

If you are updating the Definity theme to the new version 2.0, be sure to MAKE BACKUP of everything, theme & database. Best backup is on server level with your hosting platform tools - contact them for more info how to create backup.

Version 2.0 has many changes, new elements and some old ones are fully rewriten, so be sure you have backups before you update and know how to restore them if something doesn't look right.

To setup the theme, follow the steps by clicking on the links to the left, under this (Getting Started) section.

First, download the theme from ThemeForest by login to your account and visiting the downloads page, then click the green download button and select All files & documentation.

Next, proceed to the installation guide.

Installation #back to top

Step 1: Login to WordPress admin panel, and navigate to Appearance > Themes


Step 2: Click Add New button at the top and then Upload Theme button on the next page.


Step 3: Click Choose File and select the file, then click Install Now


Step 4: After theme is installed successfully, click Activate


The theme is installed! You can proceed to install the plugins now.

Plugin Installation #back to top

Step 1: From the notification on top of the admin panel, that will show after the Definity theme is installed, click Begin Installing plugins


Step 2: Check all the plugins, or at least the ones of type Required and click Install


Step 3: After the plugins are installed click Return to Required Plugin Installer


Step 4: Select the installed plugins and click Activate


That’s it, the plugins are installed and activated. You can configure the theme options now.

Import Demo Data #back to top

This is a guide how to import the demo data.

Definity comes with demo data to help you get started if you have new WordPress installation, or if you want to see how the pages from the demo are created.

You can decide which page to keep and modify for your own use and which one to delete.

The demos from version 2.0 are separate import files and one demo is combined of multiple import files: for content, for the Theme Options (redux_...) and for the widgets.

Step 1: In the main folder (that you have downloaded from locate the file assets > demo > demos v1.0 > definity-wp-demo-data.xml this will import the demos and all pages from version 1.0

Import files from version 2.0 are located in assets > demo > demos v2.0 in a separate folders.

Step 2: From the WordPress admin panel, navigate Tools > Import and click Install Now under WordPress after that click the Run Now button.


Step 3: When you run the WordPress importer, click Chose File and locate the definity-wp-demo-data.xml file on your computer, then click the blue button Upload file and Import.

For the v2.0 demos, the file you should upload here ends on - ..._demo.xml

Import the theme options for demo from v2.0

The demos from version 2.0 have separate theme options import file (it starts with redux_....). In order to import the options navigate to Theme Options > Import/Export > Import from File here you will need to pase the content of the import file and click the button import.

This could take up to 15-20min! in order to download all the images. It's important to not close the page or work on the website in that time, when the import is complete a message will show up "All done. Have fun!"

Configuration #back to top

The Definity theme comes with Theme Options panel, where you can configure every aspect of the theme.

After the Definity Elements plugin is installed, Theme Options panel will show up in the WordPress admin panel, click the link and go trough the settings in order to configure the theme.


For more detail explanation of specific Theme Options settings check the other sections of this documentation.

Navigation (Header) #back to top

This section of the documentation will explain how to configure the header and how to create a menu, one page menu or mega menu in the theme and how to adjust any menu related settings.

To create menu of link in the header first you need to create menu, set it’s location to Main Menu, then add the page, link or posts to the menu from Appearance > Menus.

There are many navigation menu options that come with Definity theme, to access them navigation to Theme Options > Header from there you can change everything from the menu type to the menu typography & colors.

But first, create your menu following the steps bellow.

Step 1: From the WordPress admin panel navigate to Appearance > Menus and create a new menu.


Step 2: After you’ve created a menu, Manage Location tab will show up click it and assign your menu to the Main Menu location.


You’ve created your menu! Now create some pages and add them to your menu.

There are 3 types of navigation menus in this theme, default, one page and mega menu. Instruction how to set up each of them is under the Navigation (Header) section on the left side of this page.

Menu Layouts | Header#back to top

Definity theme (from version 2.0) offers 7 different navigation layouts plus extended menu.

To change the navigation menu layouts go Theme Options > Header and pick a single navigation layout.

Each different navigation menu layout has specific options and they show bellow as you pick a specific menu layout, for example - not all layouts can be fully transparent, etc.


Nav Neue | CTA button "Hire Us"#back to top

Selecting the 6th option from the menu layouts will display the "Nav Neue", this nav. layouts has few specific options.

First one is the 'Navbar Float' - this will float the menu (display it in a way that doesn't touch the end of the browser), this option works only with the Nav Neue.


Second specific options is the CTA button at the end of the meneu "Hire Us" (you can see it in the Consulting demo.


In order to add that button you just simply need to add menu item that is custom link and
has the class cta-menu-neue. Follow the steps from the image bellow.


Extended Menu#back to top

You can display (from v2.0) "Extended Menu" for more information, like social links, phone number or other links.
Extended menu has it's own menu localtions: "Extended Menu - Left" and "Extended Menu - Right".


In order to create extended menu follow the steps bellow.

Step 1: Make sure you set "Show Extended Menu" on Show, Theme Options > Header > Show Extended Menu


Step 2: Create new menu, give it descriptive name, set it's menu location to Extended Menu - Left/Right (not both, just one), and click Save.


Step 3 (optional): Adding icons in the menu (without text)


Hide the menu text: Write exactly "no-text" without quotes, to hide the text in the extended menu.

Add icons: To add the icon you use the icon code from FontAwesome, on the image is "fa fa-facebook". To find the icon codes for all the icons follow this link. Then, just click on an icon, copy the class text (without quotes) and paste it in the Menu Item > CSS Class field.

One Page Menu #back to top

One page menu will allow scrolling to the desired section on the same page when you click on the link from the navigation menu.

To setup this you will need to do two steps:

  1. Create custom links for menu items in WP Dashboard > Appearance > Menu and prefix them with # e.g. URL: #portfolio Link Text: Portfolio;
  2. Go to your page (home page) click Edit and add the menu item URL as a Row ID by using visual composer row settings for the desired section.
1.Set the One Page nav to "On"
2.Create custom link
3.Access the Row settings
2.Enter the row ID that corresponds to the menu item URL, e.g. portfolio

One page nav doesn't work with the "Full Screen Nav" layout (last nav. option), even though the option shows when the nav is selected.

Note: Very important is to not add # in the Row ID, just the id without white spaces. The ID needs to be unique for every element so try to create something longer like: yourwebsite-portfolio.

Blog #back to top

This section and its subsections are for the blog settings.

First thing is to setup blog’s home/front page, to do that navigate to Settings > Reading from the WordPress admin panel.

  1. In the Front page displays section, click the A static page button;
  2. Then select pages that you want to act as a Front page & Post page.
    1. You should have created this pages in advance in order to show up here;
    2. For blog simply create blank page and name it Blog, it will populate automatically when you create posts;
  3. Finally, click the Save Changes blue button at the end of the page.

Your blog & homepage are now setup correctly! Now you can configure the blog layout.

Blog Layout #back to top

This page explains how to change the blog layout for the blog posts page.

To choose a blog layout for the blog post page, navigate to Theme Options > Blog Settings > Blog Post Page, where you can choose a layout from 8 presets.

Also, you can configure the metadata displayed for each post.

Edit your setting for blog post page and click Save

After you’ve configured the blog post page, you can proceed to configure the options for the single post page.

Single Post Page #back to top

To configure the settings for the page that displays single blog post, from the WordPress admin panel navigate to Theme Options > Blog Settings > Single Post Page.

From here you can edit the sidebar position or don’t show it at all, and also edit the metadata that shows with each post and other general settings related to a blog post.

Optional Admin Biography

There is an option to display Author Biography field, in order to show that you must fill the author info by navigating from the WordPress admin panel to Users > All Users > (select user) Edit. Fill the Biographical Info section and add your image, this will display under each post that you are an author of.

Social Links

Social Links, you can display social media links to share the post, to edit the content of those social media links navigate to Theme Options > Social Links.

Blog Page Title #back to top

The blog page title is the styled header section that displays right under the top navigation. To edit the appearance of this element from the WordPress admin panel navigate to Theme Options > Blog Settings > Blog Page Title.

From here you can edit the sidebar position or don’t show it at all, and also edit the metadata that shows with each post and other general settings related to a blog post.

Page Title (medium)

Note: These settings are only for blog related pages, for other general pages, non-blog related you can create the same element with Visual Composer.

You can change the size of the blog page title, for medium and large size there is an option to add a background image, also you can the setting Background Color to add a transparent layer of color under the background image. The only setting for the background image to adjust is to set the background size to cover, the image size for the background in the demo is 2438 × 1609 px.

The is also an optional parallax effect that is on by default.

Portfolio #back to top

This section and its subsections are for the portfolio settings.

All portfolio elements and options are cointained in the Definity Portfolio plugin, so make sure the plugin is installed and active in order to use the portfolio layouts.

Activating the Definity Portfolio plugin will add section Portfolio in Theme Options and also will add 2 elements in Page Builder Portfolio and Portfolio Masonry.

The old portoflio elements are deprecated from version 2.0. You can still find them in Page Builder "Deprecated" tab, but is recommended to use the new portoflio elements from version 2.0.

Portfolio Options #back to top

When the plugin Definity Portfolio is active, a section is shown in Theme Options, called Portfolio.

From here you can control all available portfolio options.

The URL: will display all the portfolio items. You don't neeed to use this URL if you want to, you can create any layout you want on any page.

To change the page title section on the portfolio dedicated page (URL: navigate Theme Options > Portfolio > Portfolio Page Title

Portfolio Filters

To add filter to the portfoio items make sure that Theme Options > Portfolio > Portfolio Settings > Portfolio Filters is set to On.

Then simply add filter when you create portfolio item or navigate from the WP Dash > Portfolio > Filters here also you can see and manage all filters available.

Portfolio Elements #back to top

When the plugin Definity Portfolio is active there are two elements available in the Page Builder: Portfolio and Portfolio Masonry

This element will allow to display your already created portoflio items, you can display portfoilo items by Category, Filters and Name.

To display all your portfolio items make sure Number of Posts is set to a big number more than your item number like e.g. 999

Portfolio element in the Page Builder

Creating Portfolio Item #back to top

You can create new portfolio item from Portfolio > Add New Portfolio Item.

To add image that will represent the portfolio item you can use the Feature Image

Above, there are also 3 settings: Regular Link, Lightbox, Lightbox Video, they are all self descriptive, the regular link will make the portfolio item act as a separate page which you can buld it as any page with the Page Builder.

The Lighbox and Lightbox Video will open the portfolio item as a popup instead as a page.

Creating new portfolio element

Footer #back to top

In this part of the documentation you can find guides how to:

Twitter Feed - Footer Widget #back to top

This guide explains how to add twitter feed widget in the footer (Classic Widgets Footer).

Footer Widget – Twitter Feed

Step 1: Make sure Twitter Feeds plugin is installed, from the WordPress admin panel navigate to Appearance > Install Plugins, select and install the Twitter Feeds plugin.

Step 2: From the WordPress admin panel navigate to Twitter Feeds > Twitter Feeds and login to your Twitter account in order to connect the widget to your Twitter account.

Step 3: From the Twitter Feeds settings on the tab 1.Configure, under section Feed Type, enter your user timeline name, and the number of tweets to be displayed (recommended 2), and click Save Changes.


Step 4: Under the tab 2.Customize in Twitter Feeds adjust the settings like on the image bellow in order your widget to look like in the demo and click the blue Save Changes button.

Footer Widget – Twitter Feed

Your Twitter feed settings are now correctly setup, now you need to just add the Twitter widget to the footer.

Step 5: From the WordPress admin panel navigate to Appearance > Widgets then find the widget Custom Twitter Feeds click on it and mark the Footer Widgets click Add Widget, this will add it to the Footer Widgets group, from there add heading to the widget e.g. Twitter Feed, and if the shortcode is not present add it [custom-twitter-feeds] then click Save.

Now you have working Twitter Feed in your footer.

Instagram Feed - Footer Widget #back to top

This guide explains how to add an Instagram feed in your footer (Classic Widget Footer).

Instagram Feed – Footer Widget
  1. Make sure Instagram Feed plugin is installed, from the WordPress admin panel navigate
    to Appearance > Install Plugins, select and install the Instagram Feed plugin.
  2. Navigate from the WordPress admin panel to Settings > Instagram Feed, click the blue button
    Log in and get my Access Token and User ID in order to connect the widget to your Instagram account, then when the code appears in the field click Save Changes.
  3. Next click the 2. Customize tab and in Layout enter the following settings:
    Number of Photos: 6,
    Number of Columns: 3,
    Padding around Images: 1,
    click Save Changes.
  4. 14.2
    Add the widgets in the Footer
  5. Navigate Appearance > Widgets > Footer Widgets, add text widget and enter
    the shortcode: [instagram-feed].

That’s it, you have working Instagram Feed in your footer.

Newsletter Form - Footer Widget #back to top

This guide explains how to add newsletter form widget in the footer so the users can register their email for potential newsletter email campaign.

Newsletter – Footer Widget

Note: If you have imported the demo data you already have newsletter form created under the Footer Widget Newsletter, then jump on step 3 check if there is no footer widget and add one following the steps 3 and 3.1.

Step 1: Make sure the Contact Form 7 plugin is installed, if not navigate to Appearance > Install Plugins, select and install the Contact Form 7 plugin.

Step 2: Next create the contact form to accept the emails, from the WordPress admin panel navigate to Contact > Add New and paste this shortcode in the form tab [email* email_newsletter class:newsletter-widget placeholder “Join our newsletter”][submit class:newsletter-widget-send-btn] . In the mail tab enter your email address and other personal info and click Save.

Step 3: Add the newsletter contact form to the footer widgets, navigate to Appearance > Widgets, add Text widget enter a title and paste the shortcode from the Contact Form 7 newsletter contact form.

Step 3.1: In the text widget shortcode make sure you add the class if is not present html_class=”newsletter-widget-form” and the shortcode looks like this [contact-form-7 id=”1707″ html_class=”newsletter-widget-form” title=”Footer Widget Newsletter”] then click Save.

Example newsletter shortcode – your id will be different

Note that the id will be different on your website and you need to copy it from the Contact Form 7 (Contact > Contact Forms)

Now you have working newsletter form that can accept newsletters.

Slider Revolution #back to top

Slider Revolution is a premium plugin that comes bundled for free with the Definity theme and that means there is no need to purchase a separate license in order to use it.

The official documentation for Slider Revolution can be accessed from here.

Definity comes with 11 sliders that are available in the demo and can be imported to be used on your website.

To import the sliders follow the steps bellow.

Step 1: From in the Download section download the theme with all files & folders, locate the zip file and uncompress it.

Step 2: Make sure the Slider Revolution plugin is installed and activated by navigating to the WordPress admin panel, if not go to Appearance > Install Plugins select, install and active the Slider Revolution plugin.

Step 3: From the WordPress admin panel click the Slider Revolution link and then select Import Slider and Chose File.

Step 3.1: From the Definity main folder which you’ve downloaded from Theme Forest navigate to assets > slider revolution > exports there you can see all the sliders and chose which to import.

Step 4: After you’ve imported a slider, you can add it to your page by creating or editing a page and inserting the Slider Revolution 5 element with Visual Composer.

Note: Sliders with Slider Revolution are usually intended for the Home page hero layouts, but you can use it where you need and want.

Page Builder #back to top

Note: "Visual Composer" is the old name for WP Bakery Page Builder plugin, so any reference for Visual Composer or VC is meant for the WP Bakery Page Builder plugin.

Definity theme includes WP Bakery Page Builder premium plugin for free.

All demos in Definity theme are fully build with only WP Bakery Page Builder, you can chose to import the demo data and see how some pages & elements are setup or you can create only the elements that you need for your pages.

Creating elements with WP Bakery Page Builder is pretty straightforward, for the few elements that are more complex there will be explanation in the subsections of this documentation.

Link to the official WP Bakery Page Builder documentation & video tutorials.

Note: When you creating pages with WP Bakery Page Builder the template of the page must be set to Visual Composer.

Contact Layout - Element #back to top

Contact Layout VC (Visual Composer) element allows to display google map & contact form. In order the contact form to show up you must first create one with the Contact Form 7 plugin – if you have imported the demo content you will have the contact forms already created, you will just need to update them with your email address.

Some contact layouts have google map option, in order to display the map you will need Google Maps API key where you can get it here.

Recommended settings for the Google Map in the Contact Layout are:

  • Map Type: Custom Roadmap
  • Map Style: Definity Original
  • Zoom Level: 13
  • Scroll Zoom: un-checked
  • Touch Drag: enable

For the Contact Layout 2 recommended map height is 750px, this can be adjusted depending on your content in the address groups.

Contact Layout VC element is recommended to be used in a row with column of 1/1 width.

Creating Parallax Sections - #back to top

With the Deifnity theme & Visual Composer you can create parallax row’s that can hold any type of elements.

Sections with darkened parallax background like the Number Counters and Progress Circles are created fully with Visual Composer by utilizing 3 elements, the actual element for e.g. number counter + the row that is set to full width with parallax image applied + the column with transparent background where the element number counter is.

This allows full customizability from the transparent background to the speed of the parallax effect to the colors of the element in the column.

Parallax example 1
Parallax example 2

The guide bellow explains in detail how this is done from scratch.

Step 1: First create new row, set it to full width, add parallax effect “Simple” and add image.

Row’s parallax settings (don’t forget to set it to full width)

Step 2: Apply transparent background to the columns by clicking the pen icon for the column > Design Options tab.

Column settings with transparent background

Step 3: Create 4 columns in the row and add elements e.g. number counter or progress circle.

The Row & Columns should look like this at the end

The Number Counters and the Progress Circle elements can be fully customized so you can achieve very unique look.

Crypto Cards - Element #back to top

You can display live cryptocurrency rates with the Page Builder element "Crypto Card" in order that element to show, you must have the plugin "WP Ultimate Crypto" installed & activated.

After the WP Ultimate Crypto is active you need to configure it to show the desired cryptocurrencies. You can locate his opitons in Settings > Ultimate Crypto. To cofigure it follow the steps bellow:

  1. In the plugin settings, on the first tab Settings select the fiat currency that you want to convert to, you can select multiple. (recommeded to have at least 4 fiat currencies selected).
  2. On the Coins tab click on the coins that you want to display and make sure they are different color and have checkmark to them.
  3. On the last tab Status click Update Status. Now the plugin is configured.
  4. You can navigate now to the page that you want the live exhange rate to be displayed.
  5. When you click + in the Page Builder, in Definity Elements new elements will show Crypto Card if the plugin - WP Ultimate Crypto is active.

Crypto Card - Settings

  1. In the field Cryptocurrency enter the name of the crypto currency lowercase and full name. Note: Here you can enter only the cryptos that are enabled in the plugin settings.
  2. In the field Fiat enter the code of the fiat currency e.g. EUR.
  3. You can show alternative Fiat conversions in the card bellow the "big" number, "Alternative Fiat" fields are for that.
  4. To add icon for the crypto currency click Icon > From all categories > Crypto Icons or write the code of the crypto in the search filed, e.g. LTC.

Theme Updates #back to top

The Definity WordPress theme is constantly improved by removing bugs detected and adding new features requested by the users. You can get the latest version of the theme with the new features for free if you've had already purchased and have a valid license of the theme.

This guild will explain how to update the theme to the latest version:

If you are updating the Definity theme to the new version 2.0, be sure to MAKE BACKUP of everything, theme & database. Best backup is on server level with your hosting platform tools - contact them for more info how to create backup.

Version 2.0 has many changes, new elements and some old ones are fully rewriten, so be sure you have backups before you update and know how to restore them if something doesn't look right.

Method 1 via WordPress Dashboard:

Do a backup of your site first!

Install the plugin "Envato Market", you can download the plugin from here and manually upload when you adding new plugins. After the plugin is installed connect to the Envato API by click the link where is says "Generate an Envato API Personal Token". When that is done all your themes & plugins purchased on Envato will show up in the Themes, if the theme has new update released you can just click Update

Alternative version to this is to use the plugin "Easy Theme and Plugin Upgrades"

Method 2 via FTP:

This is the best method but will require few steps more.

Before any update always do a full backup!

  1. Download the latest version of Definity theme from again;
  2. Install FTP client, FileZilla is free - download link - how to login;
  3. Login via FTP to your hosting - you can get or create the login detail from your hosting (support);
  4. Unzip the main download file from;
  5. Inside unzip the file;
  6. With the FTP app locate the following destination: “YOUR_HOSTING_ROOT/YOUR_SUBDIRECTORY/wp-content/themes/”
  7. Here first you can create backup of the current theme in case something goes wrong (download it);
  8. Drag and drop the definity folder that you have unzipped before;
  9. FTP app will give you warning that there are existing files with those name, chose "replace all";

That's it.

Note: This can take up to 10 - 20 min.

That's it. And don't forrget to do backup before update!

Changelog #back to top

Bellow is a list of all changes that where made in the updates published.

version 2.4.5 - #back to top

  • - Updated: WP Bakery Page Builder to version 6.4;
  • - Updated: Slider Revolution to version 6.2.22;
  • - Updated: Increased headings font weight;

version 2.3 - #back to top

  • - Updated: Demo Imports (new URL + updated settings);
  • - Fixed: Small bug with portfolio related plugin;

version 2.2 - #back to top

  • - Added: Theme support for Gutenberg (WordPress Block Editor);
  • - Updated: WP Bakery Page Builder to version 6.0.2;
  • - Updated: Slider Revolution to version;
  • - Updated: Definity Elements plugin to version 2.2;
  • - Updated: Crypto page builder element updated to work with the new plugin;
  • - Updated: Version of some existing JS plugins;
  • - Fixed: Mobile nav menu doesn't auto close on click/tap;
  • - Fixed: Removed cryptocurrency plugin, replaced with different one;
  • - Fixed: Multiple small bugs;

version 2.0 - #back to top

  • - Added new VC element "Animation" now you can animate almost any other VC element;
  • - Updated all demo imports to have animations by default;
  • - Updated the "Agency 2" Hero (slide) to have the "particles effect";
  • - All pages (home and regular) now can be accesed as Visual Composer templates;
  • - Added: 8 new demos (separate import options);
  • - Added: 8 new sliders/heros - Slider Revolution (import options);
  • - Added: Added multiple navigation layouts;
  • - Added: Two new menu locations;
  • - Added: Navigation 'Styles' in 'Theme Options';
  • - Added: New navigation options Theme Options;
  • - Added: Footer 'Styles' in 'Theme Options';
  • - Added: Portfolio custom post type;
  • - Added: Portfolio page builder elements for the portfolio CPT;
  • - Added: Portfolio Masonry page builder elements for the portfolio CPT;
  • - Added: Portfolio section in Theme Options;
  • - Added: New required plugin 'Definity Portfolio';
  • - Added: ACF plugin integration with portfolio CPT;
  • - Added: Crypto Card el. - cryptocurrency live price cards;
  • - Added: Cryptocurrency icon font;
  • - Added: Style tab to most page builder elements;
  • - Updated: TGMP with new plugins;
  • - Updated: Complete navigation rewrite;
  • - Updated: Old Portfolio Grid & Portfolio Masonry Gird el. added to the deprecated list;
  • - Updated: Page Title el. now has custom size;
  • - Updated: Team Members el. with new layouts;
  • - Updated: CTA el. with new layouts;
  • - Updated: Font loading and heading font weight;
  • - Updated: Contact layouts heading font sizes & weight;
  • - Updated: Theme Options panel with new style & elements;
  • - Updated: Instagram feed plugin replaced with another plugin;
  • - Updated: WPML XML file with the new elements;
  • - Updated: Help file with new instructions & replaced Visual Composer with Page Builder;
  • - Updated: Slider Revolution plugin to latest version - v5.4.7.2;
  • - Updated: WPBakery Page Builder plugin to latest version - v5.4.7;
  • - Removed: Max Mega Menu support;
  • - Fixed: Portfolio bug on mobile devices;
  • - Fixed: All previously detected nav. bugs;
  • - Fixed: Search results showing extra 'stuff';
  • - Fixed: Target: _blank to some page builder elements;
  • - Fixed: Feature Hover Image el. bug with incorrect link;

version 1.2 - #back to top

  • - Added new VC element "Animation" now you can animate almost any other VC element;
  • - Updated all demo imports to have animations by default;
  • - Updated the "Agency 2" Hero (slide) to have the "particles effect";
  • - All pages (home and regular) now can be accesed as Visual Composer templates;

version 1.1 - #back to top

  • - Added option to change the "Read More" button text on the blog post from Theme Options panel;
  • - Added option for fallback background image in VC row, if there is video background applied to it;
  • - Fixed bug in preview blog posts where extra large word will overflow outside the countainer;
  • - Removed some new unsupported elements from Visual Composer v5.3;
  • - Fixed bug where navigation on medium screen size will not display correctly;

version 1.0.1 - #back to top

  • - Updated Visual Composer plugin to v5.3;
  • - Updated Slider Revolution plugin to v5.4.6;
  • - Fixed bug in the child there where the incorrect stylesheets where loaded from the parent theme.