Typit is Gutenberg ready and we also made sure it works with the Classic editor should you decide to stay with it. Typit was created for bloggers who love to write and you definitely won’t find a lack of customizable theme options. One of the major features of Typit is that the top header area has so many variations available, you can make your blog looks completely different from others.
As you setup Typit, follow the tutorials to help you, but if you find any tutorials or perhaps that we need to add one, feel free to let us know. As well, if you have any suggestions on how to improve this theme, we are also open to that.
First, you are getting a theme with more features, functions, and options, but ultimately, here is a key list of features:
- Gutenberg Editor Ready
- Mobile Responsive
- Responsive Typography
- Recent Posts Widget w/thumbnails
- Social Links Widget
- 2 Blog Styles
- 9 Sidebar Positions
- Page Templates, including a Template for Page Builders
- Accent Colour Settings
- Built-in Theme Customizer with live Preview
- Social Menu locations
- Custom Error Page
- Custom Excerpt Sizing
- Show or Hide Page Elements
- Customizable Page Backgrounds
- Create Cropped Featured Images on Upload
- Post Featured Images in the Header (optional)
- Custom WP Gallery Viewer
- Enable/Disable Default Google Fonts for this Theme
- Translation Ready
- Google Mobile Friendly
Customizing Your Theme
As I will keep saying this for every theme I release, there is one important element to consider when setting up your theme and website, is customization. If you plan to modify the theme at some point in time, such as modifying a theme template, or perhaps you want to add something more, I strongly recommend using a child theme. I may create a tutorial about child themes, but the WordPress.org website has a Child Theme tutorial that you can follow.
Ultimately, using a child theme will prevent you from losing any changes you make whenever this theme has an update. Making changes to the theme’s files will result in being overwritten when you update, which is why using a child theme is critical.
Theme Info Page
When you are in your site’s admin area, you have a theme information page available to you with quick links to resources and support. Go to the Appearance menu group and look for the “About Typit” link.
You will see a page with tabs, each containing valuable information for your reference.
One in particular is the CHANGELOG tab which outlines what changes were made in the current and previous versions of this theme.
Special Offer: We decided to offer you a $10 if you tried the Typit theme and then decide to upgrade to the Pro.
How to Begin
Now that you’ve installed the theme, the fun begins, so I recommend exploring the customizer (found under the Appearance menu group) and all of its settings. From there, start planning out your website (if new), otherwise start adjusting your site to the new theme and features.
Support – Important
If you need support or you discover a missing or outdated tutorial, please add a support ticket or visit the support forum for this theme and post your questions; we will be more than happy to help out.
NOTE – We do not provide theme support from the “Contact Us” form.