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An introduction to the PureBlog Pro theme

Welcome  to the PureBlog introduction where I will take you through the specifics of this theme and how you can begin setting up your new website.

Key Features of PureBlog

First, you are getting a theme with more features, functions, and options, but ultimately, here is a key list of features:

  • Mobile Responsive
  • Utilizing select WordPress theme Twenty Seventeen functions
  • Unlimited Colours using a single preset control
  • You also get a “Dark” version of this theme
  • 15 Sidebar Positions with select groups having dynamic width capability
  • 5 Blog Styles & Layouts
  • 3 Full Post Styles & Layouts
  • WP Custom Image header with sizing options
  • Sticky Header
  • Show or Hide Page Elements
  • Live Preview Customizer
  • Social Network Menus with Icons
  • RTL – Right to Left
  • WP Post Formats
  • Page Width Controls
  • Basic Typography Options
  • Custom WP Gallery Image Viewer
  • Custom Error Page
  • Built with the Bootstrap 3 Grid Layout
  • Additional Page Layout Templates

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.