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About Shogun – the First Reactive WordPress Theme

Shogun is a multi-purpose WordPress theme packed with features and possibilities. With a variety of templates and settings, it can be used to create anything from personal blogs or landing pages to complex portfolios, corporate websites, and online shops. The theme’s minimal style that develops and extends the latest trends in web design will ensure that your website looks and feels modern, and remains time-proof. The Shogun is a result of two years of… Read More

User comments

anagam

Hi there, I really like your theme and I’m having a hard time making the prefooter look like yours -fullwidth from edge to edge but cannot target the botttom margin which is set to 35px for the .vc_cta-container where I want to set it to margin-bottom: 0px;. http://www.handcutdesigns.com/services/website-design-cost-calculator/

anagam

Also the posts have this overlapping and duplicated author info at the bottom that I cannot remove by accessing the Custom CSS where i write #post-author { display: none !important;} and like that other custom css does not apply. Please advise

anagam

No worries, found a solution by installing a custom css plugin. Thiugh that is a problem right? It should work with the embedded css filed on the theme.

satoridesign Author

Hey anagam,

thank you for choosing Shogun!

You can set margins and paddings for each Visual Composer item in the “Design Options” tab while editing that item.

A duplicate “About the author” section is definitely not an envisaged feature – if you tell me more about how you encountered it, I should be able to fix it.

There’s also a “Styles: Add Custom CSS” tab in the Theme Options panel n Shogun, where you can insert any custom CSS without the need for third-party plugins.

Sincerely, Andrii / Satori Studio

jabadebcs

Is there any way to load the theme just as it is in the demo version and adjust from there? Or by chance can you PM me screen shots of the settings used in the demo version? Thank you!

satoridesign Author

Hey @jabadebcs,

thank you for choosing Shogun! Please find a screenshot with all theme settings here (apologies for the elongated image, it might be more convenient to download it and open locally, for enhanced zooming capabilities). In general, we’ve aimed at using as few non-default settings as possible in the demo, for obvious reasons.

Just in case – you can install the included demo content by following the instructions in the “Import Demo Content” section of the theme manual.

In case you face any issues with the settings, don’t hesitate to contact us!

Sincerely, Andrii / Satori Studio

briangoosen

There seems to be an issue with the infinite scroll portfolio demo (https://satoristudio.net/shogun/portfolio-infinite-scroll/). I’m using Chrome (62.0.3202.94 (Official Build) (64-bit) for OSX) and it’s throwing a warning “This page is trying to load scripts from unauthenticated sources.” I can click to tell it to load them, but this page still doesn’t seem to load more than 3 images. Tried Safari, Firefox, and Opera and none of them load more than 3 images.

satoridesign Author

Thanks for the heads-up! It was a permalink issue from the site’s migration to an SSL protocol – we’ve fixed it now. Will look into the problem of extra elements right now.

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