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About Editor – A WordPress Theme for Bloggers

About Editor

Editor is a responsive WordPress blog theme created for bloggers with a minimalist design and optimized for mobile.

Features

  • Minimalistic & Distraction Free Design
  • Responsive Design & Retina ready
  • Beautiful Featured Posts Slider
  • Flexible Images & Videos (supports responsive video embed in various aspect ratios)
  • 3 blog layouts (plus with or without sidebar

User comments

thesullster

The top carousel doesn’t look nice on mobile. It looks squeezed….

pixelwars Author

Hi, please create a new topic about it on our support forums and our support team will happily help you, thanks.

http://www.pixelwars.org/forums/

AlinaPanteleeva

Hello, how can I make a bigger space for my image logo, it makes it squeezed and small by default. Or how can i remove to logo completely since i can use it as an image on the page instead. Here is the site: http://alinapanteleev.com you can see the logo now is on the page since its too big for the header. Greatly appreciated!

pixelwars Author

Hi, please create a new topic about it on our support forums and our support team will happily help you, thanks.

http://www.pixelwars.org/forums/

meymigrou

Does the theme support Gutenberg? I want to update to WordPress 5.0.

pixelwars Author

Hi, we plan to test it and release an update with the fixes if necessary about in a week.

Thanks.

Solari

Found changelog, never mind : )

pixelwars Author

Ok, good luck

anatman

Hi, This comment: https://themeforest.net/comments/20997974 asked about support for Gutenberg, a while ago. You answered that it was planned for about a week later. However, there’s no mention of that in the changelog, and the sidebar here at Themeforest says it’s not optimized for Gutenberg. How are the plans for supporting Gutenberg? Thank you

pixelwars Author

Hi, first test results shows that the theme is compatible with WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg too, however we plan to run an extensive test with Gutenberg before checking the Gutenberg optimized option.

Have a nice day.

anatman

Thank you so much

claytonzeimet

Full Width Instagram Footer: Instructions

On my blog I wanted to have a full-width Instagram footer. I love this theme so much but it didn’t come with a full width footer option. With a little work with the ole’ Google search, I worked something out that utilized one of the already existing widget areas in the Editor theme.

STEP 1: Modify the Additional CSS in the Customizer This bit of CSS does two things. First, it removes the little gold border lines in the footer area. Second, it makes the footer-social widget area full width (100%): /* remove border lines in footer area */ .site-footer .site-info { width: 100vw; position: relative; margin-left: -50vw; left: 50%; border: 0; } .site-footer { border: 0; } /* full width instagram section - will also control any social media icons in this widget */ .footer-social { width: 100vw; position: relative; margin-left: -50vw; left: 50%; }

STEP 2: Modify the Footer Social Icons in the widgets The second step you need to do is modify your footer-social widget area. As it comes, the editor theme comes with a list of “social links”. You need to edit the text a little: [social_icon_wrap] [social_icon type="facebook" url="YOUR-URL"] [social_icon type="twitter" url="YOUR-URL"] [social_icon type="instagram" url="YOUR-URL"] [social_icon type="pinterest" url="YOUR-URL"] [social_icon type="wordpress" url="YOUR-URL"] [social_icon type="flickr" url="YOUR-URL"] [social_icon type="rss" url="YOUR-URL"] [/social_icon_wrap] <br /> <br /> <br /> <p style="font-size: 16px;" align="center"> <em>My </em><a href="YOUR-URL"><strong>Instagram</strong></a>:</p>

This create some nice spacing between your social icons and the “title” to your Instagram Widget.

STEP 3: Add your Instagram widget For the Instagram widget, it’s important to choose one that has lots of features and looks good. I choose Instagram Feed, found here on Themeforest. The Instagram widget should be used in the footer-social-icons widget area along with the social icons html (mentioned in step 2).

STEP 4 (optional): Optimize the footer text / Copyright section For this step, I installed the Insert Headers and Footers plugin. Again, I tossed in a simple bit of HTML to make it look super smooth on the blog: <p style="font-size: 16px;" align="center">© 2020 | crafted with <i class="pw-icon-heart" /> <em>by</em> <a href="YOUR URL"><strong>YOUR BLOG NAME</strong></a></p>

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