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Scotch is a responsive WordPress Blog & WooCommerce Theme. Created using Foundation 5. Featuring sidebar and full-width pages, a variety of post layout options, sidebar and footer widgets.

Scotch is a simple and clean template for WordPress. After installation you will only have to fill the content of your blog. Then configure the widgets and menus. If you sell a product, the configuration of the store is done in two steps: 1. To install the WooCommerce… Read More

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I noticed have your theme, but when I check out your demo there’s none that looks like their homepage. Are there options inside the theme that can easily format that same as grow.acorns homepage?

burocrate Author

Hi! To do so you need to customize the theme for yourself. You need to know HTML. But you can do a little like using the template settings.


Hi. I just installed Scotch on and enjoying it. I took the time to go around, configure, try out things and checking your templates but still could not find answers to some of my questions. I also consolidated some comments, hopefully worth your attention though I won’t pretend they all make sense to everyone: Where may I set a logo for my header, to be displayed next to the site title? My favorite blog layout would be row with right sidebar but it does not seem to be present. How may I create it (and share it back with you in case – i’m proficient enough in Wordpress, PHP, CSS and HTML) Related to the blog page template and to earlier comments, the Home Page options page is slightly confusing. Have you considered moving the “Homepage Template” to a “Blog Page” section and name it “Blog Page Template”? The Instagram Widget does not display anything despite setting the client id and requesting permissions on Instagram (actually none required according to them). Would have an idea what I’m missing here? The same happens with the Jetpack Blog email subscription widget, it does not display anything in whether it is placed in the sidebar or the footer Strangely, I had to play with the Redux framework settings in “Design Fields – Border” to remove a 3pts blue border from my site topbar. Not really friendly especially when there is a Scotch options “Topbar” section. Overall it doesn’t seem these options are meant for more than you the theme owner but is there actually some that a site owner like me should check / update and if yes to which effects? For some reasons, on a product single page, the label of my product variations are displayed on a dark blue background with a dark gray font. There is no other content anywhere else to which this formatting is applied. I traced it to the foundations.css .label class and use custom css to get rid of it. I don’t know if it is coming from Scotch or not but I did not have this issue with other themes. Do you know what the problem here? I believe there are a number of not required but say recommended image sizes which would produce better results if used in a number of places around the themes, for Post featured images or Products for example. These sizes may vary depending on the chosen layout. If you have such recommendations or used certain sizes on your clean and elegant examples on, could you please share them or put them in some documentation of some kind please? My biggest issue at the moment, if you go down to products listing in the Shop in any categories / sub-categories, it looks like Wordpress / WooCommerce or Scotch* tries but fails to display a 3 columns grid of products. The result is not quite right visually and practically speaking, in whatever width. Here again, would you have a suggestion on how to address it? (* can’t say which one is driving this but got better results with other themes somehow) That’s it I hope this is not too much at once. Looking forward to hearing from you and working with you on addressing these.

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Hi! Please write via private message in profile. I will reply back in the mail.


Thanks for the quick reply and … done!

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