Corify

#Install Theme

You can install the theme one of two ways:

#WordPress

Login to your WordPress dashboard and click on Appearance > Themes. Then click on the Add New button at the top.

Click the Upload Theme button at the top and select the bpf.zip file, then click Install Now.

Once your theme is installed, you will see a success message along with the link to activate and preview the theme. Click Activate link to activate the theme.

#Using FTP

If you have problem installing theme using WordPress upload (for example: file is too big), then you need to install the theme via FPT.

  • Extract the corify.zip file
  • Download and install a FTP client (we recommend FileZilla )
  • Open the FTP client and upload the extracted folder BPF to wp-content/themes on your host

After uploading the theme, go to the Appearence > Themes page to activate the theme.

#Install Plugins

Some plugins are included directly in the themes and some are hosted on wordpress.org which takes a while to download.

After installing, click the link Return to Required Plugins Installer. You’ll be redirected to a page where all installed plugins are listed. It’s required to activate them. So select them all and choose Activate from the drop-down and click Apply:

#Import Demo

This step is optional. It will add the demo data to your website that you might not expect (the existing content still remains, though). So, it’s best to import demo only on a fresh install.

Make sure you installed, activated the plugins, and enabled the recommended plugins before importing demos.

To import a demo, go to Appearance > Import Demo Data, select a demo, and click the Import button. It takes a couple of minutes to process all the content.

After done, go to Settings > Permalink and reset your permalink. That will make your Listings Page and Dealer Page display properly.

#Logo

The theme displays site title and tagline by default. You can also display a custom logo, and optionally hide the site title and tagline.

To add a logo, go to Customize → Site Identity and upload a logo.

In case you need the logo looks sharper on a high pixel density screen, just upload the retina-ready version of your logo. A retina logo image is the same as the normal logo image, though twice the size. For example, if one’s regular logo image is 100×100 pixels in size, the retina logo image would need to be 200×200 pixels in size.

You can easily adjust the logo width with a slider.

#Header

Header has three sections: Top Bar, Main, and Menu.

#Top Bar

You can modify the custom text, hotline, location, working hours… or show topbar, social menu…. Go to Customize->Header->Topbar

#Main

This section displays the site logo and other options like location hotline text, working hours and a submit car button.  It also has all the options for the color for the background, text, icon, … for the menu, and submenu.

All the options are self-explained.

#Menu

The main navigation menu appears in this section. On tablet and mobile devices, it will be hidden behind a toggle button. To set it up, create a new custom menu via Customize → Menus and assign it to the Header location.

This section allows you to stick your header menu and display your social menu like the demo

You can also put site logo here. It will be shown up if the header main section above is hidden.

#Social Menu

The social menu displays at the topbar, header menu, and footer of your website. To add social links, Go to Customize->Social Menu

Linking to any of the following sites will automatically display its icon in your menu:

  • Dribbble
  • Facebook
  • Foursquare
  • Github
  • Instagram
  • Linkedin
  • Pinterest
  • Reddit
  • Skype
  • Tumblr
  • Twitter
  • Youtube
  • Yahoo
  • Dropbox
  • Whatsap

#Setting up your front page

When you first activate Corify, your homepage will display posts in a traditional blog format. To set up your homepage, follow these steps:

  1. Create a page.
  2. Go to the Customizer’s Static Front Page panel and set Front page displays to A static page.
  3. Select the page you created in step one as the Front page, and, if you plan to have a blog as well, choose another page as the Posts page to display your blog posts.

All these sections are built with Elementor, we we already made some Elementor Widgets:

#Header Slider

#Testimonial

#List Post

#Color Settings

Corify offers various color options for almost every section of the theme. You can keep a uniform color scheme throughout your website with color options. Below are the options available with Corify theme.
You can find settings under Customize → Theme Options → Color

#Main

The main color will set a default color and background color for all theme elements like button,  main navigation… etc.

The secondary color will set a background for all theme elements like button hover,  main navigation hover… etc.

#Body

#Font Settings

Typography plays the most important role in the UX of a website. Therefore, we’ve focused on giving you a number of typography options that will help you customize your fonts using the Corify theme.

You can find settings under Customize → Theme Options → Fonts

Below are the options with Corify Theme.

#Footer

#Footer Widget Areas

By default, Corify has 4 widget areas (sidebars) in the footer. Each widget area is a column. To add content to the footer, go to Appearance > Widgets, drag and drop widgets to Footer 1-4 sidebars:

Note that we already made a widget named Corify Recent Posts.  Please refer to the Widgets section to know how to configure them.

#Footer Copyright Text

To change the footer copyright text, go to Customize->Footer->Text->Copyright Text

#Customization

We recommend using a child theme to customize the theme. Here is the guide how to do that.

In addition, you can customize the theme CSS by going to Customize → Additional CSS.

We hope you live Memory. If you have any question, please send us a support ticket. Happy blogging!