Welcome! First of all, we want to thank you for purchasing our Glamo WordPress Theme.
In the following sections, we will explain how to set up and use Glamo theme the easiest way possible. Although there’re a lot of things written in this documentation, the theme itself is not hard to use. You can go to the Theme Options page and explore everything yourself. This file is more of a reference if you do not know what to do, or if you are not familiar with WordPress.
The download package (
.zip) that you get from ThemeForest contains the following files and folder:
glamo.zip: main theme file that need to be uploaded to host to install Glamo theme
demo-content.xml: demo content file, which contains all pages and posts from live preview website. It will help you to have a first look at how we use Glamo theme
demo-product.xml: demo products file, which contains default products of Woocommerce
docs.html: theme documentation (this file)
theme-options.txt: theme option backup file. You’ll need this to restore the default theme options that setup for demo website.
codecanyon-2751380-slider-revolution-responsive-wordpress-plugin.zip: Slider Revolution Responsive WordPress Plugin. Completed download package from Codecanyon.net. It’s FREE for you to use with Glamo theme
demo-slide.zip: Slider for business, wedding, bakery page
We have written a very detailed guide on how to download and install a WordPress theme from ThemeForest, please follow the instruction in that article.
#Install demo content
If you are new to WordPress and have problems with setting up the theme you might want to import the demo content file that comes with the theme. The following actions will import some dummy posts and pages from the live preview:
- Go to
Tools > Import
- Select WordPress from the list
- If you haven’t installed the WordPress import plugin, a popup window will appears and ask you to install it. Just click Install Now. When the installation progress is completed, click Activate Plugin & Run Importer. If you have installed this plugin, skip to next step.
- Click Browse and select
demo-content.xmlfile from the download package
- Click Upload file and import
- When you are asked to import author, you can create new author or import to existing author. You also should check the checkbox Download and import file attachments.
After completing all above steps, go to
Collections to see imported data.
Important: Due to license of images, we have to remove images in distributed demo content and replace them with placeholers. All images get from placehold.it, if you have any download errors when import demo-content.xml, problem can be speed of internet connection. Don’t worry about that, you can replace with your own images.
#Install demo products
Please follow above steps to import file
demo-product.xml from download package.
#Setup homepage and blog page
After install demo content, you’ll see a page
Homepage. This page will be used as the homepage of the website. To set it as homepage, please go to
Settings \ Reading, under Front page displays, please chose A static page (select below) and select Homepage for Front page and Blog page for Posts page.
Although the theme is working now and it shows menu, but because we haven’t created a menu for primary location, the theme will display all pages by default. As the number of pages is large, displaying all of them in the menu is a bad idea.
#Create or edit a menu
Following these steps to create a menu:
- Go to
Appearance > Menus
- Select an existing to edit, or click create a new menu. Note: when you import theme data, WordPress automatically create a 3 menus for you: (Menu Left, Menu Right, Main Menu), so select one of them if you want to have same menu as in live preview.
- Select pages from the left meta box and click Add to Menu
- On the right, feel free to drag and drop menu items to organize them
- When you’re done moving menu items, check Main Menu for Theme locations at the bottom of the page
- Click Save Menu
#Add Description And Icon To Menu Item
Follow these steps to show description for one menu item as live demo:
- Click on Screen Options tab at the top-right corner to open Screen Options panel.
- Select 2 checkboxes CSS Classes and Description.
- Click on Screen Options tab again to close options panel.
- Now you click on the menu item that you want to add a description to, an options panel for this item will show.
- Enter CSS class of icon in CSS Classes (optional) text field. You can find all icon classes in the FontAwesome reference page. For each icon, you have to enter
icon_classis provided in FontAwesome reference page, e.g.
fa fa-home) to make it work.
- Enter a short description for that item in Description textarea
- After add icons or descriptions or both to all menu items, click Save Menu button.
Glamo have 5 locations for Menu by default:
- Primary Menu Left and Primary Menu Right are used as default locations. They are used to display your menus when you set Logo Position center in Theme Options page (we’ll talk about this later in Theme Options section).
- Primary Menu will be used when you set Logo Position left or right in Theme Options page.
- Secondary Menu is an additional menu that displays right bellow the logo. By default, there are no menus in this location.
- Footer Menu is used to display a small menu on the footer.
Beside displaying menus on other locations, you can display them inside widget areas which we are going to talk about in next section.
You can create many styles of menu by combining menu and logo locations, these are some examples:
- Logo center + Primary Menu Left + Primary Menu Right
- Logo left + Primary Menu
- Logo center + Secondary Menu
#Setup widget areas
Glamo theme has 8 widget areas (sidebars) by default:
- Topbar Sidebar Left and Topbar Sidebar Right: they are created to display small widgets in topbar of the website.
- Header Sidebar: will display widgets in the header only when set Logo Position
rightand no menu is set for
- Blog Sidebar: main website sidebar which will be displayed on all blog posts, archive pages, etc.
- Page Sidebar: will be displayed on all WordPress pages.
- Shop Sidebar: will be displayed on all WooCommerce pages: Products, Product category, Single Product, etc.
- Home Sidebar: will be displayed on Homepage template (we’ll talk about this template later in Page Templates section).
- Footer Sidebars: there are 4 default sidebars for footer, each sidebar is a column in the footer. You can change number of columns in footer in Theme Options page (in that case number of footer sidebars will increased or decreased acccordingly).
To set up a sidebar, select it from the right by clicking its title or the arrow down. Then drag and drop widgets from the left to the sidebar area.
That’s all! Now you have the website up with all basic elements!
The Glamo theme comes with unique, creative and easy-to-use Theme Options page. You can change all theme options in one place!
With Glamo’s advanced theme options panel, you can customize just about any part of your site quickly and easily. Every element on the site can have the color changed to your liking. Choose a color scheme for website, select fonts for all headings and body copy, change sizes, colors and line-heights of all fonts, select different footer column layouts, enable or disable several options, upload your own custom favicon, select from various site/page layouts, input custom CSS, set hundreds of other options to easily customize your site!
All options have a full description so you can know what you are doing. Just click and save!
Let’s go through each section.
This sections contains:
- (1): favicon upload, allows you to upload favicon for you website
- (2): touch icon, allows you to upload icon for mobile devices and tablets
- (3): load Bootstrap from CDN. Bootstrap is a part of Glamo theme and loaded within theme’s stylesheet, but you can load it from CDN to save the bandwidth and improve performance.
- (4): load FontAwesome Icons from CDN. FontAwesome is a part of Glamo theme and loaded within theme’s stylesheet, but you can load it from CDN to save the bandwidth and improve performance.
- (5): show comments on pages, allows you to show/hide comments and comment form on pages.
- (6): enable or disable breadcrumb.
- (7): when breadcrumb is enabled, this option will appear and let you choose which pages breadcrumb will be displayed.
- (8): backup – restore, allows you to backup Glamo options and restore them later, or transfer the saved options between different installs.
Here are the explanations of some options that can help you understand and use them better:
Favicon (short for Favorite icon), also known as a shortcut icon, Web site icon, tab icon or bookmark icon, is a file containing one or more small icons, most commonly 16×16 pixels, associated with a particular Web site or Web page. Browsers that provide favicon support typically display a page’s favicon in the browser’s address bar (sometimes in the history as well) and next to the page’s name in a list of bookmarks. Browsers that support a tabbed document interface typically show a page’s favicon next to the page’s title on the tab, and site-specific browsers use the favicon as a desktop icon.
This is how favicon appears:
Glamo lets you upload favicon or enter favicon URL in the input box:
- If you have a favicon uploaded, or you store the favicon somewhere out of the Media Library, you can just put the URL of the favicon into the input box, or
- If you want to upload favicon for your website, click the upload button (the green one near input box) and upload it to Media Library as a normal image, then click Select.
When you’re done, you can click Save Changes button to save your data.
Touch icons are the favicons of mobile devices and tablets. Each mobile devices and tablets has its own standards for displaying the touch icon (read this article to have a better understanding about touch icon and supported devices) and requires various icon sizes. But for best compatibility and simplicity, an image with size 152×152 is enough.
To specify a touch icon for your website, just do the same as for favicon: you can either put the URL of the touch icon into the input box or upload the icon to Media Library.
When you’re done, you can click Save Changes button to save your data.
#Show comments on pages
This option allows you to show/hide comments and comment form on pages. By default, Glamo doesn’t display comments and comment form on pages.
Important: In case this option is set to ON, to display comments on pages, you still have to allow comments for pages when you edit pages.
By default, this checkbox is checked (meaning comments are allowed on pages). But in case you want to show comments on all pages, except some specific pages, you can use this checkbox to hide comments for those pages only.
#Backup – Restore
Glamo allows you to backup theme options and restores them later. You can also transfer the saved options data between different installs.
To backup theme options, just copy the text inside the text box and save it into a file on your computer. To import data, replace the data in the text box with the one from the saved file and click Import Options button.
After clicking Import Options, Glamo will automatically setup all options and refresh the current theme options page, so you can see the options immediately.
This sections contains:
- Color Scheme: allows you to change color scheme of whole website
- Layout: allows you to change layout style and layout for whole website, for blog posts and pages
- Typography: allows you to change font family, styles, size, line height, color for body text and headings
- Custom CSS: allows you to add your custom CSS
Glamo theme has 5 predefined color schemes to choose from: blue, red, green, violet and orange. When you change color scheme of the theme, all links, button background and other elements will change their color or background accordingly.
The default color scheme is red, but you can select any from 5 colors here. After selecting, click Save Changes button to save your data. Now go to the frontend and check the colors of links, buttons, etc.
When you select Color Scheme section, you’ll see the following options:
(1): select built-in color scheme. These are 5 predefined color schemes. When you select one of them, your website elements will change color accordingly.
(2): enable/disable custom color scheme. This option allows you create custom color scheme, and you can build unlimited color schemes here! Just enable this and you’ll see options below.
(3): primary color. This is primary color for your custom color scheme, used for links, overlay, button background on hover, badges, etc.
(4): secondary color. This is the color used in button background, tag, etc.
(5): this is just some examples of using custom colors to built your own color scheme. These are real example which are used to build 5 predefined color schemes. You should start with these values and adjust them.
This section helps you to select which layout will be used in the whole website.
(1): site layout for blog, single posts and other archive pages. You can select sidebar position here:
none (don’t display sidebar).
(2): sidebar layout for pages. Same meaning as for blog above.
(3): sidebar layout for WooCommerce pages. Same meaning as for blog above but only applied for WooCommerce pages: shop page, single products, product tag archive, product category archive.
This section helps you to customize fonts for body text and headings on your website. For each element, you can customize:
(1): font family. Just select from the drop-down font family you like. Glamo supports 3 normal fonts (Arial, Verdana and Times) and 2 Google Fonts (Audiowide and Roboto).
(2): font size. Adjust font size for better look here. Just remember the unit for font size is px.
(3): line height. Adjust line height for better look here. The unit for line height is also px.
(4): font styles. You can choose bold, italic, underline or any combination of them.
(5): font color. Click on the button, a color picker will appear and you can now select any color.
Important: before customizing fonts, remember the default values for fonts. You should customize fonts around these values.
|Element||Font Family||Font Size||Line Height||Styles||Color|
This section allows entering custom CSS that will be output in the
</head>. This will overwrite CSS of theme, so please be careful!
Custom CSS is useful when you want to adjust small things for your website. If you have to adjust a lot of things in the website, please use Child Themes.
This sections contains:
(1): enable/disable topbar. By default, topbar is enabled.
(2): logo upload, allows you to upload the logo for your website. You can either put the URL of the logo into the input box or upload the logo to Media Library. The live preview of the logo will appear below the input.
(3): logo size. Specify logo size in px here. It will help you resize the logo to correct dimensions. By default, the good size is 180×180 (it is good if
Center is set as logo position in the bellow option).
(4): logo margin. Specify logo margin in px here. This is useful when you upload logo with different size than recommended. You can move logo a little, adjust space to make it look good.
(5): Specify logo position. By default, logo position set as center.
(6): header scripts. Enter scripts or code you would like output to
<head>. It can be:
<link>tag for custom font (from Google Fonts maybe)
- Any meta tag: to show the designer, copyright, etc. in meta tag
- Google Analytics code
- Anything else
This section contains only one option to set the default image for products. This image will be used for products which don’t have the thumbnail.
You can paste image URL here or upload the image to Media Library by clicking the upload button (green button).
This section helps you to change the display options for posts in blog page (and other archive pages). This section contains:
(1): what type of post content will be displayed. Available options are
Post content or
Post content before more tag.
To understand what those values mean, take a look at the screenshot bellow:
- (A): Whole post content, this is what you enter in the editor.
- (B): Post excerpt, which is optional hand-crafted summaries of your content. Learn more about manual excerpt.. If you don’t enter anything in the excerpt box, WordPress will auto generate excerpt from post content by taking a number of words from the beginning of post content and removing all HTML tags from it.
- (C): The post content before
- (D): The
Return to blog option: if you choose
Post excerpt: Glamo will get post excerpt (B) and display it. Remember: if you don’t enter excerpts for post, WordPress will auto generate excerpt from post content by taking a number of words from the beginning of post content and removing all HTML tags from it.
Post content: Glamo will get whole post content (A) and display it. This is the default value.
Post content before more tag: Glamo will get only the post content before
moretag (C) and display it.
(2): post content limit. Sometimes you enter a very long text for post excerpt or post content, display such long text in blog and archive pages is not good and harm your website beauty. So we need a way to truncate text to make it shorter. This option is created for that purpose.
Simply specify the number of words will be displayed here. Post content or excerpt will be truncated to an exact number of words. You should try changing this value and preview your blog to see what is best for you.
The default value is 55 words.
(3): read more text. The default value is Continue reading.
This section gives you options to customize footer area on your website.
(1): number of columns in footer. It also is the number of footer sidebars (widget areas). The default is 4.
(2): copyright text. You can enter text, HTML and shortcodes here. To make you easier to display copyright text, Glamo has default shortcodes that you can enter here:
[year]: display current year
[site_link]: display link to your website with text is the website title. For example, if you have a website at
Example, this will display a link like this:
[bloginfo]: display blog information. This is the wrapper of
bloginfo()function. Default it will display blog name (e.g. website title), but you can use it with parameter
nameto display more information, for example:
[bloginfo name="name"]: display blog name (default)
[bloginfo name="description"]: display blog description (tagline)
[bloginfo name="version"]: display WordPress version
[bloginfo name="rss2_url"]: display RSS2 feed link
[bloginfo name="home"]: display home link
- For more value of
name, please see
The default value for copyright text is Copyright Â©
[site_link]. All rights reserved.
(3): footer information. Specify some information about your website here, such as allowed payment methods.
(4): footer scripts. Enter scripts or code you would like output before
WooCommerce plugin almost works after activated, you just have to edit settings about image size to make sure products are displayed correctly with Glamo.
Here we will show you where to edit these settings.
(1): go to
WooCommerce > Settings then click to
Products tab, the fields we have to edit are located there.
(2): change product image sizes as the screenshot.
- Catalog Image: 231×266
- Single Product Image: 410×410
- Product Thumbnails: 50×50
#Page Display Settings
We’ve seen how to change featured title area, layout style, sidebar layout for the whole website. Glamo also supports customizing these things for specific posts and pages.
When you edit a page, you’ll see this meta box below the content editor:
This meta box contains 2 main parts:
- Import slider
- Display Settings
- Layout Settings
Each parts contains some settings as shown in the screenshot above. Let’s go through it:
After setting up the page, you need to setup the slider for page like business, bakery, wedding to make it display the same as in live preview.
The download package contains exported slider (Revolution Slider) that help you easier to create sliders. Following the steps below:
(1): Go to Revolution Slider.
(2): Click Import Slider button.
(3): When a popup appear, click Browse and select demo-slide.zip file.
(4): Click Import Slider button to start import the selected slider.
(1): Hide breadcrumb. If you enable Breadcrumb and allow it to be showed on pages in
Theme Options, this option allow you to hide Breadcrumb on this page only when you enable it.
(2): Hide page title. As posts, the title of the page is showed at top of page content. If you want to hide the title of current page, just select this option.
This is useful if you want to setup landing pages or special pages.
(3): This option allow you to remove spacing between header and content, content and footer. This option is useful for creating some special pages, such as homepage (when using page builder – we will show you bellow), or insert a full-width slider / background image at the top of the page.
By default, default layout of pages is set in
Theme Options > Design > Layout, but in each page Glamo have Layout Settings to allow you to select difference layout and choose which sidebar will be showed within it.
(4): enable/disable custom layout. By default, every page uses default layout. You can select a difference layout for current page when to enable this option.
(5): select a specific layout for current page. When you enable custom layout option, this option will be showed to allow you to select a difference layout for the current page. There are 3 layouts you can choose: Sidebar left, Sidebar right or Full Content.
(6): select a sidebar. By default, Glamo use
Page Sidebar for pages, but you can choose another sidebar for a page if you want. When you enable custom layout option and select a layout which has sidebar (
Sidebar Left or
Sidebar Right), this options will appear and allow you to select difference sidebar for current page.
There are 3 ways to build a homepage in Glamo: use Homepage template which is provided by Glamo theme or uses WR Pagebuilder plugin or use Visual Composer Plugin .
This section will show you how we build our home page using the page template
Homepage, using WR Pagebuilder plugin and using Visual Composer.
#Using Homepage template
We use Homepage template to build Demo 1.
When you add or edit a page, look at on the right, find Page Attributes meta box and select a template
Homepage from the dropdown Template (1), a meta box called Homepage Settings appear (2).
You can drag sections to change their order. Now let’s go through each section follow the order in homepage.
(1): enable/disable slider section.
(2): which type of slider you want to use, default slider (collections slider – we’ll show you how to add/edit collections later) or custom slider. If you choose custom slider, options (3) and (4) bellow will disappear and a text field will display for you to enter shortcode of any slider (like Revolution Slider, Layer slider, â€¦ )
(3): select 3 collections to display on section slider like on live demo.
(4): select effect for collection slider
(1): enable/disable promotion section.
(2): enter the content for this section, HTML and shortcodes are allowed.
(1): enable/disable featured products section.
(2): section title. It’s Featured Products by default.
(3): enter number of featured products will be displayed.
(1): enable/disable featured categories section.
(2): select product categories will be displayed. You should select an even number of categories to has the best view.
(1): Add the description.
(2): Upload image.
(3): Click Update button.
(1): enable/disable recent products section.
(2): section title. It’s Recent Products by default.
(3): intro message. It allow you to show a custom content before list of recent products (HTML and shortcodes are allowed)
(4): enter number of featured products will be displayed.
(5): enable/disable sidebar in this section.
(6): select position for sidebar.
(1): enable/disable logos section.
(2): edit or delete uploaded logos.
(3): add new logos to this section. Click the button Select or Upload Images, a modal window will display. There you can upload images or choose images from the Media Library.
(1): enable/disable custom content section.
(2): enter the content for this section, HTML and shortcodes are allowed.
#Using WR Pagebuilder
Glamo supports building pages by using page builder plugins: Visual Composer and WR PageBuilder.
We use this plugin to build demo 2 Mobile. You can download sample data of Glamo Mobile demo here: http://docs.fitwp.com/glamo/demo-mobile.zip.
If you want to build the home page like Mobile demo, you should import demo-content-mobile.xml from demo-mobile.zip instead of demo-content.xml. After successful importing, you go to Pages, chose
Homepage to edit. Remember to set that page as front page in
Setting -> Reading.
We include an export of slider that we use in live demo Mobile in
demo-mobile.zip a file, you can import it in
Revolution Slider in admin area.
Here we will show you how to use WP PageBuilder which included in Glamo theme to build a page.
#Open page builder
When to add or edit pages, you will see 2 tabs
Classic Editor and
Page Builder right bellow page title, click to
Page Builder open page builder screen add start adding content.
Note: Before adding elements to the page, you should know that WR PageBuilder organizes content in a grid using rows and columns. Each row can contain some columns and each column can contain some elements.
Now let’s see how to add rows, columns, and elements to page content.
(1): Click the Add Row button to add new row.
(2): You can drag and drop a row in the vertical direction to change its order.
(3): You can delete a row by clicking the recycle icon on the right side of the row. If that row contains elements, an alert box will appear and ask you to confirm that you want to delete that row and all elements inside it.
(4): Edit row. When you click the Edit Row icon (above delete row icon), a modal box will appear with options to edit row, let’s see what it is:
- Width: select the width of row, boxed or full width. By default it is boxed.
- Background: select background type of row: none, solid color, gradient, pattern or image, then set it up.
- Border: specify row border. It contains border with, border type and border color.
- Padding: edit padding of the row in px. By default, all values are set to 10px
- CSS Class: add a css class to row. It is useful when you want to add special style to a row by using
Custom CSSfeature in
- ID: Set CSS id to row. As the same purpose as CSS Class, you can add style to a row by adding ID to it.
There is 2 way to add columns into a row: add them manually or user pre-defined layout.
(1): add columns manually by clicking the Add Column button on the right side of row. You can add maximum 12 columns.
(2): you can resize the column by clicking on 3 dots icon between columns and drag it to left or right side.
(3): add column by using pre-defined layout. When you hover your mouse over the Add Row button, a list of pre-defined layout will appear, just click on a layout and you have a new row with columns inside.
Inside each row, you will see Add Element button at the bottom, just click on it, a modal box appear, it contains all available elements that supported by IG Pagebuilder plugin.
The Select element you want to add by clicking it, a new modal box will appear. It allows you to setup the element with many options. After done, click Save button to add the configured element into the column.
Note: To know in details how to setup/configure each element, please see the WR PageBuilder documentation from included package or use online documentation here.
#Using Visual Composer
We use this plugin to build demo 3 Restaurant. You can download sample data of Glamo Restaurant demo here: http://docs.fitwp.com/glamo/demo-restaurant.zip.
If you want to build the home page like it, you should import demo-content-restaurant.xml instead of demo-content.xml. After successful importing, you go to Pages, chose
Homepage to edit. Remember to set that page as front page in
Setting -> Reading.
You can see the detail how to use Visual Composer in this very detailed documentation.
We include an export of slider that we use in live demo Restaurant in
demo-restaurant.zip file, you can import it in
Revolution Slider in admin area.
Glamo has a custom post type called Collection to show photos as a slider (we talked about that slider above, in Homepage template section). When you add or edit a collection, you will see following options:
(1): edit or delete image from gallery.
(2): add new images to gallery. Click the button Select or Upload Images, a modal window will display. There you can upload images or choose images from the Media Library.
(3): featured image. It is optional options, you can set the featured image for current collection here. By default, it uses the first image from the gallery.
Post Formats is theme feature which is a piece of meta information that can be used by a theme to customize its presentation of a post.
In short, with a theme that supports Post Formats, a blogger can change how each post looks by choosing a Post Format from a radio-button list.
Glamo theme supports the following post formats:
gallery– A gallery of images, which will be displayed in a responsive image slider, powered by Flexslider.
link– A link to another site.
image– A single image, which will be shown above post title.
quote– A quotation.
video– A single video, which can be any video from Youtube, Video or other video websites. Support URL or embed code. The video will be displayed above post title.
audio– An audio file, which can be any video from Youtube, Video or other video websites. Support URL or embed code. The video will be displayed using a powerful HTML5 audio player provided by WordPress as default player.
Using post format in Glamo lets you differentiate post from each other and make the blog page / single page looks more beautiful.
See blog page to see how post formats look.
#Setup Post Formats
When you edit a post, select a format you want to apply to that post on the Format meta box on the right:
When you choose a format, a corresponding meta box will appear below the content editor, here’s the list of them:
All you need to do is just enter all information in the fields in these meta boxes. This information will be used to decorate the post. For example, gallery post format will use uploaded images to show a slider above post title, a video post will display a video player above post title, etc.
Glamo plays nicely with default WordPress widgets. Besides that the theme has some additional widgets that might be useful for you:
This widget displays the list of photos which is get from a user or group on Flickr.
This widget has the following options:
- Title: widget title
- Flickr ID: this is ID (not username) of user or group on Flickr. You can go to http://idgettr.com to get the ID.
- Type: select type of above ID is
- Number of photos: how many photos you want to display
- Display: which photos you want to display, latest or random photos.
- Size: select size of photos
#[FitWP] Latest Tweets
Before you use this widget, you have to create a Twitter app. Following these steps:
- Go to https://apps.twitter.com/ and click Create New App button.
- Fill in all information needed for the app. The name and description can be anything, it does not have to be a certain name. You can leave the Callback URL field empty.
- After creating the app, go to API Keys tab then click Create My Access Token button at the bottom to generate the necessary codes. It usually take 10 – 15 seconds to generate these codes, you have to reload that page to see your code in Your Access Token section.
- Now you can copy the following fields for setting up Latest Tweets widget:
- API key -> Consumer Key
- API secret -> Consumer Secret
- Access token -> Access token
- Access token secret -> Access token secret
These fields will be used in the tweets widget.
Now go to your website admin area, then
Appearance > Widgets, drag and drop [FitWP] Latest Tweets widget into a sidebar that you want it to show there. You’ll see these fields this:
(1): You also need to enter Cache time, which is the time your tweets will be temporarily stored in WordPress cache,
(2): Twitter username which you want to get from
(3): Number of tweets you want to get
After filling all information, just click Save.
#[FitWP] Recent Posts
This widget replaces default WordPress recent posts widget. It displays recent posts in the much more beautiful way and gives you more control to what will be shown.
The widget has the following options:
- Title: widget title
- Number Of Posts: how many posts you want to displayed
- Category: you can choose to display posts from all categories, or a specific category or multiple categories
- Show Comment Number: whether or not show comment number
- Show Thumbnail: whether or not show thumbnail
- Default Thumbnail: if post doesn’t have thumbnail, this default thumbnail will be used
- Show Date: whether or not show post date
- Date Format: date format. See this link for a full list of supported date formats
- Show Excerpt: whether or not show post excerpt
- Excerpt Length: the number of words of post content will be displayed
- Show Readmore Text: whether or not show read more text
- Readmore Text: Read more text
This widget displays popular posts, recent posts and recent comments in a tabbed widget. Each tab has its own options. For popular posts and recent posts, the options are similar to the Recent Posts widget above.
Note that popular posts are counted based on a number of comments.
#[Glamo] Account Links
This widget shows links to the login page and register page. We created this widget with the main purpose is help administrators display login link or register link or both in top bar easily.
#[Glamo] Social Links
This widget shows links (with icons) to your social network profiles. All you need to do is just enter URL to your social network profiles and optionally title for each link.
#[Glamo] Mini Cart
This widget shows the shopping cart in minimized size. We prefer you to use it instead of WooCommerce Cart widget when you want to show shopping in Topbar or Header Sidebar.