- Set a site title, tagline, and logo.
- Set a custom background.
- Manage custom menus.
- Change the theme layout from three to four columns.
Customizing the Blog
Huntt’s archive page layout can be set to display content in three or four columns. To change number of columns, go to Appearance → Customize, choose Theme Options, and select the number of columns to display on the posts page. Press Save & Publish to save changes. The four-column layout is visible only on screens larger than
The Primary menu is located in the left navigation area. This menu can contain items including custom links, pages, categories, tags, or posts.
The Social Menu automatically creates links to your social network profiles, and supports the following social networks: Behance, Dribbble, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Vimeo, and YouTube.
Featured Images add visual value to your post. On archive pages, featured images are resized to fit the column width. On single posts, featured images are displayed in portrait or landscape orientation. If the image width is larger than
1300px, the image will be automatically resized. For portrait images, we recommend uploading images at
1300px wide and for landscape posts,
Huntt supports Standard, Image, Video, Quote, Link, and Gallery post formats.
Quote Post Format
To create a quote, first choose the Quote post format. Next, select your desired text in the Visual Editor and apply Blockquote formatting to it. To cite the author of a quote, write their name below the quote text. Switch to the Text Editor and add <cite></cite> around the author’s name. See Quote post format example.
Link Post Format
To create a link post, first select the Link post format. After adding your link text, link it to the desired URL. To add the link source or title, add <cite></cite> around the source or title name. See Link post format example.
Huntt has a right-hand widget area, displayed on single post pages and pages. The sidebar is not available on archives pages. Widgets can be configured under Appearance → Widgets. If no widgets are assigned to the Sidebar, content will display at full width.
Additional Post Styling Options
You can add additional text styling in the Text/HTML Editor by using special CSS classes.
You can display content in two columns by wrapping a
div element with the class “twocolumn”, and then a paragraph element with the class “half-width” around your content:
<div class="twocolumn"> <p class="half-width">Your text goes here</p> <p class="half-width">Your text goes here</p> </div>
Drop caps allow you to stylize the first letter in a post or page. Simply wrap the first letter in a span with “dropcap” class.
<span class="dropcap">D</span>rop cap examples.
To highlight text, wrap it with the “emphasis” class: