Puzzleby Pro Theme Design

Custom Header

Puzzle makes use of WordPress Custom Header functionality.

Custom Menus

Puzzle has one custom menu area. If there is no custom menu configured, then the menu will display a list of your site’s pages. To find out more about how to set up your menus, see the Custom Menu documentation.

Featured Images

Puzzle supports Featured Images on blog posts. To use Featured Images, edit the post to which you want to add the Featured Image — and then find the box labelled “Featured Image.” Click the link titled Set featured image and then either select the image or upload a new one using the options provided. Once selected, click on Set featured image. Then click the Update button to save changes to your post.

Homepage Layouts

By default the homepage will display 15 posts. This is to ensure the homepage has the optimum layout with no gaps.

You can change the pattern used for the homepage and category pages in the Theme section of the Customizer.

Local Languages

Puzzle has full support for both left-to-right and right-to-left languages. For information on translating Puzzle, check out the translation FAQ.

Sticky Posts

Sticky posts on a Puzzle-powered site get special treatment, making them stand out a little more. Find out how to make a Sticky post here.

Social Accounts

Puzzle allows you to display links to your social media profiles, like Twitter and Facebook, with icons.

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Set up a social links menu

  1. Create a new Custom Menu, and assign it to the Social Links Menu location.
  2. Add links to each of your social services using the Links panel.
  3. Icons for your social links will automatically appear if it’s available.

Available icons

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

  • CodePen
  • Digg
  • Dribbble
  • Dropbox
  • Facebook
  • Flickr
  • GitHub
  • Google+
  • Instagram
  • LinkedIn
  • Email (mailto: links)
  • Pinterest
  • Pocket
  • Polldaddy
  • Reddit
  • RSS Feed (urls with /feed/)
  • StumbleUpon
  • Tumblr
  • Twitter
  • Vimeo
  • WordPress
  • YouTube

Sidebars

Puzzle has two sidebars. There’s information on the administration of sidebars available here.

All sidebars will hide if there are no widgets to display. The remaining content will resize to fill the empty space.

Sidebar one is displayed on the right-hand side of blog posts and pages. Sidebar two is displayed in the footer of the site.