Wandererby Press75

Primary and Social Menus

Wanderer supports two Custom Menu locations: the Sidebar Menu, which you can use for your site’s main navigation, and the Social Menu, where you can add links to your social media accounts. Links to supported social media services will be represented by a matching icon. The following services are supported:

menus

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

Widgets

Wanderer has one widget area, located in the slide-out sidebar on single posts and pages, including blog, search, and archives.

Site Logo

Brand Wanderer with your own Site Logo. The logo area is set up for a maximum width of 1200 pixels and maximum height of 350 pixels.

logo

Theme Options

Wanderer has some theme-specific options you can edit under Customize → Theme Options:

User

This option allows you to feature a user’s Gravatar at the top of the sidebar.

Footer

With this option, you can add your own text to the site footer. This area supports HTML for adding links or images.

footer

Featured Content

With Wanderer, you can feature posts tagged with a certain tag (like ‘featured’), and they will show at the very bottom of the single post view (example). This area is a slider, with three posts showing at a time. To add featured content follow these steps:

  1. After logging into your WordPress admin, navigate to Appearance > Customize > Featured Content
  2. Enter the name of the tag you would like to feature in the ‘Tag Name’ text field. You can use the recommended ‘featured’ tag, or one of your choosing
  3. From here, decide if you want to ‘hide tag from displaying in post meta and tag clouds’, and ‘Display tag content in all listings’ then save, and exit the customer. Please note that if you disable the ‘Display tag content in all listings’ option, then the tag of posts you choose to feature will not show on the homepage.
  4. View any single post, and you should now see your featured content area.
  5. Note: The image you see in the Featured Content slider is the feature image assigned to your posts. If you do not assign a featured image, a black title over white background will show instead.featured-content

 

Other Features

If you have any questions about Wanderer and its features, please don’t hesitate to post in the theme’s Support Forum and we would be happy to help you.