Other Theme Options – PageCells Responsive Framework

Script Settings

These settings allow you to add custom Javascript, CSS or HTML in the WordPress HEAD or footer that is automatically generated.

Header Scripts

This code is rendered inside the <head> section, before the initial <body> tag.

This code is rendered inside the WP Footer section, just before the closing </body> tag.

Load FlexSlider CSS

This setting tells PageCells to load the Flexslider stylesheet. If you are using your own styles for Flexslider, turn this setting off.

Use WooCommerce PrettyPhoto

WooCommerce comes with PrettyPhoto, but is not loaded for all pages. If you wish to use PrettyPhoto attributes with your content, you can tell PageCells to load the PrettyPhoto plugin on all pages by checking this box.

PageCells Update Key

An update key was included with your PageCells purchase. Enter it here to get automatic notifications when upgrades are available. It also enables PageCells to download the update from our website when you decide to upgrade.

HEAD Settings

These are additional options you can set for the <head> automatically generated by WordPress.

Title Separator

The character used to separate the page title from the site title. The default is “|”.

Add Viewport Meta

Indicates whether or not to render the viewport meta tag that tells the browser not to resize the page for handheld devices. Currently this is necessary for responsive behavior to work correctly on these devices but will be replaced by the CSS @viewport media query by browsers in the future.

Remove Adjacent Post Links

This option removes the previous and next link tags.

This option removes link to the WordPress RSS feeds (posts and comments).

This option removes the short url to posts (?p=###)

Remove WP Generator

This option removes the meta tag describing the version of WordPress being used.

The “really simple discovery” tag contains the location of the program WordPress uses to handle requests from Blogging clients. This option removes the link to this file.

Remove WLW Manifest

WordPress automatically produces an XML file for use by Windows Live Writer clients. This option removes the link to this file.

Content Settings

These settings adjust the automatic output generated by WordPress for various content elements.

If you are using the automatically generated page menu option for any of your menus, this option adds a link to the default home page as well as the top-level pages.

You may wish to have a category or tag link to a static page instead of the default archive page. This option tells PageCells to search for a page matching the term name and link to that instead.

Remove WP Comment CSS

WordPress generates inline CSS to style comments by default. This option removes the inline CSS so that you can use your own comment styles.

WordPress generates inline CSS to style galleries by default. This option removes the inline CSS so that you can use your own gallery styles.

Remove Category rel Attribute

The category links generated by WordPress add a rel attribute that fails W3C validation. This removes this attribute from the output.

Add Layout Comments

If you would like to track what PageCells is doing (e.g., looking for ids for action or filter) you can turn on verbose logging here. This should not be enabled permanently, only for development use.

Not Found Settings

When a page or post cannot be found, or when an archive does not contain any posts, WordPress automatically loads “File Not Found” content. These settings let you customize the behavior of this content.

404 Title

This is the main title of the “File Not Found” page.

404 Instructions

This contains instructions to the user about options when “File Not Found” is displayed.

No Results Title (archive)

This is the main title of the “No Posts Found” content for archive pages.

This is the main title of the “No Posts Found” content specifically for search results.

No Results Instructions

This contains instructions to the user about options when content is unavailable on archive pages.

If the “No Results Instructions” contain a link to the home page, this is the text of the link. (Some people call it “home” while others may have a different name.)

Hide Search Form on No Results

Check this option if you do not wish to display the search form in “No Posts Found” content for archive pages.

Hide Search Form on 404

Check this option if you do not wish to display the search form on the “File Not Found” page.

Tutorial

In this video we discuss the miscellaneous options available (including inline scripts and “not found” options) to fine-tune your WordPress site using the PageCells Responsive Theme Framework.

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