I bought NavBanner section and I need the logo size to be larger that what is displaying (screen cap is attached). I don't see anywhere to change the logo size parameters.
I also need to edit the nav font size/color/bold. Please help - thank you!
By James Giroux+
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By James Giroux+
First of all, thanks for using the themes. It's been great to design for you and to build out themes for DMS. I wanted to fill you in on the plan moving forward for the themes I've created and the update path to DMS 2.
Due to the fact that DMS 2 is an opt-in vs. opt-out update, I've decided to rest many of the themes I've created with DMS 1.x. The systems available to us for managing multiple versions of the themes aren't as intuitive as I would like them to be and realistically, I think moving forward, the best option is to create new themes purpose built for DMS 2 rather than convert themes built for DMS 1. There will, for a while, be people who are on DMS 1 and wanting to stay there, I'd like them to have a few options as well.
I have however updated a couple of themes to be DMS 2 compliant with the eventual goal of making them core standalone themes as per the new format of theme development for DMS 2. Here's the breakdown of what is updated, will be updated and will stay at 1.x.
Staying At DMS 1.x
Moving To DMS 2.0
DMS 2 Compliant
I'd also like to add in new themes as I go so expect new ones to show up in the not too distant future as well.
I just installed the Academy theme onto a staging area of my website. My blog archive page doesn't look like the one in the demo. It lacks the author image and the metadata that shows to the left of the feature image for each blog entry.
By any chance would you happen to know why that is? http://ccsb.staging.wpengine.com/blog
I just purchased and downloaded the Academy theme. I tried to install the downloaded Zip file onto my website but I got an error message. So I thought that maybe I should extract the zip file first to see if the download that I got from Pagelines has the theme file in the download but I'm not able to unzip the file.
I tried both on my Mac and on my PC to extract/unzip the Zip file that I got from Pagelines but it doesn't work. Would you be so kind as to check this out?