The hero section shows the blog Tagline and the Header Image.
To set the Tagline, go to Appearance > Customize then Site Identity.
To set the Header Image, go to Appearance > Customize then Header Image.
If the Header Image does not exist, the hero section will be hidden, but you can show only the Header Image without the Tagline.
The first thing you can do is to install and activate the Contact Form 7 plugin.
Creating the Form
From WordPress Dashboard, navigate to Contact > Add new.
Now you are on the contact form page, set a form title, then and you can see different tabs which are the following:
Form: You can customize the form and how it will look like with some simple HTML code.
Mail: You can set different things like your email address and customize the message body.
Messages: You can set different messages visitors can see in different scenarios while sending a message.
Additional Settings: You can add customization code snippets.
Once finished the form customization, click the Save button.
Once saved, you will get a new code snippet highlighted in blue. This code will be used with the WordPress page, so please copy it.
Creating the Page
From WordPress Dashboard, create a Contact page by navigate to Pages > Add new.
Paste the generated contact form code into the page text box.
Now, your page is ready with the new contact form which you can then publish.
The demo is using the Tiled Galleries which is a Jetpack add-on that enables to display your galleries in different new styles.
First, install Jetpack and then follow this guide which will introduce you to Tiled Galleries and how to configure and create new galleries with it.
The Bold theme is fully ready to be translated into other languages and could be easily translated with poedit.net application.
The theme contains the main translation file bold.pot inside the languages directory which will be used by the poedit application.
Here are simple steps:
Install poedit and open it.
Once the app is opened click Create new translation.
Choose bold.pot the file inside the theme bold/language directory.
Once the translation is done, save the file according to your language code. Find a list of language codes at WordPress in your Language. As an example, the language code for English (UK) is en_GB, so you will end up with two new files: en_GB.po and then en_GB.mo.
When that’s done, simply upload the files to bold/language folder using FTP.
Change the site language by going to WordPress > General > Settings and choose the target language from Site Language drop-down menu.
First, make sure you have Node.js, npm, and Bower installed, then run the-the following commands in the theme root directory to install npm and bower dependencies.
To start Gulp, run: