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Theme settings


Written by Michał Krawczyk ,

Color scheme



  1. It’s time to customize your website - choose the logo and change the colors of the theme.
  2. Go to MDW config/Theme Settings/General.
  3. Under Color scheme you will find available skins.
  4. As you can see, there are plenty of available choices.. Choose one of them, then click Save.




Site Identity


  1. Click Appearance and Customize.
  2. Then, go to the MDW Config/Theme settings and then click tab Site Identity.
  3. You can set Favicon, Site Title & Tagline and the Footer Copyright Text. Site title is used in multiple places as a default website name, like Google search results or Woocommerce plugin.


Font style


  1. Go to the MDW Config and Theme settings.
  2. Now, click General tab and find Font style.
  3. Choose one of the following:
  4. Font style - Material Design for WordPress



Change it, using MDW Config:

  1. Go to the MDW Config/Theme settings/General.
  2. Find Font style and choose the one you prefer.
  3. Change and Save.


Background


  1. If you don't like white background color, you can easily change it. Go to the Appearance and Customize.
  2. You may set the plain color, or choose the background image.
  3. To change the color click Colors. Select your preference, then click Save & Publish
  4. To set the background image click on Background image. Then:
    • Select image
    • Upload Files
    • Select Files
    • Now find your image and then click Open
    • Then blue button on the right bottom corner Choose image
  5. If you've uploaded correctly, several options will appear. Browse all of them, and choose the best looking for your page, then Save & publish



Change it, using MDW Config:

Go to the MDW Config/Theme Settings/General. On the bottom, you'll find The label Background. Here like in the Customizer you may choose color or background. There are several options of image location and other. Learn more about the repeat, position, and attachment in the MDW Config: General lesson.



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Michał Krawczyk

Digital Marketing Analyst at MDW with a strong Research background, student of Interfaculty Individual Studies in the Humanities at the Jagiellonian University

Comments 4

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    srbarnard

    Why can't you use your logo in the navbar? I bought this theme before I saw you can't. this wont make my client happy.

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        Michał Krawczyk

        Hello @srbarnard. Our theme is created in accordance with Material Design standards - look at any of the Google websites, you'll notice that in all of them logo is used only in the Sidenav. In the Navbar you can add the name of the client's company (look at Site Identity in the Customizer, where you can set the Site title). If you want to have a logo in the top left corner, I highly recommend you to use Sidenav.

  • Scottie Roche

    @Michał Google's home for Material Design material.io places the Material Design logo in the navbar. It seems previous objection to a logo in navbar is not current with Google's practice today. Any chance the ability to add logo to navbar might make its way to theme?

      • User avatar

        Michał Krawczyk

        @Scottie We do add recently the option to place a logo in the Horizontal Menu (former Navbar). However we're now implementing this feature, so the documentation does not include annotation about this yet. However, it will be added soon.

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