GeneratePress Wordsmith Template Documentation

Wordsmith is a clean and minimal blog template perfect for creatives built with GPP Plugin  only and requires no page builder.

1. Install Template

First, you need to activate Site Library Module in GP Premium.

Next, import Wordsmith Template, See how to import GeneratePress Template

2. Notes

All Colors & Typography, you can find at Appearance > Customize > Colors or Typography

Some color settings can also find at Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS

3. Header

Top Bar (Social Icons)

Appearance > Widgets > Top Bar > Lightweight Social Icons

Some custom code at Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS > Line 5 – Line 20

Appearance > Customize > Site Identity

Navigation

Appearance > Menus

and some custom code at Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS > Line 22 – Line 36

To change “Menu” text on Mobile, go to Appearance > Customize > Layout > Primary Navigation > Mobile Menu Label

4. Footer

Footer Logo & Social Icons

Appearance > Widgets > Footer Widget 1 > Visual Editor and Lightweight Social Icons

Copyright Text

Appearance > Customize > Layout > Footer > Copyright

Back to Top

To disable/enable, go to Appearance > Customize > Layout > Footer > Back to Top Button

To change color, go to Appearance > Customize > Colors > Footer > Back to Top Button

5. Homepage

Hero

Appearance > Elements > Home Header

(you can also change background image here)

and some custom code at Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS > Line 42 – Line 69

New Posts

Pages > Home Wordsmith

and WP Show Posts > Latest Post

Left Sidebar

Appearance > Widgets > Left Sidebar

With Newsletter Form, first you need to fill MailChimp API Key at MC4WP > Mailchimp

then edit form at

6. Pages

Appearance > Elements > Featured Image > Fallback Image

7. Blog Page/Post Categories

Posts

Appearance > Customize > Layout > Blog

  • Content – Archives
  • Featured Images – Archives

and some custom code at Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS > Line 79 – Line 88

Right Sidebar

Appearance > Widgets > Right Sidebar

To edit widget background, go to Appearance > Customize > Colors > Sidebar Widgets 

8. Posts

Appearance > Customize > Layout > Blog

  • Content – Single
  • Featured Images – Posts

If you have any questions, just comment below.

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