You can adjust the colors of most theme content through the Colors and Styles screen. You can select colors for the backgrounds of gadget titles and content areas, as well as the color of buttons and text. You can also select fonts for gadget headings, body text, and text styles.
You can control the appearance and behavior of a gadget using its settings. For many gadgets, you can use the gadget settings to specify a gadget title and gadget style, and for content gadgets, you can specify a background color or image.
This theme was designed for business or trade associations that are trying to improve the food service industry in their area, though it can be used by anyone who likes it. This area is a good place to introduce your organization. You can replace the pictures in the slideshow gadget above. To the right of the slideshow gadget, the button uses a special link style. The Subscribe button can be linked to an email subscription form. Be sure to change the association name and logo in the page template that forms the basis of this page. Below is a content gadget with background picture. This gadget can be used to promote important parts of your site.
This is a content gadget. You can use content gadgets to display your custom content, including text, pictures, tables, and links. You can use our other gadgets to display dynamic content from your Wild Apricot account, like recent blog posts or upcoming events.
Check out the backgrounds for this theme. You can apply them using Background image setting on any content gadget.
This menu gadget allows you to create a secondary menu – consisting of internal or external links – that supplements your main site menu. You can specify the link names and destinations, choose a vertical or horizontal orientation, and select from a list of menu styles.
We have added a special placeholder that you can use within a page template to create a non-scrolling area at the top of your page. Within this "sticky" placeholder, you can place any content, including your site menu. Any content positioned within this placeholder will stay at the top of the page as you scroll through the rest of the page.To identify the sticky placeholder within this theme, begin editing a page template and look for the placeholder with an HTML ID field value of id_Header2 within the Advanced settings section.
Note: The sticky behavior is disabled within admin view, and can only be seen in public view.
Using the new log in form settings, you can hide the "Remember me" and "Forgot password" labels, and control whether the password and email labels appear within the entry fields or outside them.
Within the Colors and styles settings for this theme, you can control the colors and fonts for elements within the upcoming events, recent blog posts, and forum updates gadgets.
The Open Sans font has been used as the basis for this theme. You can visit the Typography (Demo) page to see the full list of typographical elements.