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Here is our EXTENSIVE tutorial guide to make your life easier! See Design Specific options in the next article.
Most of our logos are built right into ProPhoto using buttons, here you can chose the text layer you wish to change and update it with your business name as well as your personal branding colors should you choose not to use the design colors.
ProPhoto > Buttons > Logo
In the case of expanding upon the text capabilities of ProPhoto, we will use a layered Photoshop Document included in your resources file. Be sure you have downloaded and installed all of the listed (FREE!) fonts and just open up your file and edit the necessary text layers, save as PNG and upload to the LOGO button and update.
Your design comes with spanning image backgrounds, to change these you will need to add an image of your choice for each the static home page and the blog/page background.
These settings will be located in the advanced area, ‘Extra background image 2’ is the homepage background and ‘Extra background image 3’will be all other pages background.
ProPhoto > Advanced > Extra background images
To change the color of your contents background you will need to change the hex color of both the ‘Individual post area background’ and ‘Individual page area background’. This is also the area your post header bullet point is located.
ProPhoto > Content Appearance > Background
If you choose to use your own branding colors in place of the design colors, you will need to go to each individual ProPhoto panel and find the color you wish to replace and save changes. If you see that it is on a rollover image, you will most likely be able to change the color in the Buttons panel or if you find its on an image you will have been provided a layered PSD file to edit and save as PNG to replace image.
Your design has come with professionally chosen typography and colors which come pre-loaded, but that is not to say they aren't customizable. We include links to all fonts provided but if you prefer to use another type, browse the internet for free or webfonts you can install in your design.
To change colors of fonts, you will find these in various areas, you will have better luck targeting the content text in the Fonts panel. But you will need to visit all ProPhoto panels to change every color.
ProPhoto > Fonts
The buttons features is an interactive visceral goodie for those who visit your site, you are able to change any graphic to suit your personal branding as well as change out images which we have included a layered PSD file to change out the images with the exact dimension.
You will also find your social media icons are completely editable in buttons, you are able to change color and size in the editor without having to change and upload each social media icon individually if you want to change it frequently.
ProPhoto > Buttons
If you are or aren't a sidebar person, you can easily change this setting in the panel.
ProPhoto > Sidebars & Footer > Sidebars
All Northfolk & Co. designs come with a layered PSD file for your mobile logo. Edit this file and replace the designs logo and save. Here you are also able to add or change the masthead, how it is displayed and where it is displayed. If you chose to change your sites font and color you will be able to change the mobile as well under Fonts. You can also change, add or delete menu items displayed in your mobile sites Footer menu.
ProPhoto > Mobile
This design uses the integrated slide-down contact form. You are able to change all form fields at will and add more.
ProPhoto > Contact Form
Contact Form Overview
If the Footer is used in your design, it will typically be specific to that page. You can change these options in the Footer panel as well as set what widgets are shown in Appearance > Widgets.
ProPhoto > Sidebars & Footer > Footer area
In this area you can set your feedburner URL if you choose to use a subscribe widget, adding SEO keywords, Custom code (only if you are comfortable and familiar with changing CSS), Translation - if you would like to change the comments header names and setting Extra backgrounds.
ProPhoto > Advanced