Noah takes full advantage of the Customizer to manage the settings for your layout, spacings, sizes, and more as easily as possible.
And what better way to make style twists than with the live preview? Simply change any setting and see it take effect right way from Appearance → Customize. Make sure it represents your overall style and is in line with your brand personality. Consistency matters and helps you stand out from the crowd.
One of the most important customization component can be found under Appearance → Customize → Theme Options. Here you’ll see options related to the Main Content, Header, Footer, and more.
Before diving into the settings related to colors, make sure you read this documentation article to make the right decisions.
One of the most visible parts of the website is the Header area. Here, you can change the Layout, Colors, and Fonts of the Logo, as well as the Navigation (top menu) area.
- From the Layout section, you can set the Logo Image Height, Navigation Link Spacing, Header Position (choose if you want a static menu or a fixed one that stays visible while you scroll), Header Width (Full Browser or Container Width) and Header Sides Spacing.
- The Colors section allows you to change the Navigation Links Color, the Links Active Color, the Header Background color, and more.
- From the Fonts section, you can set the font settings (font family, weight, subset, size, letter spacing and text transform) for the Navigation Text.
The Main Content section represents the spotlight of the website and it highlights your content from the blog post pages.
- The Layout area allows you to change the Content Width, Content Sides Spacing, Container Sides Spacing, Site Border Width, etc.
- From the Colors area, you can set the Page Title Color, Body Text Color, Body Link Color, Headings Color (H1→H6), and more.
- On the Fonts tab, you can change the Page Title Font, Body Text Font, Quote Block Font, and Headings Fonts (H1→H6).
Blog Grid Items
The main page of your website is the blog post archive. This showcases the articles from your website in a fashionable manner, and helps you grab the right type of attention.
Before we dive in, there’s one thing we need to clarify: item(s) in all the mentions below refers to your blog post(s) (e.g., items per row translates into blog posts per row).
Let’s got through each section and see what customization options you have available:
- On the Layout section, you can adjust the Blog Grid Max Width and Container Sides Spacing. Plus, you can customize how the items look by changing options like the Grid Layout, Items Aspect Ratio, Items per Row and their spacing, Items Title Position, Primary and Secondary Meta Sections, and more.
- From the Colors tab, you can set the Item Title Color, Primary and Secondary Meta Color, and colors for thumbnail background. There’s also an option to change the background opacity on mouse hover.
- The Fonts area you can change the Item Title and Meta.
Portfolio Grid Items
This section helps you customize the look and feel for the projects you want to showcase on your website. Every option you see is very similar to those you find in the Blog Grid Items, but this time they will apply to your projects and not your blog posts.
Before we dive in, there are a few terminologies we need to clarify:
- Item(s) in all the mentions below refers to your project(s) as in items per row translates into projects per row;
- Meta referrers to the project types and tags that you attributed to a certain project;
- The excerpt is a short piece of text extracted from your project’s description.
Now let’s take each section one by one and see what customizations are available:
- In the Layout section, you can adjust the max-width of the portfolio area and the space separating the site content and the browser’s sides. Next, you can customize how your projects look by changing options like the Grid Layout, Items per Row, Items Title Position, Alignment, and Visibility.
- From the Colors tab, you can set the Item Title Color, Primary and Secondary Meta Color, and colors for the thumbnail background. There’s also an option to change the background opacity on mouse hover.
- In the Fonts area, you can change the Item Title and Meta Font.
The last, but not least section of a website is the Footer. Here you can display copyright text and much more than that.
- The Layout section allows you to set the Copyright Text, Top Spacing, Bottom Spacing, and Hide Back To Top Link. Plus, you can select how the footer widgets are stacked.
- From the Colors area, you can change the text and links color, and the Footer Background.
Site Title & Logo
Naming your website is an important part of the customization process. By going to the Site Identity section, you can change the Site Title, Tagline, Logo, and more.
Add custom CSS code
You have the ability to insert your own custom CSS code straight into the Customizer and get a live preview of it. Go to Appearance → Customize → Additional CSS and add your custom code.