Managing the Projects System

We strive to keep things simple and flexible. This is why we used the same much-applauded system of managing content and parallax sections using hierarchical projects. This logic is very similar to the one used for pages, which means you can use projects and child projects to create the layout you desire. Let’s take the […]

How to make parallax sections fixed?

There is a project called Modern Flat on our demo, which behaves a little different from the others. As shown in the below GIF animations, the parallax sections are fixed and overlap each other. How to get the Parallax Sections to stay Fixed There is a global option to set the parallax movement speed found in Admin Panel → Appearance → Customizer → Layout Elements → Content → Parallax Movement Speed. […]

Managing Project Fields info using PixFields

We live in a world full of information, and we highly need landmarks to get things done without losing too much time or energy. Moreover, it’s a huge part of what defines a digital experience. This article will walk you through how you can easily customize the project fields that will help your visitors get […]

Creating the About Page

The About page is the hotspot of your website. No matter how great your work is or how many clients you list in your portfolio area, people do business with folks with similar values. In other words, how you choose to present yourself says something about how you are and can impact the way you […]

Creating the Portfolio Archive Page

The Portfolio Archive page is something you want to focus on when it comes to showcasing your work. This part of the website helps you gorgeously display the projects you’ve worked on, rendered in a grid-based layout. This article will walk you through the steps you need to follow to create a consistent Portfolio Archive […]

WOWing your customers

Nowadays, customer support means so much more than finding solutions to specific problems.

Using the Custom CSS Editor

If you aim for achieving more regarding the look-and-feel of your website, then play around with the options from the Customizer. There are plenty of them. However, if you are looking to make some specific styling changes concerning the colors, fonts, or spaces, the best option would be to use the Custom CSS Editor. All you […]

Using a Child Theme

Besides the colors, fonts, and spacing options, we know that at a certain point, you will like to dig deeper and make progressive changes that include HTML, JavaScript, or PHP code. The best way to make them happen while preserving the custom code changed from being overwritten the next time your theme is updated is through […]