Customizer Settings in GeneratePress

The customizer holds many of the most useful settings in GeneratePress. Go to: Dashboard > Appearance > Customize > Layout. Make sure you've selected the layout tab! You'll then see ten sub tabs. This category explains how those sub tabs work.

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More Controls Customizer Tab

Many of the design and layout settings for your GeneratePress website are in the customizer. But if we take the header section of your website, for instance. The header settings are spread out under four different “More Controls” tabs in the customizer. Your logo and tagline display in the header section of your website. More … Read more

Blog Settings in GeneratePress

GeneratePress blog settings give you all the customization options mot small business websites need. You find the blog settings by going to … Dashboard > Appearance > Customize > Layout > Blog The settings are divided in to three main sections… content featured images columns Content There are two tabs in the blog content settings. … Read more

Sticky Navigation Options in GeneratePress

See the sticky navigation options on the GeneratePress documentation site. Customize > Layout > Sticky Navigation First, enable sticky navigation Choose fade, slide or none Hide the sticky navbar when scrolling down This logo only displays when the navbar is sticky Adjust the height of the sticky navbar Sticky Navigation bar displays when the reader … Read more

Sidebar Settings in GeneratePress

The sidebar settings in GeneratePress enable you to show or hide sidebars on posts, pages and archive pages. Archive pages include the blog listing page, category listing pages and tag listing pages. You can have one sidebar on the left or right. Two sidebars plus the content area. Or no sidebars. The no sidebar layout … Read more

Container Settings in GeneratePress

These Generate Press container settings apply to ordinary blog posts and web pages. The container settings affect widths, spacing and background color. These are NOT GenerateBlocks settings. Container Width You can set the container width, this affects how wide the content area of your pages and posts will be. Separating Space If you’re using separate … Read more