I found using GeneratePress Documentation confusing at first. But. It’s easy once you understand how it works. GeneratePress has excellent technical support. But the quickest way to find the instructions and information you need is to use the online help and documentation.
This is how I use GeneratePress documentation
First I find a module I want to use by browsing the page that shows the premium modules.
In this case I’m interested in using the blog module. So I click the button to view the blog module video. All of the videos are short, so it doesn’t take long to get a good idea of what your chosen module does.
After watching the video I go to the Pro Modules page on the documentation site.
Usually I can find the information I need in the pro modules tab. If not I click to the customization tab.
At first I found it difficult to find the help pages I needed when building my site. But with a bit of trial end error I learned how to drill down to instructions I need in just a few seconds.
Here are some settings you might want to learn more about on the GeneratePress support site.
By drilling down using the links, I can find things faster than using the search box.
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Add background images and options throughout your site elements.
Replace the copyright message at the bottom of your site.
Dynamic page heros, an advanced hook system and custom theme layouts.
Add more color, typography and layout options to your WooCommerce store.
Sticky navigation, off canvas navigation, mobile header and more!
Our own tiny page builder. Break out of the content area with Sections.
Import & export your theme options with only a couple clicks.
Control the sizes, padding & margin of your site elements.
Featured image controls, columns & masonry, infinite scroll & more.
Add a second navigation with all the same options as the primary navigation.
Turn off various theme elements on specific pages throughout your site.
Don’t forget, if all else fails, the support guys know much more about GeneratePress than you or I do. And they’re more than happy to help.
If you’re still stuck, use the tech support page…