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WordPress-Specific Features

All of these features can be toggled on or off in the keel_developer_options() function in functions.php. Most are off by default.


Image Galleries

Create beautiful, mosaic image galleries using the [gallery] shortcode, or the built-in gallery feature in the WordPress editor. Theme users can disable this capability under Media > Photo Galleries in the Dashboard.


Heros

Underneath the content section is a Page Hero section. Add your hero content there. In addition to text, you can also add an image or video.

To apply a background image to the hero, use the Featured Image section in the sidebar. If text is hard to read on the background image, check the box to add a Background Image Overlay.


Custom Logos

From the WordPress Dashboard, visit Appearance > Customize, and select Logo. Click Select Image, and upload your preferred logo image. Click Save & Publish at the top of the page when you’re done.


Add bold calls to action in your content with the shortcode:

[button link="#create-a-button-link" label="Click Me"]

To make a button extra large, also include the size attribute with the value large:

[button link="#create-a-button-link" label="Large Click Me" size="large"]

Custom Layouts

A special meta box on pages lets you customize the width of the page.

default is the narrow, content-focused page width (40em). wide sets the page content to the same width as the header and footer (80em).

diy removes all padding from the body content and gives you complete control. This is useful when you want to include full-bleed content sections.

You can also hide the page h1 header by checking the Hide Page Header checkbox.


Disable Comments

From the Dashboard, visit Posts > Post Options, and click Disable comments on all blog posts. Click Save at the bottom of the page when you’re done.


Blog Post Calls-to-Action

From the Dashboard, visit Posts > Post Options, and add your content. Click Save at the bottom of the page when you’re done.


Theme Support

Provide your theme users with in-theme support information. This adds a page under Appearance > Theme Support in the Dashboard. Add your content in the keel-theme-support.php template under Includes > keel-options.php.


Helper Methods

There are a numerous helper functions in the functions.php file. There are too many to list and document here, but they’re all documented using the PHPDoc format.