A Sample Post with Comments

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A Sample Post with Comments

Style Guide

Heading One H1 Heading Two H2 Heading Three H3 Heading Four H4 Heading Five H5 Heading Six H6 Font: Muli Vernon Adams practiced typeface design from 2007 to 2014. A lifelong artist, during this time he eagerly explored designing type for the cloud-based era. His work spans all genres, from
Style Guide

How to change the Custom Colors

Changing Volumes Colors are mainly done via the Theme Customizer. There are a few that are controlled by CSS. The rules for them are found in the Customizer > Additional CSS. They have been placed together at the top of the stack for easy access: Link accents Styling for Category
How to change the Custom Colors

Page and Post Heroes

The Page & Post Heros are built using GP’s Header Element. Learn more about the Header Element Common Page Hero Settings Element Classes:? overlay This applies a Custom CSS Inner Box Shadow overlay to improve contrast on the site header / navigation. Container: Full Width Inner Container: Contained Padding: Top:
Page and Post Heroes

Hooks – Custom Theme Elements

Volume uses multiple Hooks to create the Custom Elements in the site. All of them provide dynamic output and should not require any changes to their content. Learn more about the Hook Element Slide Out Header Special effects for the GP Slide Out Navigation This hook adds a ‘header’ to
Hooks – Custom Theme Elements

A guide to styling and making Volume your own

Volume is a blank canvas for your new website. There is no pre-built content or plugins. And no Page Builder. Just a series of posts that explaining the different features and how they work. Each of Volumes features has been designed and built using GeneratePress Elements and CSS. At over
A guide to styling and making Volume your own