Welcome to Moose

Creative Multi-Purpose Theme


Welcome to Moose - Creative Multi-Purpose Theme

Installing Moose

After having downloaded the installation file from ThemeForest, extract it and locate the file named moose.zip. You can then install the Moose theme using one of the two following installation methods:

  1. WordPress upload - For most users, this is probably the simplest installation method. To install the Moose theme using this method, please follow these steps:
    1. Login to WordPress admin
    2. Go to admin panel > Appearance > Themes > Add New > Upload Theme
    3. Click on "Choose File" and select moose.zip
    4. Click on "Install Now"
  2. FTP upload - If you would like to install the Moose theme via FTP, please follow these steps:
    1. Using an FTP client, login to the server where your WordPress website is hosted
    2. Using an FTP client, navigate to the /wp-content/themes/ directory under your WordPress website's root directory
    3. Using an FTP client, upload the Moose directory to the themes directory on remote server

Once the installation is complete, your Moose theme will be ready for use. Now all you need to do is navigate to admin panel > Appearance > Themes and activate Moose. After you have done this, you should see “Elated Options” appear in the WordPress admin panel.

You should also see a notification at the top of the screen that required plugins need to be installed. Please install and activate all of the required plugins, since they are necessary for the theme to function properly.

Important Note 

Make sure to install the "Elated CPT" plugin, since this plugin is of critical importance for proper theme functioning. This plugin includes the custom post types that come with the theme (Portfolio, Testimonials, Elated Slider, Elated Carousel), and without this plugin you will not be able to create any of these custom post types or the elements in the theme that require them. You also need to install and activate the "Elated Twitter Feed" plugin in order to enable the twitter feed widget functionality.

Great - you can now start building your site!

If writing permissions aren't set for folders containing CSS and JS files on your server, you will see a warning message at the top of the theme options page. In order to remove that message, you need to change permissions for the wp-content/themes/moose/css and wp-content/themes/moose/js folders and set them to 755. We recommend setting writing permissions in order to optimize your site performance. If you have any issues with this, please contact your hosting service provider. Alternatively, you can submit a ticket to http://elated.ticksy.com/ with FTP access for your site, and we will take a look at it.

Importing Demo Content

With the Moose theme, you have the option to either start building your site from scratch, or choosing to import one of our demo sites to use as a starting point, and modifying it to suit your needs. In this section we will explain how to do the latter:

Moose comes with a one-click import module. To import one of our demo sites, please follow these steps:

  1. Login to WordPress admin
  2. Go into admin panel > Elated Options > Elated Import

  3. From the “Demo Site” dropdown menu, choose the demo site that you would like to import
  4. From the "Import Type" dropdown menu on the right, choose what type of content you'd like to import:
    • All - imports pages, content, widgets, and settings. We recommend this for users who would like to import a demo site exactly as it appears on our live demo.
    • Content - imports only pages and their content. This option is recommended for users who would like to see how we've created our page layouts, but who want to keep their own settings in Elated Options.
    • Widgets - imports only widgets. This option is recommended for users who would only like to populate the theme’s widget areas with the widgets from their chosen demo. No other content is imported.
    • Options - imports settings in Elated Options only. This option is recommended for users who would like to achieve the same look and feel of their chosen demo site, but do not want to import any additional content.
  5. If you also wish to import media files (images, videos, sounds), make sure to check the "Import attachments" checkbox.
    Please note that the images we use are copyrighted, and if you'd like to publish them on your site, you would need to purchase them separately. We bought most of our images on Shutterstock.
  6. Click on the "Import" button and wait for the import process to finish.

If you would like to import the LayerSlider demo slider, you need to locate the 'xml export' folder in the previously downloaded package from ThemeForest. Inside, you'll find the LayerSlider_Export.zip file. Next, go to LayerSlider from the WordPress admin panel and upload this file under the Import section.

Installing Woocommerce

If you plan on building an online shop with Moose, please read the WooCommerce section of this user guide before installing the demo content.

Updating Moose

You can update your theme by performing the following steps:

  1. Download the latest theme zip file from ThemeForest
  2. Extract it and locate moose.zip
  3. Extract moose.zip and locate the 'moose' folder
  4. Copy/Replace the contents of the 'moose' folder to the /wp-content/themes/moose folder of your web site.

Important F.A.Q.

1. Why can't I save my menu?

WordPress by default has a limited number of menu items. When you import our demo site, which contains a lot of menu items, you might not be able to save changes you make to a menu. You can fix this problem by contacting your hosting and asking them to add the following lines to php.ini file:

suhosin.post.max_vars = 5000
suhosin.request.max_vars = 5000
2. Why is there a smiley displayed on blank pages?

This problem is most likely related to JetPack and memory settings of your hosting. You can either disable JetPack or read what the JetPack developer wrote: Regarding the memory limit, please refer to the WordPress Codex section concerning this problem. Some sites that load many plugins alongside WordPress ultimately require a higher memory limit than WordPress defaults to, but since this is limited to specific hosts and configurations, it must be dealt with on an individual basis. You'll find the Codex article at: http://codex.wordpress.org/Common_WordPress_Errors#Allowed_memory_size_exhausted

3. How do I optimize my site?

Please use this tool to investigate reasons for slow loading: https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/?hl=en

4. How to translate or rename default theme labels?

You can use the Codestyling localization plugin (http://wordpress.org/plugins/codestyling-localization/) to translate/rename all the theme's labels. Another solution is to edit the theme folder/languages/en_US.po file directly in editor and manually edit labels you want to translate.

5. Why do I see a white screen when importing demo content?

If you get a white screen or some other error when trying to import our demo content, this probably happens because of the maximum execution time limit. You need to increase the maximum execution time (upload time) setting of your web server. The default maximum execution time on web servers is 30 seconds. Please increase it to 120 seconds. Possible ways of achieving this are:

Ask your hosting provider to take care of this for you.

Once you've installed Moose, you can start building your site.

Setting Up the Header

One of the first things you might want to do after you have installed and activated your Moose theme is to set up your header area. The header contains the logo, menu, search bar, side area icon, and other optional widgets.

 

To set up your header, go to Elated Options > Header from the admin panel. The settings you define here will be the default settings for all pages on your site. If you need any help understanding any of these options, please refer to the Elated Options section of this user guide.

 

Some options, such as the header skin and background color, can be overridden on a page to page basis from a page’s backend. For more information on how local page settings work, please refer to the Pages section of this user guide.

To add your logo to the header, go to Elated Options > Logo from the admin panel and click the upload button next to the “Logo Image – Normal” field. After you upload your image and save the options, you should have a visible logo in your header area.

Menu Creation

To create a new menu, go to Appearance > Menus from the admin panel and click on “Create a new menu”. Enter a name for your new menu and then click “Create Menu”.

Every page that you have created will be listed in the section on the left named “Pages”. Simply check the ones that you would like to add to your menu and click the “Add to Menu” button. Once you have added pages to your menu, you can click and drag the menu items to rearrange them, or nest them one underneath the other.

In the “Menu Settings” section (which is located underneath the “Menu Structure” section), check the checkbox next to “Top Navigation” and click “Save Menu”. This will activate the menu you have just created, and you should now see a functional menu in your header.

Footer

To set up your footer, go to Elated Options > Footer from the admin panel.

The settings you define here will be the default settings for all pages on your site. If you would like both the top and bottom footer areas to be displayed, make sure that both the "Show Footer Top" and "Show Footer Bottom" options are enabled. If you need any help understanding any of these options, please refer to the Elated Options section of this user guide.

Content is added to your footer via widgets. Go to Appearance > Widgets from the admin panel. On the right side of your page you will see the widget areas for your footer. The widget areas for the top footer are named Footer Column 1Footer Column 2Footer Column 3, and Footer Column 4. On the left side of the Widgets page you will see the available widgets. To add a widget to one of the Footer widget areas, simply drag the desired widget to one of the Footer Column widget areas on the right.

To add content to the bottom footer, simply add widgets to the Footer Text widget area, or the Footer Bottom Left and Footer Bottom Right widget areas.

General Look and Feel

Now let’s set up the general look and feel of your site. If you have imported a demo site and would like to keep its general look and feel, then you do not need to do anything else. Otherwise, go to Elated Options > General and in the Font Family field set a default font family for your site. Next, in First Main Color, set a default main color for your site.

Now that you have set up the basic elements for your site, you’re ready to start building your pages.

Building Pages

To create a new page, go to Pages > Add New from the admin panel. In the text field near the top of the screen enter a title for your page. After you have added a title, choose the “Full width” template from the section on the right named "Page Attributes". This will allow you to add sections to your page that span across the whole width of the screen.

In the bottom section of your screen are local page settings. Any settings that you define here will override the global settings set in "Elated Options". It is generally considered good practice to set up the look and feel of your site on a global level, and override the settings when necessary on a local level. This will save you a lot of time, unlike if you were to set up every page separately.

To start adding elements to your page, first make sure that you are in the backend editor. If the blue button on the top left says BACKEND EDITOR, click on it to enable the Visual Composer page builder view. Once you’re in the Visual Composer view, the blue button will say CLASSIC MODE. You can now click on “Add element” to start adding elements to your page. You can learn more about elements in the Custom Shortcodes section of this user guide.

Please note that the Frontend view for Visual Composer has been intentionally disabled since some of the added custom shortcodes require page reload because of script calculations, and due to this do not appear on the page while building with the Frontend view. The Frontend view can be used, however while building your page some elements might not display properly until you refresh the page. If you would like to use the Frontend view, you can enable it by going to Appearance > Editor, opening the extend-vc.php file and finding the following piece of code  if(function_exists('vc_disable_frontend')){vc_disable_frontend();} and either removing or commenting it out. To disable the Frontend view again you just need to uncomment or return this code.

Finally, click the "Publish" button in the upper right section of the page. (If you made some changes on already published page, "Update" button will appear.)

Blog Posts

To create a new blog post, go to Posts > Add New from the admin panel.

  1. Enter a title for your post in the text field near the top of the screen.
  2. On theright side of your screen, in the section called "Format", choose a format for your blog post.

Let’s take a look at the possible options:

Now it's time to categorize this post.
  1. Beneath the "Format" section you will see a section named "Categories". Here you can select the categories that you would like to add this post to. If you would like to create a new category, click on the “+ Add New Category” link. A text field will appear in which you can enter a category name, and then click “Add New Category”.
  2. Once you've checked the categories you would like to add your post to, click the “Publish” button.
  3. Beneath the "Categories" section you will see the "Tags" and "Featured Image" sections. Here you can add tags to your post and set a featured image to be displayed for this post on blog list pages.

Now that we have published our first blog post, let’s go over the available custom fields for blog posts.

Note that most of them are the same custom fields you'll find when creating standard pages.
Elated General

Elated Post Size
Elated Side Menu Area
Elated Footer
Elated Header
Elated Title

Elated Title Animations

In this section you can define animations for your page title area and all the separate elements of the title area.

Elated Content Bottom

Elated Sidebar 

Blog Lists

You can choose the way your Blog List will show to visitors.

In the page's backend, find the dropdown list "Templates" on the right and choose from one of the following options:

Date Format

If you wish to change the date format on blog posts, go to admin panel > Settings > General > Date Format and select your format of choice.

You can access Elated Options from the WordPress admin panel. The settings found here are applied globally and will affect all pages of the site. However, note that many of these options can be overridden locally by applying settings on individual pages or on shortcode elements.

General

This section allows you to set up general settings for your site that will affect its look and functionality.

Design Style
Settings
We recommend you upload a 16x16 pixel "ico" file format.
Custom Code
SEO
Maintenance Mode

The logos displayed on your page are limited in size by header height. 
 
To make your logos retina ready, upload ones that are twice as high as the header. For example, a header of 90 pixels in height would require a logo that's 180 pixels high. This principle applies to all logos you upload.
  • Show Logo – Choose whether you would like to display a logo on your site or not.
    • Logo Image - Normal  This logo is used when no header skin is chosen. We recommend not choosing a header skin in cases where you want to fully customize the header with your own colors. You might want to decide on the look of your header before choosing a logo to upload here.
    • Logo Image - Light  This logo is used when "Light" header skin is chosen. A Light header skin has white navigation text and is typically used on dark header backgrounds. A lightly colored logo is appropriate here, in order to be clearly visible on such backgrounds. For more information on header skins, please refer to the Elated Options > Header section of this user guide.
    • Logo Image - Dark  This logo is used when "Dark" header skin is chosen. A Dark header skin has black navigation text and is typically used on light header backgrounds. A darkly colored logo is appropriate here, in order to be clearly visible on such backgrounds. For more information on header skins, please refer to the Elated Options > Header section of this user guide.
    • Logo Image - Sticky Header  This applies when you're using the Sticky or Sticky Expanded header type. It's the logo viewers see once they scroll down and the sticky section appears. It's typically a smaller version of the original logo.
    • Logo Image - Fixed Advanced Header  This applies when using the Fixed Advanced header type. This is the logo viewers see once they scroll down and the fixed section appears. It's typically a smaller version of the original logo.
    • Logo Image - Mobile Header - This logo is used in your mobile header (on screens under 1000px in width).
    • Logo Image - Side Menu Area Bottom   This logo is displayed at the bottom of the side menu area for the “initially hidden” side menu area type.
    • Logo Image - Content Menu  - This logo is displayed in the Content Menu. To make sure that the logo will be displayed in the Content Menu, please make sure that in your Content Menu row settings the "Show Logo" checkbox has been selected. If you don't upload a separate logo for the Content Menu and select the "Show Logo" checkbox, then the logo that you have uploaded to the Logo Image - Normal field will be displayed insted.

Header

This section allows you to set up the header area. The first choice to make is whether you'd like to have a top menu or left menu navigation. You can then optionally enable a side area, search bar, header top area, and/or fullscreen menu. Each of these can be further customized with text styles, colors, and content alignment.

Also, each hierarchy level in menus can separately be customized. For example, if a menu contains About > Our Team > John Doe, then About is considered a 1st level, Our Team a 2nd level, and John Doe a 3rd level menu item.

Header Type
  • Choose Header Type – Choose the type of header your would like to use. Please note that you will get a different set of options for each header type, which we will list below the following section.

Options for "Top" Header Type

  • Header in Grid – Choose whether you would like the header contents to be in grid or to span the full width of the screen.
  • Header Type – Choose the type for your top header. You can choose from the following header types:
    • Regular - This is a standard header that stays on top of the page. When viewers scroll down, it goes out of view. By default, the logo is aligned left, and the navigation text is aligned right. This is a good choice if you want a simple look for your site.
    • Fixed - This header stays fixed on top of the page when viewers scroll. By default, the logo is aligned left and the navigation text is aligned right. This is a good choice if you want your viewers to have access to top navigation at all times.
    • Fixed Minimal - This header stays fixed on top of the page when viewers scroll. The logo is displayed in the center, the full screen menu icon to the left, and the search icon to the right (please note that when using this header only the fullscreen menu is available, and both the fullscreen menu and the search need to be turned on in Elated Options > Header). When this header is enabled, the Header Bottom Right Widget Area and Side Area are disabled and can't be used. This header is a good choice if you want a minimalistic header.
    • Fixed Advanced - This header stays fixed on top of the page when viewers scroll. But unlike the Fixed header, only the logo is visible after scroll. The menu is hidden and appears on hover. By default, the logo is above the navigation text and both elements are centered. This is a good choice for sites with a grid layout.
    • Fixed Header Top - Only the Header Top stays fixed to the top of the page when users scroll. The logo is displayed in the Header Bottom in center position, while the menu is displayed in the Header Top, along with the Search and Side Area buttons. There is also a Header Bottom Center widget area which displays its content beneath the logo. The Full Screen Menu is disabled when this header type is chosen, and only the "Search Covers Header" search type is available. This header is a good choice if you would like viewers to only have access to the site navigation when they scroll, without a logo and widgets being displayed around it. It can also be used if you would like a fixed menu on mobile devices.   
    • Sticky - This header is initially on top of the page and goes out of view when the viewers scroll. It then reappears and stays sticky on top after a certain amount of scroll. By default, the logo is aligned left and the navigation text is aligned right. This is similar to the fixed header, and is a good choice if you have content at the top of your pages which you don't want to obstruct by a fixed header.
    • Sticky Expanded - The difference between this header type and the Sticky header type is that here, the logo is above navigation text and both elements are aligned left by default. When the sticky header appears, the logo is aligned left and navigation text is aligned right. Since this was a common layout in the earlier days of web design, this is a good choice if you want an old-school look.
    • Sticky Divided - The difference between this header type and the Sticky header type is that here, the logo is centrally positioned and has menu navigation text on both sides of it. When the sticky header appears, the logo is gone and only the menu stays sticky on top. This is a good choice for sites that have layout in grid.
    • Sticky Compound - This version of the sticky header displays the Logo to the left  and the main menu and the Header Bottom Right widget area to the right of the header. The Header Bottom Right widget area is displayed above the main menu, giving the impression that both a top and bottom header have been incorporated into one header. 
  • Scroll Amount - This option applies to the Fixed Advanced header type. Set the amount of scroll (in pixels) for the menu to hide.
  • Scroll Amount for Sticky - This option applies to the sticky header types. Set the amount of scroll (in pixels) after which the sticky header will appear.
  • Hide Header Initially - Set this option to "Yes"  to initially hide the header when it is set to one of the Sticky header types. If you set this option to "Yes" the header will only be displayed after the user scrolls down the page.
  • Menu Items Position - This option applies to the Sticky Divided header type. Choose whether you would like the menu items to start from center of screen and extend outwards, or from the edges of the grid and extend inward.
  • Position Widgets on Edges of Grid - Set thi option to "Yes" to position header bottom widgets to the left/right edges of the header grid. This option is only available when using the "Sticky Divided" header type.
  • Menu Vertical Alignment - Set a vertical alignemnt for the menu when the header is set to "Sticky Divided".
    • Menu Bottom Offset - Enter the ammount of pixels you would like to move the menu from the bottom edge of the header upwards, when "Menu Vertical Alignment" is set to "Bottom".
  • Menu Position – Choose a position for your menu (the default position is aligned to the right).
  • Center Logo – Select whether you would like your logo to be centered in the header or not.
    • Place Search and Side Area Icons to Separate Sides of Header - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like the side area icon to be set to the right side of the header and the search icon to be set to the left side of the header. This option is available when "Center Logo" is set to "Yes", or when using the Fixed Advanced header.
    • Enable Top/Bottom Border in Menu – Select whether you would like to have a top / bottom border around your menu.
    • Border Color – Set the border color for the menu border.
  • Disable Text Shadow For Scrolled Header – Choose "Yes" to disable a dropdown shadow on the scrolled header for sticky and fixed header types.
  • Enable Border For Scrolled Header - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable a border on the header when scrolled.
    • Border Style - Define a style for the border on the header when scrolled.
  • Header Height – Set header height in pixels. You can set separate heights for the Initial header (before scroll), and for the header After Scroll.
    • Header Left Padding – Set left padding amount for header bottom (default value is 45px).
    • Header Right Padding – Set right padding amount for header bottom (default value is 45px).
  • Header Skin - Choose a predefined header style to be applied. "Light" displays white navigation text and the "Light" logo, while "Dark" displays black navigation text and the "Dark" logo. If you want to set a custom color to navigation links and use the default logo, leave this field empty.

Note: To manage logos, see Elated Options > Logo.

  • Enable Header Style on Scroll – You can enable this option if you would like your header style (light/dark) to change, depending on the current row in your content that the header is located over. You can set what style you would like your header to be in the row options on the page itself (you can find out more about row options in the Custom Shortcodes section of this user guide, under Row).
  • Header Background Color – Set a background color for your header. You can set separate background colors for the Initial header (before scroll), and for the header After Scroll.
  • Header Transparency – Set the transparency for your header (from 0 to 1; 0 being completely transparent and 1 being opaque). You can set separate transparency values for the Initial header (before scroll), and for the header After Scroll.
  • Header Background Pattern - Upload a background pattern for the header. You can set a separate header background pattern for the initial header and for the header after scroll. 
  • Header Grid Content Background Color - Set a background color for the in grid header content area.
  • Header Grid Content Transparency - Set a transparency for the in grid header content area.
  • Header in Grid Padding  - Set left and right padding for the header when set to "In grid".
  • Enable Header Top Border – Choose “Yes” to enable a top border for your header.
    • Header Top Border Width (px) – Set the width of your header top border (in pixels).
    • Header Top Border Color – Set a color for your header top border.
    • Header Top Border Transparency – Set a transparency for your header top border (from 0 to 1; 0 being completely transparent, and 1 being opaque).
  • Enable Header Bottom Border – Choose “Yes” to enable a bottom border for your header.
    • Header Bottom Border Width (px) – Set the width of your header bottom border (in pixels).
    • Header Bottom Border Color – Set a color for your header bottom border.
    • Header Bottom Border Transparency – Set a transparency for your header bottom border (from 0 to 1; 0 being completely transparent, and 1 being opaque).
    • Enable Header Bottom Border in Grid – Set this option to “Yes” if you would like the header bottom border to be displayed within the grid.
Top Menu
  • Icon Position in 1st Level Menu - Set a position for the icon (if set) in the first level menu.
    • Icon Size (px) – If the Icon position is set to “Top” you can input an icon size.
  • Item Height in 1st Level Menu – Choose between “Big” and “Small” item height.
  • Enable 1st Level Menu Item Borders – Select “Yes” if you would like your 1st level menu items to have borders.
    • Menu Item Border Style – Here you can set what borders you would like to be visible around your menu items.
    • Border Width – Set a width for your menu item borders.
    • Border Radius – Set a border radius for your menu item borders.
    • Border Style – Choose between solid, dotted, or dashed border style. 
    • Border Color – Set a color, hover color, and active color for your menu item borders.
  • Enable 1st Level Menu Item Separators – Select “Yes” if you would like your 1st level menu items to display separators.
    • Menu Item Separators Style – Set the color for your separators.
  • Enable 1st Level Menu Item Text Decoration – Select “Yes” if you would like to enable text decoration for your 1st level menu items.
    • Hover Item Text Decoration – Set the text decoration for 1st level menu items on hover.
    • Active Item Text Decoration – Set the text decoration for active 1st level menu items.
  • Main Dropdown Menu – Set a background color, transparency and separator colors for the main dropdown menu.
  • Main Dropdown Menu Padding – Set top and bottom padding for your main dropdown menu.
  • Main Dropdown Menu Appearance – Set the appearance method for the dropdown menu.
  • Dropdown position – Set a top position for the dropdown menu (in percentages, in relation to header height).
  • Enable Arrow Icon for Dropdown Menu - Set this option to "Yes" to display an arrow beside your first level menu items, to indicate that a second level dropdown menu exists.
  • Enable Dropdown Top Separator – Set this option to “Yes” if you would like to enable a separator for your 2nd level menu items.
    • Dropdown Top Separator Color – Choose a color for the separator in the dropdown menu.
  • Enable Dropdown Menu Border – Set this option to “Yes” if you would like to display a border around the dropdown menu.
    • Dropdown Border Color – Set a color for the border of your dropdown menu.
  • Enable Full Width Dropdown for Wide Dropdown Type - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable a full width dropdown menu for the "Wide" dropdown type. This option only takes effect if you haven't set a "Wide menu position" for your wide dropdown menu (it has to stay at the default empty setting).
  • Set Background Image For Wide Dropdown Type - Set a background image for the wide dropdown menu.
  • Wide Main Dropdown Menu Padding - Set paddings for the wide dropdown menu.
Elated Search

  • Enable Elated Search Bar – Select "Yes" if you would like to enable the Elated Search functionality.
    • Elated Search Type – Choose a predefined types of search bar.
      • Search Bar Height – Set a height for your search bar.
      • Fullscreen Search Overlay Animation - Choose an animation type for the fullscreen search.
      • Cover Only Header Bottom - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like the search bar to cover only the Header Bottom.
    • Search Icon Pack - Choose an icon pack for the search icon.
  • Search in Header Top - Set this option to "Yes" to move the search to the header top.
Initial Search Icon in Header
  • Initial Search Icon - Define styles for the search icon in the header:
    • Icon Size - Set a size for the search icon in the header.
  • Icon Background Style - Define the style of the search icon's background.
    • Background Color - Set a background color for the search icon.
    • Background Hover Color - Set a backgorund hover color for the search icon.
    • Icon Background Full Height - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like the icon background to cover the full height of the header.
  • Enable Search Icon Text - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like the text "Search" to appear next to the search icon.
    • Search Icon Text - Define styles for the "Search" text.
  • Icon Spacing  - Define paddings and margins for the search icon.
Elated Search Bar
  • Background Color – Set a background color for your search bar.
  • Search Input Text – Define styles for the search text:
    • Text Color – Set a color for the text you type into your search bar.
    • Disabled Text Color – Set a text color for the text in your search bar when inactive.
    • Font Size (px) – Set a font size for your search bar text.
    • Text Transform – Set a text transform style for the text in your search bar.
    • Font Family – Choose a font family for the text in your search bar.
    • Font Style – You can choose between “normal” and “italic”.
    • Font Weight – Set a font weight for the text in your search bar.
    • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing for the text in your search bar.
  • Search Label Text – Define styles for the search text:
    • Text Color – Set a color for the text you type into your search bar.
    • Font Size (px) – Set a font size for your search bar text.
    • Text Transform – Set a text transform style for the text in your search bar.
    • Font Family – Choose a font family for the text in your search bar.
    • Font Style – You can choose between “normal” and “italic”.
    • Font Weight – Set a font weight for the text in your search bar.
    • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing for the text in your search bar.
  • Search Icon – Define styles for icons in the search bar when it is open:
    • Icon Color – Set a color for the icons in the search bar.
    • Icon Hover Color  - Set a hover color for the icons in the search bar.
    • Icon Disabled Color - Set a color for the search icon when inactive.
    • Icon Size - Set a size for the icons in the search bar.
  • Search Close - Define styles for the Search Close icon (for Fullscreen type search only).
  • Search Bottom Border - Define styles for the search bottom border (for Fullscreen type search only).
Side Area

  • Enable Side Area – Set to “Yes” if you would like to use the side area, which is opened from the main navigation.
    • Side Area Type – Choose the type of side area you would like to use.
      • Side Area Width – Set a width for the side area (available only when using “Slide from right over content” side area type).
      • Content Overlay Background Color – Set background color for the content overlay when side area is active (available only when using “Slide from right over content” side area type).
      • Content Overlay Background Transparency – Set a transparency for the content overlay background color (available only when using “Slide from right over content” side area type).
    • Side Area Icon Spacing  - Define paddings and margins for the side area icon.
    • Icon Border - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like a border around the side area icon.
      • Border Style - Define styles for the side area icon border.
    • Text Alignment – Set the text alignment for the side area.
    • Side Area Title – Input a title for the side area.
    • Background Color – Set a background color for the side area.
    • Padding – Set side area padding. 
    • Close Icon Style – Select either “Light” or “Dark” style for the close icon.
    • Title – Set text styles for the side area title.
      • Text Color – Set the text color.
      • Font Size (px) – Set the font size.
      • Line Height (px) – Set the line height.
      • Text Transform – Choose a text transform style.
      • Font Family – Set a font family.
      • Font Style – Choose between “normal” and “italic” font styles.
      • Font Weight – Set a font weight.
      • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing.
    • Text - Set text styles for the side area text:
      • Text Color – Set the text color.
      • Font Size (px) – Set the font size.
      • Line Height (px) – Set the line height.
      • Text Transform – Choose a text transform style.
      • Font Family – Set a font family.
      • Font Style – Choose between “normal” and “italic” font styles.
      • Font Weight – Set a font weight.
      • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing.
    • Link Style – Set text styles for the links in the side area:
      • Text Color – Set the text color.
      • Font Size (px) – Set the font size.
      • Line Height (px) – Set the line height.
      • Text Transform – Choose a text transform style.
      • Font Family – Set a font family.
      • Font Style – Choose between “normal” and “italic” font styles.
      • Font Weight – Set a font weight.
      • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing.
      • Hover Color – Set a hover color.
  • Border Bottom on Elements - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable a bottom border on elements in the side area.
    • Choose Color for Bottom Border - Set a color for the bottom border on elements in the side area.
Fullscreen Menu
  • Enable Fullscreen Menu – Set this option to “Yes” if you would like to enable the fullscreen menu.
    • Fullscreen Menu Overlay Animation - Choose an animation type for your fullscreen menu overlay.
    • Logo in Fullscreen Menu Overlay – Upload your logo image here if you would like to place your logo in the top left corner of the fullscreen menu overlay.
    • Fullscreen Menu in Grid - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like the fullscreen menu to be displayed in grid.
    • Fullscreen Menu Alignment - Choose an alignment for the fullscreen menu. 
    • Background  - Here you can set a background color and transparency for the fullscreen menu overlay.
    • Background Image - Set a background image for the fullscreen menu.
    • Pattern Background Image -   If you would like to set a pattern image for your fullscreen menu background, you can do so here.
    • 1st Level Style – Set text styles for the 1st level menu items in the fullscreen menu:
      • Text Color – Set the text color.
      • Hover Text Color – Set the text hover color.
      • Background Hover Color – Set a background hover color.
      • Font Family – Set the font family.
      • Font Size (px) – Set the font size.
      • Line Height (px) – Set a line height.
      • Font Style – Choose between “normal” and “italic” font style.
      • Font Weight – Set a font weight.
      • Letter Spacing - Set letter spacing.
      • Text Transform  - Set a text transform style.
    • 2nd Level Style – Set text styles for the 2nd level menu items in the fullscreen menu:
      • Text Color – Set the text color.
      • Hover Text Color – Set the text hover color.
      • Background Hover Color – Set a background hover color.
      • Font Family – Set the font family.
      • Font Size (px) – Set the font size.
      • Line Height (px) – Set a line height.
      • Font Style – Choose between “normal” and “italic” font style.
      • Font Weight – Set a font weight.
      • Letter Spacing - Set letter spacing.
      • Text Transform  - Set a text transform style.
    • 3rd Level Menu Style – Set text styles for the 3rd level menu items in the fullscreen menu:
      • Text Color – Set the text color.
      • Hover Text Color – Set the text hover color.
      • Background Hover Color – Set a background hover color.
      • Font Family – Set the font family.
      • Font Size (px) – Set the font size.
      • Line Height (px) – Set a line height.
      • Font Style – Choose between “normal” and “italic” font style.
      • Font Weight – Set a font weight.
      • Letter Spacing - Set letter spacing.
      • Text Transform  - Set a text transform style.
    • Fullscreen Menu Icon Spacing - Define paddings and margins for the fullscreen menu icon.
Header Top

  • Show Header Top Area – Set this option to “Yes” if you would like to display the header top area, which is a small section that appears at the very top of the page. This area is meant for placing Header Left and Header Right widgets (social icons, language selector, etc.). You can add widgets by navigating to Appearance > Widgets.
    • Hide on Scroll – Choose "Yes" to hide the header top area when viewers scroll down. This applies when fixed header types are chosen.
    • Header Top Height - Set a height for the Header Top.
    • Background Pattern Image - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable a background pattern image for the Header Top.
      • Image - Upload an pattern image for the Header Top background. 
    • Background Color – Choose a background color to be applied to the Header Top area.
    • Header Top Transparency – Set a transparency for the Header Top background color (from 0 to 1; 0 being completely transparent and 1 being opaque).
    • Bottom Border Color – Choose a bottom border color for Header Top area.
    • Bottom Border Width – Enter bottom border width for the Header Top area.
    • Widget Divider Color - Set divider color.
    • Menu Item Text Decoration - Set a text decoration on hover and for active menu items in the Header Top.
Widget Elements

Define styles for Search Widget when set in the header top widget area.

Mobile Header
  • Mobile Header Height – Set a height for the mobile header (in pixels).
  • Mobile Menu Item Separator Color – Set a color for separators in the mobile menu.
  • Mobile Header & Menu Background Color – Set a background color for the mobile header and mobile menu.
  • Logo Height For Mobile Header (px) - Define the height of your logo for screen sizes under 1000px.
  • Logo Height For Mobile Devices – Define the height of your logo for screen sizes under 480px.
Header Button Icons
  • Header Icons Icon Pack – Choose an icon pack for the header icons.
  • Header Icons Style – Here you can define styles (“Color” and “Hover Color”) for icons in the header. You can set separate colors for icons in the dark and light header versions.
  • Search Icon Size – Set a size for  the search icon.
  • Side Menu Icon / Fullscreen Menu Icon Size – Set a size for the side menu icon and the fullscreen menu icon.
  • Mobile Header Icons Color – Choose a color for mobile header icons (search icon, fullscreen menu icon and side area icon).
  • Fullscreen Menu Icon Background – Set a background color and background hover color for the fullscreen menu icon.
Language Selector
  • Background Color for First Level - Choose a background color for the first level element of the language selector.
  • 1st Level Menu Style - Define styles for the 1st level menu in the language selector.
  • 2nd Level Menu Style - Define styles for the second level menu in the language selector.
  • Left / Right Spacing Between Languages in List  - Set the spacing between languages in the horizontal language switcher.

Options for "Side" Header Type

Side Menu Area
  • Side Menu Area Type – Choose a type for the side menu area.
    • Button Color – Set a color for the button that opens/closes the hidden side area.
  • Side Menu Area Width – Choose one of the predefined widths for the side menu area.
  • Side Menu Area Position – Choose a position for the side menu area.
  • Submenu Opening Behavior – Specify the opening style for the 2nd and 3rd level menu items. The 2nd and 3rd level menu items can open when the user hovers over a 1st level menu item, when a user clicks on a 1st level menu item, or they can be set to slide in when the 1st level menu item is clicked.
  • Side Menu Area Background Color – Set a background color for the side menu area.
    • Side Menu Area Background Opacity – Set a background opacity for the side menu area, where 0 is fully transparent and 1 is opaque.
    • Side Menu Area Background Image – Set a background image for the side menu area.
    • Transparency Setting Takes Effect Only on Elated Slider - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like the transparency set in the 'Side Menu Area Background Opacity'  field to take effect only when the side menu area is over the Elated Slider.
    • Enable Fully Transparent Side Menu Area Over Elated Slider – Set this option to “Yes” if you would like to make the side menu area background transparent when it is located over a slider at the top of the screen.
      • 1st Level Transparent Menu Style – Set styles for the 1st level menu items:
        • ​Text Color – Set a text color for 1st level menu items.
        • Hover Color – Set a hover color for 1st level menu items.
        • Active Color – Set a color for the currently active 1st level menu item.
        • Font Family – Set a font family for 1st level menu items.
        • Font Size (px) – Set a font size for 1st level menu items.
        • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for 1st level menu items.
        • Font Style – Choose between “normal” and “italic” font styles for your 1st level menu items.
        • Font Weight – Set a font weight for 1st level menu items.
        • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing for 1st level menu items.
        • Text Transform – Set a text transform style for your 1st level menu items.
      • 2nd Level Transparent Menu Style – Set styles for the 2nd level menu items:
        • Text Color – Set a text color for 1st level menu items.
        • Hover Color – Set a hover color for 1st level menu items.
        • Font Family – Set a font family for 1st level menu items.
        • Font Size (px) – Set a font size for 1st level menu items.
        • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for 1st level menu items.
        • Font Style – Choose between “normal” and “italic” font styles for your 1st level menu items.
        • Font Weight – Set a font weight for 1st level menu items.
        • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing for 1st level menu items.
        • Text Transform – Set a text transform style for your 1st level menu items.
      • 3rd Level Transparent Menu Style – Set styles for the 3rd level menu items:
        • Text Color – Set a text color for 1st level menu items.
        • Hover Color – Set a hover color for 1st level menu items.
        • Font Family – Set a font family for 1st level menu items.
        • Font Size (px) – Set a font size for 1st level menu items.
        • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for 1st level menu items.
        • Font Style – Choose between “normal” and “italic” font styles for your 1st level menu items.
        • Font Weight – Set a font weight for 1st level menu items.
        • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing for 1st level menu items.
        • Text Transform – Set a text transform style for your 1st level menu items.
    • Dropdown Menu Background  - Choose background color and opacity for dropdown menu (this option is only available when the submenu opening behavior is set to "Float").
    • 2nd Level Menu Arrow Shape - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable an arrow shape in the 2nd level menu (this option is only available when the submenu opening behavior is set to "Float").
  • Side Menu Area Padding – Set the padding for the side menu area (in pixels). Enter the values for the padding in the following format: top, right, bottom, left (ex. 25px 50px 25px 50px).
  • Navigation Top Margin – Set a top margin for the navigation (in pixels). You can use this option to define the space between your logo and menu.
  • Side Menu Area Text Color (For Widgets) – Set a color for the text inside widgets in the side menu area.
  • Side Menu Area Alignment – Set the alignment for the logo, menu and widgets in the side menu area.
  • Side Menu Area Right Border Color - Set a color for the right border of the side menu area.
  • Enable Plus Sign - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable a small "plus" sign next to menu items in the Side Menu Area that have a dropdown menu.
First Level Menu
  • Menu Items Top/Bottom Padding - Set a top and bottom padding for menu items in the first level menu of the side menu area.
  • Full Width Menu Items – Set this option to "Yes" if you would like your menu items to take up the full width of the vertical menu.
  • Enable Menu Item Separators – Set this option to “Yes” if you would like to display separators between the menu items in the side menu area.
    • Width (px) – Set a width for the menu item separators.
    • Color – Set a color for the menu item separators.
  • Enable Background for 1st Level Menu Items - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable a background color for 1st level menu items in the vertical menu.
    • Background Color - Set a background color for 1st level menu items in the vertical menu.
    • Hover Background Color - Set a hover color for the background of 1st level menu items in the vertical menu.
    • Active Background Color - Set a color for the background of the currently active 1st level menu item in the vertical menu.
  • Enable Left Border for 1st Level Menu Items - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to display a left border on the 1st level menu items in the vertical menu.
    • Border Width - Set the width for the left border (in pixels).
    • Border Color - Set the color of the left border.
    • Border Hover Color - Set a hover color for the left border.
    • Border Active Color - Set a color for the border of the currently active 1st level menu item in the vertical menu.
  • Enable 1st Level Menu Item Text Decoration – Select “Yes” if you would like to enable text decoration for your 1st level menu items.
    • Hover Item Text Decoration – Set the text decoration for 1st level menu items on hover.
    • Active Item Text Decoration – Set the text decoration for active 1st level menu items.
  • Enable Hover Borders for 1st Level Menu Items - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to display a border on hover around the item text in 1st level menu items. In order for this setting to work, you must define a border width and color.
    • Hover Border Style - Define styles for the border around 1st level menu items.
Second Level Menu
  • Dropdown Top Padding – Enter top padding amount for the second level menu.
  • Dropdown Bottom Padding – Enter bottom padding amount for the second level menu.
  • Dropdown Menu Items Top/Bottom Padding - Set top and bottom padding for menu items in the second level menu dropdown.
  • Dropdown 'Plus' Icon Color – Set a color for the dropdown 'plus' icon. 
  • Enable Dropdown Menu Item Separators - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable Separators between the dropdown menu items when the submenu opening behaviour is set to float.
    • Color - Set a color for the separators.
    • Enable Menu Top and Bottom Separators - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable separators on the top and bottom of the dropdown box.
Menu Text and Icons
  • 1st Level Menu Style – Set styles for the 1st level menu items:
    • Text Color – Set a text color for 1st level menu items.
    • Hover Color – Set a hover color for 1st level menu items.
    • Active Color – Set a color for the currently active 1st level menu item.
    • Icon Color – Set an icon color for 1st level menu items.
    • Icon Hover Color – Set an icon hover color for 1st level menu items.
    • Icon Active Color – Set a color for the currently active icon.
    • Space Between Text and Icon - Define the space between the text and icons in 1st level side menu items.
    • Font Family – Set a font family for 1st level menu items.
    • Font Size (px) – Set a font size for 1st level menu items.
    • Icon font size (px) – Set icon font size for 1st level menu items.
    • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for 1st level menu items.
    • Font Style - Choose between “normal” and “italic” font styles for your 1st level menu items.
    • Font Weight - Set a font weight for 1st level menu items.
    • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing for 1st level menu items.
    • Text Transform - Set a text transform style for your 1st level menu items.
  • 2nd Level Menu Style – Set styles for the 2nd level menu items:
    • Text Color – Set a text color for 2nd level menu items.
    • Hover Color – Set a hover color for 2nd level menu items.
    • Icon Color – Set an icon color for 2nd level menu items.
    • Icon Hover Color – Set an icon hover color for 2nd level menu items.
    • Font Family – Set a font family for 2nd level menu items.
    • Font Size (px) – Set a font size for 2nd level menu items.
    • Icon font size (px) – Set icon font size for 2nd level menu items.
    • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for 2nd level menu items.
    • Font Style - Choose between “normal” and “italic” font styles for your 2nd level menu items.
    • Font Weight - Set a font weight for 2nd level menu items.
    • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing for 2nd level menu items.
    • Text Transform - Set a text transform style for your 2nd level menu items.
  • 3rd Level Menu Style – Set styles for the 3rd level menu items:
    • Text Color – Set a text color for 3rd level menu items.
    • Hover Color – Set a hover color for 3rd level menu items.
    • Icon Color – Set an icon color for 3rd level menu items.
    • Icon Hover Color – Set an icon hover color for 3rd level menu items.
    • Font Family – Set a font family for 3rd level menu items.
    • Font Size (px) – Set a font size for 3rd level menu items.
    • Icon font size (px) – Set icon font size for 3rd level menu items.
    • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for 3rd level menu items.
    • Font Style - Choose between “normal” and “italic” font styles for your 3rd level menu items.
    • Font Weight - Set a font weight for 3rd level menu items.
    • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing for 3rd level menu items.
    • Text Transform - Set a text transform style for your 3rd level menu items.
Mobile Header
  • Mobile Header Height – Set a height for the mobile header (in pixels).
  • Mobile Menu Item Separator Color – Set a color for separators in the mobile menu.
  • Mobile Header & Menu Background Color – Set a background color for the mobile header and mobile menu.
  • Logo Height For Mobile Header (px) - Define the height of your logo for screen sizes under 1000px.
  • Logo Height For Mobile Devices – Define the height of your logo for screen sizes under 480px.
Header Button Icons
  • Header Icons Icon Pack – Choose an icon pack for the header icons.
  • Header Icons Style – Here you can define styles (“Color” and “Hover Color”) for icons in the header. You can set separate colors for icons in the dark and light header versions.
  • Side Area Icon / Search Icon Size – Set a size for the side area icon and the search icon.
  • Side Menu Icon / Fullscreen Menu Icon Size – Set a size for the side menu icon and the fullscreen menu icon.
  • Mobile Header Icons Color – Choose a color for mobile header icons (search icon, fullscreen menu icon and side area icon).
  • Fullscreen Menu Icon Background – Set a background color and background hover color for the fullscreen menu icon.
Language Selector
  • Background Color for First Level - Choose a background color for the first level element of the language selector.
  • 1st Level Menu Style - Define styles for the 1st level menu in the language selector.
  • 2nd Level Menu Style - Define styles for the second level menu in the language selector.
  • Left / Right Spacing Between Languages in List  - Set the spacing between languages in the horizontal language switcher.

Title

This section allows you to set up the title area. You can animate it, define colors or images, add breadcrumbs, and more. 

  • Enable Page Title Area – Select "Yes" to show title area on pages.
    • Title Type – The title can be displayed in either standard or breadcrumb format.
    • Animations – Choose a way to animate the title area upon page load. "Text right to left" will make title text slide in from the right side of the page and then settle into position. "Title area top to bottom" will make the title area gradually unfold. Select "No animation" to have a static page title area.
    • Vertical Alignment – Set a reference point for the title's vertical alignment.
    • Enable Page Title Text – You can show or hide title text on pages.
      • Text Size - Set a predefined text size for the title. You can set styles for each of the three available predefined sizes by going to Elated Options > Fonts > Page Title.
      • Title Text Alignment – Choose an alignment for title text.
      • Title Text Shadow – Choose "Yes" if you want title text to have a drop shadow.
    • Separator Around Title Text – Choose "Yes" to have a separator appear around title text.
      • Line Styles – Set separator color, width, thickness, and style.
      • Margins for Title – Set a value to be applied to left/right margins for title text.
      • Dots on The End of Lines – Choose "Yes" if you wish dots to appear at end of separator lines, next to title text.
        • Dots Style – Define dot size and color.
    • Separator Around Subtitle Text – Choose "Yes" to have a separator appear around subtitle text.
      • Line Styles – Set separator color, width, thickness, and style.
      • Margins for Subtitle – Set a value to be applied to left/right margins for subtitle text.
    • Show Title Separator – Choose "Yes" if you want a separator to appear next to title text.
      • Format – The separator can be with or without an icon.
        • Icon Position and Margins – Set icon position and margins.
        • Separator Icon Pack – Choose an icon pack.
        • Separator Icon – Set the icon.
        • Icon Style – Set icon color, hover color, and size.
        • Icon Type – You can choose between Normal, Circle, or Square icon type.
          • Border Style – Define icon border styles.
          • Additional Icon Style – Set icon shape size, background color, and background hover color.
        • Custom Icon – If using a custom icon, upload it here.
      • Type – Choose the separator line style.
      • Position – The separator can go either above or below title text.
      • Color – Choose a color for the separator.
      • Size – Enter a thickness and width amount for the separator in pixels.
      • Margin – Enter top and bottom margin amounts.
    • Graphics – You can set an image to appear above title text.
    • Background Color – Choose a background color for the title area.
    • Background Image – If you wish to use an image for the title area background, upload it here. For optimal viewing, we recommend that your image is in full HD resolution of 1920 pixels in width.
    • Background Responsive Image – Choose "Yes" if you wish to make the title image responsive. Note that title area height will be defined by height of the image after it resizes to fit the browser's width.
      • Parallax Title Image – Choose "Yes" if you wish to make the title image parallax. Choose "Yes, with zoom out" if you want viewers to have a perception of zooming out of the image, along with the parallax. Your image should be larger than the title area, in order to be able to shrink and not have any gaps appearing at the sides of the page. We recommend a width of 2500 pixels and a height that's at least 20% more than the title area height. The parallax image will be limited in height by title area height (any excess will be cropped). We recommend that your image is at least this height, in order for the parallax effect to work properly.
      • Title Height (px) – Enter a height for the title area in pixels.
    • Pattern Overlay Image – If you wish to use a pattern over the title area, upload it here. This image will be repeated to cover the entire title area.
    • Top Border – Choose "Yes" if you wish the title area to have a top border.
      • Enable Border in Grid - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like the title top border to be in grid.
      • Top Border Width (px) – Enter a width for the top border. Note: if left empty, the top border will not display.
      • Top Border Color – Choose a color for the top border.
    • Bottom Border – Choose "Yes" if you wish the title area to have a bottom border.
      • Enable Border in Grid - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like the title bottom border to be in grid.
      • Bottom Border Width (px) – Enter a width for the bottom border. Note: if left empty, the bottom border will not display.
      • Bottom Border Color – Choose a color for the bottom border.
    • Enable Breadcrumbs – Choose "Yes" if you want breadcrumbs to appear in the title area.
    • Title Area Content Style – Set a background color and background opacity for title area content.
    • Title Area Content in Grid - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like the content in the title area to be sit in grid.
    • Show Title Content Area Shadows - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable shadow on the title content area.
      • Title Content Area Shadows - Define the style of the title content area shadow.
    • Title Area Content Padding - Set padding for the title area content.
    • Title Style – Set a background color and background opacity for title text.
    • Title Padding – Enter padding amounts for title text.
    • Subtitle Position – Set subtitle position. 
    • Subtitle Style – Set a background color and background opacity for subtitle text.
    • Subtitle Padding – Enter padding amounts for subtitle text.
Title Animations

In this section you can define animations for your page title area and all the separate elements of the title area.

  • Enable Whole Content Title Animations  - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable an animation on the whole title area and all its content.
    • Scrolling Animation Start Point - Here you can set the properties for the first keyframe in the scrolling animation. Use the Scrollbbar Top Distance field to set when your animation will start in relation to the distance of the scrollbar from the top of the page, and use the "Enter CSS declarations separated by semicolons" field to enter your css declarations for the begining of the animation (e.g. opacity: 1;).
    • Scrolling Animation End Point - Here you can set the properties for the last keyframe in the scrolling animation. Use the Scrollbbar Top Distance field to set when your animation will end in relation to the distance of the scrollbar from the top of the page, and use the "Enter CSS declarations separated by semicolons" field to enter your css declarations for the end of the animation (e.g. opacity: 0;).
  • Enable Page Title Animations  - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable an animation on the page title. You can use the options described above to create your animation.
  • Enable Page Separator Title Animations  - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable an animation on the page title separator. You can use the options described above to create your animation.
  • Enable Page Subtitle Animations  - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable an animation on the page subtitle. You can use the options described above to create your animation.
  • Enable Page Title Graphic Animations - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable an animation on the page title graphic. You can use the options described above to create your animation.
  • Enable Page title Breadcrumbs Animation - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable an animation on the page title breadcrumbs. You can use the options described above to create your animation.

Content

  • Content Background Color – Choose a color to be applied to the main page section where content (text, images, etc.) goes.
  • Content Background Color for Templates in Grid – Choose a color to be applied to the main page section where content (text, images, etc.) goes for templates that are in grid.
  • Content Top Padding – Enter a top padding value for the page content area. This will affect all pages of your site, regardless of what templates they're in. If you enter a value here, it's important to also set a value for the Content Top Padding for Mobile Header field.
  • Content Top Padding for Templates in Grid – Enter a top padding value for the page content area. This applies to all templates other than Full Width, Blog Masonry Full Width, and Full Screen Sections, and it overrides the setting above. If you enter a value here, it's important to also set a value for the Content Top Padding for Mobile Header field.
  • Content Top Padding for Mobile Header – Enter a top padding value for the content area when viewed on small screens (such as mobile devices).
  • Enable Overlapping Content - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like your content area to overlap the Slider or Title Area by the amount of pixels you specify.
    • Overlapping Top Amount (px) - Enter the amount of pixels you would like the content area to overlap the Slider or Title Area.
    • Overlapping Bottom Amount - Enter the amount of pixels you would like the content area to overlap the content.
    • Overlapping Left/Right Padding - Set left/right padding for the content area. This option only takes effect on Default (in grid) templates.
    • Animate Overlapping Content - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable a content entry animation on the overlapping content.
    • Frame Around Overlapping Content - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable a frame around the overlapping content.
      • Frame Width - Enter the width of the the frame.
      • Frame Color - Set a color for the frame. Please note that if you set a frame color then the pattern image won't be visible.
      • Pattern Image - Set a pattern image for the frame.
  • Position of Content in Grid – Set the position of the content inside the grid (default is centered).
  • Inital Width of Content - Choose the initial width for your content area which is in grid. This option only takes effect on pages set to the "Default Template" and rows set to "In Grid".
Content Bottom Area

This section allows you to set up the content bottom area, which appears right above the footer. In order to fill it with content, choose a custom widget area to display. For example, you might want a Call to Action widget to appear here. For more information on this, see "Widgets."

  • Enable Content Bottom Area – Choose "Yes" to enable the content bottom area on your site pages.
    • Sidebar to Display – Choose a custom widget area to display in the content bottom.
    • Display in Grid – Choose "Yes" if you want the content bottom area to be fitted in a centrally positioned grid.
    • Background Color – Choose a background color for the content bottom area.

This section allows you to set up the footer area. There are two footer sections that can either be hidden or shown: the Footer Top and Footer Bottom. Both can be split into columns and are appropriate for placing widgets, such as menus, images, and social icons. You can add these by navigating to Appearance > Widgets.

  • Uncovering Footer – Select “Yes” if you would like your footer to gradually appear as you scroll towards the end of the page.
  • Footer in Grid – Choose "Yes" if you want your footer content to be fitted in a centrally positioned grid.
  • Footer Background Image – You can set an image to appear in the footer background.
  • Show Footer Top – Choose "Yes" to show the Footer Top.
    • Footer Top Columns Alignment – Set an alignment for the Footer Top columns.  
    • Footer Top Columns – Set the number of columns you would like to display in your Footer Top area.
    • Footer Top 1-4 Column Alignment – If you wish to set a different alignment for one of the Footer Top columns, you can do so here. This option will override the "Footer Top Columns Alignment" setting.
    • Border Between Columns – Set this options to “Yes” if you wish to display a border between columns in the Footer Top area.
      • Border Color Between Columns – Set a color for the border. 
    • Border Bottom on Elements – Select “Yes” if you wish to add a border bottom to footer elements. 
      • Border Bottom Color – Set a color for the border. 
    • Footer Top Area Style – Set styles for the Footer Top area:
      • Background Color – Set the background color.
      • Top Border Color – Set the color for the top border.
      • Top Border Width (px) – Set a width for the top border (in pixels).
      • Set Top Border in Grid – Choose whether you would like your top border to display in a grid.
      • Top Padding (px) – Set the top padding (in pixels).
      • Bottom Padding (px) – Set the bottom padding (in pixels).
      • Left Padding (px) – Set the left padding (in pixels).
      • Right Padding (px) – Set the right padding (in pixels).
    • Grid Background Color – Set the background color for grid on footer top.
    • Footer Top Background Image – Set a background image for the Footer Top area.
    • Footer Top Title Style – Set styles for your Footer Top title:
      • Text Color – Set the color for your title text.
      • Font Size (px)- Set a font size for your title text.
      • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for your title text.
      • Text Transform – Choose a text transform style.
      • Font Family – Set the font family for your title text.
      • Font Style – Choose between “normal” and “italic” font style.
      • Font Weight – Set a font weight for your title text.
      • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing.
    • Footer Top Text Style – Set styles for your Footer Top text:
      • Text Color – Set the color for your Footer Top text.
      • Font Size (px)- Set a font size for your Footer Top text.
      • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for your Footer Top text.
      • Text Transform – Choose a text transform style.
      • Font Family – Set the font family for your Footer Top text.
      • Font Style - Choose between “normal” and “italic” font style.
      • Font Weight – Set a font weight for your Footer Top text.
      • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing.
    • Footer Top Link Style – Set styles for the links in your Footer Top:
      • Text Color – Set the color for your Footer Top links.
      • Font Size (px)- Set a font size for your Footer Top links.
      • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for your Footer Top links.
      • Text Transform – Choose a text transform style.
      • Font Family – Set the font family for your Footer Top links.
      • Font Style – Choose between “normal” and “italic” font style.
      • Font Weight – Set a font weight for your Footer Top links.
      • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing.
      • Hover Text Color – Set a hover color for links in your Footer Top.
  • Show Footer Bottom – Choose "Yes" to show the Footer Bottom. This area is at the very bottom of the page and is typically used for placing copyright text.
    • Footer Bottom Columns – Set the number of columns for your Footer Bottom.
    • Footer Bottom Area Style – Set styles for your Footer Bottom area:
      • Height (px) – Set the height for your Footer Bottom.
      • Background Color – Set a background color for your Footer Bottom.
      • Set Top Border in Grid – Set this option to “Yes” if you would like to display the top border in grid.
      • Top Border Color – Set a color for the top border.
      • Top Border Width (px) – Set a width for the top border.
      • Bottom Border Color – Set a color for the bottom border.
      • Bottom Border Width (px) – Set a width for the bottom border.
      • Top Padding (px) – Set the top padding (in pixels).
      • Bottom Padding (px) – Set the bottom padding (in pixels).
      • Left Padding (px) – Set the left padding (in pixels).
      • Right Padding (px) – Set the right padding (in pixels).
    • Footer Bottom Background Image – Set a background image for the Footer Bottom.
    • Footer Bottom Text Style – Set styles for the text in Footer Bottom:
      • Text Color – Set the color for your Footer Bottom text.
      • Font Size (px) – Set a font size for your Footer Bottom text.
      • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for your Footer Bottom text.
      • Text Transform – Choose a text transform style.
      • Font Family – Set the font family for your Footer Bottom text.
      • Font Style – Choose between “normal” and “italic” font style.
      • Font Weight – Set a font weight for your Footer Bottom text.
      • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing.
    • Footer Bottom Link Style – Set styles for links in your Footer Bottom:
      • Text Color – Set the color for your Footer Bottom links.
      • Font Size (px) – Set a font size for your Footer Bottom links.
      • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for your Footer Bottom links.
      • Text Transform – Choose a text transform style.
      • Font Family – Set the font family for your Footer Bottom links.
      • Font Style – Choose between “normal” and “italic” font style.
      • Font Weight – Set a font weight for your Footer Bottom links.
      • Letter Spacing (px) – Set letter spacing.
      • Hover Text Color – Set a hover color for links in your Footer Bottom.
    • Enable Separator Between Menu Items - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to display a separator between menu items in the footer bottom.
      • Separator Color - Set the color for the separator between menu items.

Fonts

This section allows you to set up font properties for different elements on your site, which is essential for achieving a consistent look and feel.

Headings
Text
Header & Menu
Page Title Style 
  • Title – Here you can set styles for page title text:
    • Text Color – Set the text color for the title.
    • Font Size (px) – Set the font size for the title.
    • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for the title.
    • Text Transform – Set a text transform style.
    • Font Family – Set the font family for the title.
    • Font Style – Set the font style for the title.
    • Font Weight – Set a font weight for the title.
    • Letter Spacing – Set letter spacing.
  • Medium Type – Here you can set styles for the medium predefiend size page title text:
    • Text Color – Set the text color for the title.
    • Font Size (px) – Set the font size for the title.
    • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for the title.
    • Text Transform – Set a text transform style.
    • Font Family – Set the font family for the title.
    • Font Style – Set the font style for the title.
    • Font Weight – Set a font weight for the title.
    • Letter Spacing – Set letter spacing.
  • Large Type – Here you can set styles for the large predefined size page title text:
    • Text Color – Set the text color for the title.
    • Font Size (px) – Set the font size for the title.
    • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for the title.
    • Text Transform – Set a text transform style.
    • Font Family – Set the font family for the title.
    • Font Style – Set the font style for the title.
    • Font Weight – Set a font weight for the title.
    • Letter Spacing – Set letter spacing.
  • Subtitle – Here you can set styles for page subtitle text:
    • Text Color – Set the text color for the subtitle.
    • Font Size (px) – Set the font size for the subtitle.
    • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for the subtitle.
    • Text Transform – Set a text transform style.
    • Font Family – Set the font family for the subtitle.
    • Font Style – Set the font style for the subtitle.
    • Font Weight – Set a font weight for the subtitle.
    • Letter Spacing – Set letter spacing.
  • Breadcrumbs – Set the styles for page breadcrumbs:
    • Text Color – Set the text color for breadcrumbs.
    • Font Size (px) – Set the font size for breadcrumbs.
    • Line Height (px) – Set a line height for breadcrumbs.
    • Text Transform – Set a text transform style.
    • Font Family – Set the font family for breadcrumbs.
    • Font Style – Set the font style for breadcrumbs.
    • Font Weight – Set a font weight for breadcrumbs.
    • Letter Spacing – Set letter spacing.
    • Hover/Active Color – Set the hover/active color for breadcrumbs.

Elements

This section allows you to set up properties for different elements (shortcodes). Note that these settings can be overridden locally in shortcode options when adding elements to your page.

Accordions and Toggles
Accordion and Toggle Title
Accordion and Toggle Boxed Title
Accordion and Toggle Mark
Accordion and Toggle Boxed Style
'Back to Top' Link Button
Buttons

Define styles for buttons. You can set separate styles for the following types of button: "Default," "White," "Transparent,"  "Small," "Large," and "Extra Large."

Blockquotes
Content Menu
Call to Action
Counters
Countdown
Expandable Section
Full Screen Sections
Highlight
Horizontal Progress Bars
Vertical Progress Bars
Vertical Split Slider
Icons
Icon With Text
Input fields
Interactive Banners
Lists
Masonry Gallery

This section allows you to define masonry gallery item styles for every item size (Square Big, Square Small, Rectangle Portrait, and Rectangle Landscape). For each of these sizes, you can edit the following:

Message Boxes
Pagination
Parallax
Pie Charts
Pricing Table
Service Table
Separators
Separators With Text
Single Image
Slider Navigation Interface
Elated Slider
Define styles for navigation buttons on Elated Sliders.
Carousel Sliders
Define styles for navigation buttons on carousel sliders (Blog Slider, Portfolio Slider, Image Slider & Carousel).
Flex Sliders 
Define styles for navigation buttons on Flex Sliders.
Bullet Navigation 
Define styles for bullet navigation control buttons on the Flex Slider gallery and Blog Sliders.
Vertical Sliders (Full Screen Section Template) 

Define styles for navigation buttons on vertical sliders (as seen on the Full Screen Section page template).

Social Icon
Social Share List
Tabs
Tags
Team
Main Info Below Image - Type
Testimonials
Widgets
Widget Style

This section contains settings for widget background color, border color, padding, and shadow.

Widget Title

This section contains settings for widget titles.

Widget Text

This section contains settings for widget text.

Widget Link

This section contains settings for widget links.

Widget Elements

This section contains settings for the search bar widget. 

Widget - Elated Blog

This section contains settings for the Elated Blog widget.

Widget - Elated Latest Post Slider

Blog

This section allows you to set up blog pages.

Blog List pages are those that display multiple blog items using one of the predefined blog layout templates. Each of these templates can separately be customized.

Blog Single pages are those that display a single blog post.

Blog Lists
Blog Single
Post Info Data Fields
Advanced Options

You can use this panel to show or hide the separate options panels for each of the various blog templates.

Blog List Template Options: Standard
Post Info Data Fields
Post Design Style
Post Text Style
Blog List Template Options: Split Column
Post Info Data Fields
Post Design Style
Post Text Style
Blog List Template Options : Masonry & Masonry Full Width
Post Info Data Fields
Post Design Style
Post Text Style
Meta Info Featured on Side
Blog List Template Options: Masonry Gallery and Masonry Gallery Full Width
Post Info Data Fields
Post Design Style
Post Text Style
Blog List Template Options: Vertical Loop
Post Info Data Fields
Post Design Style
Post Text Style
Next Article Styles
Previous/Next Article Arrow Style
Blog List Shortcode
Blog List - Boxes
Blog List - Minimal
Blog List - Image in Left Box
Blog Carousel
Default and Post Info Visible
Post Info in Bottom
Blog Slider
Box Style
Blog Simple Slider Spacing
Post Text Style

Portfolio

This section allows you to set up your portfolio. The "Portfolio List" section applies to pages that contain the Portfolio List shortcode. The "Portfolio Single" section applies to single project pages.

Portfolio List
Title Text Styles
Category Text Styles
Category Filter
Icons
Pinterest
Masonry
Thin Plus Only
Animated Border
Portfolio Single
Navigation

Elated Slider

Here you can set the options for the Sliders.

General Style
Navigation Bullets Style
Custom Cursor Navigation Style

Here you can upload custom cursors for the slider and set the size of the clickable area for left and right slider navigation.

Social

This section allows you to manage social sharing on your site. You can select which social networks to enable, what elements of your site can be shared, and upload social share icons.

Enable Social Share
Social Networks

Here you can set which social networks you would like sharing to be available on. If you would like to, you can also set a custom icon for each social network.

Twitter

404 Error Page

Here you can set up the "404" page viewers see when an error occurs.

Visual Composer

This section allows you to control Visual Composer settings.

Contact Form 7

Here you can create up to 3 different custom styles that can later be applied to forms you create via the Contact Form 7 shortcode.

When referring to form elements, we are referring to text input fields, text areas, and select lists. When viewers click on a particular element, that element is in "focus;" you can stylize it differently from the rest to make it stand out. 

WooCommerce

This section allows you to set up your shop pages.

General
Text Input fields

The settings you define here will affect input fields on all shop pages.

Buttons

The settings you define here will affect buttons on all shop pages.

Message

Here you can define message box styles for all shop pages. 

Product List
"Add to Cart Button" 

Define styles for the "Add to Cart" button. This setting overrides the Buttons settings under General.

Product Sorting Select Box

Define styles for the product sorting box.

Product Single
Product Text Style
"Add to Cart" Button

Define styles for the "Add to Cart" button.

Quantity Buttons 
Define styles for buttons where users select how many products to add to their cart.
Quantity Input Field 
Define styles for input field where users can enter how many products to add to their cart.
Header and Sidebar Widget 
  • Product Title – Define styles for product titles in widgets set in the header and sidebar. This setting applies to the WooCommerce Products, WooCommerce Recently Viewed, and WooCommerce Top Rated Products widgets.
  • Product Price – Define styles for product prices in widgets set in the header and sidebar. This setting applies to the WooCommerce Products, WooCommerce Recently Viewed, and WooCommerce Top Rated Products widgets.
  • Icon Spacing - Define paddings and margins for the WooCommerce widget icon.
  • WooCommerce Dropdown Cart Widget Style - Choose a style for the WooCommerce Dropdown Cart widget.
Cart Menu Item Style
  • Cart Text Style - Define text styles for the cart widget in the header
  • Cart Icon Style - Define styles for the cart icon in the header.
  • Count Number Style - Define styles for the count number (number of icons in cart) for the cart widget in the header.
  • Cart Style for Sticky Menu - Define styles for the cart when in sticky menu.
  • Button With Text Style - Define styles for the cart widget when set to "Button with Text" style.
Dropdown Item Style
  • Dropdown Position - Choose a position for the cart dropdown.
  • Dropdown Styles - Define styles for the for the dropdown box.
  • Product Name & Price Style - Define styles for the product name and price.
  • Product Quantity Style - Define styles for the product quantity number.
  • Product Total Style - Define styles for the product total number.
  • Dropdown Cart Buttons - Define styles for buttons in the dropdown cart.
  • Remove Button Style - Define styles for the remove button (button that removes items from the cart).
Footer Widget
  • Product Title - Define styles for the product title for widgets set in the footer. This option applies to Products, Recently Viewed Products and Top Rated Products widgets.
  • Product Price - Define styles for the product price for widgets set in the footer. This option applies to Products, Recently Viewed Products and Top Rated Products widgets.

Reset

  You can use this option to reset all the Elated Options to their default settings.

Import

You can use this options panel to import demo content. For more information about importing demo content please refer to the Getting Started section of this user guide.

When creating a new page, one of the first things you will probably want to do is to choose an appropriate template for your page. To this this, visit your page from the backend (or create a new page by going to Pages > Add new), and locate the "Page Attributes" section on the right side of the screen. Moose comes with a variety of page templates to choose from:

*All of the blog templates listed above are used for displaying blog posts in various manners.

Now that you have chosen a template, let’s go over the custom fields available for pages.

Please note that any settings you save here will override the global settings you've set in Elated Options. It is generally considered good practice to set up the look of your pages on a global level, and then override settings on a local level, if necessary. This will save you a lot of time, unlike if you were to set up every page locally.
Elated General
Elated Header
Elated Side Menu Area
Elated Title
Elated Title Animations

In this section you can define animations for your page title area and all the separate elements of the title area.

Elated Content Bottom
Elated Blog

This section applies when you're using one of the blog templates.

Elated Sidebar
Elated Footer
Elated Full Screen Template
Elated SEO

In order to improve your page ranking on search engines,  you can fill out the following custom SEO fields:

Full Screen Sections

Since this page template is quite specific, we will go over its features separately:

To create a new portfolio item: 

  1. Go to Portfolio > Add new from the admin panel.
  2. Enter a title for your portfolio item in the text field near the top of the page.
  3. On the right side of the screen you will see a section named Portfolio Categories. Here you can select the categories that you would like to add this post to. If you would like to create a new category, click on the “+ Add New Category” link. A text field will appear in which you can enter a category name, and then click “Add New Category”.
  4. Once you have checked the categories you would like to add your post to, click the “Publish” button.

Beneath the "Portfolio Categories" section are the "Portfolio Tags", "Attributes", and "Featured Image" sections. In the "Portfolio Tags" section, you can enter tags for this portfolio item. In the "Attributes" section, you can set the order in which you would like this portfolio item to appear in portfolio lists. In the "Featured Image" section, you can set an image to be displayed for this item on portfolio lists.

Now that you have set up your first portfolio item, let’s go over the available custom fields for portfolio items.

Note that most of them are the same custom fields you'll find when creating standard pages.
Elated Portfolio Images (multiple upload)

This section allows you to upload multiple images at once:

  1. Click the Upload button.
  2.  Fill your gallery with images. You can do this by simply dragging and dropping them into the window. Alternatively, click on "Add to Gallery" on the left, and select files from your media library to add.  
  3. Once added to the gallery, you can write captions for the images and reorder them by clicking and dragging.
  4. Click the "Update gallery" button. 
Elated Portfolio Images/Videos (single upload)

This section is meant for uploading single files. The advantage of using this method is that you can upload videos, whereas in multiple upload, only images can be used. Note that you can combine both upload methods.

Elated Additional Portfolio Sidebar Items

If you wish to add another item to your portfolio sidebar, you can do so here.

Elated General

    Portfolio small images

Portfolio small slider

Portfolio big images

Portfolio big slider

Portfolio gallery

Elated Side Menu Area
Elated Footer
Elated Header
Elated Title
Elated Title Animations

In this section you can define animations for your page title area and all the separate elements of the title area.

Elated Content Bottom
Elated Sidebar
Elated SEO
The Elated Slider provides a powerful way to create sliders. It’s easy to create, edit and delete sliders using our custom interface.

Creating a Slider

In order to begin creating a new slider, go to Elated Slider > Add new slide from the admin panel, and enter a title for your slide in the text field near the top.

You can edit your slide by using the following fields:

Elated Slide Background Type 

Elated Slide Background Image

Please note that the image will be fitted across full width of the screen. We therefore recommend that your image is in full HD resolution of 1920x1080 pixels.

It is possible to display an image that doesn’t span the full height of the screen. In this case, you will have to set a custom height for your slider. Setting a custom height for your slider will be explained later in the Using your slider section.

Elated Slide Background Video
Elated Slide General
Elated Slide Text Content
Elated Slide Graphics
General Styling

For more information on the header skin setting, please refer to the Elated Options > Header section of this user guide.

Note that you must enable the dark/light effect for the slider in Elated Slider > Sliders > Effect on header (dark/light style) in order for this to take effect. We'll explain this in more detail later on, in Finishing Touches.
Elated Slide Behaviours 
SVG Line Drawing Animation 
Slide Image Animation
Slide Content Entry Animations
Slide Content Animations Controlled by Scrolling
This section allows you to set up animations for slide content. Leaving the fields empty will result in the default fade-out animation.
Please note that you must fill out both start and end point animation fields in order for the animation to work.
Elated Slide Title Style 
Elated Slide Subtitle Style 
Elated Slide Text Style 
Elated Slide Buttons Style 

You can set styles for the two buttons on the slide in this section:

Elated Slide Content Positioning

You can use this section to position the content within your slide:

Using Your Slider

In order to display your slider on a page, you need to first go to Elated Slider > Sliders and copy the shortcode string generated for your slide. Then you need to navigate to the page you would like the slider to display on and paste its shortcode into the "Layer Slider or Elated Slider Shortcode" field on this page.

The shortcode of your slider should look something like this:

1. [no_slider slider='home-slider' auto_start='true' animation_type='slide' slide_animation='6000' height='' responsive_height='yes' responsive_breakpoints='set1' background_color='' anchor='' show_navigation_arrows='yes' show_navigation_circles='yes' navigation_position='default' content_next_to_arrows='']

You can modify some attributes of the shortcode in order to achieve different effects:

Finishing Touches

You can further edit your slider by going to Elated Slider > Sliders from the admin panel and selecting your slider from the list. In the slider options, you will find the following settings:

Breakpoint Coefficients and Breakpoint Sets

The Elated Slider provides two sets of breakpoints which you can choose from. You can view these breakpoint sets by going to Elated Slider > Sliders where all the breakpoints and default coefficients are listed, and you can choose which set you would like to use by changing the value of the “responsive_breakpoints” attribute in the slider shortcode (this attribute takes the values “set1”, or “set2”).
 
After you have chosen which set of breakpoints you would like to use, you can then set breakpoint coefficients for each element in the slider which contains some text (Title, Subtitle, Text, and Button). These breakpoint coefficients control the responsiveness of the text in your slider. The breakpoint coefficient can be any number between 0 and 1 (1 meaning that the text stays in its originally set size).
 
The size of the text is calculated by taking the original text size you set, and multiplying it with the coefficient. The result will be rounded to the nearest whole number and this will become your new text size.
 
For example, if you set your slider text size to 12px and are using the first set of breakpoints (set1) and the default coefficient values, then your text will stay at 12px inside the first two breakpoints (which have a default coefficient of 1, so 12 x 1 = 12). At the third breakpoint (between 1200px and 900px, according to set1), your text will shrink to 10px since the default coefficient is 0.8 (12 x 0.8 = 9.6, which is rounded to 10), at the fourth breakpoint (between 900px and 650px, according to set1), your text will shrink to 8px since the default coefficient is 0.7 (12 x 0.7 = 8.4, which is rounded to 8), etc.

Testimonials are a great way to show potential clients what others are saying about your business.

To create a testimonial, go to Testimonials > Add New from the admin panel, and enter a title for your testimonial in the text field near the top of the screen.

Elated Testimonials

Fill in the following fields to complete your testimonial:

You can now assign your testimonial to a category. On the right side of the screen you will see a section named "Testimonial Categories". Here you can select the category that you wish to add this testimonial to. If you would like to add a new category, click on the “+ Add New Testimonials Category” link and a text field will appear in which you can enter a name for your new category. Then click on “Add New Testimonials Category”. 
 
After you have selected the categories you want to add this testimonial to, click the “Publish” button.
 
Finally, in order to display your testimonials on a page, go to that page from the backend and click the “Add Elements” button, and from the elements menu select "Testimonials".

 
You can now edit how your testimonials display on the page by filling out the following fields:
  • Type - Choose a type for your testimonials.
  • Category – If you would like to display a specific category of testimonials, enter the category slug in this field (ex. art. You can find the category slug by navigating to Testimonials > Testimonials Categories from the admin panel and clicking on your category of choice). Alternatively, you can leave this field empty to show testimonials from all categories.
  • Order By - Choose whether you want to order the testimonials by title or publication date.
  • Order - Choose between ascending and descending order.
  • Number – Choose the number of testimonials to display on the page.
  • Icon Pack - Choose an icon pack.
  • Icon - Choose an Icon.
  • Icon Font Size - Choose an icon font size.
  • Icon Color - Choose an icon color.
  • Show Title – Select whether you would like to display the testimonials title.
    • Title Color – Set the color for the testimonials title.
  • Show Title Separator – Select whether you would like to display a title separator.
    • Separator Color – Set the color for the separator.
    • Separator Width – Set the width for the separator.
    • Separator Height – Set the height for the separator.
  • Text Align - Set an alignment for the text.
  • Text Color – Choose a color for the testimonial text.
  • Text Font Family - set a font family for the testimonial text.
  • Text Font Size – Choose a font size (in pixels) for the testimonial text.
  • Text Line Height - Set a line height for the text. 
  • Text Font Style - Set a font style for the text.
  • Text Top Padding - Define a top padding for the text.
  • Text Bottom Padding - Define a bottom padding for the text.
  • Show Author – Select whether you would like to display the testimonial author’s name.
    • Author Position – Set the position for the testimonial author’s name.
    • Author Text Font Family - Set a font family for the author's name.
    • Author Text Color – Set the text color for the testimonial author’s name.
    • Author Font Size - Set a font size for the author's name.
    • Author Font Weight - Set a font weight for the author's name.
    • Author Font Style - Set a font style for the author's name.
  • Show Author Job Position - Choose whether to display the author's job position.
    • Job Position Placement - Choose the placement for the author's job position.
    • Job Color - Set the color for the author's job position.
    • Job Font Size  - Set the font size for the author's job position text.
    • Job Font Style - Set a font style for the author's job position text. You can choose between "normal" and "italic".
  • Top Holder Color - Set a background color for the top part of the testimonial holder.
  • Bottom Holder Color - Set a background color for the bottom part of the testimonial holder.
  • Show Image – Select whether you would like to display an image alongside the testimonial.
    • Image Position Related to Testimonial Content – Set the position for your image in relation to the testimonial content.
    • Image Position Related to Testimonial Slide – Set the image position in relation to the testimonial slide. The image size when the image position is over the edge of testimonial slide is fixed (113 x 113px). The image size when the image position is inside the testimonial slide is original.
    • Show Image Border – Select whether you would like to display the image border.
      • Image Border Color – Set the color for the image border.
      • Image Border Width – Set the width for the image border.
    • Image Holder Width - Enter a width (in percentages) for the image holder.
  • Choose Navigation Type - When using the Horizontally Aligned testimonial type, you can choose whether you would like your navigation to be arrows or buttons.
  • Show Navigation Arrows – Choose whether you would like to display navigation arrows.
  • Show Navigation – Choose whether you would like to display the navigation bullets.
  • Auto Rotate Slides – Choose a delay in seconds between each slide animation, or disable auto rotation of slides.
  • Animation Speed – Set the speed of the slide animation (in milliseconds).

 

Widgets are easy to manage and can be incredibly useful to have on your site.

For Moose, we have developed custom widgets and widget areas in order to give you even more functionality. You also have the option of creating multiple custom sidebars.

Widgets

Please note that you need to have Woocommerce installed in order for this widget to take effect.

Widget Areas

Please note that you need to have the appropriate column layout enabled in Elated Options in order for these widgets to appear.

To create a menu, go to Appearance > Menus from the admin panel.

In the upper left corner of your screen you will see two tabs: "Edit Menus" and "Manage Locations".

In the Manage Locations tab you can assign menus to two different locations: "top navigation" and "fullscreen navigation". If you are using the "Sticky Divided" header type, you’ll see two other locations: "left top navigation" and "right top navigation" (these locations only apply to the "Sticky Divided" header type).

Note that you must assign your menu to a location in order for it to be visible.
 
You can also assign the current menu to a location in the "Edit Menus" tab, by scrolling down to the "Menu Settings" section.

You can edit your menus in the "Edit Menus" tab. When editing menus, you can click on the small triangle icon on each menu item to open a list of editable settings:

Wide Menu

Anchors (One Page Site Functionality)

You can link menu items to sections on your page using anchors. This way, when clicked, the menu item will scroll the page down to the section you linked it to.

In order to create an anchor link, you need to follow these steps:

  1. You need to set anchor IDs for your rows when editing your page. You can achieve this by editing the properties of the row element in Visual Composer. In the “Anchor ID” field of the row item’s options type in the name of your anchor. You can use any text without empty spaces.

  2. You can repeat step 1 for as many rows on as many pages as needed.
  3. When you go to edit your menu in Appearance > Menus, find the page (or pages) containing your rows with anchors and drag as many instances of them into your menu as needed.
  4. Edit each of the newly added menu items, and for each one type in its corresponding anchor ID in the “Anchor” field.

Row

The row element is a container element to which you can add other elements (shortcodes) and sort them on your page. The row element can be set to be "Full Width" or "In Grid". Using the "CSS Animation" option, you can set an entering animation for this element, and with the "Transition Delay" option you can set a delay time for the chosen animation. The "Anchor ID" option is used to set up anchor functionality, and you can use it to add an ID to the row, which can later be referenced in the main menu Anchor ID field.

Separator

Separator with Text

Single Image

Note: If the Circle type is selected you can add hover animation with additional text optionally, using the dropdown option at the very bottom. This option lets you add shader background color as well.

Tabs

In the tab settings for each tab, you can set the Title, Icon Pack and Icon (the latter two are applicable only to certain tab styles).

Elated Accordion

In the section settings for each section, you can set the Title of the section, Type of section, Colors, and Title Tag.

Empty Space

This shortcode is useful for adding space with a pattern to your page.

Portfolio List

Portfolio lists enable you to present your portfolios on a page.

Portfolio Slider

The Portfolio Slider enables you to organize your portfolio items as an interactive slideshow which viewers can navigate through.

Counter

Counters are great for communicating information in the form of numbers.

Cover Boxes

Cover Boxes allow you to give a preview of your content in an interactive way, inviting viewers to follow the links and read more.

Google Map

Icon List Item

Icon List Items allow you to make lists using icons, rather than numbers or bullets.

Call to Action

Call to Action elements allow you to display bold messages on your page, inviting viewers to follow a link.

Blockquote

The blockquote element provides a great way to make a section of text stand out on your page.

Button

Buttons are a widely used element on the web and can be used for a variety of purposes.

Image with Text

This shortcode allows you to quickly add an image with text to your page.

Message

Messages allow you to display hints, warnings, or any other messages that you wish to communicate to your users.

Pie Chart

Pie Charts are great for communicating information in a visual and easy to understand manner.

  • Size (px) – Set a custom size for the pie chart.
  • Type of Central Text – Choose whether you would like to display a title or percentage inside your pie chart.
  • Percentage – Set the percentage you would like displayed in your pie chart.
    • Show Percentage Mark – Choose whether you would like to display or hide the percentage mark (%).
    • Percentage Color – Set the color for your percentage number.
    • Percentage Font – Input the font type you would like to use for your percentage number.
    • Percentage Font Size – Set the font size for your percentage number.
    • Percentage Font Weight – Set a font weight for your percentage number.
  • Bar Active Color – Set a color for the active part of the pie chart.
  • Bar Inactive Color – Set a color for the inactive part of your pie chart.
  • Pie Chart Line Width (px) – Set a width for the pie chart line (in pixels).
  • Pie Chart Border - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to display a border around the pie chart.
    • Border Color - Set a color for the border.
  • Chart Alignment – Set an alignment for your pie chart on the page.
  • Margin below chart (px) – Set a bottom margin amount for the pie chart.
  • Title – Set a title for your pie chart.
  • Title Color – Set a color for your title.
  • Title Tag – You can choose a heading style to apply to the title.
  • Text – Set your pie chart text.
  • Text Color – Set a color for your text.
  • Separator – Choose whether you would like a separator to appear between the pie chart and the text.
    • Separator Color – Set a color for the separator.
    • Separator Border Style – Choose a border style for the separator.

Pie Chart With Icon

The pie chart with icon element is great for communicating information in a visual and easy to understand manner.

  • Size (px) – Set a custom size for the pie chart.
  • Percentage – Set the percentage you would like displayed in your pie chart.
  • Bar Active Color – Set a color for the active part of the pie chart.
  • Bar Inactive Color – Set a color for the inactive part of your pie chart.
  • Pie Chart Line Width (px) – Set a width for the pie chart line (in pixels).
  • Margin Below Chart - Set a margin below the pie chart.
  • Title – Set a title for your pie chart.
  • Title Color – Set a color for your title.
  • Title Tag – You can choose a heading style to apply to the title.
  • Icon Pack – Choose an icon pack.
    • Icon – Set an icon for your pie chart with icon.
    • Icon Color – Set an icon color.
    • Icon Size – Choose an icon size.
  • Text – Input some text for your pie chart with icon.
    • Text Color – Choose a color for your text.
  • Separator – Choose whether you would like a separator to appear between the pie chart and the text.
    • Separator Color – Set a color for the separator.
    • Separator Border Style – Choose a border style for the separator.

Pie Chart 2 (Pie)

They are great for communicating information in a visual and easy to understand manner.

  • Width – Enter a width for the pie chart (in pixels).
  • Height – Enter a height for the pie chart (in pixels).
  • Legend Text Color – Choose a color for legend text.
  • Content – In this section, you can edit parts of the pie chart – percentages, colors, legend labels – as well as add or remove data.

Pie Chart 3 (Doughnut)

They are great for communicating information in a visual and easy to understand manner.

  • Width – Enter a width for the pie chart (in pixels).
  • Height – Enter a height for the pie chart (in pixels).
  • Legend Text Color – Choose a color for legend text.
  • Content – In this section, you can edit parts of the pie chart – percentages, colors, legend labels – as well as add or remove data.

Progress Bar – Horizontal

The Progress Bar element is great for communicating a large amount of information in a visual and easy to understand manner.

  • Title – Enter a title here.
  • Title Color – Choose a color for the title.
  • Title Tag – You can choose a heading style to apply to the title.
  • Title Custom Size (px) – Alternatively, enter a custom title size.
  • Title Padding Bottom (px) – Set a bottom padding for your title.
  • Percentage – Enter the percentage number.
    • Show Percentage Number – You can show or hide the percentage number.
    • Show Percentage Mark – You can show or hide the percentage mark.
    • Percentage Type – Choose between “static” and “floating” percentage type.
      • Floating Type – The percentage number can float either outside or inside the bar.
    • Percentage Bar Margin Bottom - Set a bottom margin for the percentage bar.
    • Percentage Bar Height - Set a height for the percentage bar.
    • Percentage Color – Set a color for the percentage.
    • Percentage Background Color – Set a background color for the percentage.
    • Percentage Border Radius - Set a border radius for the percentage.
    • Percentage Font Size – Set a font size for the percentage.
    • Percentage Font Weight – Set a font weight for the percentage.
  • Active Background Color – Choose a color for the active part of the bar.
  • Active Border Color – Choose a border color for the active part of the bar.
  • Inactive Background Color – Choose a color for the inactive part of the bar.
  • Progress Bar Height – Enter a height for the progress bar (in pixels).
  • Progress Bar Border Radius – Enter a border radius number (in pixels) if you want your bar to have rounded corners.

Progress Bar – Vertical

The Progress Bar element is great for communicating a large amount of information in a visual and easy to understand manner.

  • Title – Enter title here.
  • Title Color – Choose a color for the title.
  • Title Tag – You can choose a heading style to apply to the title.
  • Title Size – Alternatively, enter title size here (in pixels).
  • Progress Bar Height (px) – Set a height for the progress bar. 
  • Bar Color – Choose a color for the active part of the bar.
  • Bar Border Color – Choose a color for the bar border.
  • Background Color – Choose a color for the inactive part of the bar.
  • Top Border Radius – Enter a border radius number (in pixels) if you want your bar to have rounded corners.
  • Percent – Enter the percentage number.
    • Show Percentage Number - You can show or hide the percentage number.
    • Show Percentage Mark – You can show or hide the percentage mark.
    • Percentage Text Size – Enter a text size (in pixels) for the percentage number.
    • Percentage Color – Choose a color for the percentage number.
  • Text – Enter accompanying text here.
    • Text Color – Set a color for your text.

Progress Bar – Icon

The Progress Bar element is great for communicating a large amount of information in a visual and easy to understand manner.

  • Number of Icons – Enter the number of icons you want to appear in the progress bar.
  • Number of Active Icons – Enter the number of icons to appear active.
  • Type – You can choose between Normal, Circle, or Square icon type.
  • Icon Pack – Choose the icon pack you would like to use.
  • Icon – Set your icon.
  • Size – Set the size for your icon.
  • Icon Color – Set the color for your icon.
  • Icon Active Color – Set the color for active icons.
  • Background Color – Choose a background color for inactive icons.
  • Background Active Color – Choose a background color for active icons.
  • Border Color – Choose a border color for inactive icons (only for Square and Circle types).
  • Border Active Color – Choose a border color for active icons (only for Square and Circle types).

Line Graph

If you wish to present your information in a more mathematical way, the Line Graph is a great choice.

  • Type – You can choose whether your line graph will have rounded or sharp edges.
  • Width – Enter a width for the line graph (in pixels).
  • Height – Enter a height for the line graph (in pixels).
  • Custom Color – Choose a color for the x and y axis values.
  • Scale Steps – Enter the number of steps which will appear on the y axis.
  • Scale Step Width – You can enter the difference between two y axis steps here.
  • Labels – Enter labels, separated by commas, for the x axis values here.
  • Content – In this section, you can edit parts of the line graph—colors, legend labels, and data points.

Elated Pricing Tables

Pricing Tables are a great way to present your business' pricing packages.

  • Columns - Choose the number of pricing tables you want to display in a row.

Once you've added the Pricing Table holder, you can add pricing table elements inside it, and edit the following fields:

  • Type – Choose between "Price on top" and "Title on top" pricing table styles. 
  • Title – Set a title for your pricing table.
  • Title Color – Set a color for the title.
  • Title Background Color – Set a background color for the title.
  • Title Background Image - Set a background image for the title.
  • Title Font Family - Set a font family for the Title.
  • Title Border Bottom - Choose if you would like a bottom border on the Pricing Table title.
  • Title Border Bottom Style - Choose whether you would like the bottom border to be in grid or full width.
  • Title Small Separator – Choose whether you would like to display a small separator in your pricing table.
    • Title Separator Color – Set a color for your separator.
  • Border Around Color – Choose a color for the border.
  • Price - Enter the price.
  • Price Color - Set a color for the price.
  • Price Background Image - Set a background image for the price.
  • Price Background Color – Set a background color for the price.
  • Price Border Bottom - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable a bottom border on the price.
    • Price Border Bottom Color - Set a color for the bottom border on the price.
  • Price Font Weight – You can set the boldness of the price font.
  • Currency – Enter a currency symbol.
  • Price Period – Set a billing frequency (monthly, yearly, etc.).
  • Price Period Position - Set a position for the price period
  • Active – If you want to emphasize this pricing table, turn this option on.
    • Active Style - Set a style for the active marker.
    • Active Text – Input some text for the active pricing table.
    • Active Text Color – Choose a color for the active label ("Best Choice") text.
    • Active Text Background Color – Choose a color for the active text background.
  • Content Style - Choose whether you would like the content to be in grid or full width.
  • Content Text Color – Set a color for your content text.
  • Content Background Color – Set a background color for your content.
  • Set Different Background Color for Odd and Even Content Sections? - Set this option to "Yes" if you would like to enable the option to set different background colors for odd and even sections of the Pricing Table.
    • Even Sections Background Color - Set a background color for even sections in the Pricing Table.
    • Odd Sections Background Color - Set a background color for odd sections in the Pricing Table.
  • Pricing Table Background Image – Set a background image for the pricing table.
  • Show Button  - Set this option to "Yes" to display a button.
    • Button Hover Animation - Set a hover animation for the button.
    • Button Text – Enter button text here.
      • Button Font Size - Set a font size for the button text.
      • Button Color – Set a color for your button text.
      • Button Hover Color - Set a hover color for the button text.
      • Button Background Color – Set a background color for your button.
      • Button Hover Background Color - Set a hover color for the button background.
      • Button Border Color - Set a border color for the button.
      • Button Hover Border Color - Set a hover color for the border.
      • Button Link – Set a link for your button.
        • Button Target – You can choose where the link will open.
      • Icon Pack - Choose an incon pack for the button icon.
      • Icon - Set an icon for the button.
      • Button Icon Size - Set a size for the button icon.
      • Button Icon Color - Set a color for the button icon.
  • Content – List your pricing plan features here. You can optionally stylize them using the built-in text editor.

Custom Font

If you need to use text styling that's not in one of the predefined heading or paragraph styles, you can do this by using the Custom Font shortcode. You can optionally have up to three sentences typed out in realtime.

  • Font Family – Enter a font family name from the large Google font collection (previously selected in Elated Options > General > Design Style > Font Family) or some of the system fonts (Arial, Verdana, Times New Roman).
  • Font Size (px) – Enter font size here (in pixels).
  • Line Height – Enter the line height.
  • Font Style – Choose between normal and italic font styles.
  • Text Align – Set the alignment for your text.
  • Font Weight – Set a font weight for your text.
  • Color – Set a color for your text.
  • Text Decoration – You can choose the Underline, Overline, or Line Through text decoration style.
  • Text Transform - Set a text transform style for your custom font.
  • Text Shadow – You can enable a text drop shadow.
  • Letter Spacing – Set letter spacing for your text.
  • Background Color – Choose a background color for your text.
  • Padding (px) – You can enter padding for the text in a top, right, bottom, left format (ex.: "10px 20px 10px 20px").
  • Margin (px) – You can enter the margin for the text in a top, right, bottom, left format (ex.: "10px 20px 10px 20px").
  • Show in Border Box – Choose to display the text in a border box.
    • Border Color – Set a color for your border.
    • Border Thickness(px) – Set the thickness for your border.
    • Text Background Color – Set a background color for your text in border box.
    • Text Padding (px) – Set a padding for your text in border box. You can enter padding for the text in a top, right, bottom, left format (ex.: "10px 20px 10px 20px").
  • Content – Enter your content here.
  • Type Out Strings? - Choose whether to use default content field or have your sentences typed out after each other.
  • First String - Enter the first string for type out.
  • Second String - Enter the second string for type out.
  • Third String - Enter the third string for type out.
  • Type Speed - Set the type speed in milliseconds. The default value is 30.
  • Back Delay - Set the pause between typing out and erasing two consecutive strings. The default value is 500.
  • Loop - Optionally, you can set the type animation to be exacuted infinitely.

List – Ordered

Lists are a great way to organize information and present it to potential customers.

List – Unordered

Lists are a great way to organize information and present it to potential customers.

Icon

Icons are great for communicating all sorts of information.

Social Icons

Want to invite your viewers to follow you on social networks? Social Icons will make this easy.

Icon With Text

This shortcode allows you to easily add icons with text to your page.

Blog List

This shortcode allows you to display your blog posts on a page.

Interactive Banners

The Interactive Banners element allows you to display interactive images.

Image With Text and Icon

Display an image with text and an icon over it.

Numbered Image

You can use this shortcode to create a numbered image. The number will appear in a stripe on the right side of the image.

Image Hover

Image Hover allows you to display interactive images.

Team

This shortcode allows you to easily present your team.

Service Table

They're a great way to present the services your business offers.

Elated Image Slider

The Elated Image Slider provides a great way to showcase your portfolio.

Countdown

The countdown element provides a great way to display a countdown timer on your page.

  • Year – Set the year you would like to countdown to.
  • Month – Set the month you would like to countdown to.
  • Day – Set the day you would like to countdown to.
  • Hour – Set the hour you would like to countdown to.
  • Minute – Set the minute you would like to countdown to.
  • Month Label – Set a label to be displayed beneath the month.
  • Day Label – Set a label to be displayed beneath the day.
  • Hour Label – Set a label to be displayed beneath the hour.
  • Minute Label – Set a label to be displayed beneath the minute.
  • Second Label – Set a label to be displayed beneath the second.
  • Color – Set the color for digits, labels and separators.
  • Digit Font Size(px) – Set a font size for your digits.
  • Label Font Size (px) – Set a font size for your labels.
  • Font Weight – Set a font weight for digits and labels.
  • Separator – Select whether you would like to display a separator.

Separator With Icon

Display a separator with an icon on your page.

  • Separator Line Style – Choose a line style for your separator.
  • Line Color – Set a color for the separator.
  • Line Width (px) – Set a width for your separator.
  • Line Thickness (px) – Set a thickness for your separator (in pixels).
  • Top Margin (px) – Set a top margin for your separator.
  • Bottom Margin (px) – Set a bottom margin for your separator.
  • Animation - Choose an animation for the separator.
  • Type – You can use a default icon or upload your custom icon.
  • Custom Icon – If using a custom icon, upload it here.
  • Icon Pack – Choose an icon pack to use.
  • Icon – Set the icon you would like displayed.
  • Icon Custom Size (px) – Set a custom size for the icon.
  • Icon Type – You can choose between "normal", "circle", and "square" icon types.
  • Icon Position – Choose a position for the icon.
  • Icon Margins – Set a value to be applied to left and right icon margins.
  • Icon Border Radius – Set a border radius for the "circle" and "square" icon types.
  • Shape Size (px) – Set a shape size for the "circle" and "square" icon types.
  • Icon Color – Set a color for the icon.
  • Border Color – Set a border color for the icon.
  • Icon Border Width – Set a width for the icon border.
  • Icon Background Color – Set a background color for the icon.
  • Hover Icon Color – Set a hover color for the icon.
  • Icon Hover Border Color – Set a hover color for the icon border.
  • Icon Hover Background Color – Set a hover color for the icon background.

Elated Clients

This shortcode allows you to easily make a display of your clients.

  • Columns – Select the number of clients you would like to display in one row.
  • Show borders – Select whether to show borders around the columns.
  • Space between clients – Choose "Yes" if you wish to have spaces between clients.

Once you've added the Elated Clients holder, you can add elements inside it, and edit the following fields:

  • Image – Choose your client image here.
  • Link – Enter full URL for the image link.
  • Link Target – Set a target for your link:
    • Self – it opens in the same tab the user was on.
    • Blank – it opens in a new tab.

Elated Process Holder

This is a great way to let potential customers find out more about what your business does, and how it does it.

Once you've added the Elated Process Holder, you can add process items inside it and edit the following fields:

Elated Elements Holder

The Elated Elements Holder allows you to display any combination of elements in an organized column structure.

In the “Width and Responsiveness” tab, you can choose at what stage the element will switch to one column, and set an alignment for responsive mode.

Once you've added the Elated Elements Holder, you can add Elements Holder Items, and edit the following fields:

In the “Width and Responsiveness” tab, you can set different padding values for your element holder items on different screen sizes.

Elated Vertical Split Slider

The vertical split slider provides a way to create split slides on your screen, whose left and right side items transition into the screen from the top and bottom, respectively, and then come together to display a complete image.
 
To create a vertical split slider, you first have to add the Vertical Split Slider element to your page and select a background color for its preloader screen. You can also set a size for each slide panel (in percentages. The total value of both panel sizes has to be 100%), and choose to disable the Dark/Light Header Skin Change. If you disable the Dark/Light Header Skin Change, then the Header/Bullets Style you set in the Slide Content item options will only apply to the navigation bullets.
 
After you have added the Vertical Split Slider element, you need to add a Left Sliding Panel and Right Sliding panel into it.
 
Then, in each sliding panel, you need to add a Slide Content Item, and set the following options:

Blog Slider

Parallax Layers

You can use this shortcode to create an image composed of separate layers that follow the movement of the mouse.

You can use this shortcode to create an image carousel with navigation and text to the left side.

Image Stack

Image Stack shortcode showcases five of your images - stacked on top of each other with a slide-out effect on appear.

You can add a pop-up image optionally which you can link to an external URL. Shader overlay colors are available for alteration as well.

Moose comes with WooCommerce integration, which allows you to easily create an online shop. For more information on installing and configuring WooCommerce, please visit this page:

http://docs.woothemes.com/documentation/plugins/woocommerce/getting-started/

In order to set up WooCommerce with the Moose theme, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to Plugins > Add New from the admin panel.

  2. Type “WooCommerce” in the search field.
  3. Locate "WooCommerce - excelling eCommerce" in the search results and click on "Install Now".

  4. Once the installation has completed, click on “Activate Plugin”.
  5. You will now see a notice saying “Welcome to WooCommerce – You're almost ready to start selling :)". If you plan on importing demo content, click on "Skip Setup". Otherwise, click "Install Pages".
  6. If you plan on importing demo content, you should first set the product image sizes in order to achieve the same look as on our demo sites. Go to WooCommerce > Settings and click the "Products" tab. 

    Under

    the section "Product Image Sizes", enter the same values that we did:

    Main demo

    Note: if you wish to modify these sizes at a later date, you may need to regenerate thumbnails in order for it to take effect. This can be done with the following plugin: http://wordpress.org/plugins/regenerate-thumbnails/.
  7. See Importing Demo Content in the Getting Started section of this user guide and perform the process explained there.
  8. Go into the backend of your shop page. This can either be a custom page you have created yourself, or the shop page from the demo site that you have imported. Under "Page Attributes", choose the WooCommerce template.

 

Shop:

 

Shop Single:

 

Moose comes with Contact Form 7 integration, makes it possible to create forms for various purposes.
 
In order to setup Contact Form 7, please perform the following steps: 
  1. Go to Plugins > Add New from the admin panel.
  2. Type "Contact Form 7" in the search field.
  3. Locate "Contact Form 7" in the search results and click on "Install Now".
  4. Once installation is complete, click on "Activate Plugin".

Now when you use Visual Composer, you will see a new shortcode in the list of shortcodes – the Contact Form 7.

Click on this shortcode to add your form. There are several fields to fill in:

Note: For more information on defining Contact Form styles, see the Elated Options > Contact Form 7 section of this user guide.
You can read more about the Contact Form 7 plugin at https://wordpress.org/plugins/contact-form-7/.

Contact Form Input Animations

You can add an animation on input fields by replacing the standard input field code with the following html:


<div class="animate_input_holder"> [text* your-name] <div class="animate_input_text_wrap"> <span class="animate_input_text" data-content="Label text">Label text</span> </div> </div>

Please note that the "data-content" value ("Label text" in the example above) should be the same as the actual text of your label.

You can also add animations to textarea fields by using the following code:


<div class="animate_input_holder textarea_holder">[textarea* message]<div class="animate_input_text_wrap"><span class="animate_input_text" data-content="Message">Message</span></div></div>

3rd Party Integration

If you wish to integrate a newsletter sending service, you need to additionally install a plugin called "Forms: 3rd-Party Integration." You can check out the link to their site here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/forms-3rdparty-integration/.

Once you've completed the installation process and activated this plugin, navigate to Contact > 3rdparty Services from the admin panel in order to set options. For more information on setting it up, check out the following link: https://wordpress.org/plugins/forms-3rdparty-integration/screenshots/.