Mediumish is a Wordpress theme, so you must install Wordpress first. There are several ways to install WordPress but the easiest way would be to use one of the one-click autoinstallers available from you hosting company. Click here to learn how to install WordPress with the most popular autoinstallers, WordPress Toolkit, Cloudron, Fantastico, Installatron, and Softaculous.
There are two ways to install a WordPress Theme. We recommend you the first one.
To Install a Theme via WordPress Dashboard follow these steps:
To install a WordPress Theme via FTP, follow these steps:
Use a FTP such as Filezilla.
Host: Server hostname (ftp.mywebsite.com)
Left: Shows the files on your computer
Right: Shows the files currently on the web server.
Before adding items to the menu, you must first define it.
That's it! You've just created a custom menu. Now let's add some items to it!
Great! Now the final step, make the menu visible in site. Redxun theme supports 2 menus - header & footer.
The menu should be now visible in website.
Mediumish uses the build in WordPress Customizer. Navigate to Appearance / Customize from your WordPress dashboard. You will be taken directly to the Customizer where you will be able to set all theme options, including the home layout:
Navigate to Appearance/Customize/Mediumish Theme/Articles, scroll down and you will notice the area named: "Bottom Alert Bar". This is where you will add the Mailchimp shortcode or any other announcement you might want to display to your readers.
To get your Mailchimp shortcode you must have this free plugin installed and active.
Since Mediumish 1.4.0, an optional sidebar in posts has been implemented. If you don't want to have it displayed in your posts, simply make sure you leave the area empty in Appearance/Widgets/Sidebar-Posts:
Mediumish comes with WowPopup premium plugin to serve your marketing tasks professionally.
If you’d rather create it manually, please, read our detailed article: “Protect Your WordPress Customizations with a Child Theme”.
"Mediumish" theme is translatable. All you have to do is to install a specific plugin so you can easily translate the theme in your own language. We recommend you Loco Translate plugin.
<i class="fa fa-telegram"></i>. Of course, you will replace
telegramwith the keyword corresponding to the icon you wish to use. More examples:
<i class="fa fa-envelope-open"></i> <i class="fa fa-commenting"></i> <i class="fa fa-flag"></i>
You can get free images for your website at Unsplash.com.
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