The7 v3.4.2 — Responsive Multi-Purpose WordPress Theme UPDATE on Mar 11, 2016 adding New demo "The7 Product" in Apple aesthetics;) and fix incorrect mega-menu positioning and menu cut-off in boxed layouts. The7 — Responsive Multi-Purpose WordPress Theme is easy to adding content to a website. You're going to be adding a one off piece of wordpress theme, meaning the content goes onto the page, only that page, and that page alone. But there may be a time when you want something to persist across the entire website, such as a navigation bar, a set of social media links, or even an image or a header and a footer. So, in this movie, what I'm going to do is show you how to populate your entire website with information using a master page. Now, if you've used master pages in other applicationslike Adobe InDesign, what you're about to see is going to be very familiar to you.
UPDATE the7 v3.4.2
1. New demo "The7 Product" in Apple aesthetics;) 2. Eliminated deprecated fonts embedding in demo sliders. 3. New: Bulk actions for Product page sidebars & featured images in Blog posts. 4. Improvements to Fancy Separators shortcode. 5. Improvements to Contact Form 7 styling. 6. Improvement: WPML footer widget area translation. 7. Fixed: incorrect mega-menu positioning and menu cut-off in boxed layouts. 8. Fixed: WooCommerce subcategory name is not displayed. 9. Fixed: Stripe 3 + Fancy Title element + title-color:title does not work. 10. The7 v.2 WooCommerce compatibility update. 11. Other minor improvements and fixes. 12. Slider Revolution updated to newest version. (Ultimate Addons was NOT due to an issue that brakes layouts on mobile devices. We are waiting for new update.)
This is actually a pretty easy process to start a new website with The7 — Responsive Multi-Purpose WordPress Theme . So, what we're going to do is open up this A-Master page down here at the bottom. All you have to do is double-click on it. When you double-click on it, it takes you into Design viewfor that particular master page. What I'm going to do first is I'm going to center everything inside of the document, and I'm going to do that by pressing the Command key on the Mac, the Control key on the PC. And then pressing the number zero on my keyboard. That just zooms everything out, so I can see it on screen.