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Chapter: Customising Theme

How to Change the Look and Feel.

How to Change Post Listing Styles in Typer theme

Typer comes with several ways to which your posts can be displayed. This tutorial will cover how users can change their post listing style on the Typer theme. These changes apply on your archive pages such as categories or tag pages, therefore the user needs to ensure that their posts are defined with the right category or tags. Typer offers […]

How to Customize Header and Footer sections in Typer

In this tutorial we shall look at how to customize both header and footer sections. These customisations can also be applied in case the user has not imported any demo content. Every WordPress site has these two sections and they are very important for various reasons such as navigation and display of custom features such as contact info. To get […]

How to Add Featured Posts on Any Page Using Elementor

This tutorial is a continuation of the previous article where we showed you how to add different sections. In this part, we shall cover the section below the slider. In order to get the attention of your Site visitors you need to ensure you have a quality and appealing look for the entire front page. Thus, this section we shall […]

How to Add Posts Section in Typer With Elementor

In this section we shall look at the next part of adding a post section within the frontpage of your typer website. This is for users who decide to build their website from scratch without the need of having to import the demo. This section should host the posts from other categories. Users can also add other contents within the […]

How to create JetPopup forms with Elementor in Typer

In this tutorial users will now learn how to create forms with the Jet popup plugin. It does support all types of forms including signup forms, contact forms, Privacy policy and GDPR Forms. Users can create forms using Elementors’ drag and drop feature with various elements, set popup triggers and display location ,use various templates to different widgets and many […]

Site Speed optimizations in Typer

There are many reasons as to why you should speed up your website. Your site speed provides positive measures towards the visitors experience and also search engine rankings.  It is obvious that high load times will make your site’s bounce rate high too which will negatively harm your site’s ranking Google.  With this regard, Typer theme has taken various measures […]


Typer comes with some useful options to speed up your site loading times. Fast Loading Photos Lazy loading your images makes your site faster and this is available with Typer Pro. Typer Fast Loading Photos uses a progressive loading method that improves page load performance and aesthetics. How to customize? You can switch it on/off from WP admin – Customizer […]

Customizer overview

All the theme settings are found under WP admin – Appearance – Customizer – Typer options. Here you can find the following sections: Layout (check overview below); Site colors: Change the overall site colors, buttons colors and background; Typography: Choose from hundreds of Google Fonts for your text, headings and quotes; Footer: you can set here the copyright text; Header: […]

Overriding a file with the child theme

You can override the parent theme files by copying them to the child theme and making any changes as needed. To do this you will need to connect to your host via SFTP/FTP or via your hosts file browser. Note: If you do not know your details to connect via SFTP/FTP then please contact your host for assistance. Download your […]

Saving Customizer Settings(Import/Export)

If after performing an action such as the following: Switching Themes Renaming Theme Activating Child Theme You notice that Customizer settings are lost or changed. This happens because Customizer settings are saved based on the active theme name. We recommend to export customizer settings and keep a backup just in case. For example, if you have been working with the […]

Introduction to the child theme

Child themes allow you to make small or large changes to the parent theme’s design or structure in an update safe way. Any changes made in the Typer child theme override original files. To get started with using a child theme you’ll first need to have the Typer theme installed, then install and activate the child theme that comes bundled […]