Tradent Cryptocurrency : Theme Options

Theme Options

Tradent Cryptocurrency has an advanced Framework Options panel that is loaded with options. We have the options organized into logical tabbed sections, each option has a description of what it will do on the front end. Because of the sizable amount of options Tradent Cryptocurrency provides, we cannot go over them in full detail here in our documentation.

We encourage you to please take some time and navigate through each tab to see what we offer. Go to Appearance > Tradent Options in your WordPress admin dashboard to access the theme Options panel. You can also backup your theme options by clicking on the Backup tab. That is a great way to move your custom options from site to site.

General Options

Site Header : Select default header.

Site Footer : Select default footer.

Site Loader : Enable or Disable to show the site loader.

Style Picker : Enable or Disable to show the style picker in your pages.

Globally Show Page Comments : Enable or Disable to show comments on all the pages. This will globally override your “Allow comments” option under your page “Discussion” settings.

Show all pages in Pagination : Enable or Disable to show all the pages instead of dots near the current page.

Google Map API Key : Put a valid google account API key here.

Mailchimp API Key : Put a valid mailchimp account API key here.

A breadcrumb navigation provide links back to each previous page the user navigated through, and shows the user’s current location in a website

  • Choose a predefined theme skin, a predefined color scheme or set a custom primary color.
  • Appearance > Tradent Options > Layout > Breadcrumb Options

Show Breadcrumb : Enable or Disable to display breadcrumb for all pages.

Breadcrumb Delimiter : Choose delimiter style to display on breadcrumb section.

Breadcrumb Style : Choose alignment style to display on breadcrumb section.

Position : Choose position of breadcrumb section.

Background : Choose background options for breadcrumb title section.

Post Options

Post – Single Post customization

  • Post Single – Here you can show / hide ‘Author Box’ (contains author details) and ‘Posts Comments’.
  • Post Archives – Choose any one of the available layout types. Also you can choose the archive page layout (without sidebar, left sidebar, right sidebar) and post layout (1 column, 2 column, 3 column)
  • Archives and Single Post Options – Here you control the displaying of ‘Post Format’, ‘Author’, ‘Date’, ‘Comment’, ‘Category’ and ‘Tag’.

404 Options

Options relating to Error 404 page

  • Enable Message – You can choose enable/disable for 404 message.
  • Template Style – Choose the style of not-found template page.
  • Custom Page – Choose the page for not-found content.
  • Background Image – Upload an image for not-found page’s background.

Under Construction Options

Options relating to the under construction page

  • Enable Message – You can enable or disable the page content for the under construction page.
  • Template Style – Choose the style of coming soon template..
  • Custom Page – Choose the page for comingsoon content.
  • Show Launch date – Enable/ Disable to show launch date text.
  • Launch date – Put Format: 12/30/2016 12:00:00 month/day/year hour:minute:second
  • UTC Timezone – select the appropriate timezone.
  • Background Image – Upload an image for coming soon page’s background.

Widget Area Options

Widget Area – To create custom widget areas

A WordPress Widget is a small block that performs a unique function. Widgets can then be added to widget-ready areas of the theme called widget sections. Tradent Cryptocurrency has some pre-made widget sections and also allows you to create an unlimited amount of custom widget sections.

You can create custom widget areas and you can assign it to any post, pages,….

Sociable Options

Social icons

Aagan includes a wide range of social icons that can be used in several locations on your site. All social icons are CSS based font icons which ensure that they are high quality, and can be configured using the available options. Continue reading below to learn more about how to set up the social icons, how to customize different settings, and how to display and integrate them.

Site Sociable

To set up social icons, right top corner, navigate Appearance > Tradent Options > Sociable > Site Sociable and set up links for social profiles. Note: Each external link should always start with http://!

The Social Media tab in Theme Options is where you will insert your custom social media links for each network you want to display. The URL’s you enter on this tab will apply to the social icons in the header, footer or social sharing box.

Hooks Options

Hooks : Here you can add HTML content and Shortcode.

  • Top – You can choose enable/disable for Top hook.
  • Content Before – You can choose enable/disable for Content Before hook.
  • Content After – You can choose enable/disable for Content After hook.
  • Bottom – You can choose enable/disable for Bottom hook.

Custom Fonts

Click Add New Font Button to add Custom font name & urls.

Privacy and Cookies

In this tab you can customize your Privacy and Cookies option for comment form, mailchimp contact forms and login forms.

You can create Cookie Consent Message with the option of Cookie Message Bar with Message, Message Bar Position.

And You can create any number of buttons/links for your message bar with Add New Button option.

And also you can enable or disable Modal Window with privacy and cookie info Instead of displaying the default content set custom content yourself.

As the new privacy law — the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) — is about to come into effect, The privacy policy is one of the most essential legal requirements for websites.

Even if you just have a small business or a blog with no income at all, you might be surprised to discover that you still need a privacy policy.

Basically, if your website collects personal data, you need a privacy policy that informs your users about this according to privacy laws in most jurisdictions, including the EU and the US.

Almost all modern websites function with the use of cookies, so chances are high that your website is collecting personal data, for example for statistical, functional or marketing purposes.

A privacy policy is a document that states what personal data you collect from your users, why, and how you keep it private.

The purpose of the privacy policy is to inform your users about how their data is being handled.

Hence, the privacy policy should be accessible for your users and kept in a plain and readable language.

Most countries have privacy laws requiring that websites collecting personal data have a proper privacy policy in place.

Failure to comply can result in heavy fines and even prosecution.

Personal data is information that can identify an individual, either directly or when combined with other data.

Names, e-mails, addresses, localisation, IP-addresses, photos, and account information all are directly identifying data.

Health information, income, religion and cultural profiles and the like is also personal data.

Furthermore, and crucial in the present context, data on user behaviour is also personal. Cookies can track and register individual users’ browsing activities, like what articles they scroll past and which ones they choose to click on.

If your website collects personal data, you need a privacy policy.

Most websites collect user data. Often, it happens without the website owner even being aware of it, by means of cookies.

If your website is hosted, or if you use plugins, social media-buttons, analytics tools and the like on your website, then it does set cookies and collect user data.

With the enforcement of the GDPR and the EU ePrivacy regulation, a proper privacy policy is adamant for websites in the EU and websites that have EU-citizens amongst their users.

Cookies usually are the trickiest part of making your website compliant with regulations for privacy and data protection.

Most of the other data collection activities going on in connection to your website are both static and visible: The contact form or newsletter-subscription only changes if you actively make changes to it, and the user is aware of giving personal information when they chose to fill them out.

Cookies, on the other hand, operate in the background.

They are quietly dropped on the user’s computer without the user (or sometimes even the website owner, for that sake) being aware of what is going on.

Once dropped, the cookies can collect a lot of different types of data for any given length of time, and send this data out ‘into the world’.

Moreover, cookies are numerous and dynamic, tending to change often.

The General Data Protection Regulation requires that the communication about the use of data is both specific and accurate.

This means, in practice, that whereas the remainder of the privacy policy may be a static document, the section on cookies should be updated fairly regularly.

Privacy Policy

In case you deal with any EU customers/visitors these options allow you to make your site GDPR compliant.

Append a privacy policy message to your comment form? – Check to append a message to the comment form for unregistered users. Commenting without consent is no longer possible.

Message below comment form – A short message that can be displayed below forms, along with a checkbox, that lets the user know that he has to agree to your privacy policy in order to send the form.

Append a privacy policy message to mailchimp contact forms? – Check to append a message to all of your mailchimp forms.

Message below mailchimp subscription forms – A short message that can be displayed below forms, along with a checkbox, that lets the user know that he has to agree to your privacy policy in order to send the form.

Append a privacy policy message to your login forms? – Check to append a message to the default login and registrations forms.

Message below login forms – A short message that can be displayed below forms, along with a checkbox, that lets the user know that he has to agree to your privacy policy in order to send the form.

Make your site comply with the EU cookie law by informing users that your site uses cookies.

You can also use the field to display a one time message not related to cookies if you are using a plugin for this purpose or do not need to inform your customers about the use of cookies.

Cookie Message Bar – Here you can enable cookie consent message bar.

Message – Here you can provide a message which indicates that your site uses cookies.

Message Bar Position Here you can choose Where on the page should the message bar appear? Like Top / Bottom / Top Left Corner / Top Right Corner / Bottom Left Corner / Bottom Right Corner.

You can create Cookie Consent Message with the option of Cookie Message Bar with Message, Message Bar Position.

Buttons

Buttons -You can create any number of buttons/links for your message bar with Add New Button option.

Model Window Custom Content – Here you can enable or disable Modal Window with privacy and cookie info Instead of displaying the default content set custom content yourself.

Backup Options : Backup & Restore Options

Backup Options these options allow you to backup and restore your custom settings and options. These options also allow you to transfer Theme Options data from site to site.

  • Backup Options => helps you to take backup of current Designthemes Framework settings.
  • Restore Options => helps you to restore Designthemes Framework settings from last backup.

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