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Archi Corp WordPress Theme 37620

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WordPress Theme 37620 is specifically a WordPress 3.x Theme that was composed by our webmaster artist Butterfly.

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Archi Corp WordPress Theme 37620 has a width of 1980 pixels and is available in the following sources: .PSD, .PHP, and this theme is widgetized. Software required includes Winzip 9+ (Windows) or Stuffit Expander 10+ (Mac) for uncompressing .zip files, Adobe Photoshop CS+, Apache Server, Hosting Requirements: PHP 5.2.4 or higher, MySQL 5.0 or higher, and Apache mod_rewrite module, WordPress 3.3.1, and Hosting Requirements: PHP 5.3 or higher, MySQL 5.0 or higher, and the mod_rewrite Apache module. It has had a total of total of 11 downloads since it first appeared.

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  • kc horner
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I would like to see if this theme will work with my logo. I need to change my colors to fit this theme. Can you tell me the orange used in the logo? thanks
  • Bigwebmaster
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The orange used in the logo is a gradient that ranges between two colors. On the bottom part of the logo the orange color is #fd5e26 and at the top of the logo the orange variant is #fc8c64. Hope that helps :)
  • adam
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The slide show for the theme, is this customizable? I'm looking to have 6 photos instead of the 4 that are displayed.
  • Bigwebmaster
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Yes, absolutely. You can easily make the slideshow rotate through 6 photos instead of 4. It is all done with the JavaScript jQuery platform, all you need to do is add more "slides" or pictures into the slider class in the HTML file. However, the more difficult part is that it is showing 4 thumbs on the right to click quickly to a photo. If you put 6 into the rotation, you can still only have 4 thumbs showing unless you modify the template to show more thumbs. So basically its very easy to add more photos to the rotation, not so easy to add more thumbs as that will require you to re-design that part of the template to show more than 4 at a single time. Alternatively you could get rid of those thumbs on the right, make the slide a bit bigger, and then at anytime you could have any number of slides to rotate through that you could easily change whenever you like. If you keep the thumbs like they are, you could for instance have the slideshow rotate through 100 images, but you would still only have 4 thumbs to quickly click to on the right. Hope that all makes sense!
  • Adam
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how can i remove the content area 2, content area 3, content area 4, and footers 1-4? I would like to shorten the layout by a lot.
  • Bigwebmaster
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That will require you to edit the template directly. You can do this one of two ways. The first is to login to your WP admin area and then goto:

Appearance -> Editor

In that editor simply make sure you have the right theme selected on the top right, and then click on the file you wish to edit.

The second way to do this is to login via FTP and edit the files in the

wp-content/themes

folder and then go into the folder for your theme that you uploaded and edit files directly in there. If you still need further help, in your template download e-mail there are links to tutorials. Once you goto that link click on the WordPress tutorial area and you will find all sorts of tutorials that you might find useful for you to customize your template further.
  • Joe Tall
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How do I change the logo? I cannot find the file anywhere, is that just text?
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Hi Joe!

The logo file is located here:

wp-content/themes/theme1449/images/logo.png

So when you FTP into your website overwrite that file with the logo file you want to use that is in another PNG format. Let me know if that helps! Thanks!

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