Options for Twenty Seventeen

Description

Options for Twenty Seventeen

This plugin adds the following modification options to WordPress default Twenty Seventeen theme …

  • Fixes various issues that arrise when using a YouTube header video
  • Fixes jumpy parallax effect in IE11
  • Change the max width of the whole page.
  • Add a border to the whole page.
  • Remove link underlines.
  • Change the width of the site’s header.
  • Remove the header video play / pause button.
  • Automatically fix the YouTube full width, responsive and play / pause button bugs.
  • Remove the grey gradient background from the bottom of the cover image.
  • Remove the grey header background.
  • Force the cover image to retain its aspect ratio.
  • Change the width of the main menu.
  • Remove the main menu padding.
  • Increase the main menu link padding.
  • Change the colours in the main menu.
  • Remove the main menu scroll down arrow.
  • Change the width of the site’s content.
  • Add the Blog Sidebar to pages.
  • Reduce the space at the top of the content below the navigation.
  • Align and style the Page, Post and Archive titles.
  • Reduce the space below page titles.
  • Change the width of the site’s footer.
  • Change the color of the footer (background, titles, text, links).
  • Remove the “Proudly powered by WordPress” text displayed in the website footer and replace with content of widget sidebar.
  • Shortcode [social-links] to show the social network menu in your content.

… and the following options for users who have upgraded the plugin …

  • Enable featured images on front page section blog.
  • Add “Back to top” links.
  • Fix the “Back to top” link to the bottom right of the browser window.
  • Remove “Parallax” effect on front page section featured images.
  • Force blog and search pages to display as one column.
  • Add more sections to your static front page.
  • Add anchor links to static front page sections into your menus.
  • Auto excerpts of posts on home page and archive pages.
  • Reset Tag Cloud widget styles to defaults.
  • Add a widget sidebar to the header area.
  • Hide YouTube video until loaded.
  • Pause YouTube video on user scroll.
  • Add a Nivo Slider to replace the cover image on the front page.
  • Move or copy the site logo to the main menu
  • Animate the site logo in the main menu
  • Move the main menu to the top of the custom header.
  • Align the navigation menu items to the centre or right.
  • Align the navigation logo to the left, centre or right.
  • Hide the Blog Sidebar widget area for small screens.
  • Match the height of the Blog Sidebar and main content.
  • Change the width of the Primary Content area.
  • Change the width of the gap between the Primary Content area and the Blog Sidebar.
  • Swap around the Primary Content area and the Blog Sidebar.
  • Move post featured image into content area.
  • Hide post featured images on archive pages.
  • Hide post dates.
  • Remove post author from posts.
  • Remove “Category:” and “Tag:” from Archive titles.
  • Add a third or fourth footer widget sidebar.
  • Make the social menu links square.
  • Colour the social menu links with their brand colours.
  • Hide featured images on single posts and pages

A quick note from the author:

“Thank you everyone for your support! We had no idea how much you wanted this plugin! We’ve created Options for Twenty Seventeen to make our lives easier when helping clients modify their default WordPress theme. Lots of people use Twenty Seventeen probably because there can’t be a more supported theme than one that’s provided by the WordPress developers! So our mission was to create a plugin that allows easy customisation without any need for HTML, CSS, JavaScript or PHP knowledge whilst at the same time not making ANY changes to the theme iteself or requiring a child theme (although child themes are supported). What does this mean? It means that the WordPress wizards can make changes to the theme and you can run updates without losing your modifications.

We’d like to thank eveyone who has reported issues or suggested changes using the Support link above or by emailing us direct … this plugin becomes even better because of you! We’d especially like to thank anyone who upgrades. Your money allows us to continue doing what we do 🙂

Keep the feedback coming!”

Screenshots

  • General Options
  • Header Options
  • Nav Options
  • Content Options
  • Content Options
  • Content Options
  • Footer Options

Installation

Easily use this plugin to modify WordPress default Twenty Seventeen theme …

1) Install “Options for Twenty Seventeen” automatically or by uploading the ZIP file.
2) Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress.
3) Find the additional features by clicking “Customize” in the “Appearance” admin menu.

FAQ

I’ve upgraded but it won’t activate?

THANK YOU! Your upgrade helps us to continue to do what we do. If you have already paid and your upgrade won’t activate, please contact us so that we can investigate 🙂

Why can’t I change the fonts?

Changing fonts in a WordPress theme is not a customisation that is limited to Twenty Seventeen. There are loads of plugins out there already that specifically do this already. We use TK Google Fonts for example.

Reviews

Well done!

This plugin is a very senseful extension to the well supported WordPress Theme. It cracks the right limitations of the original Theme to make it really universal.

Fantastic Theme and Plugin

Great look, great features, great functionality, great support – what more needs to be said? Twenty Seventeen is one of the best WordPress Themes available – period.

Excellent plugin!

This excellent plugin allows to customize and to tweak the Twenty Seventeen theme through clear and well documented customizer options. This makes it much easier to customize a page than fiddling around with clumsy custom css, at least for me.

The only “problem” of this plugin is that it has so many great options and features. That triggers constantly my appetite for still more!

Fortunately, the developper encourages the plugin users to send him feature requests, which I did a few minutes ago on the support forums. Now eagerly awaiting his reaction…

Read all 5 reviews

Contributors & Developers

“Options for Twenty Seventeen” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

“Options for Twenty Seventeen” has been translated into 2 locales. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.

Translate “Options for Twenty Seventeen” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

1.5.6

  • Option to remove main menu padding
  • Option to increase main menu link padding
  • Option to align the logo in the main menu

1.5.5

  • Added a free trial of the premium options
  • Bug fixes

1.5.4

  • Added option to remove link underlines
  • Bug fix

1.5.3

  • Increased title maximum font sizes
  • Disabled “Full Cover Image” when using a YouTube video in the header
  • Bug fixes

1.5.2

  • Added option to hide post featured images on archive pages
  • Fix jumpy parallax effect in IE11
  • Bug fix

1.5.1

  • Added option to enable featured images on front page section blog
  • Added option to turn on front page section parallax effect on mobiles
  • Added option to fix the “Back to top” link to the bottom right of the browser window

1.5.0

  • Added option to hide YouTube video until loaded
  • Added option to pause YouTube video on user scroll

1.4.9

  • Hide featured images on single posts and pages
  • Auto detect and fix YouTube play / pause button bug
  • Fixed nav and footer width issue by changing em to rem
  • Bug fix

1.4.8

  • Created drop down options for width of page, header, nav, content and footer
  • Auto detect and fix responsive YouTube header CSS

1.4.7

  • Option for fourth footer widget sidebar
  • Auto detect and fix full width YouTube header CSS

1.4.6

  • More bug fixes … sorry!

1.4.5

  • Various bug fixes

1.4.4

  • Added [social-links] shortcode to show the social network menu in your content
  • Added ability for plugin to work with Twenty Seventeen during a Live Preview

1.4.3

  • Added option to move or copy the site logo to the main menu
  • Added option to animate the logo in the main menu on scrollop

1.4.2

  • Added option to hide Blog Sidebar on small screens
  • Bug fixes

1.4.1

  • Bug fixes

1.4

  • Added option for “Front Page Sections” box in admin Menus panel

1.3.9

  • Option to move the main menu to the top of the custom header
  • Bug fixes

1.3.8

  • Option to change footer title, text and link colours
  • Option to remove the header video play / pause button
  • Option to remove the main menu scroll down arrow
  • Bug fix

1.3.7

  • Option for third footer widget sidebar
  • Option to change footer background colour
  • Options to remove letter spacing from titles

1.3.6

  • Added option to reduce margin below page titles
  • Bug fixes

1.3.5

  • Entire plugin should now be localised and ready to be translated

1.3.4

  • Make social menu links square
  • Colour social menu links with their brand colours

1.3.3

  • Option to disable parallax effect on front page section featured images
  • One Column layout for blog and search pages
  • Back to top links on all pages

1.3.2

  • Function added to detect unique static front page panel section ids
  • More comprehensive activation failure notice

1.3.1

  • Changed anchor links on static front page sections to page slugs
  • Added option to include “Back to top” links on static front page sections
  • Bug fixes

1.3

  • Bug fix

1.2.9

  • Bug fixes

1.2.8

  • Moved front page section anchor to section title
  • Added smooth scrolling to anchor links
  • Added option to hide post dates
  • Added styling options for Page, Post and Archive titles

1.2.7

  • Added option to increase number of sections to the static front page
  • Added anchor links to static front page sections in menu editor

1.2.6

  • Added options to modify width and colour of website container border
  • Bug fixes

1.2.5

  • Added option to modify the navigation link background hover colour
  • Bug fix

1.2.4

  • Added option to reduce space between navigation and content
  • Page and post titles now align independently
  • Bug fixes

1.2.3

  • Align Page, Post and Archive titles to the centre or right
  • Remove Category: and Tag: from Archive titles
  • Added the ability upgrade the plugin
  • Bug fixes

1.2.2

  • Added the ability to remove the author from posts
  • Added the ability to move the featured image into the post content
  • Added the ability to reset Tag Cloud widget styles to defaults
  • Added the ability to display automatic post excerpts on home and archive pages
  • Bug fixes

1.2.1

  • Added some general layout options
  • Grouped the options into easier categories
  • Bug fixes

1.2

  • Added a dismissible notice for those feeling generous
  • Modified the default header image to match the new logo
  • Bug fixes

1.1.9

  • Support for the new Privacy Policy Page setting with Site Info Sidebar
  • Theme Options – Page Layout menu remains in Customizer

1.1.8

  • Option to change current item navigation link colour
  • Option to change width of Primary Content area
  • Option to change width of gap between Primary Content area and Blog Sidebar
  • Option to swap position of Primary Content area and Blog Sidebar
  • Bug fixes

1.1.7

  • Plugin now only works when Twenty Seventeen is active
  • Admin notice when wrong theme active
  • Option to match height of content and Blog Sidebar
  • Right aligned navigation submenus aligned to left
  • Bug fixes

1.1.6

  • Option to remove grey header background
  • Option to align navigation menu items

1.1.5

  • Option to add the Blog Sidebar to pages
  • Settings link on Plugins page
  • Bug fix

1.1.4

  • Bug fix

1.1.3

  • New footer site info widget sidebar

1.1.2

  • Removable header gradient

1.1.1

  • New header widget sidebar
  • Bug fixes

1.1

  • Integration with Nivo Slider
  • Sanitization of options
  • Bug fixes

1.0

  • First version of the plugin