Support » Theme: Preference Lite » How to use this feature!?

  • Resolved calindan


    Hey Styled,

    I’m not a WordPress newbie, though I’m clueless when it comes to coding. But for the life of me can’t figure out the way to use the page pictures feature you have on the demo page:

    I might be mistaken on what these are, but I would appreciate the help to incorporate them on my website.

    Thanks a million!

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  • I have to be a little more specific, sorry.

    I tried Text widget, Image widget, and others… but still, the Bottom 1,2,3 and 4 don’t show up anywhere on my website.

    Theme Author Styled Themes


    First, sorry for late reply… for some reason your post did not show up for me earlier. Anyway, A quick tutorial for you…

    I made the home page using the “Full Width Page Template”. Then for the front page widgets that you are referring to, drag a text widget into the Bottom 1 widget position and title it to what you want. To help you out, the demo site’s first widget titled as “Built on WordPress 3.5”, the code in the widget is:

    <p><img src="" width="265" height="180" alt="gallery1tn" class="imageborder" style="display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;" />
    <p>Yes, the Preference theme was designed and built on WordPress 3.5 to take advantage of the newest and greatest features that comes with it. Plus, you can use popular plugins as well!</p>

    Repeat the process for any additional widgets, but add the next to Bottom 2, Bottom 3, etc.

    Thanks a lot mate.. really appreciate it.

    One last thing if you have the time; is it possible to change the color of the border I outlined in this picture: ???

    Thanks again! Have a great Sunday!

    Theme Author Styled Themes


    Ah…. the widget changes…you may want to consider my Pro version of Preference because it handles custom widgets (for any widget), but if you still want to use the Lite version, the style location of that is around line 975 in the style.css file that looks like this:

    /* Module style 1 */
    .modline-outer {
    	border-top:1px solid #78a5b6;
    	border-bottom:1px solid #78a5b6;
    .modline-inner {
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