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Sprout & Spoon - A WordPress Theme for Food Bloggers

Beginning Basics: Getting Started with Sprout & Spoon Please note: This FAQ Article is specifically for the Sprout & Spoon theme. Whether you're brand new to WordPress or would just like a quick lesson on basic Sprout & Spoon theme features, you're in the right place! Below, ...

How do I add social media icons to Sprout & Spoon? Please note: This FAQ Article is specifically for the Sprout & Spoon theme. How do I add social media icons to my top-bar, footer & social widget? WordPress Dashboard ...

Sprout & Spoon's Category Index Shortcode Please note: This article is specifically for the Sprout & Spoon theme.  Sprout & Spoon includes a unique shortcode which allows you to display a number of posts from a particular category in a grid-like layout. Thi ...

Add Category Index to the Homepage or Blog in Sprout & Spoon Please note: This article is specifically for the Sprout and Spoon theme.  Sprout & Spoon offers a Category Index Shortcode which you can use to display beautiful rows of grid items highlightin ...

How to setup Sprout & Spoon's newsletter widget Please note: This article is specifically for the Sprout & Spoon theme.  Sprout & Spoon comes with custom CSS stylings for the "MailChimp for WordPress" plugin. This plugin allows you to insert a newsletter sign-up fo ...

Targeting text elements in Sprout & Spoon - Changing font family Please note: This article is specifically for the Sprout & Spoon theme Below, we've noted nearly all of Sprout & Spoon's text elements and how to target them with CSS in order to change their font-fami ...

Targeting text elements in Sprout & Spoon - Changing font size Please note: This article is specifically for the Sprout & Spoon theme. Would you like to change the font size of any of Sprout's text elements? Below, we've noted nearly all of the theme's text elements a ...

How do I change my theme's fonts? To change the theme's default fonts, we highly recommend using the WP Google Fonts plugin, which allows you to easily take advantage of the scores of type options provided by Google Fonts. To see all of the font options provi ...

How to create a static homepage & separate blog page By default, your homepage will also display your post feed, listing all of your latest posts for visitors to see. If you would like to instead have your homepage be a static page and your post feed display on a separate page, ...

How do I set up my navigation menu? HOW TO CREATE A NAVIGATION MENU: The basics: Navigate to WordPress Dashboard > Appearance > MenusFrom the drop-downs on the left, choose the content to add to your menu. Nest & position menu ite ...

How do I import the demo content? Important to note: To ensure all content is imported correctly, please be sure to have installed all of the required plugins that are noted at the top of your WP Dashboard when you first installed & activated the theme. A ...

How do I get the "Continue Reading" / "Read More" link in my posts? By default, your entire post will display on the homepage--sometimes this can make scrolling your homepage a bit lengthy! The "Continue Reading" or "Read More" button are a great option to implement if you'd like to ...

How do I add the "Continue Reading" link to posts in Sprout & Spoon? Please note: This FAQ Article is specifically for the Sprout & Spoon theme. The "Continue Reading" link in Sprout & Spoon is a wonderful tool-- It gives your s ...

How do I create a Contact Me page? First, please be sure that you have installed and activated the Contact Form 7 plugin. Creating the form On your WordPress Dashboard, navigate to Contact > Add New If you would like your contact form to display in En ...

How do I translate my theme to another language? Solo Pine's themes are written in English, though you are of course welcome to translate them to your language. While it's possible to go through each theme file and manually translate the appropriate text elements, we highly ...

Adding a category description to your category pages By default, your category pages will display the category title and your category posts (depending on the theme)-- yet no summary. If you'd like to add a bit of category description text on each of your category pages, it's q ...

Have homepage & archive pages display different post counts **To set the overall number of posts that display on both your homepage & archive pages in general, please check out this FAQ article.   If you'd like to have one number of posts display on your homepage and a differe ...

What are the ideal image dimensions to use in my theme? It's hard to define exact image dimensions for each theme as different people have different preferences for how their content will look. Based on each theme's demo site, we've tried to note the recommended image dimensions, ...

How do I update my theme with the latest version? Updating your theme to the latest version is sometimes necessary in order to apply bug fixes to your theme or even add additional features that may be available.  Please read through the following instructions carefully ...

How to add a little logo image to menu If you'd like to add a little logo image to your menu, we recommend installing & activating the plugin called Nav Menu Images. This plugin allows you to insert an image as a menu item within your top-bar navigation menu. We'l ...

How to determine a post, page, or category ID Every time a post, page, or category is created, WordPress assigns it a unique ID number. Identifying an ID is quite simple. In this tutorial, we will be determining a post's ID, though the steps are the same for pages and ca ...

How do I set the number of posts to display on my homepage? You can manually set the maximum number of blog posts to appear on your homepage by going to: WordPress Dashboard > Settings > Reading > choose desired number next to the "Blog pages show at most" option > Save ...

How do I enable/disable comments on my posts and pages? Our themes hook into WordPress's comment system. To enable/disable the ability for your visitors to post comments, you can follow these steps. The procedure is the same for both Pages and individual Posts.    &nbs ...

Add a "Read More" link to your "About Me" widget The About Me widget, often placed in a sidebar, can be a great little tool to welcome visitors to your site and introduce yourself. The widget area is a bit small, though, if you'd like to write a substantial amount of text. ...

How to find your purchase code How do I find my theme's ThemeForest purchase code? You will need your ThemeForest purchase code in order to open up a support ticket. Each purchase code is a unique string of letters and numbers to verify that your t ...

How do I set up my Author Box? If the feature is enabled within the Customizer, an Author Box will appear at the bottom of your posts to give credit to whoever penned the article. Author Boxes feature a little biographic blurb about the author as well as a ...

Solo Pine Referrals // Share the love, earn some cash! Did you know you can earn money each time you refer someone to Solo Pine? Sign up for Creative Market's Partner Program and/or Envato's Affiliate Program. They'll provide you with a unique code to add to the end of a URL. ...

Why is Facebook pulling in the wrong image when I share my post? If the wrong image (or no image at all) is being pulled in when your post is shared on Facebook, it's often an easy fix! First, please ensure you've assigned a Featured Image to your post. A Featured Image is a representati ...

Error: Theme is missing the style.css stylesheet When attempting to install a theme on WordPress for the first time, you may experience an error message stating: "The package could not be installed. The theme is missing the style.css stylesheet. Theme install failed." No ...

Theme Support Coverage FAQs Purchasing one of our theme licenses from ThemeForest provides you with six months free technical support included in the price. This is to ensure you have a helping hand while getting started with your Solo Pine theme and so ...

Add an image to your About Me widget To add an image to your "About Me" widget, you will first want to ensure that the image is hosted online. This means that it has a URL which WordPress can use to link it into the widget. The easiest way to do this would ...

What fonts are used in my theme's demo logo image? Your theme will have a default logo image which appears at the top of the site. You can replace this logo image by navigating to your theme's Customizer area and uploading your preferred image to the "Logo & Header" sett ...

Creating additional WordPress Users You may find that you'd like to create additional WordPress Users which can log into your WordPress Dashboard for a variety of reasons. For example, to contribute in writing posts or to troubleshoot technical issues you' ...

How do I add a Featured Image? What is a Featured Image? A Featured Image is a representative picture for your post which is used in a number of areas & functions, like on the homepage, post page, related post areas, recent post widgets, featured area sli ...

Inserting columns into your posts or pages Most of our themes use WordPress's standard post editor when adding and styling content within your post or page. By default, WordPress doesn't have an easy way to create clean columns within your content area so that im ...