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+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Readme ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

LB-Projects Theme has been developed by Lukas Bommes. LB-Projects and 
the LB-Projects logo are protected by copyright law. All rights reserved.

LB-Projects Theme is licensed under GNU General Public License v2.0
(more information available in license.txt)

You can get Support for the theme at my Homepage:

++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Setting up the theme +++++++++++++++++++++++++++

1. Usage of Templates

	This theme provides various template files for specific content. For example 
	a static homepage with an image slider and featured content, an email contact 
	form, an archive page and a guest book. Moreover a template for fullwidth 
	content is being offered. Using this template disables the sidebar on the 
	specific site and stretches the content to full width.

	For setting up a site template go to "Pages" -> "Add New" in the WordPress 
	backend. Enter a title and content (optional) and select one of the five 
	templates in the "Template"-selector in the box "Page Attributes". If the 
	attribute box is not being displayed, go to "Screen Options" in the upper 
	right corner and make sure, that the checkbox for the attribute box is checked. 
	Publish the page and add a link to your navigation to make the page accessible 
	for your visitors.

2. Setting up the header navigation

	By default all your pages will be displayed in the header navigation. To create 
	a custom menu go to "Appereance" -> "Menus" Enter a name for the menu and click 
	"Create Menu". Select the content that shuld be displayed in your navigation and 
	click "Save Menu". Now got to the selector "Theme Locations" on the left, select 
	the menu you created before and click "Save". Now your custom menu should be 
	displayed on the front end.

3. Using Widgets

	The Theme provides four widget areas, on in the sidebar and three in the website's 
	footer. Simply drag and drop the widget you want to show to the appropiate widget 
	area. You may also use one of the custom widgets to display a better tagcloud, 
	information about the author or recent posts.
4. Using custom Shortcuts

	The them offers a wide range of so calles shortcuts, that allow you to display 
	predefined context in your articles. For example you can put text into differently 
	colored boxes by writing [colorbox color="red"]...Text...[/colorbox] for a red box or 
	box [colorbox color="green"]...Text...[/colorbox] for a green box. You will find a 
	list and a description of all available shortsuts in this article on my homepage:

5. Theme Options

	After activating LB-Projects Theme you will be forwarded to the theme's option 
	panel, where you can edit various settings of the theme. Make sure to check every 
	single option and decide, how you want to configure your theme. Don not forget to 
	click "Save Changes" after finishing the setup. Click "Reset" to reset all changes.

	5.1. Breadcrumb

	If you check this option, a so called "breadcrumb navigation" is beeing isplayed, 
	that shows your current position on the website. This option is useful for big 
	intricated websites with a lot of content.

	5.2. Thumbnails

	Check this option to show the featured image for the post. This image can be set 
	in the edtiro under "Featured Image".

	5.3. Fixed Header

	Selscting this options makes the header stick to the top of the browsers viewport. 
	This increases the accessibility of the conentent in the header (e.g. the menu), 
	but also reduces the height of the active content. 

	5.4. Sidebar Position

	This Option allows you to change the floating of the sidebar. Checking this 
	options floats the sidebar to the right and the content to the left.

	5.5. Logo

	Input the URL to any image on your server or the Internet for displaying this 
	image as your logo in the website's header. The image should be 50 pixels 
	width an height.

	5.6. Custom Favicon

	If you want to add your own custom favicon (the image being displayed in the 
	browser's address bar), enter the URL of any 16 x 16 pixels big image in 
	the .ico or .png format.
	5.7. Google Analytics Code
	If you are using Google Analytics for your website, you have to enter a tracking 
	code, that will be assigned to your site's header. Put your tracking code into the 
	input field to automaticcaly assign it to your site.
	5.8. Custom CSS (advanced users)
	Use this option to add your own CSS Code to the theme. The CSS will be added to 
	the site's header. Use this option with care, otherwise you could break the design.
	5.9. Colors 
	Change the background colors of header and footer by selecting the colors on the 
	color wheels and check the option "Use custom colors" for enabling the colors. The 
	footer color will also be assigned to all accents on your site like links, hovered 
	elements, selctions, etc. If you want to change the background color, got to 
	"Appearence" -> "Background" ans select a color or a background image.
	5.10. Social Buttons
	Use these options to connect your website with social services like Facebook, 
	Googleplus or Twitter. Check the option "Display Social Buttons" and enter your 
	profile URLs of these services.
	5.11. Slideshow
	In this sectio you have the possibility to decide wheter to use the slideshow on 
	your static homepage or not. If you would like to use the slider, activate the 
	checkbox "Display Slideshow" and enter the image URLs, titles, links and texts of 
	each slider-image. Text, link and title are optional, but at least you have to 
	define a image URL. If you want to use less than 10 images, simply add the number 
	of images (e.g. 6), you want to be displayed.
	5.12. Featured Slider
	This Option allows you to add specific posts to a post slider on your static 
	homepage. Simply mark the post you want to be displayed in the slider as "featured 
	post" in the WordPress post editor in the meta box "Featured Post". You may also 
	define a custom title for the article in the slider. You can get further information 
	to this topic in this article:
	5.13. Search Form
	Select this option to disable the standard search form in the header. This option 
	could be useful, if you want to use the search widget in your sidebar instead of 
	the default search.
	5.14. About the Author
	Selecting this option displaya a box with the post authors meta information like his 
	name, biographical data, avatar, etc.
	5.15. Announcements
	Check this option to display the text, you added in the text field "Announcement Text"
	below. This text will be displayed in a yellow box on each page of your website. Use 
	this option to display important notices or announcements to your visitors.
	5.16. Footer Copyright Text
	Enter your own copyright or legacy notice into this textfield. It will replace the 
	default copyright notice displayed in the site's footer.
	5.17. Tagcloud
	Enabling this option shows a tagcloud in the website's footer, that shows your most 
	commonly used article tags.