Pine is free minimalist WordPress portfolio theme created for people who want to show their work on simple and creative way. Pine is made for a freelancers, designers or smaller agencies who are looking for elegant, professional and minimal look.
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README.md

Pine

Installation


Installing this theme is pretty easy. After download you should have a pine.zip (compressed file with all folders and files of this theme).

Installation

You can use WordPress Admin Panel to install this theme or do it manually.

WordPress Admin Panel
  1. Go to Appearance > Themes
  2. Click on Add New
  3. Click on Upload Theme
  4. Choose the pine.zip file
  5. Click on Install Now
Manually ( FTP )
  1. Exctract the pine.zip
  2. Using an FTP client or Control Panel to access your host web server and upload pine folder to the wp-content/themes

Activate the theme

After installation you can click on Activate or:

  1. Go to Appearance > Themes
  2. Hover over the Pine screenshot and click on Activate

Adapting existing content


If you already have menus and widgets on the website, you need to do this after finishing the theme activation process:

  1. Go to Appearance > Menus and update theme locations
  2. Go to Appearance > Widgets and add old widgets to new sidebars

If you already have uploaded images on the website, you should regenerate thumbnails. To do that you can install Regenerate Thumbnails plugin.

If you didn't use featured images you can install the Easy Add Thumbnail plugin to dinamically set featured images for old published posts.

Customization


Customizer

To open WordPress Customizer go to Appearance > Customize. There you will find the following sections:

Header

Set the site title and tagline, choose what to display in header (logo or site title and tagline).

Footer

Add, modify, reorder or remove social buttons.

Layouts

Choose what layout will be displayed globaly and on specific pages (blog, post, archive, category, search, 404 and default page).

Colors

Choose a color scheme.

Background

Change background color and/or set a background image.

Navigation

Select which custom menu to use on the site.

Front

Choose whether to display a static page or your latest posts on the front page.

Widgets

Add, modify, reorder and remove widgets in the theme’s designated widget areas.

File structure

In this theme we are using a default WordPress template hierarchy.

/admin/ - Admin panel files.

/css/ - Style(CSS) files.

/inc/ - Includes stuff that are non-standard to WordPress.

/js/ - Theme javascript files.

/source/ - Source less and javascript files.

Images

/img/layout/404-bg.jpg

License

All contents of this theme are licensed under the GNU General Public License v2 or later, except Bootstrap which is licensed under the MIT license, Isotope which is licensed under GNU General Public License license v3, Masonry which is licensed under the MIT license, background-check which is licensed under the MIT license and FontAwesome which is licensed under the SIL Open Font License.

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