Load minified styles
The theme provides a normal unminified CSS stylesheet
and a minified version
By default you should never edit the source files of the theme, but professional studios and developers may want to access a tidy CSS version, so the unminified version is loaded by default.
This allows a quicker inspection to edit (or better, copy to the child theme and edit) the styles.
While, normally, for a great performance improvement you should enable the Minified styles option, to load a much smaller file and allow faster page rendering.
The theme's css is generated via SCSS, so if you are a developer you can create a custom styling by starting from our modular SCSS files located in
Please note that this aspect is not part of the support, and any change done to the source file, SCSS compiling or similar actions are not part of the supportnor of the documentation, so you should be very well aware of wha tyou are doing here, as we can't help with this.
The minified havascript is
This theme allows to edit the permalinks, but you may want to be extremely sure about what you are doing here.
Bad settings can jam your site and making it unreachable.
You can change the "slug" (the portion of the URL for a specific content) to match your specific requirements, but it needs to satisfy certain requirements:
- Only numbers, letters, underscore and dashes.
- No other symbols
- No accent letters
- Only ltain characters are allowed
- It needs to be unique
- You cannot use "system" slugs like "post" or "wp-admin" or similar.
- You cannot have other pages using the same slug
After changing the slug for a specific post type, remember to visit the page Settings > Permalink and click "save", otherwise your contents will lead to a 404 errors page.