This theme is built on the very powerful S5 Vertex Framework, which comes packed with amazing features! Learn More About Vertex...
Every theme built on Vertex also comes with its own unique theme specific options applicable to that particular theme such as highlight colors, social icons, and much more. These features are in addition to the standard functions of Vertex, and are still controlled through the very user friendly interface of Vertex. This page will document the features specific to this theme.
Theme Specific Configuration Interface of VertexBelow is a screenshot that shows all the theme specific features available in the user friendly Vertex admin:
Custom Highlight ColorsStylize your site with any color you want. Set your own custom color scheme with the built in highlight color. These colors control menu items, titles, buttons, hover over effects, backgrounds, and more. You can set this color to any color that you want. Below is an example so you can see how this works. In addition to these color options, Vertex itself is loaded with background color and images options under the Main / Layout page in the theme configuration.
Custom Highlight FontChoose a custom highlight font powered by Google fonts. This font is used mostly on titles, buttons, labels and more. This is used in conjunction with the default site font which is controlled under the Main / Styling tab in the Vertex theme configuration, and controls many other elements as well.
Uppercase LettersChoose to enable or disable uppercase letters on most menu items, buttons, titles and more.
Menu Style: Columns or StandardThis feature allows you to choose between the standard horizontal layout of the flex menu or column version. If you choose the column version you need to add a menu item spacer where you want each column to break. Create an external menu item link with a CSS class of "spacerlink" set to it. Then just place the spacer where you desire the menu items to break and create columns. Lastly be sure to enter a column width in the "theme specific" area of Vertex:
Demo - Column Menu
Demo - Standard Menu