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March 25, 2019 at 3:11 am #848872Lars
I’ve already changed to GP on one of my pages and am super happy with the result. The loading time went from 2 secs to 1,2 seconds just by changing the theme. However, that was a very simple page – and I know considering changing to GP for some of my more content heavy pages.
I’m currently using the Newspaper theme together with WpBakery there. I think I might be better off by changing to GP with i.e. Elementor. But as it’s a lot of work I’m looking to start by changing just the theme – and then changing the page builder in the next step.
I like how things look with Newspaper but I have a feeling it’s bloated and slows down the page.
So I would like to try to replicate some of the Newspaper look with GP – and then have the following questions:
– How do I change the menu styling – make the font bolder and bigger? I’ve tested with CSSHero but can’t seem to be able to target the menu.
– Any advice on “post grids”. Newspaper has a lot of them – and I’m mainly using a basic one that looks like this: https://www.dropbox.com/s/qcnjlzubt3vfiql/post-grid-newspaper-1.jpg?dl=0 and this: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0kz1ojdu6q6v5sz/newspaper-post-grid-2.jpg?dl=0. Is there a way to replicate this closely with GP?
– In the link field below I’ve linked to how a post looks like in Newspaper now – and am also wondering if you have any advice on how to make something similar in GP?
It, of course, does not need to be exactly the same. But I’m looking for something similar – and to make it in a lighter and faster theme like GP.
If someone can point me in the right direction for this I’ll get another license for GP and start experimenting with it.
LarsGeneratePress 2.2.2GP Premium 1.7.8March 25, 2019 at 4:48 am #848972DavidStaffCustomer Support
in Dashboard > Appearance > GeneratePress make sure you have the typography module activated. You can then go to Customizer > Typography > Primary Navigation and adjust your navigation from there.
We have this in our Site Library:
It uses the WP Show Posts plugin ( also by Tom ) and some custom CSS to create the various layouts you see. We don’t suggest installing this on a pre-built Site, although you can install it on a clean site and import your content etc.
GP Premium is a unlimited Site License so you can use the single license you own on as many sites a you like. No need to buy another license for your own use.
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