FourKnot is a 4 Columns Responsive HTML5 WordPress Theme. This WP Theme include 600+ Google Webfonts, unlimited custom color choice, advertisement options, featured sliders, featured sidebar category, social links and submit button and many more built-in features. If you’re looking for a content wise theme for WordPress then this WP Theme will suit you. With Four Columns width layout, you can input as many content and posts into your website.
Other than that, this WP Theme also fully Responsive and mobile friendly. you could test them out in your mobile device such as ipad or iphone.
– Logo and Favourite icon uploads in theme options
– 600+ Google Web Fonts to choose from
– Built in social sharing buttons
– Unlimited Color Choices for header, sidebar, footer and links
– Featured Slider *can be turn off or on
– Sidebar Featured Category
– 6 Banner advertisement placement in sidebar
– Google Adsense or any embed advertisement code in top header, sidebar, single post top and bottom
– WordPress Built-in Custom Header and Menu Supported
– Localization Ready ( mo and po file inside language folder )
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- initial release
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- initial release
in the theme the iamges are showing up from the posts. id there any option to have the omages certify at right of the each new item?
Ronald I love this theme. It has worked well. But does it have the option to place a splash page or static page on the front that doesn’t change? I mean a “Page that is full and not connected with the rest? I’ve tried and tried to get it to show up on the front page and now wonder if maybe this template does not support that.
the theme had full width and two columns template include. if you edit pages, check right meta box page templates->choose full width or two columns.
Hi, using Fourknot and I really like the look of it but my categories menu stopped working long ago. I tried changing themes and still doesn’t work, went to WordPress support and a zillion other people said they had the same problem. I’ve deactivated all plug-ins but it doesn’t work, changed it from dropdown to regular menu, still no dice. Takes me to that 404 Error notification. This time decided I MUST fix it.
did you edit htaccess recently? try resave permanlink in wp-admin->setting->permalink.
if still not work, backup your .htaccess, delete it from server ftp and re-save the permanlink again so it re-create new .htaccess.
be sure to backup the original first since it may have some other htaccess rules.
Thanks, I really appreciate it. I just got through reading the entire source for that page trying to figure it out. Interesting.
Question: I read above that if I purchase the developer version I have Premium Support. So far I’m happy with what I have but I once logged into something here that had a video with instructions. Is that included in the Premium? I thought the premium was just for more than one web site. I was kind of disappointed I couldn’t find it again.
But to answer your question no, didn’t edit anything.
Ron, I went and did it and it worked. I have asked SO MANY PEOPLE including the forum what to do and then gave up, and then tried again. I am SO HAPPY! Thank you SO MUCH! I can hardly believe it is working!
glad it sorted out, sometime if you activate some plugin, it overwrite the htaccess and damage it. resave or recreate will fix it as expected.
hi, where a category page that i can edit?
its the archive.php
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I’m new to the blog world but I’m trying to get started and
create my own. Do you need any html coding knowledge to make your own blog?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
yes and yes to both question. there’s lot of html and wordpress books you can read on..
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