On the home page, you might have noticed a fancy looking slider. This comes built-in to Tango and can easily be controlled through the Slider admin page. Search through your pages and posts to find the ones you want to include in the slider, and customize away to your hearts content.
With the release of WordPress 3.4 came the introduction of the new theme customizer. It is an amazing feature that allows you to preview all your modifications to the theme options before going live with your changes.
Tango was built specifically for the theme customizer in mind so creating a unique site is as easy a making a few small selections. … Read more →
Tango was built to look amazing on any device. To see it in action, resize your browser window and you will see how things adjust accordingly. If you shrink it down to a handheld device width, you will see the mobile menu appear for easier navigation on any smart phone. Having a responsive website for… Read more →
Offering the greatest amount of control on a theme is what most people expect from a premium theme. That’s why I’ve included a new Custom CSS editor in Tango. Now you can style each element on your site so that it looks exactly how you want it to. If you are new to CSS, be… Read more →
This theme is based on the responsive grid layout boilerplate of the same name. It is built to look great on any device, from your desktop all the way down to your mobile phone. Resize the browser window to get an idea of how it will react.
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Tango offers seven different widgetized areas: the header area, the home page top area, two home page sidebars & two inner page sidebars and an extended footer. Right next to your site name is a widgetized area that is perfect for a search bar or ad banner. On the home page, one of the greatest… Read more →
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With Tango, you can easily set a page or post to display at full width. All you need to do is check the “Display at full width” option in the Layout panel on your edit scree in the admin. Once you have that option checked, the sidebars will disappear for that page or post. Just… Read more →