Adding a logo
You can add an image logo to your Chapters header space very easily by navigating to your “Appearance > Theme Options” in your WordPress backend and select the “General Settings” tab. Then click on the “Upload” button under the Custom Logo header.
Navigate to your “Appearance > Theme Options” in your WordPress backend and select the “General Settings” tab. Then select the theme stylesheet you’d like to use from the drop down menu.
Setting up your ‘Chapters’ menu
The unique selling point of Chapters is how it displays your blog posts as ‘Chapters’. Navigate to “Appearance > Theme Options” and select the “Layout Options” tab – http://cl.ly/91iZ. There you can select whether the post order is oldest posts first, or latest posts. Some people would prefer to display oldest posts first as they would have written “chapter 1” first.
You can change the order of your chapters by changing the blog post publish date.
If you have more chapters along the top bar then the length of your website forward and back arrows will appear for horizontal scroll.
If you want a blog post to not appear as a chapter make it fall out of the number of posts (date range) you’ve set in the layout options. You could possibly create a separate post category to house these posts and link to it from the other top navigation menu documented below.
Setting up your navigation menu
There is an optional top navigation menu with the Chapters theme, placed right at the top of your website. You can customize this menu with links that consist of pages, categories and external links all combined in whatever order you like.
Navigate to “Appearance > Menus” to create and assign your menu – http://cl.ly/92MV. Find out more about this on the WordPress.com Custom Menu documentation page.
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