Blogger Hub Wordpress Theme Documentation

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File Structure

The template package you have downloaded consists of several folders. Let's see what each folder contains:

  • Screenshots -contains template screenshot. Not for production.
  • theme -contains wordpress theme files
  • " blogger-hub.zip " -this folder contains all the necessary files for the theme.
  • "license.txt" -contains license details
  • "readme.txt" -contain information about theme images path, font use and usage script

Template Installation

Template installation is very easy process. The installation process can be done in two ways

1-Install a theme using wordpress admin

First thing you need to do is to login to your WordPress admin area. Next, click on

1.Go to the menu Appearance >> Themes


2. Once you are on the themes page, click on the Add New button at the top.


3. Click on upload theme button.


4. Click on Browse Button then select your blogger-hub.zip theme and click on install now button.


Congratulations your theme have been successfully installed.

Setup Homepage Template

Follow the below steps to setup the Home page demo content.

1. Create a new page and name it as "Home" then select the template "Custom home page".


2. Go to Settings >> Reading

Select the option of Static Page, now select the page you created to be the homepage, while another page as per your wish.

Theme Setup

Setup Layout Section

In order to set up Layout Section,

Go to Appearance >> Customize >> TG Settings >> Layout Section



A sidebar in WordPress is referred to a widget-ready area used by WordPress themes to display information that is not a part of the main content.

It is not always a vertical column on the side. It can be a horizontal rectangle below or above the content area, footer, header, or any where in the theme.

Many WordPress themes support multiple sidebars also known as widget ready areas like left sidebar, right sidebar, one column, three column, four column and grid layout.

With Layout Settings you set the widgets...,

Setup Header Image

In order to setup the Header Image, follow the below steps.

Go to Appearance >> customize >> Header Image

Here you can add image.


Your header image will look like this.


Setup Social Links

In order to set up top-bar section,

Go to Appearance >> Customize >> TG Settings >> Social Links

Our Blog Category Section

In order to setup Our Blog Category Section, follow the below steps.

First you need to create category.

Go to Dashboard >> Post >> Categories


Create Post: Go to Dashboard >> Post >> Add New



Go to Appearance >> Customize >> TG settings >> Our Blog Category Section

Here you can add category which you have created.


Setup Footer Section

In order to setup the Footer Section, follow the below steps.

Go to Appearance >> Widgets

Once you add widgets to the footer, your footer will look like this.

In this way you can setup footer section.

Setup Footer Text Section

In order to setup the Footer Text Section, follow the below steps.

Go to Appearance >> Customize >> TG Settings >> Footer Text Section

Here you can add some Copyright text.

Your footer text will look like this.

In this way you can setup footer text section.

Page Templates and sidebars

Page Templates

  • Default Template (the default page template with a right sidebar position)
  • Custom Home Page Template (the custom home page template with right sidebar position)
  • Page (Left Sidebar) (a page templates with left sidebar position)
  • Page (Right Sidebar) (a page template with right sidebar position)

Post, Categories and Post Formats


Adding category

Review the following article for more information on adding categories: http://codex.wordpress.org/Manage_Categories_SubPanel

  1. Log into your WordPress Administration Panel (Dashboard).
  2. Click the Posts tab.
  3. With that done, click Categories for blog posts.
  4. Type in the name of your new category.
  5. After that, click the Add New Category button.
Click the Publish button.

Creating a Blog post

  1. Log into your WordPress Administration Panel (Dashboard).
  2. Click the Posts tab.
  3. Click the Add New tab.
  4. Type in your post content. For more information on adding posts, please check the following link http://codex.wordpress.org/Posts_Add_New_SubPanel.

Custom Widgets