There are two custom post types of our theme, Slider, and Event.
Charity Pro supports Slider post type; you can create slider and assign it to certain slider category. You can adjust various slider settings by navigating a slider setting option. Now, when you create a page there lays a drop-down where you can choose a slider category and the published page shows the featured image of sliders.
Step 1: Navigate to Slider in your WordPress admin sidebar.
Step 2: Click on the Add New option to make a new slider. Create a title, and insert your slider content in the editing field. Add slider link and slider button text which will be displayed in the slider.
Step 3: create a slider category and assign it to the slider. You can create slider category also by choosing the options slider category. Once you make categories, you must assign them to sliders to make them work.
Step 4: add a featured image.
Step 5: click the Publish button.
Once you create a slider, you can adjust slider settings by navigating to slider settings option.
You can adjust various slider settings according to your wish for your slider like,
- Ken burn effect
- animated text description
- slider speed
- autoplay speed
- dots pagination
- pause on hover
- vertical swipe
Click the save button after adjusting all the settings as per your requirement.
The next post type is Charity Pro Event. You have to activate the Advanced Custom Field plugin to add event fields while creating events, which is required.
Step 1: Navigate to Event in your WordPress admin sidebar.
Step 2: Click on the Add New option to make a new event. Create b, and insert your event content in the editing field.
Step 3: You can choose post format of events from the right side.
Step 4: You can now add various details to your event. These event fields are only available if you activate ACF (Advanced Custom Field).
Event Start Date
Event End Date
Place booking form shortcode here (You can use Contact Form 7 Plugin or other plugins for this)
Step 5: You can add categories and tags and assign to an event.