This theme utilizes the latest features of the fast and slick Warp theme framework. It comes with a broad range of layout and module variations as well as a neat typography to style your content. Read on to learn more about this theme and its features: Available for Joomla and WordPress 8 style variations and 5textures available Choose from 9 colors and 9 fonts 3 module styles combinable with 4 badges and 6 icons Fluid Article Blog Layout (optional) Fixed Header & Menu (optional) Custom Widgetkit slideshow style Flexible template and column widths All Warp framework features are available Theme Styles Solar provides different style variations of the default theme. In addition to these styles we added several other style settings like colors and fonts. Combining the different style options allows you to create your own unique website design. Special Layout You want to benefit from the whole screen resolution to provide your customers with a great experience? Solar is divided into 6 different sections (Header, Top-A, Main, Bottom, Footer), whose width can be set separately to up to 100%. Block Layout Block Width Theme Profiles We created some nice theme profiles using the different styles, colors and fonts, you can choose from in the theme administration. You can create your own profiles and even assign them to different menu items. Click on one of the profile images to load it. Concert Forest Frost City Concrete Spring Squares Wood Theme Layout This theme comes with a customized Warp6 module layout. The blue module positions allow you to choose a module layout which defines the module alignment and proportions: equal, double or stack. You can easily add your own module layouts. The two available sidebars, highlighted red, can be switched to the left or right side and their widths can easily be set within the theme administration. For modules in the blue and red positions you can choose different module styles. Take a look at the module variations page to get an overview. Module Positions Module Layouts Column Layouts Special Features Grid-a-Licious Looking for a totally different way to present your blog articles? Solar gives you the opportunity to arrange posts in a fluid layout like the one you can see on the frontpage: Grid-a-Licious! It is fully responsive and automatically adapts to all screen resolutions. Fluid Article Layout Default Article Layout To implement this effect follow these steps: Set all articles you want in the fluid layout as Featured Article Joomla: Create a menu item with the menu item type Featured Articles Joomla: Now just set the number of articles you want to be displayed in # Intro Articles Fixed Header & Menu Enhance your website with an eyecatching header effect. Just set the header fixed to hide it with a cool scroll effect. The main menu is attached to the top of the site. Featured Image Present your blog images in a beautiful way. The Featured Image is placed in front of the title and benefits from the whole article width. To make them look even better, you can enable the Widgetkit Spotlight effect on all Featured Images. To set up images like the one you can see on the theme frontpage just follow these steps: Featured Image Spotlight Joomla: Add an Intro Image to your article in the Images and Links option WordPress: Click Set featured image in the post and upload the image you want to add Joomla: Set the Image Float to none Enable Featured Spotlight in the template configuration if you like Custom Widgetkit Styles We created a custom style for our Widgetkit Slideshow, perfectly fitting the theme. To apply this style, follow these steps: Slideshow Download and unzip the bonus styles package for Widgetkit available in the download area Copy the folder slideshow/styles/solar Joomla: Paste it to media/widgetkit/widgets/slideshow/styles WordPress: Paste it to wp-content/plugins/widgetkit/widgets/slideshow/styles Now you can select the style “Solar” in the settings of your Widgetkit Slideshow Social Icons As a little extra Solar theme offers a set of social icons. They are easy to add to your content and are part of our editable Adobe Fireworks Image Source Files. Here is a little code example how to add them: Possible class names are twitter, rss, facebook, flickr, xing, google-plus, youtube, vimeo and github.