Milk and Honey is WordPress theme created especially for private farms and agriculture small businesses. Theme is easy to set up but following Help document is required. Customization is via default WordPress Customizer. Blank custom.css file for your css modifications is included. Demo XML is included. Code knowledge is not required. You need just to follow instructions to get same look for your website. Graphic elements are included as well.
4 versions of Products Page
Search Results Page
Custom widgets for Home, Support and other pages
CPTs for Products and Recipes
Choose any of 4 versions of Products Page template
Styled boxes for Products categories
Variety of custom widgets
Carefully styled blog with specifically designed Sticky post
All default widgets are carefully styled
CSS 1 level submenu
Possibility to remove easily any of Home Page blocks
All post formats are supported (one style for all)
Lightbox for pages and posts images
Matches any screen resolution
PDF Help document included
Demo XML included
Child theme min-pack included
Graphic elements included
Theme support included
Photographs used in demo not included
What should you know before purchasing
Theme set up requires some time. It is not TwentySixsteen. If you will follow instructions of Help document attentively everything will go easy. Otherwise, you may waste time and be stuck where you should not be. Alternatively, if you have no time and patience to set it up I offer this service. View my website, Services
Read item description first. It is written there what theme includes, which browsers are tested and which WP versions are compatible. If something is not written, it means that it is absent. You may always ask me a question before paying for the theme.
Code knowledge is not required. However, if you’ll wish to drop some HTML into default text widget, basic HTML knowledge is necessary.
All photographs used in demo are not included. You should take care about your own photographs. Various graphics, like cow, hen images, icons, ribbons are included and come as theme parts. If you’ll wish to replace them with anything else, HTML, CSS basic knowledge will be required.
Edit CSS styles of colours, boxes, etc is possible via CSS only. Same with fonts–you may change fonts only if you know how to deal with font@face and enqueueing Google fonts in functions.php