This blog is based on a device responsive design, meaning it changes it's structure to better fit the size of the screen viewing it. This means it will likely appear different on a mobile device than your computer.
Setup archives page
In the "pages" tab click the "add new" button. Title the page. Then in the attributes panel on the right, use the Template drop down and select "Archives". Now publish.
Setup contact page
In the "pages" tab click the "add new" button. Title the page. Then in the attributes panel on the right, use the Template drop down and select “Contact”. Now publish.
If you want a sidebar on the contact page where you have the option to include your email, phone, fax, address, and even a Google map, go to the ITDR Admin (bottom of the WordPress navigation) > Setup > Contact and fill in your desired information.
To get a Google Map on the contact page like the demo, go to Google Maps and search your address. Now click "Link" on the top right of the page and copy the HTML embed code. Then go to the "Contact Page" section of the theme admin panel and paste the code in the Google Maps box. You can adjust the size of the map by adjusting the “height” and “width” in the code you just pasted.
Create a New Menu by giving it a title, then clicking “Create Menu”.
Assign the menu to it's location by selecting it in the dropdown in the top left under the "Theme Location" tab. Click save.
Select the pages, categories, or custom links that you want in this navigation and add them to your menu. To create a sub-navigation item, click and drag an already added menu item and put it under & to the right of the desired parent navigation item.
IMPORTANT: due to the complexity of the navigation this blog can only have navigations 2 levels deep. Anything higher than 2nd level sub-navigations items will not work.
NOTE: To create a "dead" navigation item (one that doesn't link to anything), create a custom link with a link to somewhere fake (example: http://something.com). Then once added find it on the right column, click the dropdown arrow, and delete the link.
Setup a sidebar
Go to the ITDR Admin > Setup. Change “Use Sidebar” to true.
On the WordPress navigation go to Appearance > Widgets.
Click and drag your desired widgets from the left panel to the right panel named "Sidebar".
To edit the logo go to the ITDR Admin > Design > Logo.
To use the default logo simply add text in the "Logo Text" field. You can also change the text/color/size/font of each line of the logo.
If you are going to use a different logo you can just upload it in the "Logo" field. (Refer to the "Intothedarkroom Message" at the top of WordPress for image sizes.)
To edit the header go to the ITDR Admin > Design > Header.
Add welcome text and intro images
To setup a welcome message and the intro boxes on the home page, go to the ITDR Admin (bottom of the WordPress navigation) > Welcome tab.
Refer to the "Intothedarkroom Message" on the top of your WordPress backend.
To upload a custom font to this template do the following:
Upload that .zip file in ITDR Admin > Design tab > Fonts tab > in any of the font upload areas.
Save. That's it!
Facebook comments are turned on by default for this blog, however, you have the ability to use the standard WordPress comment system as well. To do this go to the ITDR Admin > Setup tab > Social Media tab > turn "Use Facebook Comments" to false.
Using Facebook Comments
To moderate facebook comments you have two options: moderating comments with your Facebook username or moderating comments with an app ID. The difference is that with your facebook user ID you can only moderate comments by checking each post to see if there has been a comment. You will be notified of comments and there is no central location to moderate all comments left on your blog. If you use an app ID you can login to one central location to moderate all comments left on your blog.