Ellisium Tumblr Theme Documentation v1.1.0


Welcome to PixelMoxie’s Ellisium Tumblr Theme documentation version 1.0.1. Ellisium is a business/corporate oriented blog, the perfect online companion for your main company website. Ellisium features a clean and beautiful homepage slider, which is very customizable and perfect for presenting your products or introducing your services, a services block where you can fit up to four services boxes and chose between bitmap and webfont icons, optional “call to action” and “page hero” blocks, a smart sticky sidebar, and much more.


Homepage Slider

Ellisium comes with a versatile homepage slider that lets you feature images, alongside a short title and description, plus a “click me” button, for each one of the slides. It adapts well to mobile so your content is never hard to read, and you can position your images to the right or left, or have them cover the whole slide. It’s powered by the awesome FlexSlider and it’s touch friendly.

Retina Ready

Ellisium uses webfont icons for most of its interface, and high resolution image sprites for a few elements, so your website will look awesome and crisp on any device.

Smart Sticky Sidebar

The sticky sidebar on the left side keeps you company as you scroll down the page and it degrades gracefully on small screens, turning itself into a masonry arrange of widgets below your important content and, of course, it can be disabled at any time.

“Pinned” Footer

You can optionally “pin” the footer, so it hides behind the main content and it’s revealed as you reach the bottom of the page. This behaviour is enable by default but you can choose to deactivate if you prefer a more traditional footer.

Responsive, Flexible Navigation

The navigation bar gracefully turns into a stylish multi level dropdown menu below a certain screen width, which you can even define yourself.

Services Blocks

You can display up to four services blocks, each with their own bitmap or webfont icon, title, description and clickable button. You can upload your own bitmap icons, or choose from 48 glyphs from the Linecon icon set, which is included out of the box.

Page Hero and Call-to-Action

These blocks of content are useful to greet and engage your visitors. You can display the “call-to-action” block with a clickable button, below the homepage slider. The page hero can be shown on permalinks pages or, if you choose not to use the slider, on the index page as well.

Touch Device Friendly Image Lightbox

You can optionally open your images--on photo and photoset posts--using the included touchTouch plugin, one of the best lightbox solutions for both desktop and mobile devices

Widgets Galore

Ellisium includes the following widgets: search, about, browse (tags), twitter, flickr, dribbble and instagram feeds, social, ask, and up to three text widgets you can use to display contact information or to enter custom code or buttons. Widgets are displayed by default on the right sidebar, but you can move them to the footer individually and even set the order in which they appear.

Sharing Made Easy

Each post can have its own interactive buttons, which include: “like”, “reblog”, and a “share” button that allows you to send the post to Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and for relevant post types, Pinterest.

Photosets As Sliders

You photosets will display as image sliders, and images can be viewed in their entire glory using the lightbox. You can choose to have the regular “rectangular dots” controls or the “image thumbnails” navigation for the post sliders.

Other Features

Ellisium also supports:


While logged to your Tumblr account, head on to your dashboard (http://www.tumblr.com/dashboard).


Click on the gear icon at the top (Settings) and then select the blog you want to install Ellisium on.


Click on the Customize button, next to the Theme label.


Once on the customization sidebar, click on Edit HTML.

edit html

Open the .zip file you downloaded from Themeforest and find the theme file: pixelmoxie-ellisium-1.0.1.html

Open the file using a plain text editor. If you’re working with TextEdit on a Mac, you’ll want to check Ignore rich text commands in HTML files on the preferences. Copy all the contents and paste them on the dashboard sidebar, replacing all the existing markup.

paste html

Click on Update Preview (CTRL+S). You won’t see any changes besides a solid color background. This is because Tumblr hasn’t taken into account the theme custom variables yet. Go back to Appearance, then Save your changes and refresh your browser window. Your site preview should start resembling Ellisium by now.

Head to the Advanced section at the bottom, make sure to uncheck “Use optimized mobile layout” if you don’t want to display Tumblr own iphone theme on mobile devices.

uncheck use optimized mobile layout

Do not forget to save your changes. Your Tumblr theme is now installed!


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Your Custom Logo

Ellisium expect an image based logo by default, but if you want to set you logo using type instead, you need to check the option “Use Text Logo”, and you can control its size with “Logo Font Size”. Your logo will then be rendered with the same font family and weight you chose for the headings.

If using images, they need to be PNG images with transparency. Size is not critical, but use good judgment. Something below 300 pixels in width and no taller than 100 pixels should do fine. You can upload a high definition version of your logo, which will be displayed on “retina” and other high pixel density screens. This image needs to be effectively double the size of the regular one, so you need to have your logo on a vector format or a very high resolution bitmap. Simple upsizing a low-res bitmap won't do!

You need to upload your images on the “Logo” and “Logo HiDPI” fields.

The Navigation Menu

The navigation menu will show your user created pages. You can choose to group them on a dropdown menu by checking the “Enable Pages Dropdown” option. The “Enable Tags Dropdown” will allow you to display your user defined tags in a similar fashion. These tags are the same that will be displayed on the “Browse Widget”, and you define them with the options “Browse Widget Category 1-15”.

You can also have user defined menu items outside of the dropdown menu, by setting the options “Custom Menu Item 1-3 Label” and “Custom Menu Item 1-3 Link”. The first two will be position before the dropdown, and the third after it.

You have options to show/hide the “Home” and other additional menu buttons—these are:

Show Ask Button
Show Home Button
Show Random Button
Show RSS Button

Homepage Slider

After installing the theme, you’ll notice some images, text and other options are preset. We wanted the site to look as close to the demo as possible right after installation. You can, of course, edit or disable any of these options.

To use the homepage slider, make sure the “Enable Homepage Slider” option is checked. Slides are activated when you upload an image for them, using the fields “Slide 1-5 Image”. Slider images will span the full width of the slider by default, but you can choose to float them to the sides by completing the options “Slide 1-5 Image Position”—acceptable values are “left” and “right”. If you want to wrap your sldier images with a link, fill in the fields for “Slide 1-5 Image Link”. In order to show the slide title, description and button, you need to edit or complete the following options:

Slide 1-5 Title
Slide 1-5 Description
Slide 1-5 Btn Text
Slide 1-5 Btn Link

There are a few simple rules you need to follow if you want your slider to look and behave smoothly: your images should be all of the same height, and images floated to the sides should be half as wide as images that span the full width. For example, in the demo, images covering the full slide are 1140 x 500 pixels, while the images on the right and left sides are 570 x 500 pixels.

Included with your download, inside the “psd” folder, you’ll find PhotoShop documents that you can edit to display your content in the same fashion as shown on the demo, if you wish to do so. Inside the “slider_mockups” folder you’ll find the following files:


Inside each one of these files, there’s an “smart object” in a layer named “YOUR CONTENT HERE”, which you can double-click to place you own graphics inside the mockup. Remember to hide the background layer before exporting the slide as a PNG file with transparency using the “Save for Web” command.

Other options pertaining the behaviour of the slider are:

Enable Slider AutostartCheck to auto-start the slider
Slider Animation“fade” or “slide”
Slider Speed“400”
Slider Timeout“4000” Delay between each slide if autostart is enabled

Options that control the slider appearance:

Slider Headings Font Family“Maven Pro”
Slider Headings Font Weight“400”
Slider Heading Text ScaleChange to increase or decrease font size, default is “100”
Slider Heading MarginSpacing between the heading “lines” (hint: can be negative)
Slider Heading Bg OpacityControl the transparency of the headings background.

You can set an image as background for the entire header, and it will show behind the navigation menu and the slider. Your image will cover the entire header area (it won’t be tiled), and can have transparency, but for performance reason we suggest you give your image a solid color background and export it as a high quality .jpeg instead.

On the “psd” folder, under “backgrounds” you’ll find the PSD files for the background images used for the header and footer of the demo. If you want to use the same one, open “header-bg.psd” and change the background color to match the one on your header.


Since version v1.1.0, Ellisium has an option to hide the Homepage slider—along with the services boxes and the call-to-action—on index pages other than the first one. If you enable the option Hide Slider On Nth Pages, the slider and its cohorts will appear only on the homepage. If you navigate to page 2, 3, etc. they will be hidden.

Services Blocks

To display the services section, make sure the “Show Services” option is checked. You can display up to four services blocks, and need to specify how many you will show using the “Number Of Services” option.

Each service can have its own accent color, icon and text. By default, the icons shown are image based. On the demo, we used the nice-looking Flat Icons (inspired by Google) which are available for free download from http://www.pixeden.com/

Here are the links for the two currently available sets:


We didn’t include the icons with the download as we weren’t sure we were allowed to for now, but we did include a couple of PhotoShop actions to help you export and resize each individual icon.

Inside the “psd” folder, you’ll find the file “Ellisium Icon Actions.atn”. You need to go the the menu at the top-right corner on the Actions panel, and from there, choose “Load Actions...”, then locate the included action file.

To export an icon, select the icon’s layer group, then run the action “New File From Selected Layers”. That should isolate the icon on a new, trimmed, document. Then you can run the “Prep Icon” action to enlarge it a bit and give it some padding. Export the file as a PNG with transparency and you’re ready to go!

If you’d rather use the included webfont icons from the Linecon icon set, you need to check the “Enable Services Font Icons” option. You can then set the icon of your choice for each service using the fields “Service 1-4 Icon Name”. Here’s the list of all available icons:

For each service block, you can set the additional following options:

Service 1-4 Accent
Service 1-4 Image
Service 1-4 Icon Name
Service 1-4 Title
Service 1-4 Description
Service 1-4 Btn Text
Service 1-4 Btn Link

Call to Action

To display the “call to action” section, make sure the “Show CallToAction” option is checked, and then complete or edit the fields “CallToAction Text”, “CallToAction Btn Text”, “CallToAction Btn Link”. You can also change the font family and weight (Google Web Fonts).

The “call to action” block can display a background images. If you use an image with transparency, as the one on the demo, the background color will show through (Look for “CallToAction Background”).


Widgets go to the sidebar on the right by default. You can place individual widgets on the footer by checking the options “Move [Widget Name] Down”, for each one.

For most widgets, you can set the title and order in which they will be shown, using the options “[Widget Name] Title” and “[Widget Name] Order”. If you need to move widget down, use an integer larger than zero, or use a negative one if you wish to place it higher on the list. Similar concepts apply for widgets located on the footer.

Search Widget

Check “Enable Search Widget” to show the search-box on top of the sidebar. The placeholder text can be changed (“Searchbox Placeholder”).

About Widget

The About Widget can be shown both on the sidebar and the footer (“Enable Sidebar About Widget”, “Enable Footer About Widget”). It will be populated with your blog description, and if you uploaded a “Custom Portrait”, it will be shown as well.

Browse Widget

The Browse Widget will allow visitors to filter posts by tag. The tags shown here are the ones you defined using the options “Browse Widget Category 1-15”. Enable the widget by ticking the “Enable Browse Widget” checkbox.

Twitter Widget

To display your latest tweets, you need to take two steps. First, go into your “Settings” page, pick the blog you want to feed your tweets to, scroll down the page until you find the “Sign In With Twitter” button. Once you have authorized the App, go back to your customization sidebar and check the option “Enable Twitter Widget”. You can control how many tweets to display with “Twitter Count”, show a “follow” button (“Show Twitter Follow Button”) and set its label (“Follow On Twitter Label”).

Flickr Widget

Use this tool to get your Flickr user or group ID. Just enter the address of your photostream or group pool and it will find it for you.

Enter your “Flickr ID” and then check “Enable Flickr Widget”. You can use an individual or group pool ID, but if pooling from a group, you need to enable the option “Enable Flickr Group Feed” to switch to the right API. Set the number of images to retrieve in the “Flickr Count” field.

Dribbble Widget

Displaying shots from your Dribbble account is just as easy. Make sure that “Enable Dribble Widget” is checked and enter you “Dribbble Username”. Edit the fields “Dribbble Count” and Dribbble Widget Title to control the numbers of shots to display and the text shown above them.

Instagram Widget

Displaying your Instagram feed requires an extra piece of info, but thanks to this tool this is quite easy as well. Besides your “Instagram User ID”, you’ll need an “Instagram Access Token”. Go to http://projects.craftedpixelz.co.uk/jqinstapics/, scroll down and press the Retrieve my details bro! button to get your details and complete the fields with the corresponding info. Some people have problems retrieving their details from that page, so make sure you visit the page using Chrome, as it’s proven to work all the time. Edit the “Instagram Count” and “Instagram Widget Title” if needed.

Social Widget

This widget will display the icon pointing to the social networks of your choice. Check the option “Enable Social Widget” and complete the corresponding services urls. (“URL [Service Name]”).

On this initial release we have included options for the following services, but more are to come in future updates:

Behance, Dribbble, Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, Flattr, Flickr, Github, Google Circles, Google Plus, Instagram, LastFm, LinkedIn, Paypal, Picasa, Pinterest, Rdio, Skype, SoundCloud, Spotify, StumbleUpon, Twitter, Vimeo, Youtube.

Ask Me Anything Widget

To display the Ask Me Anything Widget form, make sure you have checked the option “Let people ask questions” on your “Settings” page, the check “Enable Ask Widget”. Keep in mind that when moving this widget to the footer, the option “Enable Pinned Footer” will have no effect. This is to prevent redraw issues on some browsers.

Text Widgets

You can have up to three text widgets visible at the same time. To enable them, check the options “Enable Text Widget 1-3”. Set their content using the options “Text Widget 1-3 Content” and their title with “Text Widget 1-3 Title”. You can use HTML tags inside the widgets, for example, to display the contact information on the demo, this is what we entered:

    <span class="slim">ADDRESS:</span> 221 Wall Street, <br>
    New York, United States <br>
    <span class="slim">TEL:</span> +12 346-678-90 <br>
    <span class="slim">FAX:</span> +12 346-678-90 <br>
    <span class="slim">EMAIL:</span> <a href="mailto:johndoe@gmail.com">johndoe@gmail.com</a>

Sidebar and Footer

If “Enabled Sticky Sidebar” is checked, the sidebar on the right side will stay visible as you scroll down the page, when viewing the site on a large enough screen. On smaller devices, the sidebar moves below the main content and above the footer, and both sidebar and footer will adopt a masonry layout to arrange the widgets.

If the option “Enable Pinned Footer” is check, the footer will be “pinned”, fix-positioned behind the main content, and will be revealed as you scroll to the bottom of the page. Uncheck this option to have a traditional, static footer instead.

You can upload a background image for both the footer and the “call-to-action” section. For the demo, we used a semi-transparent wood texture, which is included with your download (purty_wood.png).

Titles For All Post Types

When you create a photo, photoset, audio or video post, Tumblr doesn’t give you the option to set a post title, only a caption. In order to show a title that takes you to the permalink page for the post when you click on it, we need to “fake it”.

That’s easy to do: when you write your post caption, highlight the first paragraph and make it bold. That line will be used as a title, positioned below the post media.

Custom Page Heroes

Since version v1.1.0, Ellisium has options to display custom, individual, page heroes for pages and posts.

Please notice that for this to work the option Show Permalink Page Hero needs to be enabled already, as this new function will just swap the hero text—it won’t insert a page hero if it isn’t already there.

Make sure the option Enable Custom Page Heroes is switched on. Now when you create a page on the customizer, select the first paragraph on the page content and make it a blockquote by clicking the “Block Quote” icon on the toolbar.

This works for individual posts too. On your dashboard’s post editor, simply select the first paragraph (or the second one if the first one is bolded to make a “fake” title), and turn it into a block quote. Next, add the _custom-hero tag to the post to enable this functionality.

custom page heroes

Photoset Sliders

In Ellisium, images in photosets are displayed as slides. You have the option to use regular “squared dots” controls to navigate the slides, or you can choose to have a series of mini-thumbnails below the slider for navigation. To activate the later, check the option “Enable Photosets Thumbs”.


If you visit the Typography page on the demo, you’ll see that we have styled the first paragraph a little bit differently. to achieve that effect you need to go into HTML mode and give the paragraph a class of “lead”, like so:

<p class="lead">Lorem ispum dolor sit amet... </p>

Inside you pages or posts, you can have buttons, like the ones shown on the slider and “call-to-action”, or like the “hollow” buttons that invite you to “read more” at the bottom of some posts.

In the text editor, you need to create a link, using the WYSIWYG or the HTML views, and give it a class of “button”. You can further change your buttons with the classes “mini”, “small”, “large”, “has-arrow”, and “hollow”.

<a class="button" href="#">Click Me</a>
<a class="mini button" href="#">Click Me</a>
<a class="small button" href="#">Click Me</a>
<a class="large button has-arrow" href="#">Click Me</a>
<a class="small button hollow" href="#">Click Me</a>

Google Web Fonts

You can choose from Google’s vast library of fonts for this theme headings and a few other elements. For the body text, Ellisium uses “Source Sans Pro”, but you can edit the following fields to your heart’s content:

CallToAction Font Family
CallToAction Font Weight
Headings Font Family
Headings Font Weight
Italic Font Family
Italic Font Weight
Page Hero Font Family
Page Hero Font Weight
Pagination Font Family
Pagination Font Weight
Slider Headings Font Family
Slider Headings Font Weight

In the example below, the font family name would be Dosis, and its weight 600.

Here’s a selection of nicely designed Google Web Fonts:

Disqus Comments

To display Disqus comments, you need to enable the option “Enable Permalink Comments” and enter the “Disqus Shortname” for your site.

Google Analytics

To track your visitors data, simple compete the “Google Analytics Id” field with your Tracking ID. Easy peasy!


Variable Name Description Default Value
Button BackgroundButton background color#18d3f0#18d3f0
Button Background HoverButton background color on hover#2cd7f2#2cd7f2
Button Bottom BorderButton bottom border#0db0c9#0db0c9
Button Bottom Border HoverButton bottom border on hover#0db0c9#0db0c9
Button TextButton text color#f5f5f5#f5f5f5
Button Text HoverButton text color on hover#ffffff#ffffff
CallToAction BackgroundCall to Action block background color#ced6d5#ced6d5
CallToAction TextCall to Action text color#577575#577575
Chat BackgroundColor for posts of type Chat background#42d1b9#42d1b9
Chat Even Line BackgroundColor for posts of type Chat user1 background#2cb59e#2cb59e
Chat Even Line BorderColor for posts of type Chat user1 border#269c88#269c88
Chat Even Line TextColor for posts of type Chat user1 text#ffffff#ffffff
Chat HeadingColor for posts of type Chat headings#f2f2f2#f2f2f2
Chat LinkColor for posts of type Chat links#c4f3eb#c4f3eb
Chat Link HoverColor for posts of type Chat links on hover#ffffff#ffffff
Chat Odd Line BackgroundColor for posts of type Chat user2 background#94e5d8#94e5d8
Chat Odd Line BorderColor for posts of type Chat user2 border#6bdbc9#6bdbc9
Chat Odd Line TextColor for posts of type Chat user2 text#555555#555555
Chat TextColor for posts of type Chat text#f5f5f5#f5f5f5
Footer BackgroundFooter background color#8c999b#8c999b
Footer HeadingsFooter headings color#f5f5f5#f5f5f5
Footer Hollow Button TextFooter hollow buttons text color#e0e0e0#e0e0e0
Footer Hollow Button Text HoverFooter hollow buttons text color on hover#ffffff#ffffff
Footer LinksFooter links color#99f1ff#99f1ff
Footer Links HoverFooter links color on hover#333333#333333
Footer Social Icons BackgroundFooter social icons background color#ffffff#ffffff
Footer Social Icons ColorFooter social icons glyph color#808080#808080
Footer Social Icons Color HoverFooter social icons glyph color on hover#ffffff#ffffff
Footer TextFooter text color#f5f5f5#f5f5f5
Header BackgroundHeader background color#2cbcd7#2cbcd7
Headings LinksText color for links inside headings#666666#666666
Headings Links HoverText color for links inside headings on hover#333333#333333
HeadingsText color for headings#3c4f52#3c4f52
Hollow Button TextHollow buttons text and border color#808080#808080
Hollow Button Text HoverHollow buttons text and border color on hover#333333#333333
Link BackgroundColor for posts of type Link background#f5e749#f5e749
Link HeadingColor for posts of type Link headings#333333#333333
Link LinkColor for posts of type Link links#009de0#009de0
Link Link HoverColor for posts of type Link links on hover#222222#222222
Link TextColor for posts of type Link text#333333#333333
LinksText color for links#00b2d6#00b2d6
Links HoverText color for links on hover#333333#333333
Logo TextText color for type based logo, if enabled#f5f5f5#f5f5f5
Navi AccentNavigation accent color#00d4f5#00d4f5
Navi BackgroundNavigation background color#f0f0f0#f0f0f0
Navi Background HoverNavigation items background color on hover#00d0f0#00d0f0
Navi Dropdown BgNavigation dropdowns background color#00d4f5#00d4f5
Navi Dropdown Bg HoverNavigation dropdowns items background color on hover#00c2e0#00c2e0
Navi Dropdown TextNavigation dropdowns items text color#ffffff#ffffff
Navi Dropdown Text HoverNavigation dropdowns items text color on hover#ffffff#ffffff
Navi Home BtnNavigation Home button color#00d0f0#00d0f0
Navi Home Btn HoverNavigation Home button color on hover#808080#808080
Navi Mobile AccentMobile navigation accent color#00d4f5#00d4f5
Navi Mobile BackgroundMobile navigation background color#f0f0f0#f0f0f0
Navi Mobile Sub AccentMobile navigation level 2 accent color#00bedf#00bedf
Navi Mobile Sub BgMobile navigation level 2 background color#ebebeb#ebebeb
Navi Mobile TextMovile navigation text color#808080#808080
Navi TextDesktop navigation text color#808080#808080
Navi Text HoverDesktop navigation items text color on hover#ffffff#ffffff
Page BackgroundMain page color background#fafafa#fafafa
Page Hero TextPage hero text color#f5f5f5#f5f5f5
Page TextMain text color#555555#555555
Pagination BackgroundPagination background color#d7e0df#d7e0df
Pagination LinkPagination links color#798486#798486
Pagination Link HoverPagination links color on hover#555d5e#555d5e
Post Background EvenBackground color for Even Posts#edf2f1#edf2f1
Post Background OddBackground color for Odd Posts#fafafa#fafafa
Quote BackgroundColor for posts of type Quote background#ff7f3a#ff7f3a
Quote HeadingColor for posts of type Quote headings#f2f2f2#f2f2f2
Quote LinkColor for posts of type Quote links#ffc3a3#ffc3a3
Quote Link HoverColor for posts of type Quote links on hover#ffffff#ffffff
Quote TextColor for posts of type Quote text#f5f5f5#f5f5f5
Searchbox BackgroundSearchform input background color#97a3a5#97a3a5
Searchbox Background FocusSearchform input background color on focus#6b787b#6b787b
Searchbox BorderSearchform input border color#849294#849294
Searchbox IconSearchform input icon color#d3d8d9#d3d8d9
Searchbox TextSearchform input text color#f5f5f5#f5f5f5
Searchbox Text FocusSearchform input text color on focus#f5f5f5#f5f5f5
Selection BackgroundBackground color for selected text#555555#555555
Selection TextText color for selected text#f5f5f5#f5f5f5
Service 1 AccentService 1 accent color#41d3f6#41d3f6
Service 2 AccentService 2 accent color#ff9988#ff9988
Service 3 AccentService 3 accent color#40d1ba#40d1ba
Service 4 AccentService 4 accent color#83b6ee#83b6ee
Services IconsServices webfont icons text color, when enabled#f5f5f5#f5f5f5
Sidebar BackgroundSidebar background color#dce5e4#dce5e4
Slider ArrowsHomepage slider arrows color#ffffff#ffffff
Slider Button BackgroundHomepage slider button background color#ff6b54#ff6b54
Slider Button Background HoverHomepage slider button background color on hover#ff725c#ff725c
Slider Button Bottom BorderHomepage slider button bottom border#d85a47#d85a47
Slider Button Bottom Border HoverHomepage slider button bottom border on hover#d85a47#d85a47
Slider Button TextHomepage slider button text color#f5f5f5#f5f5f5
Slider Button Text HoverHomepage slider button text color on hover#ffffff#ffffff
Slider Control ActiveHomepage slider active control color#00d4f5#00d4f5
Slider ControlsHomepage slider controls color#ebebeb#ebebeb
Slider DescriptionHomepage slider description text color#fafafa#fafafa
Slider Heading BackgroundHomepage slider heading background color#1a1a1a#1a1a1a
Slider Heading TextHomepage slider heading text color#ebebeb#ebebeb
Social Icons BackgroundSocial icons background color#f5f5f5#f5f5f5
Social Icons ColorSocial icons glyph color#00b2d6#00b2d6
Social Icons Color HoverSocial icons glyph color on hover#f5f5f5#f5f5f5
Tags BackgroundBrowse widget tags background color#dde3e2#dde3e2
Tags Background HoverBrowse widget tags background color on hover#738c88#738c88
Tags TextdescriptionBrowse widget tags text color#738c88#738c88
Tags Text HoverBrowse widget tags text color on hover#f4f6f5#f4f6f5

6. Support

Support is provided on the comment section of the theme’s item page. If you wish to contact us directly with a support inquiry or feature request, you can do so using the form at the bottom of our ThemeForest author profile page.